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in accordance with company practices 2. Underpinning knowledge 2.1 SAFETY PRACTICES 2.1.1 Use of PPE 2.1.2 Handling of tools and equipment 2.1.3 Good housekeeping 2.2 MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 2.2.1 Types and uses of lubricants 2.2.2 Types and uses of cleaning materials 2.2.3 Types and uses of measuring instruments and equipment 2.3 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 2.3.1 Methods and techniques 2.3.2 Procedures 3. Underpinning skills 3.1 Preparing maintenance materials, tools and equipment 3.2 Proper handling of tools and equipment 3.3 Performing preventive maintenance 3.4 Following instructions 4. Resource implications The following resources should be provided: 4.1 Workplace 4.2 Maintenance schedule Maintenance materials, tools and equipment relevant to the proposed activity/task 5. Methods of assessment Competency should be assessed through: 5.1 Direct observation 5.2 Written test/questioning relevant to Underpinning knowledge
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SCAFFOLD ERECTION NC II Promulgated July 2007 36 6. Context of assessment 6.1 Competency assessment may occur in workplace or any appropriate simulated environment 6.2 Competency assessment must be undertaken in accordance with the endorsed TESDA assessment guidelines
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SCAFFOLD ERECTION NC II Promulgated July 2007 37 CORE COMPETENCIES UNIT OF COMPETENCY : ERECT AND DISMANTLE SCAFFOLDING UNIT CODE : CON 713 339 UNIT DESCRIPTOR : This unit describes the knowledge, skills and attitudes for scaffold erection and dismantling, particularly planning and preparing for work; doing operational check; and effective erection and dismantling of scaffolds. This is in order to provide work platforms, edge protection and access ways in accordance with industry standards. ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Bold and Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables 1. Plan and prepare for operation 1.1 Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS) requirements consistent to erect and dismantle scaffolding are verified and complied with 1.2 Site access and emergency routes are identified and confirmed 1.3 Work instruction is reviewed, confirmed and clarified with appropriate personnel 1.4 Operation to erect and dismantle scaffolding is determined and planned in line with job and site requirements 1.5 Purpose of scaffolding is confirmed and associated activities are identified 1.6 Equipment is selected in accordance with work requirements 1.7 Environmental protection measures are identified in line with environmental plan and regulations 1.8 Communication with others is established and maintained in accordance with OSHS requirements
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SCAFFOLD ERECTION NC II Promulgated July 2007 38 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 2. Erect scaffolding 2.1 Design loading on scaffold and supporting structure is confirmed using load tables following limits, standards and specifications 2.2 Scaffolding and components are inspected with damaged components are isolated, labeled, tagged and rejected 2.3 Footings are prepared in accordance with OSHS requirements, codes of practice, manufacturer specifications and engineer's instructions 2.4 Scaffolding is set out and erected
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