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1 Jo Richardson Community School

2 BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in EngineeringTask: 1a Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1 - Materials and Equipment Handling - Own and others roles and responsibilities under the HASWA

3 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 1a Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1 - Materials and Equipment Handling - Own and others roles and responsibilities under the HASWA It shall be the duty of every employer to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work of all his employees. Without prejudice to the generality of an employer's duty under the preceding subsection, the matters to which that duty extends include in particular-- maintenance safe risks to health. Safety and absence of risk to health Instruction, training and supervision Safe and without risk to health Health and safety maintenance Working environment Welfare at work Safe, without risks to health T

4 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 1b Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1 - Duties of the Employee - Own and others roles and responsibilities under the HASWA Roles and Responsibilities under HASWA 1974 List THREE duties of an EMPLOYEE under the Health and Safety At Work Act Under the Act, it is the 'duty of every employee' whilst at work, to take all reasonable care for the health and safety of himself and other persons who may be effected by his acts and omissions. Employees are required to:

5 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 1b Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1 - Duties of the Employee - Own and others roles and responsibilities under the HASWA Roles and Responsibilities under HASWA 1974 List THREE duties of an EMPLOYEE under the Health and Safety At Work Act Under the Act, it is the 'duty of every employee' whilst at work, to take all reasonable care for the health and safety of himself and other persons who may be effected by his acts and omissions. Employees are required to: Co-operate with the employer to enable the duties placed on him (the employer) to be performed. Have regard of any duty or requirement imposed upon his employer or any other person under any of the statutory provisions. Not interfere with or misuse any thing provided in the interests of health, safety or welfare in the pursuance of any of the relevant statutory provisions. T

6 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 1c Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1: Working in an Engineering Workplace Working in an Engineering Workplace Whilst you are in the workshop, you are required to ensure that all materials and equipment are handled correctly. This means that you are expected to use your knowledge and understanding of the HASWA 1974 as a guideline to ensure all workers are working in a safe and approved manner. During your sessions in the workshop, you will be observed working in this way. YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR OBSERVATION SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA.

7 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 1d Grading Criteria: P1 Key Skills: Assignment: 1: Working in an Engineering Workplace Working in an Engineering Workplace Whilst you are in the workshop, you are required to ensure that all materials and equipment are handled correctly. This means that you are expected to use your knowledge and understanding of the HASWA 1974 as a guideline to ensure all workers are working in a safe and approved manner. Demonstrate this using a photograph on this page and annotating what safety considerations you have made.

8 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2a Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work. What is PPE? Personal Protective Equipment PPE What is PPE? What do the Regulations Require? List 4 other requirements that are required by the Regulations

9 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2b Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work - Personal Protection

10 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2c Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work - Good / Poor Practice with PPE Personal Protective Equipment PPE Identify GOOD PPE practice in the workshop Identify POOR PPE practice in the workshop

11 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2d Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work - Hazards and Types of PPE Personal Protective Equipment PPE Hazard and Types of PPE Hazard Options

12 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2d Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work - Hazards and Types of PPE Personal Protective Equipment PPE Hazard and Types of PPE Hazard Options Swarf when drillingGoggles Working with dirty materialsOveralls Working with heavy equipmentWear safety boots/shoes Long hair when using machinerySafety hairnet/baseball hat Working with sharp objectsWear gloves T

13 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2e Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: C2.1a Assignment: 2 - Personal Protective Equipment at Work - Accidents from wrong PPE Personal Protective Equipment PPE List at least 10 accidents which may occur from wearing the wrong PPE Accident Reason

14 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2f Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: Assignment: 2 - Hazardous Substances - 7 main groups of Hazardous Substances Hazardous Substances List SEVEN main groups of hazardous substances in a chart on this sheet Listed substances:

15 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2f Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: Assignment: 2 - Hazardous Substances - 7 main groups of Hazardous Substances Hazardous Substances List SEVEN main groups of hazardous substances in a chart on this sheet Listed substances: 1.Explosive 2.Oxidising 3.Extremely Flammable Highly Flammable 4.Harmful 5.Toxic Very Toxic 6.Irritant 7.Dangerous for the Environment EXTREMELY-HIGHLY- VERY - T

16 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2f Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: Assignment: 2 - Hazardous Substances - 7 main groups of Hazardous Substances Hazardous Substances List SEVEN main groups of hazardous substances in a chart on this sheet Listed substances: 1.Explosive 2.Oxidising 3.Extremely Flammable Highly Flammable 4.Harmful 5.Toxic Very Toxic 6.Irritant 7.Dangerous for the Environment EXPLOSIVEOXIDISINGEXTREMELY FLAMMABLE HIGHLY FLAMMABLE TOXICVERY TOXIC IRRITANT HARMFUL DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT T

