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TRAI NI NG REGULATI ONS


FOR
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
HEALTH, SOCIAL AND OTHER COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES SECTOR
Technical
Education
Skills
Development
Authorit
TAB!E "# C"NTENTS
HEALTH, SOCIAL AND OTHER COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES SECTOR
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
$age No%
Section 1 BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
QUALIFICATION 2
Section 2 COMPETENCY STANDARD
B!"ic Co#$etencie"
Co##on Co#$etencie" 1%
Co&e Co#$etencie" '2
Section TRAINING STANDARDS %(
)1C*&&ic*+*# De"i,n %(
B!"ic Co#$etencie"
Co##on Co#$etencie"
Co&e Co#$etencie"
)2T&!inin, De+i-e&. (1
)T&!inee Ent&. Re/*i&e#ent" (2
)'Li"t o0 Too+", E/*i$#ent !n1 M!te&i!+" (2
)2T&!inin, F!ci+itie" ('
)3T&!ine&4" Q*!+i0ic!tion" ('
)%In"tit*tion!+ A""e""#ent ('
Section ' NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND
CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS (2

COMPETENCY MAP (3
DEFINITION OF TERMS (%
AC5NO6LEDGMENTS ((
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII &
TRAINING REGULATIONS FOR
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
SECTION 1 BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II QUALIFICATION
This BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II 'uali(ication consists o(
competencies that a person must achieve to install) per(orm corrective and
preventive maintenance) repair *iomedical equipment) assess and re(er *iomedical
equipment%
The +nits o( Competenc comprising this quali(ication include the (ollo,ing-

UNIT CODE BASIC COMPETENCIES
.//0111/. $articipate in ,orkplace communication
.//0111/1 2ork in a team environment
.//0111/3 $ractice career pro(essionalism
.//0111/4 $ractice occupational health and sa(et procedures
UNIT CODE COMMON COMPETENCIES
5CS0&0&/1 Implement and monitor in(ection control policies and procedures
5CS0&0&/& Respond e((ectivel to di((icult6challenging *ehavior
5CS0&0&/0 Appl *asic (irst aid
5CS0&0&/7 8aintain high standard o( patient services
UNIT CODE CORE COMPETENCIES
5CS0110/1 Install *iomedical equipment
5CS0110/& $er(orm corrective maintenance on *iomedical equipment
5CS0110/0 $er(orm preventive maintenance on *iomedical equipment
5CS0110/7 Repair *iomedical equipment
5CS0110/. Assess and re(er *iomedical equipment
A person ,ho has achieved this 'uali(ication is competent to *e-
Bio#e1ic!+ E/*i$#ent Tec7nici!n 8BMET9
Me1ic!+ E/*i$#ent Mec7!nic : Re$!i&e&
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SECTION 2 COMPETENCY STANDARDS
This section gives the details o( the contents o( the *asic) common and core
units o( competenc required in BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II%

BASIC COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; PARTICIPATE IN 6OR5PLACE COMMUNICATION
UNIT CODE ; 2<<111<2
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
required to gather) interpret and conve in(ormation in
response to ,orkplace requirements%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% "*tain and conve
,orkplace
in(ormation
1%1 Speci(ic and relevant in(ormation is accessed (rom
appropriate sources
1%& E((ective questioning ) active listening and speaking
skills are used to gather and conve in(ormation
1%0 Appropriate medium is used to trans(er in(ormation and
ideas
1%7 Appropriate non: ver*al communication is used
1%. Appropriate lines o( communication ,ith supervisors
and colleagues are identi(ied and (ollo,ed
1%1 De(ined ,orkplace procedures (or the location and
storage o( in(ormation are used
1%3 $ersonal interaction is carried out clearl and concisel
&% $articipate in
,orkplace meetings
and discussions
&%1 Team meetings are attended on time
&%& ",n opinions are clearl e;pressed and those o( others
are listened to ,ithout interruption
&%0 8eeting inputs are consistent ,ith the meeting purpose
and esta*lished protocols
&%7 Workplace interactions are conducted in a courteous
manner
&%. 'uestions a*out simple routine ,orkplace procedures
and maters concerning ,orking conditions o(
emploment are asked and responded to
&%1 8eetings outcomes are interpreted and implemented
0% Complete relevant
,ork related
documents
0%1 Range o( forms relating to conditions o( emploment
are completed accuratel and legi*l
0%& 2orkplace data is recorded on standard ,orkplace
(orms and documents
0%0 Basic mathematical processes are used (or routine
calculations
0%7 Errors in recording in(ormation on (orms6 documents are
identi(ied and properl acted upon
0%. Reporting requirements to supervisor are completed
according to organi<ational guidelines
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Appropriate sources 1%1% Team mem*ers
1%&% Suppliers
1%0% Trade personnel
1%7% !ocal government
1%.% Industr *odies
&% 8edium &%1% 8emorandum
&%&% Circular
&%0% Notice
&%7% In(ormation discussion
&%.% #ollo,:up or ver*al instructions
&%1% #ace to (ace communication
0% Storage 0%1% 8anual (iling sstem
0%&% Computer:*ased (iling sstem
7% #orms 7%1% $ersonnel (orms) telephone message (orms)
sa(et reports
.% 2orkplace interactions .%1% #ace to (ace
.%&% Telephone
.%0% Electronic and t,o ,a radio
.%7% 2ritten including electronic) memos) instruction
and (orms) non:ver*al including gestures)
signals) signs and diagrams
1% $rotocols 1%1% "*serving meeting
1%&% Compliance ,ith meeting decisions
1%0% "*eing meeting instructions
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1% $repared ,ritten communication (ollo,ing standard
(ormat o( the organi<ation
1%&% Accessed in(ormation using communication
equipment
1%0% 8ade use o( relevant terms as an aid to trans(er
in(ormation e((ectivel
1%7% Conveed in(ormation e((ectivel adopting the
(ormal or in(ormal communication
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1% E((ective communication
