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location and finishes consistent with job requirements 2.3 Proper use of tools and equipment is observed in accordance with the job requirements 2.4 Appropriate PPE is used in accordance with the job requirements 2.5 Work site is cleaned and kept in safe state and in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS) 2.1 Linear measurement 2.2 Blue print reading 2.3 Materials specification 2.4 Piping supports/ braces and insulations 2.5 Piping installation procedures 2.6 Plumbing codes 2.7 5S 2.8 Welding, soldering and brazing procedures 2.9 Use of plumbing tools and equipment 2.10Temperature control components and settings 2.11Environmental- conservation procedures, e.g. 3R (reduce, reuse, recycle) 2.12DOLE Department Order No. 13 s. 1998Guidelines Governing Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry 2.1 Interpreting plan 2.2 Handling of tools and equipment 2.3 Joining copper pipes and fittings 2.4 Brazing or soldering of copper pipes and fittings 2.5 Setting/ adjustment temperature controls 2.6 Installing different types of pipes and fittings for hot and cold water line 2.7 Installing piping supports/ braces and insulations 2.8 Communication (written and verbal) TR – Plumbing NC III (Amended) Promulgated October 2014 Page 47
TESDA-SOP-QSO-01-F08 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables REQUIRED KNOWLEGE REQUIRED SKILLS 3. Perform pipe leak testing 3.1 All openings in the pipe system are tightly closed except the highest opening prior to leak testing 3.2 Leak testing is applied after completion of roughing-ins and complete installation of pipe supports. 3.3 Testing apparatus is set to specified pressure rating according to testing standards. 3.4 Gravity or flood testing are applied to sanitary, waste, vent and storm drainage piping. 3.5 Pressure testing are applied to hot and cold water piping. 3.6 Proper use of tools and equipment is observed in accordance with manufacturer's specifications 3.7 Appropriate PPE are used in accordance with job requirements 3.8 Work site is cleaned and kept in safe state and in accordance with OSHS 3.1 Blue print reading 3.2 5S 3.3 Use of plumbing materials, tools and equipment 3.4 Environmental- conservation procedures, e.g. 3R (reduce, reuse, recycle) 3.5 DOLE Department Order No. 13 s. 1998 Guidelines Governing Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry 2.1 Interpreting plan and details 2.2 Handling of materials, tools and equipment 2.3 Communication (written and verbal) 2.4 Applying methods and techniques in pipe leak testing TR – Plumbing NC III (Amended) Promulgated October 2014 Page 48
TESDA-SOP-QSO-01-F08 RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Pipes and fittings May include: 1.1 Copper pipes and fittings 1.2 Pipe support and braces 1.3 PP-R pipes and fittings 1.4 Stainless pipes and fittings 1.5 Bl / GI pipes and fittings 2. Materials and consumables May include: 2.1 Soldering paste 2.2 Brazing compound 2.3 Silver rod 2.4 Soldering lead 2.5 Pipe insulation 3. Tools and equipment May include: 3.1 Pipe cutter 3.2 Hack saw with blade 3.3 Blow torch 3.4 Steel tape 3.5 Manual Test pump 3.6 Electric test pump 3.7

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