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Introduction

The ProQual Level 3 Diploma in the Installation of Pipework Components in Construction

qualification provides a nationally recognised qualification for those working in this

specialised area of construction.

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual Awarding Body (www.proqualab.com)

and the regulatory body is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual).

The qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)

and is published on Ofqual’s Register of Qualifications.

Qualification Profile

Level 3 Diploma in the Installation of Pipework

Components in Construction

Qualification title ProQual Level 3 Diploma in the Installation of Pipework

Components in Construction

Ofqual qualification number 603/2520/3

Level 3

Total Qualification Time 620 hours (589 GLH)

Assessment

Pass or fail

Internally assessed and verified by centre staff

External quality assurance by ProQual verifiers

Qualification start date 30/10/2017

Qualification end date

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification.

Centres should carry out an initial assessment of candidate skills and knowledge to identify

any gaps and help plan the assessment.

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Qualification Structure

To achieve the qualification candidates must complete ALL of the Mandatory units, plus

ONE Optional unit.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level GLH

Y/616/6182 Contribute to effecting working relationships in construction 2 15

D/616/6183 Work safely and minimise risk in construction 2 20

H/616/6184 Identify and deal with hazards and emergencies in a

construction environment

3 30

F/616/6242 Shape pipework components by material removal using

hand tools

3 154

J/616/6243 Assemble pipework components to meet specification 3 146

L/616/6244 Position and install pipework 3 74

R/616/6245 Mark out to the required specification for pipefitting

activities in construction

3 91

Y/616/6246 Test the performance and condition of installed pipework 3 29

Optional Units – complete ONE unit

Unit Ref. Title Level GLH

D/616/6247 Establish compliance of installation with the specification 3 30

H/616/6248 Shape pipework components by manually applied pressure 3 85

Centre Requirements

Centres must be approved to offer this qualification. If your centre is not approved please

complete and submit form ProQual Additional Qualification Approval Application.

Staff

Staff delivering this qualification must be appropriately qualified and/or occupationally

competent.

Assessors/Internal Quality Assurance

Assessors for each unit must have verifiable, current industry experience and a sufficient

depth of relevant occupational expertise and knowledge, and must use a combination of

assessment methods.

Assessors and internal quality assurance verifiers for competence-based units or

qualifications will normally need to hold appropriate assessor or internal quality assurance

qualifications.

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Support for Candidates

Materials produced by centres to support candidates should:

  • enable them to track their achievements as they progress through the learning

outcomes and assessment criteria;

  • provide information on where ProQual’s policies and procedures can be viewed;
  • provide a means of enabling Internal and External Quality Assurance staff to

authenticate evidence

Assessment

This qualification is competence-based, candidates must demonstrate the level of

competence described in the units. Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s

skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in the qualification.

The qualifications must be assessed in a work environment and it must be internally

assessed by an appropriately experienced and qualified assessor.

Each candidate is required to produce a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates their

achievement of all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Evidence can include: – observation report by assessor

– assignments/projects/reports

– professional discussion

– witness testimony

– candidate product

– worksheets

– record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of Prior Learning

Learning outcomes set out what a candidate is expected to know, understand or be able to

do.

Assessment criteria specify the standard a candidate must meet to show the learning

outcome has been achieved.

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria can be found from page 7.

Internal Quality Assurance

An internal quality assurance verifier confirms that assessment decisions made in centres

are made by competent and qualified assessors, that they are the result of sound and fair

assessment practice and that they are recorded accurately and appropriately.

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Adjustments to Assessment

Adjustments to standard assessment arrangements are made on the individual needs of

candidates. ProQual’s Reasonable Adjustments Policy and Special Consideration Policy sets

out the steps to follow when implementing reasonable adjustments and special

considerations and the service that ProQual provides for some of these arrangements.

Centres should contact ProQual for further information or queries about the contents of the

policy.

Results Enquiries and Appeals

All enquiries relating to assessment or other decisions should be dealt with by centres, with

reference to ProQual’s Enquiries and Appeals Procedures.

