||Ensure the workforce is provided with sufficient clear and accurate information to enable them to position, align and/or level the work or loads.
- 1.1 - Establish and inform relevant workers of specific dimensional information on at least four of the following:
- lines (can include the placing of loads)
- levels (can include load levels)
- angles (can include lifting accessory angles)
- setting out points
- centres of gravity
- 1.2 - Explain methods and techniques of providing clear and accurate information on dimensional controls.
- 1.3 - Describe how to ensure that dimensional information is sufficient.
- 1.4 - Give reasons why it is important to provide clear information and implications for typical projects or operations if this is not done.
||Observe and check dimensional controls and record results to meet quality standards.
- 2.1 - Undertake and conduct checks on work being carried out and compare to the quality standards provided for projects or operations.
- 2.2 - Describe different ways of observing and checking dimensional controls on different projects or operations.
- 2.3 - Explain methods to record results and ways of comparing results against given quality standards.
||Identify any deviations in positions, alignments or levels and take measures to promptly correct them.
- 3.1 - Establish any deviations from given standards for at least one of the following:
- transfer of lines and levels
- use of incorrect lines and levels
- given information
- 3.2 - Undertake actions to rectify identified deviations on work being undertaken.
- 3.3 - Explain methods and techniques of identifying deviations in dimensional control on typical projects or operations.
- 3.4 - Give examples of and methods to correct dimensional deviations found on typical projects or operations.
||Recommend revised work practices and procedures to minimise deviations and to allow for different circumstances and conditions.
- 4.1 - Suggest revisions to work practices and procedures after considering at least one of the following circumstances and conditions:
- 4.2 - Explain the methods and procedures that can be used to revise work practices.
- 4.3 - Describe different ways and techniques of recommending revised procedures for work practices.
- 4.4 - Give reasons why work procedures should be revised when deviation are found.