Trade Safety, Ironworking – Module ID 30102-11

Trade Safety, Ironworking – Module ID 30102-11

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Module ID 30102-11 This module covers safety procedures used in the ironwork trade. The use and care of mobile equipment, such as forklifts and generators, is also covered.

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Description

Objectives

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

  • Describe the consequences of on-the-job accidents.
  • Explain the special responsibilities of OSHA.
  • List potential hazards for ironworkers.
  • Describe safe work practices when near cranes.
  • List major health hazards classified by OSHA.
  • Identify and explain the safe operation of various pieces of light equipment, including:
    • Aerial lifts
    • Generators
    • Compressors
    • Forklifts

Performance Tasks

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

  • Position and use an aerial work platform.
  • Demonstrate the proper use of a fall protection system.
  • Identify points of inspection on specified pieces of equipment.

Module Index

Session I. Introduction; On-the-Job Accidents; OSHA

A. Introduction

B. On-the Job Accidents

    • 1. Examples of Hazardous Conditions
    • 2. Ironworking Accident Statistics
    • 3. Causes of Construction Accidents

C. OSHA

    • Fall Protection
    • Controlled Decking Zones
    • Opening Covers
    • OSHA-Required Training

Session II. Developing Safety Awareness; Job Site Safety

A. Developing Safety Awareness

    • Maintain a Safety Conscious Attitude
    • Dress Safely for the Job
    • Ventilation Needs and Respiratory Devices
    • Tool Safety
    • Report Damaged Equipment
    • Welding Safety

B. Job Site Safety

    • Cranes
    • Material Handling and Storage

Session III. Light Equipment; Aerial Lifts

A. Light Equipment

    • Transporting Equipment
    • Hydraulic Systems
    • Fueling Safety
    • Battery Safety

B. Aerial Lifts

    • Aerial Lift Assemblies
    • Aerial Lift Operator Qualifications
    • Typical Aerial Lift Controls
    • Aerial Lift Safety Precautions
    • Aerial Lift Operating Procedure
    • Aerial Lift Operator’s Maintenance Responsibility
    • Scissor Lifts
    • Boom Lifts

C. Laboratory

    • Have trainees position and use an aerial work platform. This laboratory corresponds with Performance Task 1.

Session IV. Generators; Air Compressors; Forklifts; Fall Protection Equipment, Generators, Generator Assemblies, Typical Generator Controls, Generator Safety Precautions, Generator Operating Procedure, Generator Operator’s Maintenance Responsibility

A. Air Compressors

    • Compressor Assemblies
    • Typical Compressor Controls
    • Compressor Safety Precautions
    • Compressor Operating Procedure
    • Air Compressor Operator’s Maintenance Responsibility

B. Forklifts

    • Forklift Assemblies
    • Forklift Operator Qualifications
    • Typical Forklift Controls
    • Forklift Safety Precautions
    • Forklift Operation
    • Forklift Operator’s Maintenance Responsibility

C. Laboratory

    • Have trainees identify the points of inspection for specified pieces of equipment. This laboratory corresponds with Performance Task 3.

D. Fall Protection Equipment

    • Standards for Fall Protection Equipment
    • Personal Fall Arrest Systems
    • Using Personal Fall Arrest Systems
    • Safety Net Systems
    • Rescue After a Fall

E. Laboratory

    • Have trainees demonstrate the proper use of a fall protection system. This laboratory corresponds with Performance Task 2.

Session V. Review and Testing

A. Review

B. Module Examination

    • Trainees must score 70 percent or higher to receive recognition from NCCER.
    • Record the testing results on Training Report Form 200, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

C. Performance Testing

    • 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.
    • Record the testing results on Training Report Form 200, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

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