Certification

Candidates who achieve the requirements for this qualification will be awarded:

  • A certificate listing all units achieved, and
  • A certificate giving the full qualification title –

ProQual Level 3 Diploma in the Installation of Pipework Components in

Construction

Claiming certificates

Centres may claim certificates for candidates who have been registered with ProQual and

who have successfully achieved the qualification. All certificates will be issued to the centre

for successful candidates.

Unit certificates

If a candidate does not achieve all of the units required for a qualification, the centre may

claim a unit certificate for the candidate which will list all of the units achieved.

Replacement certificates

If a replacement certificate is required a request must be made to ProQual in writing.

Replacement certificates are labelled as such and are only provided when the claim has

been authenticated. Refer to the Fee Schedule for details of charges for replacement

certificates.

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Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

Unit Y/616/6182

Contribute to effective working relationships in construction

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Establish and maintain productive

working relationships.

1.1 Develop working relationships with different people in the

work environment such as: those for whom they are

responsible, those to whom they are responsible, clients,

colleagues, other tradespersons, suppliers, security/safety

personnel.

2 Deal with disagreements in an

amicable and constructive way so

that effective relationships are

maintained.

2.1 Accept the opinions of others in relation to work

activities.

2.2 Review different points of view on work related matters

in a positive and constructive way in order to maintain

working relationships and productivity.

2.3 Apply mediation (in accordance with the individual’s

responsibilities) in the event of disagreements between

third parties in order to maintain productive working

relationships.

3 Keep others informed about work

plans or activities which affect

them.

3.1 Use appropriate types of communication

(formal/informal, written, verbal) to clearly relay

important information to others.

4 Seek assistance from others in a

polite and courteous way without

causing undue disruption to

normal working activities.

4.1 Approach workplace colleagues / associates in an

appropriate manner and at an appropriate time, in order

to seek assistance on work related issues.

5 Respond in a timely and positive

way when others ask for help or

information.

5.1 Prioritise requests for help and information in relation to

wider work activities.

5.2 Clarify requests for help and information to identify

exactly what is required.

5.3 Ensure appropriate responses are provided within agreed

timescales.

6 Understand the importance of

creating and maintaining working

relationships.

6.1 Describe the individual’s responsibilities for creating and

maintaining working relationships and explain why it is

important to do so.

7 Understand problems affecting

relationships.

7.1 Describe different problems that can affect relationships,

and the actions that can be taken to deal with specific

difficulties.

8 Understand lines of

communication and

responsibilities.

8.1 Explain the individual’s responsibilities and the

responsibilities of others within the work location.

8.2 Describe the lines of communication that exist within the

individual’s working environment and explain the agreed

procedure for passing information.

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Unit D/616/6183

Work safely and minimise risk in construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Understand health and safety

legislation, regulations and safe

working practices and procedures.

1.1 Explain the requirements of health and safety

legislation.

1.2 Explain the consequences for employers and

employees of not fulfilling their legal health and safety

responsibilities.

1.3 Explain the purpose and nature of risk assessments,

method statements, and permit to work systems, and

the relevance of local procedures and guidance notes.

1.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures.

2 Understanding personal site safety

responsibilities.

2.1 Describe how to recognise health safety training

needs, the procedure for requesting training and who

to ask for help in understanding the work instructions.

2.2 Describe how to get information relating to the safe

use of equipment and how to ensure the equipment is

used safely.

2.3 Describe how to recognise when personal protective

equipment should be used and how to select and use

the correct equipment for the work to be undertaken.

2.4 Describe different types of vibration injuries and

explain how they can be prevented.

2.5 Explain the importance of personal behaviour in

maintaining workplace standards.

2.6 Describe the checks which are needed to make sure

that portable electrical appliances are safe to use.

2.7 Describe what a safe system for electrical isolation

should include and why low voltage is generally safer

in relation to health and safety.

2.8 Describe the risks from overhead cables and how to

control them.

