High voltage in battery electrical and hybrid vehicles Hazardous materials

High voltage in battery electrical and hybrid

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High voltage in battery electrical and hybrid vehicles Hazardous materials, including handling and storing: o Oils o Brake fluid o Brake dust o Chemicals o Cleaning products o Safety data sheets (SDS) Emergency procedures, including: o Personnel responsibilities o Evacuation procedures and assembly points. Assessment conditions Assessors MUST satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements. Competency is to be assessed in the workplace or a simulated environment that accurately reflects performance in a real workplace setting. Assessment MUST include direct observation of tasks. Where assessment of competency includes third-party evidence, individuals MUST provide evidence that links them to having followed safe work practices while working in an automotive workplace, e.g. documented hazard inspection or incident report. Assessors MUST verify performance evidence through questioning on skills and knowledge Document Name: Student Written Knowledge Assessment – AURASA002 Created Date: 12 th Aug 2019 Document No: AIM Institute of Health & Sciences – AURASA002 Version No: 2.0 Last Modified Date: ©AIM Institute of Health & Sciences| RTO No. 41578| CRICOS No. 03806D Page Sequence: Page 3 of 27
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AURASA002 Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace to ensure correct interpretation and application. The following resources MUST be made available: Automotive repair workplace or simulated workplace Workplace procedures and instructions relating to safe work practices Workplace safety and emergency evacuation procedures Hazardous chemicals and dangerous goods information Safety materials and equipment relevant to an automotive workplace Fire safety equipment Documents for recording workplace safety, accidents and incidents. Resources required Learning Resources available to students include: Automotive Technology (A System Approach) 6 th Edition – Chapters 2 & 6 Websites – See Student Guide Trainer Handouts Results/Re- assessment The Assessor will grade the assessment and record the result on the front page of this document (S) – Satisfactory if all observable behaviours are correct and (NS) not satisfactory if any areas are left incorrect Feedback will be provided on either result Where a student receives a ‘NS – Not Satisfactory’ result, the assessor will discuss the area of the non-compliant observable behaviour and an opportunity given for re- assessment. This may be through direct observation or a different method of assessment e.g. verbal/oral questioning, problem solving exercise. If the outcome is again not satisfactory the student result will be deemed (NYC) not yet competent. Additional feedback will be given, and a time agreed upon for further assessment after additional training and skills practice has taken place, this information will be recorded, dated and signed in the re-assessment area on the last page of this document Where all the assessment tasks have been graded (S) Satisfactory, the student will be deemed C – Competent for the practical component and the result recorded and
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