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  1. Receive and store logs in a woodyard

  2. P&P3CR SHE P&P3CR Basics of receiving and storing logs P&P3CR Standard Operating Procedures P&P3CR Maintenance Receive and store logs in a woodyard Topics Modules Notional Hours 8 12 8 24 24 16 8 100 TC305 The receiving and storing of logs TC305 The feedstock and final products of receiving and storing logs TC305 Process variations in receiving and storing logs TC305 Understanding Operating Procedures in log receiving and storage TC305 Implementing Operating Procedures in log receiving and storage TC305 First line maintenance TC305 Applying SHE in the process Total Notional Hours

  3. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Understanding log receiving and storage in a woodyard Understand the purpose and operation of all the machinery and equipment in the area Be able to trace the flow and allocate logs to the storage area Be able to identify all machinery and equipment in the storage area Understand the purpose of this process and how it fits into the overall process

  4. Notional Hours 8 Topic Specification: TC305 Understanding log receiving and storage in a woodyard Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the purpose of this process and how it fits into the overall process • Are able to identify each piece of equipment in this process as well as layout features of the receiving and storage area • Are able to trace the material flow through the process • Understand the fundamental operating principles of the process Individual or group training. Do self study to develop key plant operation questions. Answers are obtained by discussions with production experts and plant investigation. Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search HOW Interview experts Attend lectures • Learners are provided with relevant plant and equipment information / manuals • Inspect the plant and determine the flow of material through the plant • Draw a block diagram to show where the receiving and storing of logs fits into the papermaking process, specifically noting suppliers and customers of this plant • Draw a basic layout sketch of this area • In a discussion with a receiving and storing specialist, identify: • the purpose of the process • the different equipment used in the process, and • the fundamental operating principles of each machine and the total plant • Complete questionnaire to indicate findings Group Discussions Sketch Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a questionnaire

  5. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Understanding the properties of logs Be able to carry out quality checks on the logs Know the typical specifications and properties for logs Know the internal customers for log Know the suppliers of logs, the typical log types and properties from each supplier and the delivery methods used

  6. Notional Hours 12 Topic Specification: TC305 Understanding the properties of logs Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Know the internal customers for logs • Know the typical specifications and properties of logs • Are able to carry out quality checks on logs Individual or group training. Obtain basic product and supplier information by discussions with production experts. Apply knowledge in a practical quality check. Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures • Learners are supplied with information on log quality • Have a facilitated group discussion in the receiving and storage area to determine: • by whom logs are supplied and routes into the plant • the typical grades and properties of the logs • the typical properties and specifications used for log • the internal customers of log • Draw-up a quality checklist for log • Carry out quality checks on log using the checklist and report results Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a questionnaire

  7. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Understanding the impact of variations in log properties Understand how different log types and properties will influence the allocation and storage of logs Understand how a deviation from standard log properties will impact on receiving, distribution, allocation and the storage of logs Be able to complete all log sheets

  8. Notional Hours 8 Topic Specification: TC305 Understanding the impact of variations in log properties Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Are able to complete log sheets • Understand what log variations can occur • Know what the effect of these variations on the process and products is • Know the rectification actions possible Individual or group training. Use the information on the feed stock obtained earlier to list quality variations. A facilitated discussion to identify possible process deviations and the downstream effects. Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures • Learners are supplied with log sheets and assisted to complete them with the help of a production specialist. • Individually list the log variations that could occur and the effect each type of variation could have on the downstream processes or products • Tabulate all variations, their effects and the broad rectification action required and include in a short report Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a questionnaire

  9. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Understanding Operating Procedures in the receiving and storage of logs Understand the reasons for start-up and shutdown procedures Understand the importance of maintaining normal running conditions on all machinery and equipment Understand the reasons for different machine and equipment pre-checks Understand the different responsibilities in terms of compiling, authorization, layout / format and safety procedures contained in the Standard Operating Procedures Know any other plant / process rules and regulations applicable to the plant Know the purpose of Standard Operating Procedures