2.9 Describe what must be done when carrying hazardous

substances in vehicles.

2.10 Describe where asbestos is likely to be found, what

should be done if it is thought to have been found and

how it is a risk to health.

3 Understand others site safety

responsibility.

3.1 Explain who is responsible for ensuring that

equipment is checked and safe to use.

3.2 Describe who is responsible and who must assess the

health and safety of people working on a client’s site.

3.3 Describe the legal rights and responsibilities of the

appointed safety representatives and the powers of

the regulatory inspectors.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4 Know first aid procedures. 4.1 Describe the first aid procedures that typically apply in

the workplace.

4.2 Describe the aspects of first aid in the workplace that

all personnel are expected to know.

5 Understand evacuation procedures. 5.1 Describe how to work safely in an excavation.

5.2 Explain procedures for shutdown and evacuation and

state where procedures can be obtained.

6 Understand contingency reporting

documentation and systems.

6.1 Describe the contingency reporting documentation

and systems that are relevant to workplace activities.

7 Understand appropriate reporting

lines and procedures.

7.1 Explain how to comply with the various reporting lines

and procedures that apply in the working

environment.

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Unit H/616/6184

Identify and deal with hazards and emergencies in construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Recognise industrial processes, tools,

equipment and materials that have the

potential to cause harm.

1.1 Identify different hazardous processes, tools,

equipment and materials which exist in the work

environment.

1.2 Identify hazardous industrial processes

associated with particular working

environments.

2 Check for and identify potential hazards in

the workplace in line with agreed and

approved procedures.

2.1 Safely check for potential hazards in accordance

with agreed and approved procedures.

2.2 Identify potential hazards in the workplace and

report in accordance with approved procedures.

2.3 Minimise potential hazards using the criteria and

procedures specified in the risk control strategy.

3 Take appropriate action to minimise the

risk from hazards and emergencies.

3.1 Take appropriate action upon identification of a

hazard or emergency.

3.2 Call for expert help using warning systems as

appropriate.

3.3 Follow shut down and evacuation procedures

promptly and correctly.

3.4 Deal safely with hazards and emergencies in

accordance with organisational policy and

procedures.

3.5 Report in accordance with the overall risk control

strategy.

4 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices and

procedures.

4.1 Explain the requirements of health and safety

legislation.

4.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements, and permit to

work systems, and the relevance of local

procedures and guidance notes.

4.3 Describe reporting lines and procedures.

5 Understand hazard spotting and safety

assessment methods and techniques.

5.1 State where information on hazard spotting and

safety assessment methods and techniques can

be found.

5.2 Describe the hazard spotting and safety

assessment methods and techniques, which

apply in the work location.

6 Understand types of hazards involving

processes, tools, equipment and materials.

6.1 Describe common types of hazard associated

with processes, tools, equipment and materials.

6.2 State what the individuals’ responsibilities are in

terms of dealing with and notifying others of

hazards.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7 Understand effects of hazards on persons,

property and the environment.

7.1 Describe the effects of hazards on persons,

property and the environment.

8 Understand actions to minimise risk from

hazards.

8.1 Describe the types of actions required to deal

with and minimise the risks from different

hazards.

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Unit F/616/6242

Shape pipework components by material removal using hand tools

in construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Identify and resolve straight forward

problems and report those that cannot be

solved

3 Shape pipework components by material

removal using hand tools

3.1 Follow relevant specifications for the

component to be produced

3.2 Shape the materials using appropriate

methods and techniques

3.3 Check that the requirements for shaping

have been achieved

3.4 Seek confirmation that the component is

completed to the required specification

3.5 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing shaping pipework

components by material removal using

hand tools

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.3 Complete all necessary documentation

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5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from shaping operations