&%&% Di((erent modes o( communication
&%0% 2ritten communication
&%7% "rgani<ational policies
&%.% Communication procedures and sstems
&%1% Technolog relevant to the enterprise and the
individual=s ,ork responsi*ilities
0% +nderpinning skills
0%1% #ollo, simple spoken language
0%&% $er(orm routine ,orkplace duties (ollo,ing simple
,ritten notices
0%0% $articipate in ,orkplace meetings and discussions
0%7% Complete ,ork related documents
0%.% Estimate) calculate and record routine ,orkplace
measures
0%1% Basic mathematical processes o( addition)
su*traction) division and multiplication
0%3% A*ilit to relate to people o( social range in the
,orkplace
0%4% >ather and provide in(ormation in response to
,orkplace Requirements
7% Resource
implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1% #a; machine
7%&% Telephone
7%0% 2riting materials
7%7% Internet
.% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc MUST *e assessed through-
.%1% Direct "*servation ,ith questioning
.%&% "ral intervie, and ,ritten test
1% Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1% Competenc ma *e assessed individuall in the
actual ,orkplace or through accredited institution
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY; 6OR5 IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT
UNIT CODE ; 2<<111<3
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the skills) kno,ledge and attitudes to
identi( role and responsi*ilit as a mem*er o( a team%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Descri*e team role
and scope
1%1% The role and objective of the team is identi(ied
(rom availa*le sources of information
1%&% Team parameters) reporting relationships and
responsi*ilities are identi(ied (rom team discussions
and appropriate e;ternal sources
&% Identi( o,n role
and responsi*ilit
,ithin team
&%1% Individual role and responsi*ilities ,ithin the team
environment are identi(ied
&%&% Roles and responsi*ilit o( other team mem*ers are
identi(ied and recogni<ed
&%0% Reporting relationships ,ithin team and e;ternal to
team are identi(ied
0% 2ork as a team
mem*er
0%1% E((ective and appropriate (orms o( communications
used and interactions undertaken ,ith team mem*ers
,ho contri*ute to kno,n team activities and o*?ectives
0%&% E((ective and appropriate contri*utions made to
complement team activities and o*?ectives) *ased on
individual skills and competencies and workplace
context
0%0% "*served protocols in reporting using standard
operating procedures
0%7% Contri*ute to the development o( team ,ork plans
*ased on an understanding o( team=s role and
o*?ectives and individual competencies o( the
mem*ers%
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Role and o*?ective
o( team
1%1% 2ork activities in a team environment ,ith
enterprise or speci(ic sector
1%&% !imited discretion) initiative and ?udgment ma*e
demonstrated on the ?o*) either individuall or in a
team environment
&% Sources o(
in(ormation
&%1% Standard operating and6or other ,orkplace
procedures
&%&% @o* procedures
&%0% 8achine6equipment manu(acturer=s speci(ications
and instructions
&%7% "rgani<ational or e;ternal personnel
&%.% Client6supplier instructions
&%1% 'ualit standards
&%3% "5S and environmental standards
0% 2orkplace conte;t 0%1% 2ork procedures and practices
0%&% Conditions o( ,ork environments
0%0% !egislation and industrial agreements
0%7% Standard ,ork practice including the storage) sa(e
handling and disposal o( chemicals
0%.% Sa(et) environmental) housekeeping and qualit
guidelines
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1% "perated in a team to complete ,orkplace activit
1%&% 2orked e((ectivel ,ith others
1%0% Conveed in(ormation in ,ritten or oral (orm
1%7% Selected and used appropriate ,orkplace language
1%.% #ollo,ed designated ,ork plan (or the ?o*
1%1% Reported outcomes
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1% Communication process
&%&% Team structure
&%0% Team roles
&%7% >roup planning and decision making
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1% Communicate appropriatel) consistent ,ith the
culture o( the ,orkplace
7% Resource
implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1% Access to relevant ,orkplace or appropriatel
simulated environment ,here assessment can take
place
7%&% 8aterials relevant to the proposed activit or tasks
.% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1% "*servation o( the individual mem*er in relation to
the ,ork activities o( the group
.%&% "*servation o( simulation and or role pla involving
the participation o( individual mem*er to the
attainment o( organi<ational goal
.%0% Case studies and scenarios as a *asis (or discussion
o( issues and strategies in team,ork
1% Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1% Competenc ma *e assessed in ,orkplace or in a
simulated ,orkplace setting
1%&% Assessment shall *e o*served ,hile task are *eing
undertaken ,hether individuall or in group
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY; PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM
UNIT CODE ; 2<<111<%
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes in
promoting career gro,th and advancement%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Integrate personal
o*?ectives ,ith
organi<ational goals
1%1 $ersonal gro,th and ,ork plans are pursued to,ards
improving the quali(ications set (or the pro(ession
1%& Intra: and interpersonal relationships is are
maintained in the course o( managing onesel( *ased on
per(ormance evaluation
1%0 Commitment to the organi<ation and its goal is
demonstrated in the per(ormance o( duties
&% Set and meet ,ork
priorities
&%1 Competing demands are prioriti<ed to achieve
personal) team and organi<ational goals and o*?ectives%
&%& Resources are utili<ed e((icientl and e((ectivel to
manage ,ork priorities and commitments
&%0 $ractices along economic use and maintenance o(
