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Assessment Task 2: Skills Test

 Skills Test:

You have received a job to install a residential sewer line on a construction site. The work required to be completed to install a residential sewer line is as follow:

  • Arrive at domestic site with truck and establish unloading area.
  • Site orientation/induction
  • Accessing the site
  • Unload skid steer excavator from trailer using aluminium ramps
  • Safety check and operation of excavator for trenching and excavations
  • Working in open trench
  • Dig/clean trench by hand
  • Installation of UPVC pipe
  • Back fill trench using excavator with sand and original spoil
  • Spreading soil with shovel and rake
  • Compact area using a gasoline powered leg rammer

To install a residential sewer line on a construction site, you are required to prepare JSA as per the given template.

Description of the activity:

This activity requires you to prepare a Job Safety Analysis considering the information given in the case study.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 1’ provided.
  • Complete Job Safety Analysis template provided.

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Your trainer/assessor (Supervisor) will observe you performing this activity and sign off the checklist after ensuring each step is completed.

Checklist 1: Prepare a Job Safety Analysis.

Assessment Task 3: Skills Test

Skills Test:

This assessment task requires the student to apply work health and safety (WHS) requirements, policies and procedures on six (6) separate and different occasions in the plumbing and services work environment.

This includes applying WHS requirements, policies and procedures on the following occasions in the construction industry.

  • Occasion 1/Activity 1: Participate in workplace induction procedures.
  • Occasion/Activity 2: Implement safe work practices for identifying and assessing risks 
  • Occasion/Activity 3: Identify and assess risks
  • Occasion/Activity 4: Identify hazardous materials and other hazards on work sites.
  • Occasion/Activity 5: Apply safe work practices to conduct demolition of an external load-bearing wall
  • Occasion/Activity 6: Follow emergency procedures     

Workplace requirements and job specification

The trainer/assessor or training organisation is required to provide a workplace or a close simulation of the workplace environment to replicate construction workplace conditions and standards, materials, activities, responsibilities, procedures, safety requirements and environmental considerations to each student.

The training organisation will take you to the location of the construction worksite.

Further, the training organisation must ensure the construction site must meet the requirements given in the table below.  

Task requirements

For each task, the student will pair up in a group of four (4) students, assigning designated roles to each student. At the conclusion of each task, each student will switch their roles with the other student and re-do the same task to ensure both the students experiences each role fully.

The trainer/assessor will observe you performing the task.

The trainer/assessor will also verbally ask each student a series of questions during the student’s performance of each task. These questions are designed to assess the knowledge students are employing in the performance of the task.

The trainer/assessor will mark the student’s responses to verbal questions on the verbal questions record sheet included in the student’s assessment pack.

The trainer/assessor must provide a verbal briefing on each assessment prior to commencement. Each specific task is described in more detail below.

As part of your job role, you will have the following responsibilities:

  • Learn about workplace induction procedures.
  • Determine the location of emergency equipment, designated personnel, and current emergency and evacuation procedures in the workplace.
  • When preparing for and carrying out a work process, identify and apply safe work practises.
  • Choose personal protective equipment (PPE) and ensure that it is properly fitted and used for the job.
  • Choose tools and equipment that are in accordance with safe work requirements, and inspect them for serviceability, reporting any flaws.
  • Determine and erect necessary barricades, hoardings, and signage at the job site.
  • Identify and apply pertinent safety data sheets (SDSs), job safety analyses (JSAs), safe work method statements (SWMSs), and standard operating procedures (SOPs) (SOPs)
  • Identify, assess, and report hazards in the workplace to the appropriate personnel.
  • Report safety risks in the workplace to designated personnel based on identified hazards.
  • Control risks by adhering to safe work practises, duty of care requirements, and safe work instructions.
  • Contribute to workplace health and safety, hazard, accident, or incident reports in accordance with workplace procedures, Australian government and state/territory WHS legislation, and relevant information.
  • Determine and implement appropriate procedures for handling and using hazardous materials on a job site in accordance with legislative requirements and workplace policies and procedures.
  • Use effective and immediate measures to control risks and construction hazards.
  • Use appropriate signs and symbols to secure hazardous materials that may endanger oneself or other workers as soon as they are identified.
  • Perform tasks in a safe manner for operators, other personnel, and the general public, in accordance with legislative requirements and workplace policies and procedures.
  • Use appropriate tools, plant, and equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, work site regulations, and Australian Standards.
  • Recognise and adhere to the requirements of work site safety signs and symbols.
  • Clear and maintain the work site area to avoid and protect oneself and others from incidents and accidents, as well as to meet environmental standards.
  • When necessary, adhere to workplace emergency procedures

Task:

This assessment task requires the student to apply work health and safety (WHS) requirements, policies and procedures on six (6) separate and different occasions in the plumbing and services work environment.

This includes applying WHS requirements, policies and procedures on the following occasions in the construction industry.

  • Occasion 1/Activity 1: Participate in workplace induction procedures.
  • Occasion/Activity 2: Implement safe work practices for identifying and assessing risks 
  • Occasion/Activity 3: Identify and assess risks
  • Occasion/Activity 4: Identify hazardous materials and other hazards on work sites.
  • Occasion/Activity 5: Apply safe work practices to conduct demolition of an external load-bearing wall
  • Occasion/Activity 6: Follow emergency procedures     

When carrying out the activities mentioned above, you must follow the instructions provided by your trainer/assessor (Supervisor).

 

 

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