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for shaping

pipework components by material

removal using hand tools

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used and explain the care and control

procedures

6.4 Explain material segregation and

preparation and finishing methods

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for shaping

pipework components by material

removal using hand tools

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and specifications

7.2 Describe the tools and techniques necessary

to carry out shaping components

7.3 Describe checking methods and techniques

7.4 Describe how to identify defects in

pipework components

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Unit J/616/6243

Assemble pipework components to meet specification in

construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be solved

3 Assemble pipework components to meet

specification

3.1 Follow relevant instructions, assembly

drawings and specifications

3.2 Ensure the specified components are

available and meet quality standards

3.3 Assemble the components in the correct

positions using approved methods

3.4 Secure pipework components using the

specified connectors and securing devices

3.5 Check the completed assembly to ensure

that all operations have complete and

meets the required specification

3.6 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing assembling pipework

components to meet specification

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.3 Complete all necessary documentation

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5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from assembling pipework activities

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for

assembling pipework components to

meet specification

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used and explain the care and control

procedures

6.4 Explain material segregation and

preparation and finishing methods

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for assembling

pipework components to meet

specification

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and relatedspecifications

7.2 Describe assembly methods and techniques

7.3 Describe compliance methods and

techniques

7.4 Describe how to identify defects in

pipework components

7.5 Describe quality control procedures and

documentation procedures

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Unit L/616/6244

Position and install pipework in construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Identify and resolve straight forward

problems and report those that cannot be

solved

3 Position and install pipework to meet

specification

3.1 Follow relevant drawings and specifications

for the installation being carried out

3.2 Use the correct tools and equipment for

installation operations and check that they

are in a safe usable condition

3.3 Install, position and secure the pipework

and components in line with instruction

3.4 Ensure that all necessary connections to

equipment are complete

3.5 Check that the installation is complete and

all components are free from damage

3.6 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing the positioning and

installation of pipework

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.3 Complete all necessary documentation

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5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from shaping operations

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for

supporting the positioning and

installation of pipework

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used and explain the care and control

procedures

6.4 Explain material segregation and

preparation and finishing methods

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for supporting

the positioning and installation of

pipework

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and related

specifications

7.2 Describe installation methods and

techniques

7.3 Describe checking methods and techniques

7.4 Describe how to identify defects in

pipework components

7.5 Describe quality control procedures and

documentation procedures

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Unit R/616/6245

Mark out to the required specification for pipefitting activities in

construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Identify and resolve straight forward

problems and report those that cannot be

solved

3 Mark out to the required specification

for pipefitting activities

3.1 Obtain and use the correct information for

marking out

3.2 Prepare suitable datum and marking out

surfaces

3.3 Mark out using approved methods

3.4 Check the marking out complies with the

specification

3.6 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

marking out to the required specification

for pipefitting activities

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Shut down the equipment to a safe

condition

4.3 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.4 Complete all necessary documentation

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5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from marking out activities

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for marking

out to the required specification for

pipefitting activities

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used and explain the care and control

procedures

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for marking out

to the required specification for

pipefitting activities

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and related

specifications

7.2 Describe marking out methods and

techniques

7.3 Describe surface preparation requirements

7.4 Describe how to identify defects in

pipework components

7.5 Explain reporting documentation and

control procedures

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Unit Y/616/6246

Test the performance and condition of installed pipework in

construction

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure completion of preparations in line

with organisational procedures

2.6 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be solved

3 Test the performance and condition of

installed pipework

3.1 Follow and make appropriate use of the

specifications for the product or asset being

checked

3.2 Set up and carry out tests within the agreed

timescales

3.3 Record the tests in the appropriate format

3.4 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing testing the performance and

condition of installed pipework

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Shut down the equipment to a safe

condition

4.3 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.4 Complete all necessary documentation

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5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from compliance activities