17 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2g Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: Assignment: 2 - Lifting / Handling / Housekeeping Lifting and Handling techniques/Housekeeping and tidiness LIFTING AND HANDLING TECHNIQUES Safe working practices need to be adopted for manual operations such as Lifting, stacking and loading. Personnel need to be trained to perform these tasks so that the correct techniques are adopted and the correct PPE is used at all times. 1.List the main considerations when lifting a heavy load from the floor and illustrate this with a simple sketch (matchstick person). 2.What suitable PPE should you wear when lifting and handling heavy loads? HOUSEKEEPING AND TIDINESS A sign of a good worker is a clean and tidy working area. 1.List the THREE main things you should consider to ensure a safe, clean and tidy work area. (Note: You will be looking at this in more detail in a later task.) Correct Technique

18 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2h Grading Criteria: P2 Key Skills: Assignment 2: Selecting Correct PPE in the Workshop Selecting Correct PPE in the Workshop Whilst you are in the workshop, you are required to select and use appropriate personal protective equipment when undertaking a given Engineering Activity. During your sessions in the workshop, you will be observed working in this way. YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR OBSERVATION SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA.

19 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 2i Grading Criteria: P2Key Skills: Assignment 2: Selecting Correct PPE in the Workshop Selecting Correct PPE in the Workshop Whilst you are in the workshop, you are required to select and use appropriate personal protective equipment when undertaking a given Engineering Activity. Create a presentation using ICT to help the new students to the Engineering Club understand the decisions you make when you consider wearing PPE in the workshop. You will need to justify your decisions in this presention.

20 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: Grading Criteria: Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - FACT SHEET Elimination of Hazards – Pillar drill FACT SHEET The appropriate safety equipment must be used before using the pillar drill. Safety goggles must be worn to prevent hot, sharp swarf being propelled towards the eyes. The material being drilled must be securely fastened to the table. Loose clothing must be fastened to prevent entanglement. A protective apron must be worn to prevent hot, sharp swarf becoming entangled in personal clothing. The safety guard around the material/chuck helps to stop loose clothing or hair from becoming entangled in the chuck. The start/stop/reverse buttons for the machine. The kick stop (003b), when used, prevents the operator from reaching across the rotating chuck and therefore avoids a potential accident.

21 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3a Grading Criteria: P3 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Identify potential risks using tools, processes and equipment Risks and Hazards A risk is the exposure to the chance of injury or loss. For example: A fire-exit being obstructed may prevent people from leaving a dangerous area The hazard in this situation would be the chair that is obstructing the fire-exit. When making the ‘Bevel Gauge’ that you have been shown, what would the potential risks be from using the tools, materials, processes and equipment? What would the danger of not fulfilling the procedures be in an unsafe working environment? Use the chart below to list examples of risks that may occur. AreaProcessMaterialRisk Working Environment Following Procedure

22 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3a Grading Criteria: P3 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Identify potential risks using tools, processes and equipment Risks and Hazards AreaProcessMaterialHazard Working Environment Following Procedure Why is it important to identify Risks and Hazards in an Engineering Workplace? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________

23 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3a Grading Criteria: P3 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Identify potential risks using tools, processes and equipment Risks and Hazards A risk is the exposure to the chance of injury or loss. For example: A fire-exit being obstructed may prevent people from leaving a dangerous area The hazard in this situation would be the chair that is obstructing the fire-exit. When making the ‘Bevel Gauge’ that you have been shown, what would the potential risks be from using the tools, materials, processes and equipment? What would the danger of not fulfilling the procedures be in an unsafe working environment? Use the chart below to list examples of risks that may occur. AreaProcessMaterialRisk Pillar DrillDrilling HoleCold Rolled SteelEye Injury if correct PPE is not worn Pillar DrillDrilling HoleCold Rolled SteelEntanglement of loose clothing HacksawCutting MaterialCold Rolled SteelHand Injury Hand FileSmoothing MaterialCold Rolled SteelFile falling to floor or breaking Working EnvironmentWorking at a latheN/A Obstruction of Emergency Stop Button may prevent the machine to be stopped quickly in an emergency at the machine Following Procedure Clearing the workshop N/ABeing injured whilst sweeping the pillar drill T

24 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3a Grading Criteria: P3 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Identify potential risks using tools, processes and equipment Risks and Hazards AreaProcessMaterialHazard Pillar DrillDrilling HoleCold Rolled Steel Drill bit could break whilst drilling, causing an eye injury of goggles are not worn Pillar DrillDrilling HoleCold Rolled Steel Loose clothing around the wrist or that fall from the neck. For example; a tie; necklace or if gloves are worn. HacksawCutting MaterialCold Rolled Steel The blade could break whilst cutting if it is not secure in the frame properly Hand FileSmoothing MaterialCold Rolled Steel A loose or disconnected handle could fall off whilst drilling Working EnvironmentWorking at a latheN/A An obstruction to the emergency stop could be; someone else’s foot; a piece of material that has fallen; a piece of rubbish. Following Procedure Clearing the workshop N/A Swarf may have been left on the pillar drill by someone drilling a hole Why is it important to identify Risks and Hazards in an Engineering Workplace? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ T