equipment and (acilities are (ollo,ed as per esta*lished
procedures
0% 8aintain pro(essional
gro,th and
development
0%1 Trainings and career opportunities are identi(ied
and availed o( *ased on ?o* requirements
0%& Recognitions are sought6received and
demonstrated as proo( o( career advancement
0%0 Licenses and/or certifications relevant to ?o* and
career are o*tained and rene,ed
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Evaluation 1%1 $er(ormance Appraisal
1%& $schological $ro(ile
1%0 Aptitude Tests
&% Resources &%1 5uman
&%& #inancial
&%0 Technolog
&%0%1 5ard,are
&%0%& So(t,are
0% Trainings and career
opportunities
0%1 $articipation in training programs
0%1%1 Technical
0%1%& Supervisor
0%1%0 8anagerial
0%1%7 Continuing Education
0%& Serving as Resource $ersons in con(erences and
,orkshops
7% Recognitions 7%1 Recommendations
7%& Citations
7%0 Certi(icate o( Appreciations
7%7 Commendations
7%. A,ards
7%1 Tangi*le and Intangi*le Re,ards
.% !icenses and6or
certi(ications
.%1 National Certi(icates
.%& Certi(icate o( Competenc
.%0 Support !evel !icenses
.%7 $ro(essional !icenses

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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1 Attained ?o* targets ,ithin ke result areas BCRAsD
1%& 8aintained intra : and interpersonal relationship in the
course o( managing onesel( *ased on per(ormance
evaluation
1%0 Completed trainings and career opportunities ,hich are
*ased on the requirements o( the industries
1%7 Acquired and maintained licenses and6or certi(ications
according to the requirement o( the quali(ication
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1 2ork values and ethics BCode o( Conduct) Code o(
Ethics) etc%D
&%& Compan policies
&%0 Compan operations) procedures and standards
&%7 #undamental rights at ,ork including gender sensitivit
&%. $ersonal hgiene practices
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1 Appropriate practice o( personal hgiene
0%& Intra and Interpersonal skills
0%0 Communication skills
7% Resource
Implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1 2orkplace or assessment location
7%& Case studies6scenarios
.% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1 $ort(olio Assessment
.%& Intervie,
.%0 Simulation6Role:plas
.%7 "*servation ,ith questioning
.%. Third $art Reports
.%1 E;ams and Tests
1% Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1 Competenc ma *e assessed in the ,ork place or in a
simulated ,ork place setting
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
PROCEDURES
UNIT CODE ; 2<<111<(
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the outcomes required to compl ,ith
regulator and organi<ational requirements (or
occupational health and sa(et%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Identi( ha<ards and
risks
1%1 afet! regulations and ,orkplace sa(et and
ha<ard control practices and procedures are
clari(ied and e;plained *ased on organi<ation
procedures
1%& "azards/risks in the ,orkplace and their
corresponding indicators are identi(ied to minimi<e
or eliminate risk to co:,orkers) ,orkplace and
environment in accordance ,ith organi<ation
procedures
1%0 #ontingenc! measures during ,orkplace
accidents) (ire and other emergencies are
recogni<ed and esta*lished in accordance ,ith
organi<ation procedures
&% Evaluate ha<ards and
risks
&%1Terms o( ma;imum tolera*le limits ,hich ,hen
e;ceeded ,ill result in harm or damage are identi(ied
*ased on threshold limit values BT!9D
&%&E((ects o( the ha<ards are determined
&%0 "5S issues and6or concerns and identi(ied sa(et
ha<ards are reported to designated personnel in
accordance ,ith ,orkplace requirements and
relevant ,orkplace "5S legislation




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ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
0% Control ha<ards
and risks
0%1"ccupational 5ealth and Sa(et B"5SD procedures (or
controlling ha<ards6risks in ,orkplace are consistentl
(ollo,ed
0%&$rocedures (or dealing ,ith ,orkplace accidents) (ire and
emergencies are (ollo,ed in accordance ,ith
organi<ation "5S policies
0%0$ersonal protective e%uipment &$$'( is correctl used
in accordance ,ith organi<ation "5S procedures and
practices
0%7Appropriate assistance is provided in the event o( a
,orkplace emergenc in accordance ,ith esta*lished
organi<ation protocol
7% 8aintain "5S
a,areness
7%1'mergenc!)related drills and trainings are
participated in as per esta*lished organi<ation
guidelines and procedures
7%&*" personal records are completed and updated in
accordance ,ith ,orkplace requirements
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Sa(et regulations 8a include *ut are not limited to-
1%1 Clean Air Act
1%& Building code
1%0 National Electrical and #ire Sa(et Codes
1%7 2aste management statutes and rules
1%. $hilippine "ccupational Sa(et and 5ealth Standards
1%1 D"!E regulations on sa(et legal requirements
1%3 ECC regulations
&% 5a<ards6Risks 8a include *ut are not limited to-
&%1 $hsical ha<ards E impact) illumination) pressure) noise)
vi*ration) temperature) radiation
&%& Biological ha<ards: *acteria) viruses) plants) parasites)
mites) molds) (ungi) insects
&%0 Chemical ha<ards E dusts) (i*ers) mists) (umes) smoke)
gasses) vapors
&%7 Ergonomics
$schological (actors E over e;ertion6 e;cessive
(orce) a,k,ard6static positions) (atigue) direct
pressure) varing meta*olic ccles
$hsiological (actors E monoton) personal
relationship) ,ork out ccle

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VARIABLE RANGE
0% Contingenc
measures
8a include *ut are not limited to-
0%1 Evacuation
0%& Isolation
0%0 Decontamination
0%7 BCalling designedD emergenc personnel
7% $$E 8a include *ut are not limited to-
7%1 8ask
7%& >loves
7%0 >oggles
7%7 5air Net6cap6*onnet
7%. #ace mask6shield
7%1 Ear mu((s
7%3 Apron6>o,n6coverall6?ump suit
7%4 Anti:static suits
.% Emergenc:
related drills and
training
.%1 #ire drill
.%& Earthquake drill