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for testing

the performance and condition of

installed pipework

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used for checking compliance and explain

the care and control procedures

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for testing the

performance and condition of installed

pipework

7.1 Explain the principles and uses of

engineering test specifications

7.2 Describe calibration of equipment and

authorisation procedures

7.3 Describe testing and analysis methods and

procedures

7.4 Describe environmental controls relating to

testing

7.5 Describe reporting documentation and

procedures

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Unit D/616/6247

Establish compliance of pipefitting installation with the

specification

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Identify and resolve straight forward

problems and report those that cannot be

solved

3 Establish compliance of pipework

installation with the specification

3.1 Follow and make appropriate use of the

specifications for the product or asset being

checked

3.2 Carry out the compliance checks in an

appropriate sequence using the correct

tools, inspection equipment and approved

methods and procedures

3.3 Identify and assess any defects or variations

to the specification and take appropriate

action

3.4 Report completion of compliance checking

activities in line with procedure

3.5 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

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4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing establishing compliance of

pipework installation with the

specification

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Shut down the equipment to a safe

condition

4.3 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.4 Complete all necessary documentation

5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from marking out activities

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for

establishing compliance of pipework

installation with the specification

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used for checking compliance and explain

the care and control procedures

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for establishing

compliance of pipework installation with

the specification

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and related

specifications

7.2 Describe methods and techniques for

checking compliance

7.3 Describe how to identify defects in products

and assets

7.4 Explain reporting documentation and

control procedures

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Unit H/616/6248

Shape construction pipework components by manually applied

pressure

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Work safely and minimise risk at all times 1.1 Identify a range of hazards

1.2 Take appropriate action to minimise the risk

from hazards

1.3 Refer safely related matters to appropriate

persons as required

1.4 Work in accordance with relevant health

and safety legislation

1.5 Work in accordance with the requirements

of risk assessments and permit to work

systems

2 Prepare work area, materials and

equipment

2.1 Ensure that the work environment is

suitable for the work activities to be

undertaken

2.2 Ensure that service supplies are connected

and ready for use

2.3 Ensure that consumables are as specified

and fit for purpose

2.4 Obtain and prepare the appropriate tools

and equipment and ensure they are in a safe

and useable condition

2.5 Ensure the materials are prepare to the

required procedure

2.6 Ensure completion of prepared in line with

organisational procedures

2.7 Identify and resolve straight forward

problems and report those that cannot be

solved

3 Shape pipework components by

manually applied pressure

3.1 Follow the correct component drawing and

specifications for the component to be

produced

3.2 Determine what has to be done and how

this will be achieved

3.3 Shape the materials to the required

specification using appropriate tools,

methods and techniques

3.4 Check that the shaping operations have

been completed in line with the

specification and standard

3.5 Deal promptly and effectively with problems

and report those that cannot be resolved

4 Carry out the necessary actions after

completing shaping pipework

components by manually applied

pressure

4.1 Re-instate the work area to a safe condition

and correctly dispose of waste materials

4.2 Shut down the equipment to a safe

condition on completion of welding

activities

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4.3 Store re-usable materials, consumables and

equipment in accordance with appropriate

procedures

4.4 Complete all necessary documentation

5 Understand health and safety legislation,

regulations and safe working practices

and procedures

5.1 Explain the requirements of health and

safety legislation

5.2 Explain the purpose and nature of risk

assessments, method statements and

permit to work systems, and the relevance

of local procedures and guidance notes

5.3 Describe the hazards and risks that can arise

from shaping operations

5.4 Describe reporting lines and procedures

6 Understand work area, material and

equipment preparation and

reinstatement requirements for shaping

pipework components by manually

applied pressure

6.1 Describe methods and requirements for

preparation and reinstatement of work

area, material and equipment

6.2 Explain the consequences of incorrectly

preparing or reinstating the work areas,

material and equipment

6.3 Describe the types of tools and equipment

used and explain the care and control

procedures

6.4 Explain material segregation and

preparation and finishing methods

7 Understand the tools, terminology,

techniques and practices for shaping

pipework components by manually

applied pressure

7.1 Explain the principles, uses and conventions

of engineering drawings and specifications

7.2 Describe the tools and techniques necessary

to carry out shaping components

7.3 Describe hand pressure shaping methods

and techniques

7.4 Describe pressure shaping defects and

quality control procedures

7.5 Explain reporting documentation and

control procedures

 

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