25 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3b Grading Criteria: M1 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Carry out a risk assessment of a workshop area Type of HazardExample Details of Risk Additional control measures needed LowMedHigh Description of risk and existing control measures and who at risk Impaired emergency accessObstructed fire exit Electric ShockDamaged cables Impaired access to emergency stops Obstructed or out of reach Slips, Trips and FallsWet floor, working at height Fire/ExplosionFlammable vapours Impact, EntanglementMoving parts of machinery Injury from liftingMoving heavy items, bad posture Cuts and Puncture woundsSharp objects Heat/BurnsBrazing, Heat Loud NoiseMachinery, cutting Impaired VisionPoor lighting Personal SafetyWorking alone Training and BehaviourLack of training – Anti Social Behaviour Swarf from MachiningDamage to eyes/hands Other Hazard Name of person carrying out Risk Assessment: Time: Location:

26 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3b(i) Grading Criteria: M1 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Risks and Hazards - Carry out a risk assessment of a workshop area Carrying out a Risk Assessment It is important for any worker to assess the risk in their working environment. You must ensure that whilst you compete this task, the technician, Mr Poole will be observing you working in this way. You must ask the technician to sign a witness statement recognising the control measures you have suggested in your risk assessment YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR WITNESS SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA.

27 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3c(i) Grading Criteria: D1 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Safety Policy Document Health and Safety Policy Document You are to prepare of safety policy document for the workshop area around the lathes, pillar drills and milling machines in preparation for the ‘Engineering Club’. The policy document should be in the form of a ‘POSTER’ that will be displayed in the workshop. You should include references to relevant legislation (for example, the Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH). Your Health and Safety policy should take into account the fact that the main users of the area will be newcomers to Engineering (year 7, 8 and 9 pupils) and your policy should be worded so that it can be easily understood. You should arrange your health and safety policy under the following headings: 1.A general statement explaining what the policy is about and who needs to know about it. 2.Procedure for accident and incident reporting (what needs to be reported and who should it be reported to. 3.Manual handling and lifting. 4.Hazardous equipment and processes. 5.Electrical safety. 6.Fire and emergency evacuation. 7.Personal Protective Equipment. (PPE) 8.Safety Training (What instruction will be required before using the machines) 9.Risk assessment and safety inspection. 10.Health and Safety responsibilities – Names and roles of those responsible for H&S such as school office, first aid person and who to report hazards to regarding the workshop. Emergency telephone numbers. Produce the Policy on A4 paper with a clear heading – ‘HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR THE DT ENGINEERING CLUB’ Don’t forget that this is for years 7, 8 and 9 pupils! YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR OBSERVATION SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA.

28 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3c(ii) Grading Criteria: D1 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Safety Policy Document Health and Safety Policy Document Where can you find the legislation for the following that you have created policies for? List the websites and names of the documents that you would refer to. 1.Procedure for accident and incident reporting (what needs to be reported and who should it be reported to). 2.Manual handling and lifting. 3.Hazardous equipment and processes. 4.Electrical safety. 5.Fire and emergency evacuation. 6.Personal Protective Equipment. (PPE) 7.Safety Training (What instruction will be required before using the machines) 8.Risk assessment and safety inspection. 9.Health and Safety responsibilities – Names and roles of those responsible for H&S such as school office, first aid person and who to report hazards to regarding the workshop. Emergency telephone numbers.

29 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 3c(ii) Grading Criteria: D1 Key Skills: Assignment: 3 - Safety Policy Document Health and Safety Policy Document You must use this sheet to refer to relevant information on the following legislations to complete task 3c. Procedure for accident and incident reporting (what needs to be reported and who should it be reported to). Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 HMSO The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 Manual handling and lifting. Manual handling. Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 Hazardous equipment and processes. Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 Electrical safety. HMSO Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 Fire and emergency evacuation. Fire Precautions Regulations 1997 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Personal Protective Equipment. (PPE) The Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992 Safety Training (What instruction will be required before using the machines) Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Risk assessment and safety inspection. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Health and Safety responsibilities – Names and roles of those responsible for H&S such as school office, first aid person and who to report hazards to regarding the workshop. Emergency telephone numbers. Staff list in JRCS Handbook 2008 T