.%0 Basic li(e support6C$R
.%7 #irst aid
.%. Spillage control
.%1 Decontamination o( chemical and to;ic
.%3 Disaster preparedness6management
1% "5S personal
records
1%1 8edical65ealth records
1%& Incident reports
1%0 Accident reports
1%7 "5S:related training completed



EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1 E;plained clearl esta*lished ,orkplace sa(et and
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ha<ard control practices and procedures
1%& Identi(ied ha<ards6risks in the ,orkplace and its
corresponding indicators in accordance ,ith compan
procedures
1%0 Recogni<ed contingenc measures during ,orkplace
accidents) (ire and other emergencies
1%7 Identi(ied terms o( ma;imum tolera*le limits *ased on
threshold limit value: T!9%
1%. #ollo,ed "ccupational 5ealth and Sa(et B"5SD
procedures (or controlling ha<ards6risks in ,orkplace
1%1 +sed $ersonal $rotective Equipment B$$ED in
accordance ,ith compan "5S procedures and
practices
1%3 Completed and updated "5S personal records in
accordance ,ith ,orkplace requirements
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1 "5S procedures and practices and regulations
&%& $$E tpes and uses
&%0 $ersonal hgiene practices
&%7 5a<ards6risks identi(ication and control
&%. Threshold !imit 9alue :T!9
&%1 "5S indicators
&%3 "rgani<ation sa(et and health protocol
&%4 Sa(et consciousness
&%A 5ealth consciousness
0% +nderpinning
skills
0%1 $ractice o( personal hgiene
0%& 5a<ards6risks identi(ication and control skills
0%0 Interpersonal skills
0%7 Communication skills
7% Resource
implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1 2orkplace or assessment location
7%& "5S personal records
7%0 $$E
7%7 5ealth records
.% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1 $ort(olio Assessment
.%& Intervie,
.%0 Case Stud6Situation
1% Conte;t o(
Assessment
1%1Competenc ma *e assessed in the ,ork place or in a
simulated ,ork place setting
COMMON COMPETENCIES
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; IMPLEMENT AND MONITOR INFECTION=
CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
UNIT CODE ; HCS22<1
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit is concerned ,ith in(ection control
responsi*ilities o( emploees ,ith supervisor
accounta*ilit to implement and monitor in(ection
control polic and procedures in a speci(ic ,ork
unit or team ,ithin an organi<ation% This unit does
not appl to a role ,ith organi<ation:,ide
responsi*ilities (or in(ection control polic and
procedure development) implementation or
monitoring%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% $rovide in(ormation to
the ,ork group a*out the
organi<ationFs in(ection
control policies and
procedures%
1%1 Relevant in(ormation a*out the organi<ationFs
in(ection control polic and procedures) and
applica*le industr! codes of practice are
accuratel and clearl e;plained to the ,ork group
1%& In(ormation a*out identi(ied 7!>!&1" !n1 t7e
outcomes of infection risk assessments is
regularl provided to the ,ork group
1%0 "pportunit is provided (or the ,ork group to seek
(urther in(ormation on ,orkplace in(ection control
issues and practices
&% Integrate the
organi<ationFs in(ection
control polic and
procedure into ,ork
practices
&%1 Infection)control polic! and procedures are
implemented * supervisor and mem*ers o( the
,ork group%
&%& !iaison is maintained ,ith person responsi*le (or
organi<ation:,ide in(ection control%
&%0 The SupervisorFs coaching support ensures that
individuals6teams are a*le to implement in(ection
control practices
&%7 2ork procedures are adopted to re(lect
appropriate in(ection control practice
&%. Issues raised through consultation are dealt ,ith
and resolved promptl or re(erred to the
appropriate personnel (or resolution
&%1 2orkplace procedures (or dealing ,ith in(ection
control risks and ha<ardous events are
implemented ,henever necessar
&%3 Emploees are encouraged to report in(ection
risks and to improve in(ection control procedures
0% 8onitor in(ection control
per(ormance and
0%1 In(ection control ha<ardous events are
investigated promptl to identi( their cause in
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ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
implement improvements
in practices
accordance ,ith organi<ation polic and
procedures
0%& 2ork procedures to control in(ection risks are
monitored to ensure compliance
0%0 2ork procedures are regularl revie,ed and
ad?usted to ensure improvements in in(ection
control practice
0%7 Supervisor provides (eed*ack to team and
individuals on compliance issues) changes in
,ork procedures and in(ection control outcomes
0%. Training in ,ork procedures is provided as
required to ensure maintenance of infection
control standards
0%1 Inadequacies in ,ork procedures and in(ection
control measures are identi(ied) corrected or
reported to designated personnel
0%3 Records o( in(ection control risks and incidents
are accuratel maintained as required
3.8 +ggregate infection control in(ormation reports
are used to identi( ha<ards) to monitor and
improve risk control methods and to indicate
training needs
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% In(ection Control $olicies and
$rocedures
This ma include *ut not limited to-
1%1Cleaning procedures and schedules
1%&Cleaning agents
1%0Cleaning equipment
1%75andling) storage and disposal o( all tpes o(
,aste
1%.#ood handling and (ood sa(et
1%15giene procedures
1%3In(ection control risk management
1%4In(ection control incident and ha<ard reporting
1%ASterili<ing
1%1/ !inen production and handling
1%11 8aintenance procedures
1%1& Storage requirements
1%10 $ersonal protective clothing
1%17 2ork (lo,s
1%1. 8anagement o( *lood and *od (luid spills
1%11 Single use o( disposa*les
1%13 Aseptic techniques
1%14 Skin preparation procedures
1%1A Immuni<ation
1%&/ Needle stick in?uries
1%&1 $ersonal contact ,ith in(ectious patients
