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1.5 Recommended solutions for the improvement of the program 1.6 Monitored and reported to proper authorities any environmental incidents 2. Resource implications The following resources MUST be provided: 2.1 Workplace/Assessment location 2.2 Legislation, policies, procedures, protocols and local ordinances relating to environmental protection 2.3 Case studies/scenarios relating to environmental protection 3. Method of assessment Competency in this unit may be assessed through: 3.1 Written/ Oral Examination 3.2 Interview/Third Party Reports 3.3 Portfolio (citations/awards from GOs and NGOs, certificate of training – local and abroad) 3.4 Simulations and role-plays 4. Context of assessment Competency may be assessed in actual workplace or at the designated TESDA center.
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 34 COMMON COMPETENCIES UNIT OF COMPETENCY : APPLY SAFETY MEASURES IN FARM OPERATIONS UNIT CODE : AFF321201 UNIT DESCRIPTOR : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform safety measures effectively and efficiently. It includes identifying areas, tools, materials, time and place in performing safety measures. ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range Statement REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE REQUIRED SKILL 1. Determine areas of concern for safety measures 1.1 Work tasks are identified in line with farm operations 1.2 Place for safety measures are determined in line with farm operations 1.3 Time for safety measures are determined in line with farm operations 1.4 Appropriate tools, materials and outfits are prepared in line with job requirements Different work tasks in farm operations Place and time for implementation of safety measures Different hazards in the workplace Types of tools, materials and outfits Preparation of tools, materials and outfits Identifying work tasks in farm operations Determining place and time for implementation of safety measures Reading labels, manuals and other basic safety information Identifying effective/ functional tools, materials and outfit Preparing tools, materials and outfits Discarding defective tools, and materials 2. Apply appropriate safety measures 2.1 Tools and materials are used according to specifications and procedures 2.2 Outfits are worn according to farm requirements 2.3 Effectivity/shelf life/expiration of materials are strictly observed 2.4 Emergency procedures are known and followed to ensure a safework requirement 2.5 Hazards in the workplace are Uses and functions of tools Outfits and how to wear it. Expiration/shelf life of materials Proper disposal of expired materials Environmental rules and regulations Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Emergency procedures Using tools and materials in the workplace Wearing of outfits Observing expiration/shelf life of materials Disposing of expired materials Following emergency procedures Identifying and reporting of hazards in workplace area
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