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Student Assessment AgreementMake sure you read through the assessments in this booklet before you fill out and sign the agreement below.If there is anything that you are unsure of, consult your assessor prior to signing this agreement. Have you read the assessment requirements for this unit? ◻ Yes ◻ NoDo you understand the requirements of the assessments for this unit? ◻ Yes ◻ NoDo you agree to the way in which you are being assessed? ◻ Yes ◻ NoDo you have any specific needs that should be considered? ◻ Yes ◻ NoIf so, explain these in the space below. Do you understand your rights to re-assessment? ◻ Yes ◻ NoDo you understand your right to appeal the decisions made in an assessment? ◻ Yes ◻ No Student nameStudent numberStudent signatureDateQualification Code and Title CPC30211: Certificate III in CarpentryUnit Code and Title CPCCCM2001A: Read And Interpret Plans And SpecificationsAssessor nameAssessor signatureDate Assessment Task Cover SheetStudent DeclarationTo be filled out and submitted with assessment responses ◻ I declare that this task is all my own work and I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student(s).◻ I understand that if I If I am found to have plagiarised, cheated or colluded, action will be taken against me according to the process explained to me.◻ I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.Student nameStudent ID numberStudent signatureDate Assessor declaration◻ I hereby certify that this student has been assessed by me and that the assessment has been carried out according to the required assessment procedures.Assessor nameAssessor signatureDateAssessment outcome S NS DNS Resubmission Y N Feedback Student result response◻ My performance in this assessment task has been discussed and explained to me.◻ I would like to appeal this assessment decision.Student signatureDate A copy of this page must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence Document Title: Final Assessment PRACTICALDocument Subtitle: CPCCCM2001A Read and interpret plans and specifications  Disclaimer:This work is under copyright and permission is not given to make copies for hire or resale to third parties to use the document for their own or commercial use. Universal Training Solutions does not give warranty or accept any legal liability in relation to the content of this work. Licenced to:RTO Name: Trinity Institute (Australia)RTO NO: 41310CRICOS NO: 03556FRTO Address: Level 7, 16-18 Wentworth Street Parramatta NSW 2150 Copyright: Universal Training Solutions Developed by:Universal Training Solutions and validated by Trinity Institute (Australia) Acknowledgement:Thanks to Universal Training Solutions and Trinity Institute (Australia) staff for their consultation and development work. Version:Trinity Institute (Australia) V1 STUDENT DETAILSPlease complete this declaration with the studentUnit of competency: Unit Code CPCCCM2001A Unit Title Read and interpret plans and specifications Trainer/Assessor Name: Student Name: Student ID: Time Allocation Refer to Training Plan Due date:Refer to you student program guide (training plan). Please insert the due date as confirmed by your assessor below: Due Date: ……………/……………. /…………….  Declarations Task Declaration: Signature DateTask 1 Knowledge Questionnaire I confirm that I have read and understood the instructions, my responsibilities and requirements for this assessmentTask 2 project I confirm that I have read and understood the instructions, my responsibilities and requirements for this assessmentTask 3 Simulated Practical and/or workplace observation I confirm that I have read and understood the instructions, my responsibilities and requirements for this assessment Assessor declarationThe assessor is to complete this declaration with the student.I have acknowledged the underpinning knowledge and skills may be assessed on or off the job. ☐Yes ☐NoI confirm that I am a qualified workplace assessor and will be conducting the assessment for this unit and student ☐Yes ☐NoHave all aspects of the student agreement been explained and understood?☐Yes ☐NoDoes the student understand they have three attempts to complete each task satisfactorily? If after the third attempt the student is deemed ‘Not Yet Competent’, they will be required to do further training before reattempting this unit. ☐Yes ☐NoI have explained the requirements for reasonable adjustment as a result of workplace constraints ☐Yes ☐NoI confirm that I have explained and confirmed all of the above items with the student. Assessor SignatureDate //__ Student declarationAgreement by the student: Please sign below to demonstrate that you understand what is required of you in relation to this assessment.Do you have any special needs or considerations to be made for this assessment? If yes, what are they? ☐Yes ☐NoDo you understand your rights to appeal the decisions made in an assessment? ☐Yes ☐NoI understand I have three attempts to complete each task satisfactorily. If after the third attempt I am deemed ‘Not Yet Competent’, I will be required to do further training before reattempting this unit ☐Yes ☐NoReasonable adjustment: If you require any adjustments to accommodate a need in order to complete this assessment, please talk to your assessor. Arrangements will be put in place to ensure a fair and flexible approach is undertaken for this assessment. Please note that the range or nature of the adjustment will ensure that the outcomes of the unit are not compromised. ☐Yes ☐NoI agree to comply with all rules, regulations, policies and procedures provided as part of the simulated environment. ☐Yes ☐NoI give permission for the RTO to use my assignment at the workplace for assessment moderation / validation purposes. ☐Yes ☐NoI confirm that I have read and understood my responsibilities and requirements for assessment. Student SignatureDate //__  SUBMISSION EVIDENCE – ASSESSMENT TASK 3 SIMULATED PRACTICAL AND/OR WORKPLACE OBSERVATION APPENDIX 1 QUESTIONNAIRE FOR WORKING DRAWINGS 1 Questionnaire for working Drawings “10 MORETON STREET, BALWYN” Site plans: Find the following information on the site plan provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write not shown’. What is the depth of the building block? 11000+4200+3009+8249=26458 What is the width of the driveway?Driveway1:3075mmWhat does ‘FL’ on the plan equal Floor levelWhich direction does the garage face? North What is the ‘setback’ of the house?9000mmWhat is the address of the site? 10 moreton street, Balwyn Where is the datum (T.B.M.) located? Not on the plans State the highest and lowest points on the site. Use the correct units (m or mm). Height for unit 1= 6059 What is the width of the house?List three key features of the site plan. Floor plans: Find the following information on the floor plan provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write ‘not shown’. What is the width of the main bedroom (Bed 1)?How many downpipes are there?What size (width × depth) is the WIR in the main bedroom?How wide is the kitchen window?How wide is the door to Bed 2?How wide is the fridge recess?How wide is the garage doorHow many bedrooms are there?What is the floor covering to the kitchen?How wide is Bed 3?What is the overall depth of the house?How long (ie wide) is the outside wall nearest the back boundary?How many 720-wide doors are there in the house?Over which rooms is the water heater located?What is the thickness of the concrete floor slabs?Where is the manhole into the roof space located?How thick are the internal walls?How high are the skirting boards?How wide is the robe recess in Bed 2?What is the size of the alfresco area? Elevations: Find the following information on the elevations provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write not shown’. What is the pitch (slope) of the roof?What are the measurements of window 06 (W06)What is the maximum wall height on the boundaryWhat is the pitch on the tiled roofDescribe the general elevation notes relating to walls within the boundariesWhat is the floor-to-ceiling height?What is the selected render finish?What cladding does the overhead to the garage door have?  Electrical plan: On the electrical plan provided, find the following information, and write it in the spaces provided. Note that some information asked for may not be shown on the electrical plan provided.How many led down lights are there in the electrical plansHow many single PowerPoints 300w are there in the electrical plansWhat allowance does the contractor need to provide for the water unitlocate the TV point- cable connection on the electrical plan?What provisions should the contractor allow for GPOs 2 Questionnaire for working Drawings “10 MORETON STREET, BALWYN” Site plans: Find the following information on the site plan provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write not shown’. What is the depth of the building block?What is the width of the driveway?What does ‘FL’ on the plan equalWhich direction does the garage face?What is the ‘setback’ of the house?What is the address of the site?Where is the datum (T.B.M.) located?State the highest and lowest points on the site. Use the correct units (m or mm).What is the width of the house?List three key features of the site plan. Floor plans: Find the following information on the floor plan provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write ‘not shown’. What is the width of the main bedroom (Bed 1)?How many downpipes are there?What size (width × depth) is the WIR in the main bedroom?How wide is the kitchen window?How wide is the door to Bed 2?How wide is the fridge recess?How wide is the garage doorHow many bedrooms are there?What is the floor covering to the kitchen?How wide is Bed 3?What is the overall depth of the house?How long (ie wide) is the outside wall nearest the back boundary?How many 720-wide doors are there in the house?Over which rooms is the water heater located?What is the thickness of the concrete floor slabs?Where is the manhole into the roof space located?How thick are the internal walls?How high are the skirting boards?How wide is the robe recess in Bed 2?What is the size of the alfresco area? Elevations: Find the following information on the elevations provided and write your answers in the spaces below. Note that some of the information may not appear on the plan. For these questions, write not shown’. What is the pitch (slope) of the roof?What are the measurements of window 06 (W06)What is the maximum wall height on the boundaryWhat is the pitch on the tiled roofDescribe the general elevation notes relating to walls within the boundariesWhat is the floor-to-ceiling height?What is the selected render finish?What cladding does the overhead to the garage door have?  