30 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 4a Grading Criteria: P4 Key Skills: Assignment: 4 - Evaluating an incident in the workshop Evaluating an incident in the workshop Following the recent incident in the workshop when Mr Poole, the workshop technician, fell off of the step ladder (in an excellent simulation), it was clear that everyone had a different reaction to the incident and different ideas about the course of action to take. In a discussion with Mrs Maloney and Mr Poole, describe and explain the emergency procedures that you consider should have been Followed and use this information to create a policy document for such an incident. Make notes here YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR WITNESS STATEMENT SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA. Describe details of the incident in the workshop that has been shown to you. Explain the emergency proceedures that you have discussed

31 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 4b Grading Criteria: M2 Key Skills: Assignment: 4 - Proposals for Emergency Procedures Proposal for change of D&T Department emergency procedures (TWO PARTS) What happened: (At least FIVE points to be discussed) 1.Now that you have described and considered the emergency procedures that should have been followed following the recent incident in the workshop involving Mr Poole, (falling off of the step ladder), you must EXPLAIN what went wrong after the event and WHY. Did anything positive happen? (e.g. speed of response, or found out their was a lack of emergency contact information). Concentrate on AFTER THE EVENT 2.You must now prepare a MEMO to the Head of the D&T department with proposals for improvements to the emergency procedures in the event of an accident. You must JUSTFY your proposals in an and it to Continue on separate sheet if necessary

32 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 4b Grading Criteria: M2 Key Skills: Assignment: 4 - Proposals for Emergency Procedures - continuation sheet Proposal for change of D&T Department emergency procedures – continuation sheet

33 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 5a Grading Criteria: P5 Key Skills: Assignment: 5 - Preparing for a work activity Preparing for a work activity Before practical work can start, the work area must be prepared and tools and equipment checked. All your tools and equipment must be checked for damage and safety. Use the ‘check list, posted in the workshop (copy on right) and get the technician or teacher to observe you carrying out the check. YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR OBSERVATION SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA.

34 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 5b Grading Criteria: P5 Key Skills: Assignment: 5 – Storage of Work and Drawings in the Workshop Storage of Work and Drawings in the Workshop I recommend… 1.Putting unfinished work and your working drawings in your toolbox will damage them. Make a PROPOSAL for an area in the workshop where your work, drawings and folders could be kept safely and securely. How could they all be easily identified and accessed. EXPLAIN IN DETAIL why your proposal would work better than keeping it in your tool box. Continue on separate sheet if necessary

35 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 5b Grading Criteria: P5 Key Skills: Assignment: 5 – Storage of Work and Drawings in the Workshop Storage of Work and Drawings in the Workshop – continuation sheet

36 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 6a Grading Criteria: P6 Key Skills: Assignment: 6 - Working Relationships Working Relationships Working with the workshop technician and your peers is important for the effective running of the work environment. You must ask the technician to sign a witness statement recognising the qualities you must have to ensure a good working relationship in the workshop. YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR WITNESS SHEET SIGNED TO ACHIEVE THIS GRADE CRITERIA. Before you approach the technician, ensure that you are confident that you have met the following qualities for a good working relationship: You can: work with others in school (peers, teachers and unknown). work with others in outside school (staff, visits) work as part of a team make recommendations towards safety in the department deal with problems in the workshop (equipment unavailable – what you can do while waiting) talk constructively about matters in the workshop

37 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 6b Grading Criteria: M3 Key Skills: Assignment: 6 – Improving on a work activity Improving on a work activity Once practical work has begun, it is essential that policies are followed. For example, to ensure the work activity in the workshop is safe, in a working environment and the activity is fully understood. Using the headings below, list all of the things that have gone wrong whilst you have been making the Tool Makers Clamp and describe here how you could have improved in these areas whilst on working on this activity. Identify problems with a work activity How I can improve on this activity Workshop Safety Housekeeping Use of Tools Understanding of Drawings Working Relationships

38 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 6c Grading Criteria: D2 Key Skills: Assignment: 6 - Working Relationships Working Relationships What am I like? – You must make an honest EVALUATION of your working relationship with the workshop technician and write down your NEGATIVE and POSITIVE personal qualities that affect this working relationship. You must be as honest and self CRITICAL as you can. Its about YOU not the technician, so ensure that you focus on YOUR qualities not his! Now ASSESS your strengths and identify areas of your personal qualities that could be improved to ensure his continued support. Continue on separate sheet if necessary

39 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 6c Grading Criteria: D2 Key Skills: Assignment: 6 - Working Relationships Working Relationships– continuation sheet Continue on separate sheet

40 Jo Richardson Community School BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name:Candidate No: Unit 1: Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering Task: 6d Grading Criteria: D2 Key Skills: Assignment: 6 - Working Relationships Contract Working Relationships Contract Using the strengths and qualities you identified in Task 6a and 6b, propose a contract with the Engineering Department to show responsibility for your work activity in the workshop. I promise to…. The Engineering Department will provide…. Continue on separate sheet if necessary


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