Section 3d Sample program - Tools and equipment

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Section 3d Sample program - Tools and equipment

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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document

Sample Program

Tools and equipment

Rationale:

This program provides the opportunity for students to develop background and underpinning knowledge and skills required to safely select and use a range of hand tools, hand held power tools and fixed power tools for a variety of general engineering applications.

Units of competency:

MEM18001C MEM18002B

Use hand tools Use power tools/hand held operations

This program also addresses underpinning knowledge for performance criteria in MEM13.14A Apply principals of occupational health and safety in the work environment ie cleaning, maintenance and storage of tools and equipment.

Key terms and concepts:
Use hand tools
faults and/or defects hand tools hazards job specification/s manufacturers specifications occupational health and safety (OHS) personal protective equipment (PPE) reporting and recording routine maintenance safety requirements safe work practices and procedures selection and application of hand tools signs of poor performance/ inefficiency standard operating procedures (SOP) storage task requirements.

Use power tools/hand held operations
alignment, adjustment and clamping faults and/or defects hazards job specification/s maintenance manufacturers specifications occupational health and safety (OHS) personal protective equipment (PPE) power tools reporting and recording routine operational maintenance safe work practices and procedures safety/lockout tagging safety requirements selection and application of power tools signs of poor performance/ efficiency standard operating procedures (SOP) storage task requirements.

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Assessment:

Elements

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Use hand tools

Elements

1.

Use power tools

Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document
MEM18001C Use hand tools Possible assessment strategy
Students will have several opportunities to demonstrate competency in this element and associated performance criteria during completion of learning activities and assessment tasks throughout the metal and engineering course Tasks 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22 and 23.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations Possible assessment strategy
Students will have several opportunities to demonstrate competency in this element and associated performance criteria during completion of learning activities and assessment tasks throughout the metal and engineering course Tasks 1, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22 and 23.

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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document
MEM18001C Use hand tools 1 Use hand tools 1.1 Hand tools are selected appropriate to task requirements 1.2 Hand tools are used to produce desired outcomes to job
specifications which may include finish, tension, size or shape 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before, during and after use 1.4 Unsafe or faulty tools are identified and marked for repair according to designated procedures before, during and after use 1.5 Routine maintenance of tools, including hand sharpening, is undertaken according to standard operating procedures 1.6 Hand tools are stored safely in appropriate location according to standard operating procedures and manufacturers recommendations
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Task 1 Work placement activities & journal Task 2 Newspaper scrapbook Task 3 Extended response Environmental issues Task 4 OHS written test Task 5 Workplace inspection risk assessment Task 6 PEE, safety devices & emergency equipment Task 7 Scenario dealing with an emergency Task 8 Visual communication test Task 9 Work order Task 10 Extended response Quality Task 11 Written documentation Task 12 Work/job plan individual & team task Task 13 Self & peer evaluation Task 14 Quality improvement system Task 15 Workshop assistant Task 16 Workgroup leader Task 17 MSDS Task 18 Tools, plant & equipment Task 19 Technical drawings Task 20 Toolbox Task 21 Vice/clamping device Task 22 Bush BBQ/pizza oven/camp oven Task 23 Industry-specific class project Task 24 Measurement & calculation exercises Task 25 Materials & components Task 26 Job quote Task 27 Charts & graphs Task 28 Freehand sketches

Task 1 Work placement activities & journal Task 2 Newspaper scrapbook Task 3 Extended response Environmental issues Task 4 OHS written test Task 5 Workplace inspection risk assessment Task 6 PEE, safety devices & emergency equipment Task 7 Scenario dealing with an emergency Task 8 Visual communication test Task 9 Work order Task 10 Extended response Quality Task 11 Written documentation Task 12 Work/job plan individual & team task Task 13 Self & peer evaluation Task 14 Quality improvement system Task 15 Workshop assistant Task 16 Workgroup leader Task 17 MSDS Task 18 Tools, plant & equipment Task 19 Technical drawings Task 20 Toolbox Task 21 Vice/clamping device Task 22 Bush BBQ/pizza oven/camp oven Task 23 Industry-specific class project Task 24 Measurement & calculation exercises Task 25 Materials & components Task 26 Job quote Task 27 Charts & graphs Task 28 Freehand sketches

Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations 1 Use power tools 1.1 Power tools are selected appropriate to the task
requirements 1.2 Power tools are used for a determined sequence of
operations which may include clamping, alignment and adjustment to produce desired outcomes to job specifications which may include finish, size or shape 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before, during and after use 1.4 Unsafe or faulty tools are identified and marked for repair before, during and after use according to designated procedures 1.5 Operational maintenance of tools, including hand sharpening, is undertaken according to standard workplace procedures, principles and techniques. 1.6 Power tools are stored safely in appropriate location according to standard operating procedures and manufacturers recommendations
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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document

Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria
MEM18001C Use hand tools
1 Use hand tools 1.2 Hand tools are used to produce desired outcomes
to job specifications which may include finish, tension, size or shape.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations
1 Use power tools 1.2 Power tools are used for a determined sequence
of operations which may include clamping, alignment and adjustment to produce desired outcomes to job specifications which may include finish, size or shape.