Electrical plan: On the electrical plan provided, find the following information, and write it in the spaces provided. Note that some information asked for may not be shown on the electrical plan provided.How many led down lights are there in the electrical plansHow many single PowerPoints 300w are there in the electrical plansWhat allowance does the contractor need to provide for the water unitlocate the TV point- cable connection on the electrical plan?What provisions should the contractor allow for GPOs APPENDIX 2 RECORD OF STAFF TOOLBOX MEETING Meeting details – Site 1Business name: Meeting held at:Date:Meeting conducted by:Signed:WHS representative: Signed: Persons attending  Issues covered Action requiredAction Responsible Timeframe  Meeting details – Site 2Business name: Meeting held at:Date:Meeting conducted by:Signed:WHS representative: Signed: Persons attending  Issues covered Action requiredAction Responsible Timeframe  APPENDIX 3 INDUCTION/SWMS/JSEA/PRE- COMMENCEMENT CHECKLIST For site 1 and 2 WHS INDUCTION MANUAL – DECLARATION Do you agree to the site safety rules & illicit drugs and alcohol policy? I ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………confirm on behalf of all my crew members: ☐All workers onsite must have completed site induction and produce Construction Induction Card when requested☐Contractors and their employees are not permitted to consume/use alcohol or any illicit drugs or substances while working on this site☐Contractors and their employees must inform the supervisor if they believe that their performance while at work could be affected by alcohol, or by any prescription or non-prescription drugs which they may be using.☐Any Contractors or their employees found onsite to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will be asked to stop work and leave the site immediately.☐No fighting, violence, bullying or horseplay on site.☐No animals on site☐No loud radios or music☐All boundary temp fencing & gates to be replaced & fixed together by the end of the day by last subcontractor on site☐All OH&S/WHS regulations apply to all workers on site☐All rubbish to be cleaned up each day and placed in bins provided☐Report any situations that are or could be dangerous to the Supervisor☐Use only R.C.D. protected power supplies that are tagged and tested☐Use the correct type of work clothing, PPE equipment and UV protection at all times☐Drive vehicles and machinery on site responsibly.☐ If you park your vehicle on a work site, the responsibility is on you if any damage occurs Subcontractor Director Name Sub-contractor Director signature Date  SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT – SWMS (CARPENTRY)Note: A site-specific SWMS may be required before any high-risk construction work is commencedEmployer/Subcontractor: Person responsible for ensuring compliance with this SWMS: DateHigh-risk job: CARPENTRY/-FRAMING, TRUSS ERECTION, FIT OUT & FIX -HOUSINGLocation What are the tasks involved? What are the hazards and risks? How will hazards and risks be controlled?(describe the control measures and how they will be used)Think about the worksite and each stage of the project including preparation and clean upTraining Untrained worker may not be aware of hazards that could affectthemselves or others. Ensure Construction Induction Card (Red, Blue, White) company induction, site induction & any task training & certification as required.Temporary access to heights Fall from ladder or other temporary access and injure worker Industrial grade ladder used (min. 120 kg SWL).Secure ladder safely at 4: I pitch.Ladder to extend 900 mm+ past any safe step off point.Working at heights Fall or slide from work platform and injure worker Only light duty work to be carried out from secured ladders.Do not step higher than 3 steps from the top on a straight or extension ladder or 2 steps from the top on a stepladder.All scaffolds and working platforms to comply with AS/NZS 4576 Guidelines for scaffoldingObject could fall on and injure other workers below Prevent workers from working below other workers where falling objects are possible What are the tasks involved? What are the hazards and risks? How will hazards and risks be controlled?(describe the control measures and how they will be used)Think about the worksite and each stage of the project including preparation and clean upErecting frames & trusses Frame could fall. Secure and brace wall frames and trussesObject could fall on and injure other workers below Prevent workers from working below other workers where falling objects are possible.Erecting single storey (or ground floor) walls and trusses Fall from roof and injure worker Provide perimeter guard rail for domestic truss erection if fall height exceeds 3metres from the roof (2 metres on commercial) or where a 2-metre clear fall area on the ground cannot be provided.Erecting first floor walls Fall from first floor and injure worker. Install first floor joists & flooring to prevent falls to ground floor. Erect & brace first floor external & internal wall frames.Provide perimeter guard rail if fall height exceeds 3.8 metres from first floor to ground level or where a 2-metre clear fall area on the ground cannot be provided.Provide guard rails (top & mid-rail) around stairwells & across any external wall openings at I metre height.Erecting trusses on double storey trusses or higher buildings Fall from roof and injure worker Cover stairwell opening if working above stairwell to erect roof trusses. Work from a safe work platform (e.g. quick stage scaffold or top plate bracket scaffold with guard rails) or from inside the building (e.g. on trestles set up on the completed first floor) when working within 1.5 metres from the external top plate. Do not work off second storey, external top plate to fix trusses without fall protection. Only work from internal top plates when at least 1.5 metres from the external top plate Use crane or crane truck where practicable to lift f into position above ground floor level. What are the tasks involved? What are the hazards and risks? How will hazards and risks be controlled?(describe the control measures and how they will be used)Think about the worksite and each stage of the project including preparation and clean upInstalling windows, stairways etc … at height Worker could fall throughpenetration. Work from a safe work platform or area.Ensure openings in walls and floors (eg window openings & stairwells) are barricaded or covered as soon as is practicable. Remove all tripping hazards.Windows or doors could fall on worker Suppo1t windows or doors in a safe & secure position until fixed.Cutting of medium density fibre board (MDF) & use of glues,solvents etc .. Worker could be affected byproduct being cut/used Obtain, check and follow instructions on all Material Safety Data Sheets. Wear all appropriate personal protective equipment such as P2 ca1iridge filter respiratory protection & gloves as required. If cutting small quantities cut in the open air with dust collection bag. For larger quantities connect industrial vacuum to drop saw & where necessary set up a designated, ventilated cutting room for MDF cutting. Clean up cutting area/room daily.Using electrical tools Worker could be electrocuted by electrical leads or equipment All electrical equipment & tools to be tested & tagged every 3 months. Earth leakage protection to be provided & tested monthly. Electrical leads to be clear of ground & water.Multi-plug outlet devices to industrial standard & comply with AS3 l 05. No green sheathed leads to be used. Temporary switchboards to be set up correctly. What are the tasks involved? What are the hazards and risks? How will hazards and risks be controlled?(describe the control measures and how they will be used)Think about the worksite and each stage of the project including preparation and clean upUsing portable generators Electrocution When using po1table generators ensure:Provide RCD on the generator; andan earth stake is driven into the ground and bonded to the generator fame where requiredUsing electric powered saw Worker could receive cuts. Ensure guarding is correctly operating on saws.Ensure automatic stop is operating when trigger is released.Manual handling Musculoskeletal injuries such as back or shoulder strains from incorrect lifting Plan all lifts to reduce the likelihood of strains & sprains. Use mechanical means of lifting heavier loads whenever possible. Keep the work area free of obstacles. Where mechanical means cannot be used then:• only light loads to be carried by hand.• split materials into lighter loads.• use team lifting to lift materials.• use 2 or more workers to move/carry loads over 20 kg.• keep duration of handling short.• handle loads evenly.• carry loads close to the body.• Do not twist or bend body excessively.• keep back straight when lifting.• use your legs to lift the load not your back.• ensure a clear unobstructed pathway & work area is prepared.• ensure the work area is not slippery, the area is clear & lighting is sufficient.• ensure object is easy to grasp, not slippery & free from sharp edgesWorking outdoors UV rays from sun could cause skin cancers Provide wide brimmed hat, loose protective clothing as per Sunsmart Policy and 30+ sun block Construction Induction Card RegisterBuilder Site Address Subcontractor Name of employee Employer CI or White card number Date Signature  Pre commencement checklist Builder Site Address Subcontractor Details required Yes No CommentsDo you have your own health and safety management system/manual ☐ ☐The new employee has reviewed and completed the Work Health Safety Management Plan ☐ ☐The new employee has completed the Site Safety Induction ☐ ☐Explain how SWMS (Safe Work Methods Statements) are managed ☐ ☐Taken for walk around the area and introduced to other team members ☐ ☐Have proper Safe Work Method Statements been provided ☐ ☐Do employees have C.L or White Cards ☐ ☐Provide contact number of supervisor ☐ ☐Do employees have plant operators’ licences/tickets where required ☐ ☐Have employees received company induction training. ☐ ☐ls plant & equipment properly maintained (including daily checks) ☐ ☐What personal protective equipment is provided for employees eg. hard hats, safety boots, eye, dust, hearing & UV protection ☐ ☐Has a copy of your WorkCover insurance policy been provided ☐ ☐Has a copy of your public liability insurance policy been provided ☐ ☐  JSEA – CARPENTRY OVERALLActivityList the tasks required to perform the activity in thesequence they are carried out HazardsAgainst each task list the hazards that could cause injury when the task is performed Risk controlsList the control measures required to eliminate or minimisethe risk of injury arising from the identified