Maritime Industry Fundamentals (Package) TG
- By . NCCER
- Pub. Date: Apr 11, 2013 by Prentice Hall.
- ISBN-10: 0-13-340447-1
- ISBN-13: 978-0-13-340447-0
Student/Retail Price: $89.33
Institutional/Business Price: $67.00
International: Contact your regional Edexcel office.Click Here to download competencies, equipment lists and performance tasks (CEP).
This package includes both the NCCER Core Curriculum and Intro to the Maritime Industry. Core: 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: Basic Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Construction Drawings, Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, and Basic Employability Skills. A new module titled Introduction to Materials Handling has also been added! Intro to the Maritime Industry: Introduces the facilities, methods, and processes used in the shipbuilding and repair industry. Describes the impact the industry has on the U.S. economy and explores the various craft opportunities available to workers. Provides an overview of the safety practices specific to the industry
Table of Contents
Core Curriculum Trainee Guide, 2009 Revision, Paperback, 4/e (Total Level Hours: 72.5 Mandatory, 15 Elective/ Optional)
Basic Safety (12.5 Hours)
(Module ID 00101-090) Complies with OSHA-10 training requirements. Explains the safety obligations of workers, supervisors, and managers to ensure a safe workplace. Discusses the causes and results of accidents and the impact of accident costs. Defines safe work procedures, proper use of personal protective equipment, and working with hazardous chemicals. Identifies other potential construction hazards, including hazardous material exposures, welding and cutting hazards and confined spaces.
Introduction to Construction Math (10 Hours)
(Module ID 00102-09) Reviews basic mathematical functions and explains their applications to the construction trades. Explains how to use and read various length measurement tools, including standard and metric rulers and tape measures, and the architect’s and engineer’s scales. Explains decimal-fraction conversions and the metric system, using practical examples. Also reviews basic geometry as applied to common shapes and forms.
Introduction to Hand Tools (10 Hours)
(Module ID 00103-09) Introduces trainees to hand tools that are widely used in the construction industry, such as hammers, saws, levels, pullers, and clamps. Explains the specific applications of each tool and shows how to use them properly. Also discusses important safety and maintenance issues related to hand tools.
Introduction to Power Tools (10 Hours)
(Module ID 00104-09) Provides detailed descriptions of commonly used power tools, such as drills, saws, grinders, and sanders. Reviews applications, proper use, safety, and maintenance. Many illustrations show power tools used in on-the-job settings.
Introduction to Construction Drawings (10 Hours)
(Module ID 00105-09) Familiarizes trainees with basic terms for construction drawings, components, and symbols. Explains the different types of drawings (civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing/piping, electrical, and fire protection) and instructs trainees on how to interpret and use drawing dimensions. Four oversized drawings are included.
Basic Rigging (15 Elective Hours)
(Module ID 00106-09) Explains how ropes, chains, hoists, loaders, and cranes are used move material and equipment from one location to another on a job site. Describes inspection techniques and load-handling safety practices. Also reviews American National Standards Institute (ANSI) hand signals.
Basic Communication Skills (7.5 Hours)
(Module ID 00107-09) Provides trainees with techniques for communicating effectively with co-workers and supervisors. Includes practical examples that emphasize the importance of verbal and written information and instructions on the job. Also discusses effective telephone and e-mail communication skills.
Basic Employability Skills (7.5 Hours)
(Module ID 00108-09) Identifies the roles of individuals and companies in the construction industry. Introduces trainees to critical thinking and problem solving skills and computer systems and their industry applications. Also reviews effective relationship skills, effective self-presentation, and key workplace issues such as sexual harassment, stress, and substance abuse.
NEW! 00109-09 Introduction to Materials Handling (5 Hours)
Recognizes hazards associated with materials handling and explains proper materials handling techniques and procedures. Also introduces materials handling equipment, and identifies appropriate equipment for common job-site tasks.