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equipment Lay-outing conduits Bending electrical metallic conduits Cutting conduits Performing the installation economically TR – Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II (Amended) Promulgated Dec. 16, 2015 33
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TESDA-SOP-QSO-01-F08 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED SKILLS 2. Install wire ways and cable tray 2.1 Correct drawings are interpreted to determine job requirements 2.2 Correct quantities of materials are selected as per job requirements 2.3 Tools and equipment are selected as per job requirements 2.4 Wire ways and cable trays are installed as per job requirements. 2.5 Safety procedures are followed in line with SOPs Mensuration Blue print reading Materials specification Use of materials, tools and equipment Interpretation of an electrical and mechanical drawing. Proper uses and installation of wire ways and cable trays Suitability for installation and used of bus way, cable tray, fittings and panels in conformity with the provision of the PEC. Proper use of safety harness (PPE) Interpreting technical plan Effective communication skills (written and oral ) Effective use of measuring devices Installing wire ways and cable tray 3. Install auxiliary terminal cabinet and distribution panel 3.1 Correct drawings are interpreted to determine job requirements 3.2 Correct quantities of materials are selected as per job requirements 3.3 Tools and equipment are selected as per job requirements 3.4 Auxiliary terminal cabinet is installed as per job requirements 3.5 Auxiliary main distribution frame is installed as per job requirements 3.6 Safety procedures are followed in line with SOPs Mensuration Blue print reading and materials specification Use of wires and cables and tools, Interpretation of electrical and mechanical drawing Proper procedure in installation of auxiliary terminal cabinet and distribution panels. Proper use of safety harness and PPE Interpreting technical plan Effective communication skills (written and oral ) Effective use of measuring devices Installing different types of panel/frame 4. Prepare for cable pulling and installation 4.1 Necessary tools, equipment, materials and personal protective equipment (PPE) are prepared in line with job requirements. 4.2 Cable pulling & installation requirements and constraints from plan and site inspection are identified as per job requirements. 4.3 Cable lay out & installation equipment is set up in accordance with Mensuration Blue print reading and materials specification Use of wires, cables and tools Preparation of required size of cable based on PEC Wire Table Cable pulling and installation requirements Cable lay out and installation Interpreting technical plan Effective communication skills (written and Oral ) Effective use of measuring devices Interpreting plans and drawings Handling of materials, tools
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