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May include but are not limited to: 8.1 Electrical plans 8.2 Equipment electrical diagrams 8.3 Historical records - Job orders - Commissioning test record - Preventive Maintenance schedules - Corrective Maintenance records - Manufacturer’s maintenance guides - Equipment breakdown records - Periodic monitoring data - Service reports 8.4 Log book
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TR – EIM NC IV - 68 - VARIABLE TRAINING COMPONENTS RANGE OF VARIATION 9. Quality Management System 9.1 ISO 9001 9.2 QS 9000 9.3 TS 16949 9.4 ISO 14000 9.5 ISO14001 10. Indicators / Symptoms May include but not limited to: 10.1 Heating of parts 10.2 Loose connections 10.3 Burned or exposed parts 10.4 Malfunction of logic controls 10.5 Abnormal/Unusual Noise/Smell/vibration 10.6 Intermittent operation 10.7 High current reading 10.8 Tripping of breakers 11. Electrical test May include but not limited to: 11.1 Continuity test 11.2 Electrical insulation test 11.3 High potential test (as the need arises) 11.4 Earth resistance test 11.5 Phase sequence test 11.6 Load test 11.7 Winding resistance test 11.8 Free running test 12. Other works May include but not limited to: 12.1 Mechanical works 12.2 Computer programs 12.3 Communication systems 13. Unforeseen events May include but not limited to: 13.1 Natural calamities 13.2 Emergency situations 13.3 Accidents 14. Performance Test May include but not limited to: 14.1 Simulation Test/No Load Test 14.2 Phase sequence 14.3 Actual Operation 14.4 Temperature rise
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TR – EIM NC IV - 69 - 2.33 (8) Evidence Guide for Assessment ASPECTS OF COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 1. Critical aspects of competency Assessment requires evidence that the candidate: 1.1 Identified or determined faults and troubles 1.2 Identified cause of troubles 1.3 Performed/Followed maintenance and troubleshooting procedures 1.4 Analyzed and interpreted electrical machine circuit diagram 1.5 Interpreted and analyzed periodic monitoring data 1.6 Demonstrated understanding on safety regulations applicable to worksite operations 1.7 Demonstrated understanding on the use of electrical testing equipment 1.8 Demonstrated understanding on final inspection procedures 1.9 Accomplishment of service report forms 1.10 Coordinated effectively with others to ensure safe and effective work operations 4. Underpinning Knowledge 2.1 Philippines Electrical Code (PEC) requirements 2.2 Maintenance and troubleshooting procedures 2.3 Standard operating procedure in energizing electrical system 2.4 Mensuration 2.5 Interpretation of electrical plans/shop drawings 2.6 Interpretation of indicating instrument readings and test instruments 2.7 Electrical Laws and principles 2.8 Sensors/Actuators 2.9 Computer Operations 2.10 Pneumatics and Electro-Pneumatics 2.11 Types of potential hazards 1.12 Safety practices
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TR – EIM NC IV - 70 - ASPECTS OF COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 3. Underpinning Skills 3.1 Interpreting plan and details 3.2 Tracing circuits 3.3 Performing basic first-aid 3.4 Practicing safe working habits 3.5 Using test instruments 3.6 Troubleshooting skills 3.7 Application of maintenance procedures 3.8 Preparing/obtaining materials, PPE, tools, equipment and testing devices in line with established procedures 3.9
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  • Spring '17
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