hazard. Responsible personWrite the name of the person responsible (supervisor or above) to implement the control measure identified.Site Orientation/ Induction1 Report to client’s workshop Entering restricted areas Follow posted signs and go directly to reception ALL 2 Undertake a site induction Undertake a site induction Listen and ensure you obtain information and site emergency and evacuation procedures ALL Unawareness of site-specific hazards Listen and ensure you obtain information about any and all site hazards Unawareness of restricted areas Listen and ensure you obtain information about any restricted areas Claim Work Area Access the siteBreaching minimum site PPE requirements HI visibility clothing must be worn at all times whilst on site All Steel toe safety boots must be worn at all times whilst on site Safety glasses must either be worn or carried at all times whilst on site Breaching site rules or requirements NO SMOKING on site-designated smoking area will be available and ALL butts to be placed in binProgressive housekeeping clean as you goEstablish safe perimeter People entering work area Controlled by Site ManagerSite SupervisorBunting or Caution tape shall define the work area by providing a 3-meter barrier or denying access whichever is more appropriate. All Site set upPeg out Grid Lines Striking Body Part Concentrate on Object to be hit Carpenter Marking Out Slab or GroundMeasure from datum point Other trades entering work area Arrange clear accessFlag off the work area to prevent entry, if necessaryAllNotify persons entering the area your intentions to close off areaallSet out string line Tripping hazard Use high visibility string lineallStriking hand or body part Concentrate on objectOperatorHold pin at a lower pointoperatorUse correct PPE – GlovesoperatorAcceptance of delivery to site for materialsEstablish area to accept delivery Other trades and or persons wanting to use area Communicate with other site personnel to establish availability of areaallDirect vehicle to appropriate area Running into objects and or persons Place “spotter” to watch path of truck Site supervisorUntie load if secured Load tipping or falling Release straps slowly to ensure load does not moveDriverReceive goods manually Muscle strain – musculoskeletal disorders If materials are of a considerable length or weight then ensure a 2 (or more) person lift and carry allDo not overreachallEnsure correct manual handling proceduresall Install bearers and joists to formwork support framesLift bearer/member into position Muscle strain – musculoskeletal disorders If materials are of a considerable length or weight, then ensure a 2 (or more) person lift and carry AllDropping materials Ensure a firm grip on the materials CarpenterDo not let go until member has been secured in place CarpenterEnsure area below is clear CarpenterFlag off area to prevent accidental entry and possible injury from falling objects SupervisorBearers must be positioned such that they will not fall off the top of the frames. Ensure this is by placing the bearers in U-heads on top of the frames and by ensuring cantilevers are minimised Form workerIncorrect installation procedure Ensure Installation / erection procedure and plans are available Project managerObtain correct installation instructions or seek advise from competent person AllReview project drawings and verify location prior to commencement Form workerInstallation of floor joistLift member into position Muscle strain – musculoskeletal disorders If materials are of a considerable length or weight, then ensure a 2 (or more) person lift and carry allDropping materials Ensure a firm grip on the materials allDo not let go until member has been secured in place CarpenterEnsure area below is clear CarpenterFlag off area to prevent accidental entry and possible injury from falling objects Supervisor Nail joist into place using an Impulse (gas) Nail GunNail joist into place using an Impulse (gas) Nail Gun Unintentional tool operation Do not contact or squeeze the trigger until the tool is positioned on the work piece in preparation of the fastening operation OperatorDo not use the tool as a hammer OperatorShoot nail into timber Eye damage Ensure correct use of PPE – Safety Glasses allShooting nail into hand or body part Ensure hands and body parts are not under direction of fire CarpenterNever pull the trigger unless the nose is directed toward the work allNail jamming Use only the correct and properly sized fastener specified for the tool OperatorCutting or separation of the nail head Use only the correct and properly sized fastener specified for the tool OperatorExplosion Never use the tool in the presence of flammable materials or flammable vapours OperatorInjury to pedestrians/ bystanders/ other workers Ensure constant communication with all who are in the vicinity. allAlways keep the tool pointed in a safe direction CarpenterEnsure no one is in the potential path of a flying fastener, should the fastener break through the work piece and fly freely CarpenterUnexpected recoil Always grip the tool handle firmly OperatorDo not overreach OperatorFastener breaking through or missing the work piece and flying freely Never operate the tool at the edge of a work piece CarpenterEnsure no one is in the potential path of a flying fastener, should the fastener break through the work piece and fly freely CarpenterLoosing balance Always maintain a firm stance OperatorPutting down the tool Unintentional tool operation Do not drop the tool, put it downCarpenterInstall joist hangers and secure into placeFit joist hanger Dropping components Do not let go of the unit until it has been securely fastenedInstallerStriking hand or body part Concentrate on object OperatorDrill hole using a Battery Powered Drill and bolt togetherDrill hole Drilling into hand or body part Ensure hands or body parts are not underneath or in drilling path of materials being drilledOperatorSwarf – airborne particles in eyeUse correct PPE – Safety glasses InstallerDrill bit jamming Ensure drill bit is sharp and secured tightly in chuckOperatorFit bolt Dropping materials Ensure area below is clearInstallerIf necessary, flag off exclusion zone belowInstallerTension nuts using a battery powered rattle gunPush socket over nut System failure from incorrect fitment Ensure the socket is the correct size for the nut to avoid stripping and damageRiggerRattle the nut Equipment failure Visual inspection prior to useAllOnly use an Impact socket with Rattle GunsCarpenterInjury from using power tools Ensure operator has been trained in the safe operating procedure of power tool prior to useSupervisorHearing damage Use correct PPE – Ear Muffs / Ear PlugsOperatorInstall solid strip timber flooring (Secret Fix) to timber subfloorConduct a visual inspection of the subfloor Damage to product inspect for signs of moisture AllThe subfloor must be dry and free of contaminants including but not limited to oil, paint, grease, dust, metal shavings, saw dust SupervisorLift floorboards Back injury Bend knees, firmly grasp the load with the back slightly curved slowly raise by straitening the legs, keep the load as close as possible to the body. AllMuscle strain – musculoskeletal disorders If materials are of a considerable length or weight, then ensure a 2 (or more) person lift and carry AllCarry floorboards to position Muscle strain – musculoskeletal disorders If materials are of a considerable length or weight then ensure a 2 (or more) person lift and carry AllTripping hazard Ensure path of travel is clear of obstacles and debris AllFalling in between floor joist Lay floorboards in sequence to create a safe working platform AllLaying the boards Damage to product Lay the first board with groove towards the wall and leave a 12mm expansion gap all-round the room between the floor and the wall CarpenterApply construction adhesive using a calking gunCut end off of adhesive tube Cut through body parts Ensure opposite hand is well clear of cutting area CarpenterFit nozzle to tube Environmental – Waste Generation Ensure components are fitted together correctly to prevent leakage AllSkin irritation Refer to manufacturers Safety Data Sheet (SDS) prior to commencement AllCut end of nozzle to correct size Cut through body parts Ensure opposite hand is well clear of cutting area CarpenterEnvironmental – Waste Generation Cut the nozzle leaving the hole to match the size of the joint to be sealed AllApply adhesive Eye Damage Avoid contact with eyes; In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre AllInhalation of toxic and noxious fumes Ensure adequate ventilation AllSkin irritation Refer to manufacturers Safety Data Sheet (SDS) prior to commencement AllWash hands immediately if contact with skin occurs AllPosition floorboards together using a plank jack/ floor dogPosition jack against floorboard Incorrect installation procedure Obtain correct installation instructions or seek advise from competent person AllWind jack to apply pressure to board Pinch point injury Ensure opposite hand is well clear CarpenterDamage to product Do not apply excessive force CarpenterSecret-nail boards permanently to the joists or battens with a Impulse (gas) secret-nailing gunPick up the nail gun Unintentional tool operation Do not contact or squeeze the trigger until the tool is positioned on the work piece in preparation of the fastening operation OperatorDo not use the tool as a hammer OperatorShoot nail into timber Eye Damage Ensure correct use of PPE – Safety Glasses All Shooting nail into hand or body part Ensure hands and body parts are not under direction of fire Carpenter Never pull the trigger unless the nose is directed toward the work All Nail jamming Use only the correct and properly sized fastener specified for the tool Operator Cutting or separation of the nail head Use only the correct and properly sized fastener specified for the tool Operator Explosion Never use the tool in the presence of flammable materials or flammable vapours Operator Injury to pedestrians/ bystanders/ other workers Always keep the tool pointed in a safe direction Carpenter Ensure no one is in the potential path of a flying fastener, should the fastener break through the work piece and fly freely Carpenter Ensure constant communication with all who are in the vicinity. All Unexpected recoil Always grip the tool handle firmly Operator Do not overreach Operator Fastener breaking through or missing the work piece and flying freely Never operate the tool at the edge of a work piece Carpenter Ensure no one is in the potential path of a flying fastener, should the fastener break through the work piece and fly freely Carpenter Loosing balance Always maintain a firm stance Operator Putting down the tool Unintentional tool operation