Ironworking Level 1 Trainee Guide, Paperback

Ironworking Level 1 Trainee Guide, Paperback

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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Introduction to the Trade, Trade Safety, Means and Methods of Access, Tools and Equipment of the Trade, Construction Cranes One, Rigging for Ironworking One, Rigging Equipment and Hardware, Trade Blueprints and Processes, Materials Handling and Storage, Structural Ironworking One, Plumbing, Aligning, and Guying, Fastening, Oxyfuel Cutting, Introduction to Arc Welding, Steel Joists and Joist Girders One, Metal Decking and Field Fabrication One. Instructor SupplementsInstructors: Product supplements may be ordered directly through OASIS at For more information contact your Pearson NCCER/Contren Sales Specialist at Instructor's Guide Paperback 0-13-014867-9Instructor's Guide Binder 0-13-014868-7 Computerized Testing Software 0-13-015509-8 Transparency Masters 0-13-015502-0
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  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • 0130148644
  • 9780130148643

Table of contents

(Total Level Hours: 227.5; includes 72.5 of Core Curriculum) 30101 Introduction to the Trade (5 Hours) Discusses the historical development of the ironworking trade. Explains personal qualities that contribute to successful employment. Describes the organization and purpose of apprenticeship training, and the safety obligations of the employer and employee. 30102 Trade Safety (7.5 Hours) Describes the consequences of on-the-job accidents and the responsibilities of OSHA. Identifies potential ironworker health and safety hazards and safe work practices around cranes. 30103 Means and Methods of Access (7.5 Hours) Explains the safe use of personnel lifts. Discusses the safe use and operation of aerial platforms, hoists, and fall protection systems. 30104 Tools and Equipment of the Trade (10 Hours) Identifies and explains commonly used safety tools and equipment. Describes the proper use of common hand tools and power tools. Identifies power sources for ironworking tools. 30105 Construction Cranes One (10 Hours) Identifies and describes common lifting equipment and construction cranes. Describes using crane manuals, performing recordkeeping, and following safety requirements. Provides procedures for assembling construction cranes. 30106 Rigging for Ironworking One (10 Hours) Explains the history and safety concerns of rigging. Explains using and splicing wire rope and fiber rope for rigging operations. 30107 Rigging Equipment and Hardware (7.5 Hours) Identifies the basic equipment used in rigging and describes proper lacing and square reeving. Describes performing safety inspections of hooks and chains. Explains the use of rigging equipment and slings. 30108 Trade Blueprints and Processes (12.5 Hours) Identifies the materials and parts used in steel frame buildings. Explains the advantages of pre-engineered structures and the components of reinforced steel structures. Describes the post-tensioning process and the uses of precast concrete. 30109 Materials Handling and Storage (5 Hours) Identifies safety hazards associated with the handling and storage of materials. Covers the principles for unloading and yarding reinforcing steel, joists, miscellaneous iron, and structural iron. 30110 Structural Ironworking One (7.5 Hours) Identifies and explains the types of construction that utilize structural steel and the properties of structural steel. Describes the effects of high and low temperatures on steel strength and the principles of structural steel stresses. 30111 Plumbing, Aligning, and Guying (5 Hours) Describes the purpose and function of aligning and plumbing steel structures and identifies the tools used for performing plumbing and aligning. Identifies and explains column base and baseplate components and foundation failures. Provides procedures for performing plumbing and aligning. 30112 Fastening (5 Hours) Explains recognizing A-325 and A-490 bolts, washers, and nuts. Describes the types of A-325 bolts and the procedures used with the calibrated wrench and the turn-of-nut tightening methods. 30113 Oxyfuel Cutting (17.5 Hours) Explains safety requirements for oxyfuel cutting. Identifies oxyfuel cutting equipment and setup requirements. Explains how to light, adjust, and shut down oxyfuel equipment. Allows trainees to perform cutting techniques that include straight line, piercing, bevels, washing, and gouging. 30114 Introduction to Arc Welding (15 Hours) Describes safety precautions required when arc welding. Explains welding machines and associated equipment, as well as safety equipment and area preparation. Describes how to strike an arc and make basic welds. 30115 Steel Joists and Joist Girders One (5 Hours) Explains how to recognize the different types of bar joists and how bar joists are identified. Describes proper procedures for rigging, storing, and erecting steel joists and bar joists. Explains the use of joist girders in steel joist construction systems. 30116 Metal Decking (10 Hours) Identifies and explains decking types and profiles and how decking is packaged, shipped, and stored. Describes erecting decking and placing concrete safely. Explains the effects of deck penetrations and damage. 30117 Field Fabrication One (15 Hours) Identifies the safety hazards associated with field fabrication. Explains how to use common layout tools and fabricate C-shapes, T-shapes, and W-shapes to given dimensions.
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