Job Information

  • Job Description Please include as much detail as possible and provide a good insight into the work completed. Remember to include what standards you are working to, including health and safety.

  • Discipline

  • Sources of information utilised to enable installation works

  • PLEASE NOTE:- If this is a large installation please provide a drawing of a portion of the installation which you have evidenced in this assignment.

  • Please provide a layout drawing of the installation, this can be hand drawn.

  • PLEASE NOTE:- If this is a large installation please provide a drawing of a portion of the installation which you have evidenced in this assignment.

  • Please provide a layout drawing of the installation, this can be hand drawn.

  • Please detail discussions with customer/client regarding the installation and how you have ensured good customer service. Please also include how you have ensured minimal disruption to the customer / client. (B1, B2, B4)

Risk Assessment

  • Please complete the risk assessment for this job. Click the + button below to add a hazard and answer all questions. Please ensure you document all hazards applicable.

Risk Matrix and Hierarchy of Controls

  • Risk Matrix Reference:

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  • Hazard
  • Description of hazard

  • Photo of hazard

Risk Rating (Prior to control measures)

  • Likelihood

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 25 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 20 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 15 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 10 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 5 = High

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 20 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 16 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 12 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 8 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 4 Moderate

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 15 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 12 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 9 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 6 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 3 = Low

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 10 Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 8 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 6 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 4 = Low

  • Risk Rating is - 2 = Low

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 5 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 4 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 3 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 2 = Low

  • Risk Rating is - 1 = Low

  • Comments/ observations

Risk Rating (After control measures)

  • Control Measure to be implemented

  • Likelihood

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 25 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 20 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 15 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 10 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 5 = High

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 20 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 16 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 12 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 8 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 4 Moderate

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 15 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 12 = Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 9 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 6 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 3 = Low

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 10 Extreme

  • Risk Rating is - 8 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 6 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 4 = Low

  • Risk Rating is - 2 = Low

  • Severity

  • Risk Rating is - 5 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 4 = High

  • Risk Rating is - 3 = Moderate

  • Risk Rating is - 2 = Low

  • Risk Rating is - 1 = Low

  • Comments/ observations

Completion

  • Signature

First Fix

  • What cables have been installed?

  • Demonstrate methods of securing the cable to the fabric of the building

  • Demonstrate how to maintain a safe working environment when completing the first fix.

  • Demonstrate the need for and process of testing and recording of installed cables.

Second Fix

  • Demonstrate how the equipment has been secured using appropriate methods?

  • Please provide evidence of the information have you used to ensure the equipment has been positioned correctly?

  • How can you ensure damage to cable is prevented upon entry to the equipment?

  • Method of termination

  • Have terminations been visually inspected by an expert witness?

  • Witness signature

  • Demonstrate how you configured/programmed the equipment to ensure correct operation. (Resistors, Jumpers, Addressing etc)

  • Demonstrate how to check terminations for electrical/mechanical soundness?

  • Demonstrate how to correct any damage to the fabric of the building due to installation works.

Installation Completion

  • State methods of communication you have used between other trades/colleagues during this installation. (B2, B8)

Completed

  • Once Complete please select 'Complete inspection' then 'VIEW & EXPORT REPORT' this document can then be downloaded or shared to upload onto OneFile.

  • By the act of making this submission I am declaring that this is all my own work and that: • The work has not, in whole or in part, been knowingly submitted elsewhere for assessment • Where the submission includes work from a previous assessment this has been identified • Where materials have been used from other sources it has been properly acknowledged • If this statement is untrue, I acknowledge that an assessment offence has been committed Attention is drawn to the plagiarism, collusion and cheating policies of both the centre and of the awarding body. Proven incidents of plagiarism, collusion or cheating can result in a student being withdrawn from a qualification. I confirm that I have read and understood the above statements on plagiarism and collusion. I confirm that I have not committed plagiarism when completing the work contained in this evidence, nor have I colluded with another student in the preparation and production of this work. I am satisfied with the way the learning activity/Assessment(s) was conducted and with the outcome(s). I agree that the information provided here is an accurate account of what has taken place

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