Do not drop the tool, put it down CarpenterRepeat the above process steps until completion of taskRepeat the above steps As per previous steps As per previous steps AllInterior flooring -Wet areasRefer to the installation guide http://www.jameshardie.com.au/uploads/file/2016110370399f-Scyon_Secura_Interior_Flooring_June%2016.pdf “Sycon Secura interior flooring” Remove all materials, equipment, and waste from siteLoad all materials, equipment, and waste into vehicle Manual handling injuries Ensure correct manual handling procedures are followed AllShare lifting loads AllUse mechanical lifting device where practicable AllUse two people to lift AllEye Damage Ensure correct use of PPE – Safety Glasses AllInjury to pedestrians/ bystanders/ other workers Ensure constant communication with all who are in the vicinity. AllEnsure exclusion zones are flagged off and warning signage is clearly visible. Site SupervisorEnsure safe zones and thoroughfares are kept clean and easily accessible. Site SupervisorMoving Machinery Ensure constant communication with co-workers OperatorEnsure pre-start checks and logbook completed. OperatorLicenced operator only OperatorUse bunting and signage as required AllUse spotter as necessary OperatorClean up work areaPick up all off cuts / rubbish from work area Cuts and lacerations Wear PPE if sharp edges are exposed AllDue care by personnelEnsure correct handling to prevent injuryManual handling injuries Ensure correct manual handling procedures are followedUse mechanical lifting device where practicableShare lifting loadsEye Damage Ensure correct use of PPE – Safety GlassesPut all off cuts into bin or designated area provided on site Environmental – Waste Generation Ensure all recyclable materials are collected for recycling AllEnsure work area is left clean and free of debris Material blowing away Ensure stacked in a safe manner and tied down if necessary AllQualificationsCertificate III in Bricklaying / BlocklayingCertificate III in Carpentry (Preferred) or a competency level of working with timber and allied materialsCertificate III in Wall and Floor TilingCompletion of White Card InductionThe ability to work unsupervised and part of a team DutiesAdherence to company’s and the site’s WH&S policies and proceduresComply with any reasonable instruction by the PCBU (Person conducting a business or undertaking)Cooperate with any reasonable policies and procedures of the PCBUMaintain adequate housekeeping on siteOperate safely and perform daily pre-shift inspectionsReporting of any injuries / incidents to your Project SupervisorTake reasonable care for the health and safety of others TrainingCompetency in the Safe Operating Procedure of the selected hand toolsCompetency in the Safe Operating Procedure of the selected power toolsInstruction is the safe operating procedure of the selected power tools Codes of practice and legislation applicable to this workConstruction Work Code of PracticeHazardous Manual Tasks Code of PracticeWork Health and Safety Regulations 2011 under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012 under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 Plant and equipment to be used for the taskBattery Powered DrillBattery Powered Rattle GunBattery Powered SawHand ToolsImpulse (gas) Nail GunPlank Jack/ Floor dogPlanksTrestlesWarning signs and bunting as required Plant, equipment, and area safety inspectionElectrical tools to be tested and tagged and currentHand Tools Pre-Operation CheckPower Tools Pre-Operational Checks PPEEye protection Hearing Protection Hi Visibility Vests or Clothing Safety Boots Statement:I have read and understood the above JSEA/SWMS and have completed the following workplace induction training courses: WorkCover-accredited Construction Induction Company Induction Site-specific induction, including coverage of this JSEA/SWMS.Name: Position: Work to be undertaken: Experience (years): Qualifications/training: Signature Date  APPENDIX 4 WHS PLAN- SITE 1 AND 2 Document Control Insert your Business name here maintains an up to date version of this WHS Management Plan. • Retains all obsolete pages of the Plan for a minimum of 7 years to demonstrate a record of WH&S management practices.• Provides a copy of the current version of the Plan to Insert Principal Contractor name here• Reviews the Plan on a 3-monthly basis• Ensures all amendments to the Plan are recorded in the Register of Amendments. Register of Amendments (must record at least 1 amendment)Date Page/Form No. Version No. Description of Amendments Prepared by Approved by Distribution RegisterVersion No. Date of Issue Name of Recipient Position / Organisation Project Details and Introduction Organisation DetailsBusiness/Trading nameACN/ABNContract Job NumberDirector/ManagerAddressPhoneFaxMobileEmail The following table sets out a brief description of the work to be carried out by Insert your Business name here during the course of the insert trade activity contract/agreed works on the insert site name project managed by Insert Principal Contractor name here Date Description of Works No of Employees(inc subcontractors) The table below identifies the designated person on site responsible for the management of work health safety and environment. Name Contact Details Insert your Business name here will not commence construction work at a place of work unless Insert Principal Contractor name here has provided Insert your Business name here with a copy of the relevant parts of their workplace WHS Management Plan (or equivalent); Work Health Safety and Environment Policy At Insert your Business name here a commitment to work health, safety and the environment is part of the business. This is achieved through: • complying with statutory requirements, codes, standards, and guidelines.• setting up objectives and targets with the aim of eliminating work related incidents in relation to our activities, products, and services; and• defining roles and responsibilities for work health, safety, and environment. Strategies will include: • ensuring work health, safety and environment management principles are included in all organisational planning activities.• providing ongoing education and training to all of our employees.• consulting with employees and other parties to improve decision-making on work health, safety, and environment matters.• ensuring incidents are investigated and lessons are learnt within the organisation.• distributing work health, safety, and environment information, including this policy, to all employees and interested parties.• providing enough resources to ensure work health, safety and environment is a central part of the organisation; and• ensuring effective injury management and rehabilitation is provided to all employees. Director / Manager________________________ Date____// Insert name here is responsible for WHS at the workplace and duties include: communicating WHS performance to the Works Manager.assisting the Works Supervisor to develop and implement the WHS Plan.providing advice on WHS to all employees.being a part of planning and design in work activities.determining WHS legal requirements for the work activity or trade.making sure WHS work procedures are followed.coordinating injury management / return to work for injured employees.reviewing WHS reports and inspections.setting up and being a part of WHS meetings and programs.setting up Toolbox Talks on a regular basis.insisting on sound WHS practices at all times.setting up and conducting WHS inductions.conducting incident investigations.communicating with the Works Manager/Works Supervisor on WHS matters.making sure records are kept under these guidelines.being part of inspections and ensuring recommendations are completed; andother WHS duties as directed by the Works Manager. Print Name: ______ Signed: ____________Date: / / _ Manual Handling Policy At Insert your Business name here we are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for employees and visitors. We are committed to preventing and reducing work related injuries associated with manual handling tasks and ensuring that we comply with the Work Health and Safety Act and the Work Health and Safety Regulations. We will achieve this by:• Promoting and supporting a consultative process between employees and managers• Ensuring that all manual handling tasks likely to pose a foreseeable risk to health and safety are assessed and control measures are implemented to eliminate or reduce the risk• Designing out problems with equipment, procedures, and the workplace surroundings• Supporting a special program for addressing manual handling issues Our Managers are accountable for ensuring that the WHS Act and the WHS Regulations are implemented and that employees receive adequate training to safely perform their tasks. Employees are encouraged to raise and discuss manual handling issues as they arise so that we can continuously improve health and safety performance. Director / Manager________________________ Date____//  EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES Are responsible for the following: working in a safe manner without risk to themselves, others, or the environment.complying with the WHS Management Plan including all Safe Work Method Statements.reporting all incidents to the Works Supervisor.reporting all injuries and illnesses to the designated First Aid Officer.reporting any WHS hazards to the Works Supervisor.providing suggestion, through agreed consultation methods, on how to improve WHS issues.seeking assistance if unsure of WHS rules.reporting any faulty tools or plant to the Works Supervisor.complying with site rules.correctly using all personal protective equipment; andcomplying with emergency and evacuation procedures. Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Print Name: _____ Signed: ______________Date: / / _ Workplace Inspection Checklist Insert your Business name here inspects the work activity(s) and work area and provide a completed Workplace Inspection Checklist each week to the principal contractor for the duration of the works.Workplace InspectionWorkplace DateInspected By SignatureItem Item CorrectYes/ No/NA Action Priority1/2/3 Action By Close Out By Close Out DateAccess/EgressAccess paths clearAccess paths defined (signage tape, other)Prohibited areas display warning signs and barricadedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Dust/Air QualityDust suppressed/watered downStockpiles protected from windPlant & equipment maintained to minimise emissionsYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐ElectricalElectrical equipment tested & taggedRegister of tagging currentPortable generator fitted RCDPortable Residual Current Device (RCD) tested/ taggedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐First Aid/Emergency/InjuryFirst aid kit providedKit stocks refreshedFirst Aid Officer availableEvacuation procedure in placeEmergency contacts displayedFire extinguisher/equipment availableYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Manual HandlingTrolleys/aids in useSWMS followedTraining/job rotation undertakenYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Hazardous Substances/Dangerous GoodsRegister currentMSDS availableSWMS lists precautions for useStorage area bundedRefuelling SWMS followedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Height workPerimeter protectionHandrails in placePenetrations coveredFall restraint/arrest system in useSWMS followedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐HousekeepingMaterials stackedWork area litBins available & in useSignage in placeLeads suspendedWalkway/stairs/work area clearYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐NoisePlant & equipment maintainedSite hours observedNoisy works identifiedHearing protection used (SWMS)Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Personal Protective EquipmentUsed when required (SWMS)Correctly used by employeesYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Plant & EquipmentPlant register currentMaintenance records providedDaily logbook completedOperator ticketed/competency verified & SWMS followedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Public ProtectionWork area secure from publicOverhead protection providedYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Stormwater/run offSilt control fences in placeStormwater inlets protectedDischarges contained, e.g. pump out, slurry/otherYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐TrainingAll employees have:General industry (safety awareness) trainingSite specific induction trainingWork activity (SWMS) training Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐ 1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐VegetationFencing around drip line of retained treesNo material/equipment stored within drip lineYes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Waste ManagementWaste reduction plan in placeWaste contractor records availableBins for litter/cigarette butts/other providedHazardous wastes captured & correct disposal, e.g. paint sludge/ contaminated soil/other Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐ 1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐Other………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐1 ☐ 2 ☐ 3 ☐ All items noted for correction have been rectifiedName SignedDate Time Plant and Equipment Register The following register contains details of all plant and equipment to be used by Insert your Business name here during the course of the work activities. Examples include lifting gear, firefighting equipment, mobile plant, fall restraint equipment and other. Plant Type Serial No. / Registration No. Make / Model Registration with Authority Required. Y/N Authority Registration Expiry Date(if applicable) Date last service or maintenance record available Required Maintenance Frequency Alteration DetailsY / N / NA Date On Site Logbook Available Plant and Equipment Pre-start Checklist Insert your Business name here completes the following checklist prior to initial plant operation at the workplace. Item Description CheckRisk assessment A checklist should identify general hazards and associated risks relating to the use of the plant & equipment e.g. entanglement, crushing, striking, electrical or other. The checklist should then detail control measures to eliminate or minimise risk. Yes ☐ No ☐Logbook A current logbook recording daily safety Pre-start checks. These are subject to random inspection. Yes ☐ No ☐Maintenance Reports Proof of ongoing maintenance, i.e. maintenance records. The records should note the most recent inspection and who conducted that inspection. It may also describe any repair work carried out on the plant. Most importantly, there should be no outstanding items noted for repairs. Yes ☐ No ☐Operator’s Manual An operator’s manual relevant to the item of plant and which is to be kept with the plant. Yes ☐ No ☐Operator Certification Copy of operator’s certification or licence to operate the plant. Where no statutory certification is required, evidence of competence by the operator in the use of the plant. Yes ☐ No ☐ Plant ProviderName Signature Date Plant InspectedPlant Type/MakeSerial No.Company Inspection Verified ByName Signature DatePlant and Equipment ChecklistThe following checklist is completed as a general and regular check on plant operation at the workplace. Plant and Equipment ChecklistService Provider namePlant type / makePlant No. Serial No:Description CheckRisk assessment Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Operator’s manual Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Maintenance reports Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Logbook Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Competency ticket/licence of operator Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Fire extinguisher Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Crack test reports Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Chains tested and tagged Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Regulatory Authority plant registration Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Flashing light Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Forward/reverse beeper Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Tested and tagged electrically Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Seat belt Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Roll over Protection (ROPS) Yes ☐ No ☐ n/a ☐Plant Provider Name Signature DateInspection Verified ByName Signature Date Hazardous Substances and Dangerous Goods Register The following hazardous substances exist in the workplace. A copy of the MSDS has been forwarded to the person responsible for First Aid. Product Name Application Quantity Product labelled MSDS Classified as Hazardous in the MSDSYes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Hazard Report Where a hazard cannot be immediately corrected, insert your Business name here records the hazard in the Hazard Report. GeneralDateWorkplaceSubmitted By SignatureSubmitted To Signature Details of HazardLocationWork Activity Hazard identifiedin relation to thework activity Control MeasuresCorrective Action Required By WhomBy Whom When ImmediateWithin 24 hrs Within 7 Days ☐☐☐CompletionCorrective Action Completed By SignatureTime DateConfirmed By SignatureWHS Management Plan Checklist Insert your Business name here reviews all WH&S policies and procedures every 3 months to determine the effectiveness of the WHS Management Plan in addressing WHS in the workplace. GeneralProject NameLocationAuditorOther Attendees Activities Reviewed ConformsChanges and distribution of the WHS Mgt Plan are recorded Yes ☐ No ☐Project details / Description of works / Organisation details are current Yes ☐ No ☐WHS Policy signed and dated by Director/Manager Yes ☐ No ☐Hazards are identified and risks are assessed Yes ☐ No ☐Controls for high risk activities are documented (Safe Work Method Statement(s)) Yes ☐ No ☐Training and Competency Register is current Yes ☐ No ☐Site Specific Induction Training records are current Yes ☐ No ☐SWMS Training is current Yes ☐ No ☐Roles and responsibilities are allocated and signed Yes ☐ No ☐Consultation arrangements (nature, topics, intervals) are documented Yes ☐ No ☐Plant / Equipment Register is current Yes ☐ No ☐Hazardous Substances / Dangerous Goods Register is current Yes ☐ No ☐Personal Protective Equipment Register is current Yes ☐ No ☐Periodic Workplace Inspection Checklists are completed Yes ☐ No ☐Register of Injuries is current Yes ☐ No ☐Incident Investigation Reports are completed Yes ☐ No ☐Hazard Reports are completed Yes ☐ No ☐Electrical Equipment Register is current Yes ☐ No ☐Injury Management and Return-to-Work Program is displayed Yes ☐ No ☐Workers Compensation Information is current Yes ☐ No ☐ Items Identified for Correction Outstanding Issues and Recommendations Follow upactions required Yes ☐ No ☐ When Completed ByName PositionSignature Date  Site Safety Rules Insert your Business name here is committed to work health and safety. We are all responsible for our own safety and the safety of others around us. In addition to Insert Principal Contractor name here site safety rules, the following rules are to be adhered to. The following Site rules are for the safety of all in the workplace. These are general rules for all sites but do not replace the specific site rules for the Building Companies/Clients sites that you are working on. REGULATIONS & ACTS:These guidelines DO NOT replace any Acts’ or Regulations. All Acts’, Regulations and Codes of Practice having jurisdiction over work must be followed. Non-adherence to safety rules is a serious breach of the WH&S Act and the WH&S Regulations. Continued breaches of these guidelines will not be tolerated and could lead to statutory prosecution or termination of agreement or employment. GENERAL SITE SAFET REQUIREMENTS:It is a condition of entry to Insert Principal Contractor name here site that you are inducted with their company specific site safety rules by the Site Supervisor or WHS Representative. It is also a condition that you adhere to Insert your Business name here ‘s Safety Health and Environment Policy. All persons on site are to have their General Construction Induction Card on them at all times. You will be sent home from site if you are not carrying it. At all times only competent safety minded employees are permitted on site. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:PPE used on site must comply with the appropriate Australian Standard. Use safety and other equipment when and wherever required. Every employee owes it to himself/herself, his/her family to use and properly care for PPE provided for on the job site. Any faults in the condition of any of the equipment should be reported to Insert your Business name here Site Supervisor or Manager for action. Safety equipment including gloves, safety goggles, helmets and earmuffs are available from Insert your Business name here for your protection. USE THEM AND DO NOT TAMPER WITH THEIR OPERATION. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESMENT:Before commencing work on site identify any hazards that are present in your work area or on site, assess any risks and arrange for appropriate control measures to be put in place. Insert your Business name here Risk Assessment must be undertaken. SITE CLEANLINESS:An unclean site is a dangerous site. You must ensure that all refuse generated by your work is cleaned up progressively so as not to cause a hazard (minimum requirement is daily). ALWAYS use sanitary facilities and keep them clean and tidy. When provided, keep lunchrooms clean and tidy. Rubbish must be cleaned promptly. Rubbish bins are provided for you on majority of sites USE THEM. Off cuts of materials (if no recycling is arranged) are to be placed in the rubbish bins provided. GENERAL PROHIBITIONS: The following actions will be considered an offence and will not be tolerated on site:• Refusal to act on safety instructions issued by site management or supervisors• Using other than the sanitary facilities• Fighting or the use of aggressive language or behaviour which could be considered discriminatory or related to racial vilification• Removal of guardrails or barricades without approval or alternative protection• Vandalism or stealing of any kind• Allowing firearm or another weapon on site• Allowing dog or animals on site• Allowing child or children on site• Allowing unauthorised visitor on site• Failing to report an accident or incident• Failing to secure the site e.g.: locking door or replacing perimeter fencing after completion of work. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS:Alcohol and drugs of abuse must not be brought onto or consumed on site. If you are affected, you will not be permitted on site and you may face possible termination of employment.If you identify any discarded hypodermic needles on site, you must ensure they are disposed of in a safe manner. SAFETY FOOTWEAR:The wearing of safety footwear is MANDATORY. Suitable footwear must be worn at all times on site. Bare feet, thongs, flimsy or unsuitable footwear is prohibited. SAFETY HELMETS:Safety helmets should be worn on every site in areas nominated as hard hat zones by the site supervisor/foreman. In particular where:• Any employee is working below other persons; or• There is a likelihood of any persona being struck by or sticking an object UNSAFE EQUIPMENT PRACTICES:Report immediately any unsafe equipment, material, or work practices to the Foreman/Supervisor. SCAFFOLD:Any person having to perform work above 2 metres must be supplied with a perimeter rail system, scaffold, or other approved fall arrest system. A licensed/competent scaffolder must erect scaffold over 4metres. All scaffolds must be erected to conform to the Australian Standards and manufacturers/suppliers’ specifications. Never remove guard rails, planks, handrails, or ladders for any reason. If scaffolding needs to be altered speak to Supervisor. Before using scaffolding ensure that all wheels are locked. OPENINGS:Floor openings and excavations are to be adequately guarded or barricaded or otherwise protected to prevent someone falling. If timber is to be used as handrail protection it must be minimum F8 grade timber or equivalent and be suitable size for opening. If a barrier has to be removed for work, make sure it is replaces again before you leave area. ELECTRICAL SAFETY:Electrical leads must be suspended where required. Use only power tools and leads that have been tested and tagged within the last 3months by a qualified electrician. Electrical Register is to be maintained.• All electrical fittings to comply with AS 3000 wiring rules• All temporary electrical fittings must be fitted with an earth leakage/residual current device• All plant and equipment must be checked regularly in accordance with the relevant Code of Practice• All fittings to extension cords to be either non-rewireable (moulded) or transparent• All leads and power cables to be supported above work area and passageway to provide clear access for personnel and vehicles• Only approved portable multi-boards are to be used EXPLOSIVE TOOLS:Only trained and qualified personnel are to use approved explosive power tools WELDING AND CUTTING:Unauthorised use of welding and cutting equipment is prohibited. All equipment must be in good working order. Users must wear suitable protective clothing PLANT AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS:All plant and equipment prescribed under WH&S Plan Regulations MUST conform to the following:• Have the health and safety information and/or risk assessment for safe operation of the piece of plant and equipment• Have the relevant servicing details available?• Be registered with site supervisor in the Plant Record Register• Be operated by a certified person who has appropriate certificates or proof of competency for operating that plant or equipment MANUAL HANDLING AND LIFTING:You can avoid painful and long-lasting injuries, which can be caused by incorrect lifting by following simple Lifting Techniques:• Use mechanical lifting equipment where necessary• Plan the lift by estimating the load and knowing exactly where it is to be placed• Ensure that access to the area is clear• Avoid lifting excessively heavy loads, get help• Avoid bending your back to pick up a load – bend your knees and keep your back straight• Hold the load as close as possible to your body• Avoid twisting while lifting or carrying• Take care to reduce the likelihood of slips and falls which jar the spine DANGEROUS GOODS and HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES:No Hazardous substance, which has the potential through being used at work to harm the health or safety of persons in the workplace, shall be brought on to site unless: –• Accompanied by the relevant Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)• It is first reported to the site supervisor WORK METHOD STATEMENT:Insert your Business name here managers, supervisors, employees shall apply a Duty of Care responsibility by carrying out a Risk Assessment of their workplace on a continual basis and complying with Work instructions and Work Procedures as per the Work Method Statement (SWMS). SIGNAGE:Safety signage is for the information of all on site. Do not cover or impair view of signage. Pay attention to and heed all safety warning signs, they are here for your protection. ACCIDENTS:Any accident or dangerous occurrence must be reported immediately to Insert Principal Contractor name here Site Supervisor and Insert your Business name here‘s Supervisor. All persons requiring first aid treatment are to contact THE first aid medical officer who will administer treatment and record the accident in the register of injuries. FIRST AID EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:If an accident emergency happens on a site, notify the first aid officer and/or site the supervisor. Reporting procedure for minor and major accidents is to be followed. If site supervisor or first aider is unavailable or unable to be located:● Call “000” and state the authority required i.e. ambulance, fire brigade etc.● Identify who is calling and leave contact telephone number● Give the address/name of building site● State what has happened and the general nature of the injury● State what is being done to assist the injured person● Give any specific location of entry to site Keep calm and do not panic, do not interfere with the accident scene, make sure the employee is not moved unless there is a higher risk of being injured. Assist authorities with access to the accident location. Do not make any statements to anyone regarding the circumstances of an accident unless legally authorised to do so. The scene of a non-disturbance occurrence (accident) and the surrounding area must not be disturbed in any way, other than to assist the injured person or make the area safe Risk AssessmentThis Risk Assessment provides a format to assist the workplace controller record the identification of potential hazards of the proposed work, assess the risks involved and develop control measures to eliminate or minimize the risk. A risk assessment of the work activities and the workplace is to be undertaken prior to commencement of work, and a record kept. Safe Work Method Statement Insert your Business name here has undertaken an assessment of the risks associated with the work activities and has provided to the principal contractor a written Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS). Insert your Business name here maintains and updates the SWMS, and provides the updated SWMS to the Insert Principal Contractor name here IDENTIFY HAZARDS: ”The Safe Work method Statement” identifies the “High Risk Construction Work” hazards that are applicable to this project, the potential hazards of the work activities, assess the risks involved and develops controls measures to eliminate, or minimise, the risks. The risk management process is carried out in consultation with employees. ” The Safe Work Method Statement” breaks down specific work activities into job steps to assist in identifying the potential high risk hazards. For each of the work activities and associated job steps identified in the SWMS, insert your Business name here has identified potential hazards and their risks. To assist in identifying hazards and risks, Insert your Business name here has considered the use of resources such as codes and standards, industry publications (i.e. safety alerts; hazard profiles for specific trade groups), workplace experience and consultation (i.e. Toolbox Talks). ASSESS RISKS: Insert your Business name here has identified a risk class/ranking for potential workplace hazards by referring to the categories ranging from high to low in a Risk Table. The Risk Table is used to determine the level of danger or seriousness (i.e. the consequence) of the risk, how likely it is that this risk will occur (i.e. likelihood/probability) and therefore how detailed control measures will need to be to eliminate or minimise the risk STEPS FOR FILLING OUT THE SWMS:• Consult with relevant workers involved with the high-risk construction work, on the activities involved and associated hazards, risks and controls.• In the “High Risk Construction Work” column on the first page, identify the high-risk construction work that will be undertaken.• In the “Job Steps” column list the job steps.• In the “Hazard Identification” column, list the hazards and risks for each Job step activity.