1%&& Standard and additional precautions
1%&0 Con(identialit
1%&7 Emploee training
1%&. Contractors
&% Industr Codes o( $ractice &%1National 5ealth and 8edical Research Council
>uidelines (or in(ection control
&%&!ocal G National >overnment >uidelines and
Standards
&%08anu(acturerFs recommendations and operating
manuals
0% Identi(ied ha<ards
and the outcomes o( in(ection
risk assessments
0%1 Sharps
0%& >lass
0%0 2aste
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VARIABLE RANGE
0%7 5uman ,aste and human tissues
0%. $ersonal contact ,ith in(ectious patients
0%1 Animals) insects and vermin
0%3 Stock) including (ood) ,hich has passed Hused:
*H dates%
0%4 Incorrect concentration o( disin(ectants and
chemicals
0%A Cleaning procedures
0%1/!inen handling procedures
0%112ork (lo,s
0%1&+se o( personal protective clothing
0%10#ood sa(et
0%17$ersonal hgiene
7% In(ection Control 8onitoring
$rocedures
7%1 "*servations
7%& Intervie,s
7%0 Surves and inspections
7%7 'ualit assurance activities
7%. Revie, o( outcomes
7%1 Data analsis
.% Designated $ersonnel .%1 8anager
.%& In(ection Control Coordinator
.%0 'ualit Improvement Coordinator
.%7 In(ection Control Committee
.%. "ccupational 5ealth and Sa(et Committee
1% Aggregate In(ection Control
In(ormation
1%1 Records o( needle stick in?uries
1%& 5ospital:acquired in(ection rates
1%0 D"5 healthcare standards clinical indicators
1%7 5ACC$ records
1%. 5a<ard reports
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1 Communicated ,ith team and individuals on
organi<ational polic and procedures (or
in(ection control
1%& Applied in(ection control policies and procedures
,hich impact on ,ork processes o( the speci(ic
,ork unit
1%0 Applied procedures (or adopting appropriate
in(ection practices ,ithin ,ork unit
1%7 $rovided appropriate supervision o( ,ork group
&% +nderpinning kno,ledge
and attitudes
&%1 2orking kno,ledge) consistent ,ith the
elements o( competence) o( the organi<ationFs
applica*le in(ection control polic and
procedures and relevant industr codes o(
practice
&%& The hierarch risk control measures (rom most
to least pre(erred) that is) elimination)
engineering controls) administrative control) and
lastl) personal protective equipment
&%0 Cno,ledge o( in(ection risks and control
measures in speci(ic ,ork unit and related ,ork
processes
&%7 The signi(icance o( patient con(identialit in
relation to in(ection control
&%. The signi(icance o( other management sstems
and procedures (or in(ection control
&%1 !iterac levels and communication skills o( ,ork
group mem*ers and consequent suita*le
communication techniques
&%3 "rgani<ational procedures (or monitoring)
training
&%4 Basic understanding o( communica*le disease
transmission
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0% +nderpinning skills 0%1E((ective communication and interpersonal skills
including-
language competence
literac and reading competence
0%&Negotiation
0%02ork planning and management
0%78anagement o( change o( ,ork processes
0%.8onitoring compliance ,ith polic and procedures
0%18aintain and interpret in(ection control records
7% Resource implications The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided
7%12orkplace in(ection control and health and sa(et
policies and procedures
7%&2aste management procedures
7%0#ood sa(et procedures
7%7"ther organi<ational policies and procedures
7%.Duties statements and6or ?o* descriptions
.% 8ethod o( assessment Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1 "*servation ,ith questioning
.%& Intervie,
.%0 $ort(olio
.%7 Demonstration ,ith questioning
1% Conte;t o( assessment 1%1 Assessment ma *e done in the ,orkplace or
in a simulated ,orkplace setting%
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO DIFFICULT:
CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR
UNIT CODE ; HCS22<2
UNIT DESCRIPTOR - This unit o( competenc covers the kno,ledge)
skills and attitudes required to e((ectivel respond
to di((icult or challenging *ehaviour o( patients%

ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% $lan responses 1%1 Responses are planned to instances o(
di((icult or challenging *ehavior to ma;imi<e the
availa*ilit o( other appropriate sta(( and
resources
1%& Speci(ic mani(estations o( difficult or
challenging behavior are identi(ied and
strategies appropriate to these *ehaviors are
planned as required%
1%0 Sa(et o( sel( and others is given priorit in
responding to di((icult or challenging *ehavior
according to institutional policies and
procedures%
&% Appl response &%1 Di((icult or challenging *ehavior is dealt ,ith
promptl) (irml and diplomaticall in
accordance ,ith institutional polic! and
procedures,
&%& Communication is used e((ectivel to achieve
the desired outcomes in responding to di((icult
or challenging *ehavior
&%0 +ppropriate strategies are selected to suit
particular instances o( di((icult or challenging
*ehavior
0% Report and revie, incidents 0%1 Incidents are reported according to institutional
policies and procedures
0%& Incidents are revie,ed ,ith appropriate sta((
and suggestions appropriate to area o(
responsi*ilit are made%
0%0 De*rie(ing mechanisms and other activities are
used and participated in
0%7 Advice and assistance is sought (rom legitimate
sources ,hen appropriate%
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1 $lanned responses 1%1",n a*ilit and e;perience
1%&Esta*lished institutional procedures
1%0Cno,ledge o( individual persons and
underling causes
& Di((icult or challenging
*ehaviors
&%1Aggression6Assaultive *ehavior
&%&Con(usion or other cognitive impairment
&%0Noisiness
&%78anipulative
&%.2andering
&%1Sel(:destructive
&%3Into;ication
&%42ithdra,n6depressed
&%ANegativistic
&%1/ Intrusive *ehavior
&%11 9er*al o((ensiveness
0% Strategies (or dealing ,ith
challenging *ehaviors
0%1Diversional activities
0%&Re(erring to appropriate personnel e%g%
supervisor) securit o((icer
