Electrical Safety – Module ID 26102-14

Electrical Safety – Module ID 26102-14

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Module ID 26102-14 This module discusses the materials, schedules, and properties of copper tube, fittings, and valves. Trainees will learn how to measure, ream, cut, join, and groove copper tube, as well as how to hang and support copper tube.

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Objectives

Upon completion of this module, the trainee will be able to do the following:

1. Identify the various types of copper tube.

2. Identify the material properties, storage, and handling requirements of copper tube.

3. Identify the types of fittings and valves used with copper tube.

4. Identify the techniques used in hanging and supporting copper tube.

5. Properly measure, cut, and join copper tube.

6. Identify the hazards and safety precautions associated with copper tube.

Performance Tasks

Under the supervision of the instructor, the trainee should be able to do the following:

1. Select correct types of materials for copper tube systems.

2. Identify types of fittings and valves and their uses.

3. Select the appropriate personal protective equipment for working with copper tube.

4. Correctly measure, cut, ream, and join copper tube.

5. Select the correct support and spacing for the application.

Course Sessions

Session I. Introduction to Copper Tube

A. Types

B. Sizing

C. Labeling

D. Applications

E. Material Storage and Handling

F. PT/Laboratory

Have trainees select correct types of materials for copper tube systems. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Task 1.

Session II. Fittings and Valves

A. Water Supply Fittings

B. Water Supply Valves

C. DWV Fittings

D. Alternative Fittings

E. PT/Laboratory

Have trainees identify types of fittings and valves and their uses. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Task 2.

Sessions III-IV. Measuring, Cutting, Bending, Joining, and Grooving

A. Measuring

B. Cutting

C. Bending

D. Joining

E. Grooving

F. PT/Laboratory

Have the trainees select the appropriate personal protective equipment for working with copper tube and have them correctly measure, cut, ream, and join copper tube. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Tasks 3 and 4.

Session V. Installing, Insulating, and Pressure Testing; Review and Testing

A. Types of Tube Hangers and Supports

B. PT/Laboratory

Have trainees select the correct support and spacing for a given application. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Task 5.

C. Insulating Tubes

D. Pressure Testing

E. Review

F. Module Examination

1. Trainees must score 70% or higher to receive recognition from NCCER.

2. Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

G. Performance Testing

1. Trainees must perform each task to the satisfaction of the instructor to receive recognition from NCCER. If applicable, proficiency noted during laboratory exercises can be used to satisfy the Performance Testing requirements.

2. Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

Book Index

1.0.0   Introduction

2.0.0   Electrical Shock

2.1.0   The Effect of Current

2.1.1   Body Resistance

2.1.2   Burns

3.0.0   Reducing Your Risk

3.1.0   Protective Equipment

3.1.1   Rubber Protetive Equipment

3.1.2   Personal Clothing

3.1.4   Hot Sticks

3.1.5   Fuse Pullers

3.1.6   Fuse Pullers

3.1.6   Shorting Probes

3.1.7   Eye and Face Protection

3.2.0   Verify That Circuits are De-Energized

3.3.0   Other Precautions

4.0.0   OSHA

4.1.0   Safety Standards

4.2.0   Sfety Philosophy and General Safety Precautions

4.3.0   Electrical Regulations

4.3.1   OSHA Lockout/Tagout Rule

4.4.0   Other OSHA Regulations

5.0.0   NFPA 70E

6.0.0   Ladders and Scaffolds

6.1.0   Ladders

6.1.1   Straightand Extension Ladders

6.1.2   Stepladders

6.2.0   Scaffolds

7.0.0   Lifts, Hoists, and Cranes

8.0.0   Lifting

9.0.0   Basic Tool Safety

9.1.0   Hand Tool Safety

9.2.0   Power Tool Safety

10.0.0  Confined Space Entry Procedures

10.1.0   General Guidelines

10.2.0 Confined Space Hazard review

11.0.0  First Aid

12.0.0  Solvents and Toxic Vapors

12.1.0  Precautions When Using Solvents

12.2.0  Respiratory Protetion

13.0.0  Asbestos

14.0.0  Batteries

14.1.0   Acids

14.2.0  Wash Stations

15.0.0  PCBs and Vapor Lamps

16.0.0  Lead Safety

17.0.0  Fall Protection

17.1.0  Fall Protrection Procedures

17.1.1   Guarril Systems

17.1.2  Personal Fall Arrwst Systems (PFAS)

17.1.3  Controlled Access Zones

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