Content
Instructions and specifications A definition of:
job specification/s.

Possible learning experiences / activities
The content and activities for this section of the program may have been covered in sample program Plan and carry out quality work. Handout. Identify the difference between specifications, SOPs, task outcomes and task requirements.

MEM18001C Use hand tools
1 Use hand tools 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before,
during and after use.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations
1 Use power tools 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before,
during and after use.

Safety in the workplace A basic understanding of OHS legislation.

Content covered in sample program Safety in the workplace.
Revise and contextualise as required to the use of hand tools, hand held power tools and fixed power tools for hand held operations for a variety of general engineering applications.

An awareness of safe work practices and procedures for a workplace within the manufacturing, engineering and related services industries:
occupational health and safety (OHS) induction training (general, work activity and site-specific) selection, use and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE) selection of appropriate tools for the task

Content covered in sample program Safety in the workplace.
Revise and contextualise as required to the use of hand tools, hand held power tools and fixed power tools for hand held operations for a variety of general engineering applications.

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Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria
MEM18001C Use hand tools 1 Use hand tools 1.1 Hand tools are selected appropriate to the task
requirements. MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations 1 Use power tools 1.1 Power tools are selected appropriate to the task
requirements.

Content

Possible learning experiences / activities

correct use, maintenance and storage of tools, equipment and machinery correct handling, application, transport and storage of hazardous and non-hazardous materials safe posture (sitting, standing, bending and lifting) correct manual handling (lifting and transferring) hazard identification and risk control procedures to follow in the event of an emergency basic first aid training and access to first aid kits correct use of fire fighting equipment: - fire blanket - fire extinguishers - fire hydrant and hose effective communication and teamwork adherence to work instructions, workplace policies and standard operating procedures housekeeping/clean-up procedures with due consideration to OHS and the environment.

Hand and power tools
A basic knowledge of a range of hand and power tools: name characteristics use limitations hazard controls maintenance.
Hand tools: saw hammer punch screwdriver socket wrench
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Identify the difference between: hand tools power tools pneumatic tools equipment plant.
List examples of each.
Students are to create a hand and power tool register. Students will add to their register each time a new hand or power tool and piece of equipment is to be used for a particular task or project. The register will probably take the form of a collation of handouts. [Link to Task 18]
Each student is allocated a different hand and power tool

Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria

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Content
scraper chisel file spanner pliers tap and die tension wrench.
Power tools: electric or pneumatic/hydraulic drill grinder jigsaw nibbler saw.

Possible learning experiences / activities
and piece of plant/equipment commonly used in the manufacturing, engineering or related services industry. Students produce a computer-generated:
information sheet (maximum one A4 page) with the following information: - name - sketch/diagram/photo - characteristics - purpose (use and limitations) - OHS requirements (hazard controls and PPE and
for plant/equipment only responsibilities of the supplier/hire firm and operator) - training/qualifications required (school and industry expectations) pre-operational checklist. [Task 18]
Each student delivers an induction course to the other students (in partnership with the teacher) for their allocated hand and power tool and piece of plant/equipment. [Task 18]
Teacher demonstration of all hand and power tools and pieces of equipment as they are introduced.
(Note that as a minimum all tools listed in the content column must be addressed.)

Considerations for the selection of hand and power tools: skills/training licensing requirements (power tools only) time cost occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements appropriateness for purpose.

Overhead and discussion points to consider when selecting hand and power tools and other equipment.
Class discussion for each practical task/project identify the tools and equipment required and reason/s for their selection.

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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document

Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria
MEM18001C Use hand tools
1 Use hand tools 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before,
during and after use.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations
1 Use power tools 1.3 All safety requirements are adhered to before,
during and after use.

Content

Possible learning experiences / activities

Safe use of tools and equipment

Safe work practices for using tools and equipment: following SOP and manufacturer s specifications before, during and after use risk management (identifying hazards and implementing control measures) correct manual handling safe handling, application and storage of hazardous substances appropriate use of PPE regular servicing and maintenance of tools and equipment selection of appropriate tool for use working with electricity in a safe manner adequate ventilation attaching appropriate safety guards where required.