0%0#ollo,ing esta*lished emergenc response
procedures
7% Selection o( strategies (or
dealing ,ith challenging
*ehaviors
7%1The nature o( the incident
7%&$otential e((ect on di((erent parties) patient)
sta(( and others
7%0Esta*lished procedures and guidelines
.% Institutional policies and
procedures
.%1Incident reporting and documentation
.%&"perational guidelines (or handling incidents
and6or cases involving di((icult and
challenging *ehavior
.%0De*rie(ing o( sta(( involved in the incident
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1 Identi(ied speci(ic mani(estations o( di((icult or
challenging *ehavior and strategies are planned)
selected and applied as required
1%& 8aintained personal sa(et and the sa(et o(
others
1%0 Reported incidents) revie,ed and responded
quickl and e((ectivel to contingencies
1%7 De*rie(ing mechanisms are used
&% +nderpinning kno,ledge
and attitudes
&%1 "S5 and issues relating to di((icult and
challenging *ehavior
&%& $atient issues ,hich need to *e re(erred to an
appropriate health pro(essional
&%0 A*ilit to interpret and (ollo, the instructions and
guidance o( health pro(essionals involved ,ith the
care o( patient6client
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1 E((ectivel using techniques (or monitoring o,n
service area including client satis(action
0%& Speaking in a (irm) diplomatic and culturall
appropriate manner
0%0 Remaining calm and positive in adversit
0%7 Thinking and responding quickl and strategicall
0%. Remaining alert to potential incidents o( di((icult or
challenging *ehavior
0%1 8onitoring and6or maintaining securit equipment
0%3 A*ilit to ,ork ,ith others and displa empath
,ith patient and relatives
7% Resource implications The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1 Access to relevant ,orkplace or appropriatel
simulated environment ,here assessment can
take place
7%& Relevant institutional polic) guidelines)
procedures and protocols
7%0 Emergenc response procedures and emploee
support arrangements
.% 8ethod o( Assessment Competenc MUST *e assessed through-
.%1 "*servation ,ith questioning
.%& Demonstration ,ith questioning
1% Conte;t o( Assessment- 1%1 Assessment ma *e done in the ,orkplace or in a
simulated ,orkplace setting%
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; APPLY BASIC FIRST AID
UNIT CODE ; HCS22<
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
required to provide an initial response ,here #irst
Aid is required % In this unit it is assumed that the
#irst Aider is ,orking under supervision and 6 or
according to esta*lished ,orkplace #irst Aid
procedures and policies
ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Assess the situation 1%1 $h!sical hazards to sel( and casualt=s health
and sa(et are identi(ied
1%& Immediate risks to sel( and casualt=s
occupational health and sa(et B"S5 Dare
minimi<ed * controlling the ha<ard in
accordance ,ith "S5 requirements
1%0 Casualt=s vital signs and phsical condition are
assessed in accordance ,ith ,orkplace
procedures
&% Appl *asic (irst aid
techniques
&%1 -irst +id management is provided in
accordance ,ith esta*lished #irst Aid
procedures
&%& Casualt is reassured in a caring and calm
manner and made com(orta*le using availa*le
resources
&%0 #irst Aid assistance is sought (rom others in a
timel manner and as appropriate
&%7 #asualt!.s condition is monitored and
responded to in accordance ,ith e((ective -irst
+id principles and ,orkplace procedures
&%. Details o( casualt=s phsical condition) changes
in conditions) management and response are
accuratel recorded in line ,ith organi<ational
procedures
&%1 Casualt management is (inali<ed according to
his6her needs and #irst Aid principles
0% Communicate details o( the
incident
0%1 Appropriate medical assistance is requested
using relevant communication media and
e%uipment
0%1 Details o( casualt=s condition and management
activities are accuratel conveed to emergenc
services6relieving personnel
0%& Reports to supervisors are prepared in a timel
manner) presenting all relevant (acts according
to esta*lished compan procedures
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1 #irst Aid 8anagement This ma include *ut not limited to-
1%1 2orkplace policies and procedures
1%& Industr6site speci(ic regulations) codes
1%0 "S5
1%7 State and territor ,orkplace health and
sa(et requirements
1%. Allergies the casualt ma have
& $hsical 5a<ards $hsical ha<ards ma include-
&%1 2orkplace ha<ards
&%& Environmental ha<ards
&%0 $ro;imit o( other people
&%7 5a<ards associated ,ith casualt
management processes
0 Risks Risks ma include-
0%1 2orksite equipment) machiner and
su*stances
0%& Environmental risks
0%0 Bodil (luids
0%7 Risk o( (urther in?ur to the casualt
0%. Risk associated ,ith the pro;imit o( the
others and *standers
7 Casualt=s Condition Casualt=s condition ma include *ut not limited to
the ((-
7%1 A*dominal in?uries
7%& Allergic reactions
7%0 Bleeding
7%7 Burns:thermal) chemical) (riction) electrical
7%. Cardiac conditions
7%1 Chemical contamination
7%3 Cod in?uries
7%4 Crush in?uries
7%A Dislocations
7%1/Dro,ning
7%11Ee in?uries
7%1&#ractures
7%105ead in?uries
7%17Epileps
7%1.8inor skin in?uries
7%11Neck and spinal in?uries
7%13Needle stick in?uries
7%14$oisoning and to;ic su*stances
7%1AShock
7%&/Smoke inhalation
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VARIABLE RANGE
.% Equipment and Resources Equipment and other resources ma include-
.%1 De(i*rillation units
.%1 $ressure *andages
.%& Thermometers
.%0 #irst Aid kit
.%7 Ee,ash
.%. Thermal *lankets
.%1 $ocket (ace masks
.%3 Ru**er gloves
.%4 Dressing
.%A Space device
.%1/ Cervical collars
1% Communication
sstem
1%1 8o*ile phone
1%& Satellite phones
1%0 5#695# radio
1%7 #lags
1%. #lares
1%1 T,o : ,a radio
1%3 Email
1%4 Electronic equipment
3% 9ital signs 3%1 Breathing
3%& Circulation
3%0 Consciousness
4% #irst Aid $rinciples 4%1 Checking the site (or danger to sel() casualt=