• Identify the workplace circumstances that may affect the way in which the high-risk construction work will be done, for example:• information relating to the design of the structure, the workplace (e.g. location, access, transport) and information contained in the WHS Management Plan• Information on any ‘essential services’ located on or near the workplace• confirmation the regulator has been advised of any ‘notifiable work’ (e.g. demolition work involving explosives)• safe work methods and plant to be used. In the “Initial Risk Rating” column, using the “Risk Table”, rate the identified risks. In the “Control Measures Implemented” column, select an appropriate control or combination of controls by working through the hierarchy of controls. It is important you are able to justify why the selected control measure is reasonably practicable for the specific workplace. In the “Revised Risk” column, using the “Risk Table”, rate the level of risk once the controls have been implemented. If the revised risk rating is still 1, 2 or 3 do not start work until better control measures are implemented and the revised risk rating is 4, 5 or 6. In the “Person Responsible” column, list the name or position of the person or persons responsible for ensuring the controls are implemented Selecting control measuresEliminate the risks so far as is reasonable practicable.If this is not reasonably practicable, minimise them so far as reasonably practicable by:• substituting the hazard• isolating the hazard• implementing engineering controlsIf the risk still remains, minimise the remaining risk by implementing administrative controlsIf the risk still remains, minimise the remaining risk by ensuring the provision and use of suitable personal protective equipment (PPE). COMPLIANCE, MONITORING AND REVEIWBrief each team member on the SWMS before commencing work. Ensure each team member knows the work is to stop if the SWMS is not followed. Observe the work being carried out and monitor compliance with the SWMS. Review risk controls regularly, including:• before a change occurs to the work itself, the system of work or the work location• if a new hazard associated with the work is identified• when new or additional information about the hazard becomes available• when a notifiable incident occurs in relation to the work• when risk controls are inadequate or the SWMS is not being followed. In all of the above situations stop the work, review the SWMS, adjust as required and re-brief the team.Keep the SWMS in a readily available location for the duration of the high risk construction work and for at least 2 years after a notifiable incident occurs. If high risk construction work is being carried out in connection with a construction project, the principal contractor must be provided with a copy of the SWMS before the high risk work starts. DECLARATION – WHS PLANI …………………………………………………………have reviewed the WHS and declare I and my team will comply with the WHS plan at all times Appendix 5 Material List Plan 1 Site 1: Lot 1630 Latitude Promenade Truganina List the materials you will need to complete the task. Referring to the site plan, prepare a materials list. Then calculate the quantity required.Material description Size Quantity Plan 2 Site 2: 10 Moreton Street Balwyn Material description Size Quantity APPENDIX 6 – ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST To be completed by the assessor whist observing the student perform the task as outlined in this documentStudent Name Who was present for the observation task? Please list NamePosition Note to the assessor Assessors note: You must record in detail under the explain below how the student demonstrated their ability to satisfactorily perform this task when participating in observation activity. Record your observations in detail under the section labelled “Explain How”. You need to ensure that you take detailed notes on the performance of the learner in the explanation section providedIs reasonable adjustment required to complete this task. If yes please explain ☐Yes ☐ No If yes please explain: ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 1Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to identify types of drawings and their functions . The student can?Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS☐ Identify The main types of plans and drawings used in the construction sector of the industry including but not limited to:❒ construction plans❒ cross-sectional plans❒ dimensions and notes❒ illustrations❒ longitudinal plans❒ project specifications❒ site plans❒ structural detail and specification providing illustrations and dimensions ☐ ☐☐ Identify 6 key features and functions of each type of drawing including but not limited to:❒ characteristics❒ compatibility❒ construction❒ location❒ pattern dimension❒ quantities❒ sizes❒ type of product or service ☐ ☐☐ Identify quality requirements of company operations.❒ Australian standards❒ internal company quality policy and standards❒ manufacturer specifications, where specified❒ workplace operations and procedures. ☐ ☐☐ Interpret job plans, specifications and environmental plans including environmental requirements and controls such as clean-up management and waste management ☐ ☐☐ Ensure Safety (OHS/WHS) requirements are followed in accordance with safety plans and policies at all times. Identify all relevant site hazards and implement hazard control measures as appropriate. To do this complete the safety checklist (appendix 3)☐ ☐☐ Select the relevant tools, equipment and PPE to carry out tasks ensuring they are consistent with job requirements, and check for serviceability (appendix 4). Ensure any faults (appendix 5) are rectified and reported prior to commencement using appendix 5. ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place on line and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace  ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 2Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to recognise amendments. The student can?Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS☐ Recognise amendments by checking and verifying the title panel of project documentation ensuring the latest amendments to the drawing are evident. Project documentation could include:❒ contracts❒ drawings❒ schedule of rates❒ specifications❒ standard procedures and practices❒ supplementary specifications❒ work schedules. ☐ ☐☐ Recognise amendments by checking and verifying the currency of informationSpecifications detail relating to materials and quality of work, quality assurance, nominated subcontractors, and provision of site access/facilities to identify details relating to performance, including:❒ characteristics❒ material types❒ standards of work❒ tolerances❒ treatments and finishes ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace  ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 3Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ On line (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to recognise commonly used symbols and abbreviations. The student can? Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS ☐ Recognise and interpret commonly used construction symbols and abbreviations ☐ ☐☐ Locate legend on project drawings ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 4Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to locate and identify key features on a site plan. The student can? Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS ☐ Identify orientation of the plan with the site. ☐ ☐☐ Identify six key features of the site plan. ☐ ☐☐ Gain access to simulated work site and adhere to signage requirements as required. ☐ ☐☐ Identify services, main features, contours and datum of site ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 5Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to identify project requirements. The student can? Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS ☐ Identify six construction dimensions, levels and locations from the project plans ☐ ☐☐ Identify six ancillary works dimensions, levels and locations from the project plans ☐ ☐☐ Identify environmental controls and locations ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 6Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to read and interpret job specifications. The student can? Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS ☐ Identify job specifications from drawings, notes and descriptions ☐ ☐☐ Identify standards of work, finishes and tolerances from the project specifications.☐ ☐☐ Identify the dimensions, material requirements and processes to be followed for a minimum of two formal specifications ☐ ☐☐ Use numeracy skills to apply measurements and make calculations, including heights, areas, volumes and grades when identifying correct materials. Check calculations prior to the commencement of any work.▪ Determine material attributes:❒ characteristics❒ construction requirements❒ treatments and finishes❒ types.Calculate material quantities:❒ Material quantity requirements are calculated in accordance with plans, specifications, and quality requirements.❒ Materials appropriate to the work application are identified, obtained, prepared, safely handled, and located ready for use.☐ ☐☐ Identify, obtain, prepare, safely handle and locate materials appropriate to the work application ready for use. Complete the material list (appendix 6)☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observation Write your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace  ASSESSOR OBSERVATION CHECKLIST – CRITERION 7Before commencing was this observation conducted:☐ In the workplace as a workplace observation in real time☐ Via simulation with access to a real workplace☐ In a simulated classroom environment☐ Online (mainly used for meetings) When observing the student perform this task, the student was able to demonstrate their ability to demonstrate skills relevant to the task. The student can? Criterion (All criterion must be satisfactory to pass) S NS ☐ Ability to use communication skills to:❒ enable clear and direct communication, using questioning to identify and confirm requirements, share information, listen and understand❒ read and interpret documentation from a variety of sources drawings and specifications including site plans, floor plans, elevations plan and electrical plans❒ use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences❒ use and interpret non-verbal communication, such as hand signals ☐ ☐☐ Ability to report faults in tools, equipment and materials☐ ☐☐ Ability to apply numeracy skills to measurements and make calculations, including heights, areas, volumes and grades ☐ ☐☐ Ability to demonstrate organisational skills, including the ability to plan and set out work ☐ ☐☐ Applied teamwork skills to work with others to action tasks and relate to people from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds and with varying physical and mental abilities ☐ ☐☐ Ability to use technological skills to:❒ use a range of mobile technology, such as two-way radio and mobile phones❒ voice and hand signals to access and understand site-specific instructions ☐ ☐Observation comments. You (assessor) must detail exactly what was observed including the setting, people involved and how this section was performed and to what level taking into consideration the outcome for each observable item in the checklist. Should the student receive an NS for any of the items then arrangements must be made for reassessment. It should be noted that one or more dates can be utilised. For example, a section of the assessment may require a meeting so therefore that meeting can take place online and most likely will be on a different day to a role play observationWrite your comment here. OBSERVATION DATE/S (AS REQUIRED) – Insert the dates all observations took place for this section ……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….