Brainstorm safe work practices when using tools and equipment.
Visual stimulus video.
Individual activity for each workshop project, undertake any school workshop safety tests as required.
Introduce the concept of daily/before-work checks.
Ensure that pre-operational checks of tools and equipment become second nature to students both in the school workshop and during work placement.
[Link to Tasks 1, 5, 6 and 18]

Use and application of a range of PPE: footwear head protection gloves protective clothing respirator face mask/shield hearing protection eye protection.
Importance of correct fitting PPE.

Content covered in sample program Safety in the workplace.
Students are to demonstrate the correct use of PPE at all times during the metal and engineering course.
Revise and contextualise as required the use of hand tools, hand held power tools and fixed power tools for hand held operations for a variety of general engineering applications.
Brainstorm develop a list of the PPE required when using particular tools and equipment.
[Link to Tasks 4, 6 and 18]

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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document

Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria
MEM18001C Use hand tools
1 Use hand tools 1.2 Hand tools are used to produce desired outcomes
to job specifications which may include finish, tension, size or shape.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations
1 Use power tools 1.2 Power tools are used for a determined sequence
of operations which may include clamping, alignment and adjustment to produce desired outcomes to job specifications which may include finish, size or shape.

Content

Possible learning experiences / activities

Application and use of hand and power tools
Knowledge of the use/application of a range of hand tools in a general engineering context to produce desired outcomes:
adjusting, dismantling, assembling and finishing of items/components finishing, cutting and scraping of metallic and nonmetallic material.

Students are to be given several opportunities throughout the metal and engineering course to identify, select and safely use a range of tools and equipment. These opportunities can arise during practical tasks/projects and/or may be demonstrated during work placement; or work stations could be set up in the school workshop with different tools students visit each station to demonstrate safe use of each tool.
Overhead and discussion points to consider when selecting hand tools
Link to practical tasks/projects, as well as work placement.

Understanding of the importance of securing work pieces when using power tools.
Identification of a range of clamping/securing devices/ methods and their application.
Standard operating procedures (SOP) for a range of power tools:
alignment adjustment clamping start up and shut down.
Knowledge of the use/application of a range of power tools in a general engineering context to produce desired outcomes:
loosening and fastening items/components shaping, finishing, cutting and grinding metallic and non-metallic materials and/or tool bits.

Overhead and discussion: points to consider when selecting power tools the importance of securing work pieces when using power tools a range of clamping/securing devices/methods and their application standard operating procedures aligning, adjustment, clamping and start-up and shut down.
Teacher demonstration clamping/securing devices/methods.
Link to practical tasks/projects, as well as work placement.

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Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Support Document

Unit / Element of competency / Performance criteria
MEM18001C Use hand tools
1 Use hand tools 1.4 Unsafe or faulty tools are identified and marked
for repair according to designated procedures before, during and after use.
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations
1 Use power tools 1.4 Unsafe or faulty tools are identified and marked
for repair before, during and after use according to designated procedures.

Content

Possible learning experiences / activities

Poor performance, faults or defects in hand and power tools

An awareness of the signs of poor performance and inefficiency: (hand and power tools)
quality of end product appearance amount of maintenance required time taken to complete the job (power tools only) noise vibration rough running failure to start presence of smoke and odours consumption of consumables blockages.
Identification of faulty hand and power tools and equipment: (hand and power tools)
malfunctions worn, broken or missing components (power tools only) broken or missing safety guards.
Identification of common faults and/or defects in hand and power tools.
Procedures for marking and reporting unsafe or faulty tools for repair.
Reporting of serious faults: (hand and power tools)
verbal notification to appropriate personnel - supervisor/manager

Overhead signs of poor performance and inefficiency in tools.
Brainstorm what to look for in order to identify malfunctions and worn, broken or missing components.
Discuss the consequences of using poor performing and/or faulty tools and equipment on project outcome, client satisfaction and personal safety.
Reinforce the importance of identifying and reporting faulty tools and equipment in a manufacturing, engineering and related services workplace and in the school workshop.
Comparison of a range of tools in good order and some with regular use but no maintenance.
Conduct an audit of all tools and equipment in the school workshop to identify tools and equipment requiring maintenance and/or repair. [Link to Task 25]
Discuss methods of reporting and record keeping to ensure checks and repairs are notified to appropriate personnel. [Link to Tasks 15, 16 and 18]
Sample documentation.
Class discussion responsibilities of the student, teacher and school in regard to reporting of faults.
Handout outlining school procedures regarding reporting of faults.

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