Issuu on Google+

The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology

Unit 201: “Working Effectively and Safely in an Electrotechnical Environment” Scheme of Work – Installation Technology Centre: Construction

Qualification/Course: Module/Unit/Topics:

Year:

2011-12

Lecturer(s):

City & Guilds 2330 Level 2 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology Unit 201: Working Effectively and Safely in an Electrotechnical Environment Bob Hibbert Use of Learning Support: Steve Coley Carmine Sagnella

Length of each session: 3 hours

LINKS TO EQUAL OPPS/HEALTH & SAFETY This unit is predominately Health & Safety and so the links to this are obvious. However, care must be exercised when demonstrating the following: safe isolation & st Emergency 1 Aid. When dealing with Health & Safety items it will be necessary to discuss issue of dealing with people with disabilities, i.e. unable to comprehend safety signs and information, for example. Syllabus Basic/Key Unit Topic Reference Comments Skills Induction N/A Student handbooks; learning agreements 01 - Safe Isolation: 1.1.07 Workbook; text book 1; 1 State the need for isolation before any work is carried out on an electrical installation isolation demo rig or system. 02 - Health & Safety Legislation: 1.1.02 Workbook; text book 1 List the current Health and Safety legislation relevant to the workplace/site within the electrotechnical Industry Identify from the following, those regulatory requirements which are statutory and 1.1.03 those which are non-statutory a) Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) b) Electricity at Work Regulations (1989) 2 c) The Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (Formerly Electricity Supply Regulations 1989) d) Management of Health & Safety Regulations (1992) e) Provision & use of Work Equipment Regulations (1992) f) COSHH Regulations (2002) g) Personal Protective Equipment Regulations (1992) h) IEE Requirements for Electrical Installations (BS7671)

August 2011

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Page 1 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

3

August 2011

Topic 03 – Health & Safety Responsibilities: State the legal responsibilities within the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) for the a) Employer b) Employee State the main responsibilities of employers towards the maintenance of health and safety a) making the workplace safe and without risk to health b) keeping dust, fumes and noise under control c) ensuring plant and machinery are safe and that safe systems of work are set and followed d) ensuring articles and substances are moved, stored and used safely e) providing adequate welfare facilities f) providing adequate information, instruction, training and supervision necessary for staff’s health & safety g) providing a health & safety policy statement if there are five or more employees h) providing any protective clothing or equipment specifically required by the Health & Safety Act i) reporting certain injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences to the enforcing authority j) providing adequate first aid facilities undertaking precautions against fire, providing adequate means of escape and the means of fighting fire k) displaying a current certificate as required by the Employers Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 State the responsibilities of an employee as being a) taking reasonable care for your own health and that of others who may be affected by what you do or may not do b) co-operating with your employer on health and safety issues c) not interfering with or misusing anything provided for health and safety or welfare in the workplace d) reporting any identified health and safety problem in the workplace, in the first instance to the supervisor, manager or employer

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.1.01

Comments Workbook; text book 1

Basic/Key Skills

1.1.04

1.1.05

Page 2 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

4

5

August 2011

Topic 04 - Accident & Emergency Procedures: Follow accident and emergency procedures a) recognise situations which could lead to accidents b) list the procedures to be followed in the event of an accident c) identify the location of first aid facilities d) state accident reporting procedures e) recognise emergency procedures State the basic action to be taken in the event of electric shock a) do not touch the casualty b) isolation of supply c) removal from live source using insulating material d) first aid through resuscitation e) treatment for burns, shock 05 - Personal Protective Clothing: State the personal protective clothing appropriate to the task being undertaken a) Eyes (spectacles; goggles; face screens; helmets) b) head and neck (helmets; bump caps; hairnets; sou’westers; cape hoods) c) ears (earplugs; muffs) d) hands and arms (gloves; gauntlets; mitts; wrist cuffs; armlets) e) feet and legs (safety (boots, shoes, trainers; gaiters; leggings; spats and clogs) f) lungs (disposable respirators; half-masks; full face respirator with filtering cartridge; powered respirator blowing filtered air to a mask; fresh air hose equipment; breathing apparatus (self-contained and fresh air line types)) g) whole body (conventional or disposable overalls; boilersuits; warehouse coats; donkey jackets; high visibility clothing; chemical suits; thermal clothing; safety harness

