Site Work – Module ID 22210-13

Site Work – Module ID 22210-13

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Module Five (22210-13) describes the work involved in preparing a site for excavation and construction. The module first identifies important site safety practices. Other key topics include controlling water on a site, establishing grades, and laying pipe.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Describe the safety practices associated with site grading work.

  • Explain the purpose of a site safety program.
  • Describe why safety inspections and investigations are important.
  • Explain how hazardous materials are controlled on a job site.
  • Describe safety practices associated with trenching and excavations.
  • Describe how to prepare heavy equipment for transporting.

Learning Objective 2 – Describe the methods used to control water on job sites.

  • Explain the importance of maintaining proper drainage on a job site.
  • Describe the methods used to control groundwater and surface water.
  • Describe the safety practices and construction methods used when working around bodies of water.

Learning Objective 3 – Explain how grades are established on a job site.

  • Describe how to set grades from a benchmark.
  • Describe how grades are set for highway construction.
  • Describe how grades are set for building construction.
  • Explain how grading operations are performed.
  • Describe the use of stakeless and stringless grading systems.

Learning Objective 4 – Describe grading and installation practices for pipe-laying operations.

  • Explain how grades are established for pipelaying operations.
  • Describe the equipment and methods used to lay pipe.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 3) – Interpret layout and marking methods to determine grading requirements and operation.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 3) – Set up a level and determine the elevations at three different points, as directed by the instructor.

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