You need to get firm responses for each item from the SS on when they will be fixed. We do have an issue with something identified in our frame inspection that hasn't been resolved yet, but I made sure my SS has been reminded about it all along the way, and I have been assured that it will be rectified after the last site clear.
As long as you are happy with the resolution actions, then you can probably proceed, BUT, if you are unhappy with anything, escalate the report to your SS's manager, and withhold stage payment. I withheld my frame payment for around 7 weeks because they placed a steel beem about an inch out of alignment of where it was meant to be. Until I had a full engineers report and recommended fix, WITH calculations of load balancing, and had this steel plate installed, I withheld the frame payment.
Your true power is withholding those stage payments. Don't let something slip through that needs to be rectified immediately. The SS will often tell you it needs to wait until the end of the build to fix, but just check with your inspections guy, and ask if that's OK. The inspection company should provide feedback on how the fix should be implemented, and whether it's OK to continue building without the fix.
Hopefully it's nothing major, and that's why they've just continued on.