  10. Notional Hours 24 Topic Specification: TC305 Understanding “Standard Operating Procedures” Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media A facilitated group discussion is used to clarify the logic behind controlled procedure systems. Individual procedures are studied in detail or in terms of key steps as indicated. Indices and summaries for procedures are created for easy future reference. WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Know the purpose of these procedures • Know other applicable plant rules and regulations • Understand the reason for responsibility control and document control procedures • Understand the reasons for having • pre-checks • start-up procedures • maintaining normal running condition procedures and the consequences of losses caused by inefficient operation • shut-down and emergency shut-down procedures • correcting deviation procedures • Know procedures and sequences in detail or in terms of key stepsas required Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures Group Discussions • Learners are supplied with the operating procedures for the plant and individual equipment and any other relevant plant rules and regulations • In a facilitated group, the document control system is shortly explained. The purpose of the procedures, responsibility control, document control and having procedures for each operating phase (pre-check, etc.) is discussed and summarised. • Procedures and sequences are studied in detail (esp. emergency procedures) or in terms of key steps as required. Practical understanding and knowledge is essential. • Learners should compile a file containing an index (with subheadings / keywords as necessary) of each procedure • A practical test will proof competence Educational games Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Practical test

  11. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Implementing Standard Operating Procedures Be able to monitor machinery and equipment and react correctly in case of any deviations Be able to maintain normal running conditions on all machinery and equipment Be able to start machinery and equipment up and shut the machinery and equipment down Be able to do pre-checks on all machinery and equipment in the area

  12. Notional Hours 24 Topic Specification: TC305 Implementing “Standard Operating Procedures” Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Are able to: • use and interpret instrument readings • do pre-checks on all machines • start machines up • monitor the process • maintain normal running conditions • bring process and product variations under control • shut the machines down Group or individual training sessions where, through demonstration, the learner first observes the implementation of operating procedures and then implement the procedures himself under supervision Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Expert demonstration HOW Attend lectures • By using relevant checklists and operating procedures, learners will first observe and then, under supervision, implement the following procedures: • do pre-checks on machinery and equipment • start machinery and equipment up • use and interpret any instrument readings • monitor the machines • maintain normal running conditions • bring process variations under control • bring product variations under control • shut the machines down • Complete any relevant pre-check, start-up, etc. reports as normally required. Group Discussions Summarise Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  13. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Perform first line maintenance Be able to carry out maintenance and pre-maintenance duties on all machinery and equipment in the area Know documentation requirements for maintenance functions

  14. Notional Hours 16 Topic Specification: TC305 Perform first line maintenance Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the documentation requirements for maintenance functions in the receiving and storage area. • Are able to carry out maintenance and pre-maintenance duties on the equipment. Individual or group training. Study given materials regarding first line maintenance. A discussion / demonstration of first line maintenance duties are facilitated at each machine. Carry out first line maintenance under supervision. Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Expert demonstration Attend lectures HOW Group Discussions • Learners are supplied with documentation required for first line maintenance on the plant and equipment. • A discussion / demonstration of typical first line maintenance procedures and their sequence is facilitated in the receiving and storage area • A checklist should be drawn up • Under supervision, carry out pre-maintenance and maintenance duties on equipment as prescribed • Complete pre-maintenance and maintenance reports / log sheets Summarise Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  15. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: RM001 Receive and store logs in a woodyard TC305 Applying SHE in the process Be able to identify all potential hazards and indicate actions to reduce/avoid hazards Know the relevant sections of the OHS Act Understand the application of fire prevention, lock-out and emergency procedures Know the safety standards, procedures and safety equipment relevant to the area

  16. Notional Hours 8 Topic Specification: TC305 Applying SHE in the process Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Know the relevant OHS Act, safety standards, procedures, and equipment in the receiving and storing plant. • Understand the application of fire prevention, lock-out and emergency procedures in the plant, as well as the potential environmental impact of the process. • Are able to identify all potential hazards in the process and indicate actions to reduce / avoid / minimise the impact of hazards. Learners obtain information through self study. Individuals evaluate the plant area for safety features, potential hazards and environmental impact. Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures • Learners are supplied with a copy of the safety procedures and the relevant section of the OHS Act • Learners individually undertake a plant inspection and identify all potential hazards. They also assess the potential impact of the plant on the environment. • Learners should also sketch the area and indicate the position of all safety equipment and safety features (e.g. alarm buttons, emergency exists) on it. • Recommendations are made to reduce / avoid these hazards, the impact of possible hazards and the plant’s impact on the environment. • A short presentation on the findings is made. Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire