Basic Plumbing Services Skills: Sanitary & Drainage
Introduce students to the knowledge and fundamental skills they need in the sanitary and drainage areas. End-of-chapter theoretical and practical tasks enable students to demonstrate their understanding of key topics and to engage in practical tasks. Regular WHS references focus on important issues faced in the industry and the workplace. This 2nd edition has been updated to meet the requirements of the AS/NZS 5601:2013 standards and the training requirements from the CPC Training Package. Includes: - CPCPCM2047A Carry out levelling - CPCPSN3011B Plan layout of a residential sanitary plumbing system - CPCPSN3022A Install discharge pipes - CPCPSN3023A Fabricate and install sanitary stacks - CPCPSN3024A Install and fit off sanitary fixtures - CPCPSN3025A Install pre-treatment facilities - CPCPSN3026A Install sewerage pumpsets - CPCPDR2021A Locate and clear blockages - CPCPDR2022A Install domestic treatment plants - CPCPDR2024A Install stormwater and sub-soil drainage systems - CPCPDR2025A Drain work site - CPSPDR2026A Install prefabricated inspection openings and enclosures - CPCPDR3021A Plan layout of a residential sanitary drainage system - CPCPDR3022A Install below-ground sanitary drainage system - CPCPDR3023A Install on-site disposal systems The Plumbing Skills series provides learners with the knowledge, skills and awareness they will need to be successful in the plumbing industry. It develops problem-solving skills, combining safe work practices with professional skills and a thorough understanding of how and why things are done in a certain way. WHS boxes identify critical points for concern; Sustainability boxes lead on up-to-date environmental information; and Employability boxes outline the responsibilities of employees. References to AS/NZS 3500:2015, referred to in the Plumbing Code of Australia, prompts familiarity with the codes throughout their training.
- 14 Jul 2016
- Cengage Learning Australia
- South Melbourne, Australia
- 2nd Revised edition