and others and minimi<ing the danger
4%& Checking and maintaining the casualt=s
air,as) *reathing and circulation
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1Complied ,ith institutional requirements) "S5 la,s
in(ections control and manual handling
procedures and relevant health regulations
1%&Identi(ied phsical ha<ards o( the casualt and
minimi<ed immediate risks
1%0Assessed and monitored the phsical condition o(
the casualt
1%7Responded to emergenc using *asic li(e support
measures%
1%.$rovided initial response ,here #irst Aid is
required
1%1Dealt ,ith comple; casualties or incident
1%3$repared reports to concerned personnel in a
timel manner
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and attitudes
&%1 Basic anatom and phsiolog
&%& Compan standard operating procedures BsopsD
&%0 Dealing ,ith con(identialit
&%7 Cno,ledge o( the #irst Aiders= skills limitations
&%. "S5 legislation and regulations
&%1 5o, to gain access to and interpret material
sa(et data sheets
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1 Resuscitation
0%& Sa(e manual handling o( casualt
0%0 Consideration o( the ,el(are o( the casualt
0%7 Report preparation
0%. Communication skills
0%1 A*ilit to interpret and use listed documents
7% Resource
implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1 Access to relevant ,ork station
7%& Relevant institutional policies) guidelines
procedure and protocol
7%0 Equipment and materials relevant to the proposed
activities
.% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1 Demonstration ,ith questioning
.%& Intervie,
.%0 Third $art report
.%7 $ort(olio
1% Conte;t o(
Assessment
1%1Assessment ma *e done in a ,orkplace or
simulated ,ork area setting %
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UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; MAINTAIN HIGH STANDARDS OF PATIENT
SERVICES
UNIT CODE ; HCS22<'
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
required in the maintenance o( high standards o(
patient services%
ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Communicate appropriatel
,ith patients
1%1 E((ective communication strategies and
techniques are identi(ied and used to achieve
*est patient service outcomes
1%& Complaints are responded to in accordance
,ith organi<ational polic to ensure *est
service to patients
1%0 Complaints are dealt ,ith in accordance ,ith
esta*lished procedures
1%7 Interpreter services are accessed as required
1%. Action is taken to resolve con(licts either
directl) ,here a positive outcome can *e
immediatel achieved) or * re(erral to the
appropriate personnel
1%1 $articipation in ,ork team is constructive and
colla*orative and demonstrates an
understanding o( o,n role
&% Esta*lish and maintain good
interpersonal relationship
,ith patients
&%1 Rapport is esta*lished to ensure the service is
appropriate to and in the *est interests o(
patients
&%& E((ective listening skills are used to ensure a
high level o( e((ective communication and
qualit o( service
&%0 $atient concerns and needs are correctl
identi(ied and responded to responsi*l and
accordingl esta*lished procedures and
guidelines
&%7 E((ectiveness o( interpersonal interaction is
consistentl monitored and evaluated to ensure
*est patient service outcomes
0% Act in a respect(ul manner at
all times
0%1 Respect for differences is positivel) activel
and consistentl demonstrated in all ,ork
0%& Confidentiality and privac o( patients is
maintained
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ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
0%0 Courtes is demonstrated in all interactions
,ith patients) their visitors) carers and (amil
0%7 Assistance ,ith the care o( patients ,ith
challenging *ehaviors is provided in
accordance ,ith esta*lished procedures
0%. Techniques are used to manage and minimi<e
aggression
7% Evaluate o,n ,ork to
maintain a high standard o(
patient service
7%1 Advice and assistance is received or sought
(rom appropriate sources on o,n performance
7%& ",n ,ork is ad?usted) incorporating
recommendations that address per(ormance
issues) to maintain the agreed standard o(
patient support
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% $atient
s
This ma include *ut not limited to-
1%1 $atients
1%& $rospective patients to the service or
services
1%0 1%0 $atients ma *e in contact ,ith the
institution through appropriate health care
personnel and pro(essionals or other advocates
or agencies
&% "thers ,ith ,hom interaction
is required in regard to
patient services
&%1"ther sta(( and team mem*ers
&%&Service units or departments
&%0#amil mem*ers) carers and (riends o( patients
&%7$ro(essional representatives or agents o(
patients such as-
8edical specialists
Nurses
Social ,orkers
Dietitians
Therapists
Allied health pro(essionals
9olunteers
Teachers and6or spiritual
Communit
&%.>eneral pu*lic
0% Communication 0%1 English6Tagalog6vernacular
0%& Sign language
0%0 Through an interpreter
0%7 Communit language as required * the
service 6 organi<ation
7% 8odes o( communication: 7%1 Continuing interaction ,ith patients and
clients
7%& 9er*al conversations either in person or
via telephone
7%0 2ritten notes * post or electronic media
7%7 2orker) (amil mem*er (riend or
pro(essional interpreter ,ho has relevant
languages
.% Respect (or di((erence .%1 $hsical
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VARIABLE RANGE
.%& Cognitive6mental or intellectual issues that
ma impact on communication
.%0 Cultural and ethnic
.%7 Religious6spiritual
.%. Social
.%1 Age
.%3 !anguage literac and numerac a*ilities
.%4 Se;ualit and se;ual pre(erence
1% Con(identialit and privac o(
patients
1%1 #ees
1%& 5ealth (und entitlements
1%0 2el(are entitlements
1%7 $ament methods and records
1%. $u*lic environments
1%1 !egal and ethical requirements
1%3 2riting details ie medical and consent (orms
1%4 Conversations on the telephone