……./……./…….☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace ☐Simulated☐workplace  RECORD OF ASSESSMENT TASK 3 SIMULATED PRACTICAL AND/OR WORKPLACE OBSERVATIONTo be completed by the assessorLearner details Assessor details Name NameUnit Code CPCCCM2001A Unit Title Read and interpret plans and specificationsRecord of assessment results (please tick appropriate box).ASSESSORS NOTE: Before making a final judgement on this assessment task, you must determine if the student is able to satisfactorily apply and perform the following criteria. Review the knowledge evidence by clicking on the link https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/CPCCCM2001A. Marking should be in line with the guides to completing the appendixes and/or attachments provided as the performance evidence, performance criterion and foundation skills is underpinned by this assessment task. All assessment tasks or parts for each section must be deemed satisfactory to achieve a satisfactory outcome for this task. If a NS is provided for any section or questions relating to this task, then the task outcome should be treated as NS and the reassessment process should be applied. If a NS (not satisfactory) outcome is applied, then you must inform the student in detail as to “why” this outcome was provided. Record your reasons in the section labelled “Not satisfactory (NS) outcomes”. See below for recording appropriate informationAssessment activity – The learner has completed all the assessments requirements for this unit of competency and has been deemed Final outcome Date of final outcomeTask 3 – Simulated practical observation – Part 1 Read and interpret plans and specifications and their functions, recognise amendments, symbols and abbreviations (Appendix 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8) ☐Satisfactory ☐ Not satisfactory Task 3 – Simulated practical observation – Part 2 Locate and identify key features on site plans and identify project requirements (Appendix 7, 8) ☐Satisfactory ☐ Not satisfactory Task 3 – Simulated practical observation – Assessor Observation Checklist (Appendix 8) ☐Satisfactory ☐ Not satisfactory Attempts Attempt 1 …../……/……. Attempt 2 …../……/……. Attempt 3 …../.…../…..  Not satisfactory (NS) OutcomesPart number Record in detail the reason for the NS outcome applied Appeals – refer to the complaints and appeals policy and procedureIf you receive a Not Satisfactory assessment result you have the right to appeal. You have three assessment attempts. After the third attempt arrangements for payment will be made for reassessment purposes. Refer to your student hand book for more details on the complaints and appeals process.Assessor Feedback to learner:The assessor must write full feedback to the learner that is constructive and not generic Reasonable Adjustment(if applicable) explain why reasonable adjustment has been applied and the tasks it was applied to Assessor Intervention(if applicable) – did you need to assist the student in this assessment. If so please explain: Assessor Name Assessor Signature DateStudent declaration – I hereby certify that this assessment is my own work, based on my personal study and/or research. I have acknowledged all material and resources used in the presentation of this assessment whether they are books, articles, reports, internet searched or any other document or personal communication. I also certify that the assessment has not previously been submitted for assessment in any other subject or any other time in the same subject and that I have not copied in part or whole or otherwise plagiarised the work of other learning and/or other persons. I confirm that I understand that I must complete this assessment on my own. I confirm that I will not cheat or plagiarise or copy from another student during the completion of this assessment.Student name Student signature Date CPCCCA2011A: Handle Carpentry MaterialsTask 3 – Direct ObservationStudent Name Student ID NumberUnit Start Date Unit End DateAssessment Due Date Date SubmittedThis cover sheet is to be completed by the student and assessor and used as a record to determine student competency in this assessment taskThe assessment process and tasks were fully explained. Yes / NoI am aware of which evidence will be collected and how. Yes / NoI am aware of my right to appeal an assessment decision. Yes / NoI am aware that I can locate The RTO Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure on their website at (https://trinityinstitute.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/SC4-I-Complaints-and-Appeals-PP-v2.0.pdf)Yes / NoI have discussed any additional educational support or reasonable adjustments I require in order to undertake this assessment with the Student Support Services Officer and Trainer / Assessor, (if applicable). e.g. Student Handbook and Access and Equity Policy https://trinityinstitute.edu.au/student-handbook-policies/Yes / NoI have access to all required resources via Moodle? Yes / NoCheating & Plagiarism DeclarationStudent Declaration: In accordance with The RTO Plagiarism Policy, I hereby acknowledge by signing this declaration that I have not cheated or plagiarised any work regarding the assessment tasks undertaken in this unit of competency except where the work has been correctly acknowledged.NOTE: Student must sign this prior to submitting their assessments to the assessorSignature Date: _ / / 20__ Assessment Results Satisfactory or Not Yet Satisfactory(Please circle the assessment result for this task)Feedback to Student – Please provide general feedback on the student’s performance Student Declaration: – I verify that the work completed is my own and that I was adequately informed of the assessment process prior to commencing this assessment task. Assessor Declaration: – I verify that I have adequately explained and negotiated the assessment tasks with the student prior to commencing assessment. Student Name: Assessor Name:Student Signature Date Assessor Signature Date Assessor Guide for Practical AssessmentAssessor Instructions Instructions to include, but not limited to: Assessors will observe the student completing the tasks.Students may work individually or in pairs depending on class size.Assessment is based on the Assessment Requirements of each unit.At any time, students may refer to manuals and their learning guides or Textbooks for further information if needed.If there is a clear breach of safety, assessors MUST intervene immediately and advise the student of the breach.Students MUST successfully follow environmental and sustainability best practice in a carpentry workplace before competency can be achieved for the practical component.Observable behaviors and answers to oral questions MUST be recorded on this document.If reassessment is required, this must be done after further study and discussion with the student.Task/s to be assessed The tasks you will be observing is what the student will be undertaking:The student MUST follow best practice in a carpentry workplace for specific applications that safely follows workplace procedures to meet required outcomes.Oral questioning During the practical demonstration you will ask the student observation questions that will address the skills and knowledge aspects of the unit of competency. The student will respond orally, and you will record the student’s response.Time allowed On average, the Assessments should take 2 – 4 hours to complete.Location Assessment will take place in a simulated workshop environment relevant to the trade stream being studied.Decision making rules To achieve a satisfactory outcome, the student MUST follow and complete all tasks before competency can be achieved for the practical component, and answer all questions presented by the Assessor.Expected answers to oral questions are indicative of the correct answer.Performance Observation Criteria for Assessment Task The assessment methods MUST be by direct observation of tasks on required skills and knowledge to ensure correct interpretation and application.Assessment conditions Assessors MUST satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements.Competency is to be assessed in the workplace or a simulated environment that accurately reflects performance in a real workplace setting.Assessment MUST include direct observation of tasks.Where assessment of competency includes third-party evidence, individuals MUST provide evidence that links them to having followed best practice in their carpentry workplace.Assessors MUST verify performance evidence through questioning on skills and knowledge to ensure correct interpretation and application.Resources required The following equipment MUST be made available to students:The students MUST be wearing the correct PPE.This is to include:● Safety boots/shoes,● Protective clothing,● Safety glasses, and● Gloves as requiredThe students MUST have the practical assessment sheet and a pen to complete each task.Results/Re-assessment ● You will grade either S – Satisfactory or NS – Not Satisfactory for the assessment. In all cases you will provide the student with feedback.● Only when all assessment tasks have been graded as S – Satisfactory the student will be deemed C – Competent in the final result of the unit of competency; if the student dose not satisfactorily complete all the assessment tasks the student will be deemed NYC – Not Yet Competent.● If the evidence is graded as NS – Not Satisfactory the student will be required to re-submit the evidence. In this case, the student will be provided with clear and constructive feedback based on the assessment decision so that they can improve your skills / knowledge prior to reassessment.● Where a ‘NS – Not Satisfactory’ judgement is made, the student will be given guidance on steps to take to improve your performance and provided the opportunity to resubmit evidence to demonstrate competence. You will determine and discuss the reasons for NS – Not satisfactory on any of the criteria and will assess the student through a different method of assessment e.g. verbal/oral questioning, problem solving exercises.Reasonable Adjustment You may adjust assessment conditions (vehicles, tools, analysis required) to suit workplace objectives provided that the integrity of the task is maintained.

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