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  • NOTES FOR GUIDANCE

    Level 1 Diploma in Bricklaying

    (DIP059)

    Notes for guidance content provides the range of subject material for the programme of learning and specifies the skills, knowledge and

    understanding required for achievement of the unit.

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    tanya.lawton Typewritten Text NOCN_Cskills Awards King's Lynn Innovation Centre Innovation Drive King's Lynn Norfolk PE30 5BY

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    tanya.lawton Typewritten Text Version 1.0 First published September 2014 © NOCN 2018

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    1 Introduction

    2 Units:

    CSA-L1Core01 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries.

    CSA-L1Core02 Knowledge of technical information, quantities and communication with others.

    CSA-L1Core03 Knowledge of construction technology.

    CSA-L1Occ19 Construct block walling.

    CSA-L1Occ20 Construct brick walling.

    CSA-L1Occ21 Construct cavity walling.

    CSA-L1Occ22 Setting out for basic masonry structures.

    CSA-L1Occ30 Mix construction materials.

    3 Additional information

    4 Glossary of Terms

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    Contents

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    Introduction

    Introduction

    This document contains all of the information required for the delivery of the level 1 and level 2 core units that support a number of Cskills Awards training qualifications.

    The unit content identifies the breadth and knowledge, and understanding needed to design and deliver a programme of learning to achieve each of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria. The learning outcomes set out what a learner is expected to know, understand or be able to do as the result of a process of learning.

    The assessment criteria specify the standard a learner is expected to meet to demonstrate that a learning outcome, or set of learning outcomes, has been achieved.

    The Notes for Guidance content provides further subject material for the programme of learning on what areas within the assessment criteria must be covered in the delivery of the unit.

    Additional Information

    This is informed by the underpinning knowledge and understanding requirements of the related NOS, where relevant.

    Glossary of Terms

    The Glossary of Terms lists the key words and terms used across the units.

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    1. Know the health and safety regulations, roles and responsibilities.

    Identify key health and safety legislation relevant to and used in a construction environment.

    State the key employer responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAWA).

    State the key employee responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAWA).

    State the roles and responsibilities of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

    Legislation - Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAWA) - Reporting Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences (RIDDOR) - Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) - Control of asbestos at work regulations - Provision and Use of Work Equipment (PUWER) - manual handling - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - working at height.

    Employer Responsibilities - safe working environment - adequate staff training - health and safety information - risk assessment - supervision - PPE.

    Employee Responsibilities - working safely - working in partnership with the employer - reporting hazards, near misses and accidents correctly - wearing PPE - following organisational procedures.

    Roles and Responsibilities - enforcement - legislation and advice - inspection.

    Learning outcomes The learner will:

    Assessment criteria The learner can:

    Notes for guidance Range of subject material:

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    1.2

    1.3

    1.4

    Unit content: CSA-L1Core01 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries

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    Identify other sources of relevant health and safety information.

    State when legislation would require the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to be informed.

    State why there is a requirement for enforcing stringent guidance in health and safety.

    State the importance of holding on-site safety inductions and toolbox talks.

    State how your behaviour and actions could affect others.

    Sources - Health and Safety Executive (HSE) website - CITB-Construction Skills publications - British Standards Institute (BSI) - Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) - Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) - British Safety Council - Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

    Reporting - deaths and injuries - occupational disease - dangerous occurrence: a collapse, explosion, fire or collision - gas accidents: any accidental leaks or other incident related to gas.

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    Learning outcomes The learner will:

    Assessment criteria The learner can:

    Notes for guidance Range of subject material:

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    1.6

    1.7

    1.8

    1.9

    Unit content: CSA-L1Core01 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries

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    2. Know the accident and emergency procedures and how to report them.

    State the major types of emergencies that could occur in the workplace.

    State the key legislation used for reporting accidents.

    State the different types of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences in the workplace.

    State the main types of records used in the event of an accident or emergency.

    State why it is important to report accidents and near misses.

    Types of emergencies - fires - unexploded ordnance - flooding - security alerts - collapse - gas leaks - chemicals - falling from height.

    Legislation - Reporting Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences (RIDDOR).

    Types - falls and trips - electrocution - burns - wail’s disease - vibration white finger.

    Types of records - accident reporting documentation - first aid records - organisational records and documentation - relevant legislation.

    Important - preventing future accidents - insurance obligations.

    Learning outcomes The learner will:

    Assessment criteria The learner can:

    Notes for guidance Range of subject material:

    2.1

    2.2

    2.3

    2.4

    2.5

    Unit content: CSA-L1Core01 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries

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    State the difference between major and minor injuries and the meaning of a near miss.

    List the key accident trends within the United Kingdom construction industry.

    State the effects that common types of accidents and injuries could have on the employer.

    List the authorised personnel who could be involved in dealing with accident and emergency situations.

    List the contents of a basic first aid kit.

    State the actions to be taken on discovering an accident.

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    In reference to: - Health and Safety Executive (HSE) - Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

    Effects - poor company image - loss of production - insurance - closure of site.

    Authorised personnel - first aiders/emergency responders - supervisors/managers - health and safety executive - emergency services - safety officer.

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    Actions - area made safe - call for help (first aider) - emergency services - follow company procedures.

    Learning outcomes The learner will:

    Assessment criteria The learner can:

    Notes for guidance Range of subject material:

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    2.7

    2.8

    2.9

    2.10

    2.11

    Unit content: CSA-L1Core01 Health, safety and welfare in construction and associated industries

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    3. Know how to identify hazards on construction sites.

    State the importance of good housekeeping.

    State the purpose of risk assessments and method statements.

    List the major types of hazards in the workplace.

    State the importance and methods of reporting hazards.

    State why hazards can be created by changing circumstances in the workplace.

    Good housekeeping Cleanliness, tidiness, use of skips and chutes, segregation of materials, clear access to fire escapes and fire extinguishers. Importance Minimising hazards, accidents and wastage.

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    Types of hazard - fires - tripping - chemical spills - falls from height - burns - electrical - exposure to hazardous substances (asbestos or mould infestation) -