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.1.09

Comments Workbook; text book 1

Basic/Key Skills

1.1.10

1.1.06

Workbook; text book 1

Page 3 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

6

7

August 2011

Topic 06 - Safety Signs & Fire Extinguishers: Identify types and meaning of safety signs a) Warning b) Advisory c) Mandatory d) Prohibition Identify types and applications for fire extinguishers a) Water b) Powder c) Foam d) gas 07 - Technical Information: State that sources of technical information include a) British Standards Institute (BSI) b) BSEN Harmonized Standards c) Codes of Practice d) libraries (eg IEE) e) manufacturers’ catalogues, manuals State that technical information maybe distributed and retrieved by using a) conventional drawings, diagrams b) micro-film c) micro-fiche d) video tapes e) VDUs/internet f) facsimile (fax) machines g) E-mail

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.1.08

Comments Workbook; text book 1; Standards Unit (Construction) magnetic signs activity; fire extinguishers

Basic/Key Skills

1.1.11

1.3.01

Workbook; text book 1

1.3.02

Page 4 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

8

9

August 2011

Topic 08 - Drawings & Diagrams (1): Identify types of drawings and diagrams as: a) circuit diagrams b) wiring diagrams c) block diagrams d) location drawings e) assembly and detail drawings f) distribution cable route plans/drawings g) site plans h) data sheets and wall charts i) component positional reference systems j) manufacturers’ data and service manuals Recognize and explain how BS EN 60617 symbols are used in electrical and electronic circuits 09 - Drawings & Diagrams (2): Identify and describe, how and why different scales are used to produce drawings, plans and diagrams relevant to the workplace State the necessity to use drawings, diagrams in conjunction with the related specification

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.3.03

Comments Workbook; text book 1 Workbook; text book 1

Basic/Key Skills

1.3.05 1.3.04

Workbook; text book 1

1.3.06

Page 5 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

10

August 2011

Topic 10 – Electrical Industry: Describe briefly the service provided within the following specialisms a) lighting installations b) power installations c) emergency lighting d) security systems/alarms e) building management systems f) control systems g) instrumentation h) electrical maintenance i) computer installations j) fibre optics k) data infrastructure cabling l) HV/LV jointing m) highway electrical systems n) panel building o) electrical machine drive installations p) consumer/commercial electronics State that organisations that have electrotechnical activities can be a) Electrical Contractors b) Factories c) Process Plants d) Local Councils e) Commercial/Business buildings and complexes f) Leisure Centres g) Panel Builders h) Motor rewind & repair companies i) Railways j) Armed Forces k) Hospitals l) Equipment and machine manufacturers

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.2.01

Comments Workbook; text book 1

Basic/Key Skills

1.2.02

Page 6 of 7


The College at Clacton - CGLI2330-201 - Scheme of Work for Installation Technology Unit

10 (cont)

12 13

August 2011

Topic State the role of the following personnel within an organisation that has electrotechnical activities a) design engineer b) maintenance manager/engineer c) service manager d) estimator/cost engineering e) contracts manager f) project manager g) technician h) supervisor/foreman i) operative - installation; maintenance; servicing j) mechanic/fitter - installation; maintenance; servicing Identify those Professional bodies, Trade and Employer Associations, Trade Union and Regulatory bodies associated with a specific specialist company in the electrotechnical industry Revision GOLA Test

Clacton-On-Sea MES Section

Syllabus Reference 1.2.03

Comments Workbook; text book 1

Basic/Key Skills

1.2.04

Page 7 of 7


SOW CGLI2330-201 Installation Technology