1%A Secure location (or ,ritten records
1%1/ "((ering a private location (or discussions
1%11 In(ormation disclosed to an appropriate
person consistent ,ith one=s level o(
responsi*ilit
7. $er(ormance monitoring 3%1 Sel(:monitoring
3%& Supervisor assessment
3%0 $atient (eed*ack
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate;
1%1 Communicated appropriatel ,ith patients
1%& 5andled complaints and resolved con(lict) or
re(erred matters to supervisors ,hen required
1%0 Complied ,ith relevant policies) protocols)
guidelines and procedures o( the organi<ation
1%7 Esta*lished and maintained good
interpersonal relationship ,ith patients
1%. Demonstrated courtes in all interactions
,ith patients) their visitors) and (amil
2. +nderpinning kno,ledge
and attitudes
&%1 Roles and responsi*ilities o( sel( and other
,orkers ,ithin the organi<ation
&%& 2hen client6patient issues need to *e
re(erred to an appropriate health pro(essional
&%0 "rgani<ational policies and procedures (or
privac and con(identialit o( in(ormation
provided * patients and others
&%7 Cno,ledge o( cultures relevant to the
particular service
&%. Institutional polic on patient rights and
responsi*ilities
3. +nderpinning skills 0%1 Esta*lishing and maintaining relationships)
taking into account individual di((erences
0%& +sing e((ective listening techniques
0%0 +sing appropriate ver*al and non ver*al
communication stles
0%7 A*ilit to interpret and (ollo, the instructions
and guidance o( health pro(essionals involved
,ith the care o( patient6clients
0%. "ral and ,ritten communication
0%1 $ro*lem solving skills required include the
a*ilit to use availa*le resources and
prioritise ,orkload
0%3 A*ilit to deal ,ith con(lict
0%4 A*ilit to ,ork ,ith others and displa
empath ,ith patient and relatives
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7% Resource Implications The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1 Access to relevant ,orkplace or appropriatel
simulated environment ,here assessment
can take place
7%& Relevant government and organi<ational
polic) guidelines) procedures and protocols
7%0 An relevant legislation in relation to service
deliver
.% 8ethod o( assessment Competenc ma *e assessed through-
.%1 Demonstration ,ith questioning
.%& Intervie,
.%0 Third part report
1% Conte;t o( Assessment 1%1 Assessment ma *e done in a simulated
,orkplace setting
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CORE COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; INSTALL BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT
UNIT CODE ; HCS11<1
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
necessar to install *iomedical equipment related to
patient care%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Interpret ,ork
instructions
1%1% 2ork instructions are read and interpreted to
determine ?o* requirements%
1%&% Tools and testing devices needed to carr
out the installation ,ork are selected in
accordance ,ith esta*lished procedures and
checked (or correct operation and sa(et%
1%0% /aterials necessar to complete the ,ork are
o*tained in accordance ,ith ?o* requirements%
&% Install equipment and
accessories
&%1% '%uipment and components are prepared (or
correct sequential installation%
&%&% *" policies !n1 procedures (or installation
are (ollo,ed according to manu(acturer=s
speci(ications%
&%0% $$' is used according to institution=s
requirements
&%7% Electrical ca*ling and ,iring devices o( correct
loading capacit are selected and sa(el
installed according to National Electrical
Code%
&%.% Equipment is installed in accordance ,ith
manu(acturer=s instructions) requirements) and
,ithout damage to sel( and others or
surrounding place or environment%
&%1% 0nplanned events or conditions are
responded to in accordance ,ith esta*lished
institutional procedures
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ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
0% Test installed
equipment and
accessories
0%1% Equipment is tested in accordance ,ith
manu(acturer=s instructions
0%&% #inal inspections are undertaken to ensure
that the installed device con(orms ,ith
manu(acturer=s instructions%
0%0% Work site is cleaned and cleared o( all de*ris
and le(t sa(e in accordance ,ith the
institution=s requirements%
0%7% Report on installation and testing o(
equipment is prepared and su*mitted
according to institution=s procedures%
0%.% Endorse equipment to appropriate end user
according to institution=s requirements
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Tools Tools (or- cutting) shaping) drilling) threading)
tapping) (inishing) dismantling6assem*ling% Tool set
includes *ut is not limited to-
1%1% $liersI BassortedD
1%&% Scre,driversI BassortedD
1%0% Soldering gun6iron
1%7% Electric drill and assorted *its
1%.% Tool kit
1%1% 2rench and spanners BspannersD
1%3% Staple gun
&% Testing devices Include *ut are not limited to-
&%1% 8ulti:tester
&%&% Signal generator
&%0% "scilloscope
&%7% Cali*rators
&%.% >auges BassortedD
0% 8aterials Include *ut are not limited to-
0%1% Tape BassortedD
0%&% Sealing materials
0%0% Ca*les
0%7% 2ires
0%.% Soldering !ead
0%1% 2ire tie
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VARIABLE RANGE
7% Equipment Equipment includes *ut not limited to-
7%1% 2eighing scale) In(ant6Adult
7%&% Clinical ,eighing scale
7%0% >ooseneck lamp6E;amining light
7%7% ";gen gauge
7%.% Sphgmomanometer
7%1% Suction apparatus
7%3% Autoclave
7%4% "R6DR light
7%A% "R ta*le
7%1/% Ne*uli<er
7%11% Rotator6Shaker
7%1&% Electromuscular stimulator
7%10% Spectrophotometer
7%17% +ninterrupti*le po,er suppl
7%1.% Bag valve mask B$edia and AdultD
7%11% Anesthesia *ag
7%13% Clinical oven
.% $ersonal protection
equipment
Includes *ut is not limited to-
.%1% Industrial 8ask
.%&% Sa(et goggles
.%0% Coveralls
.%7% >loves
.%.% Shoe cover
1% "S5 policies and
procedures
1%1% National Electrical Code
1%&% "S5 guidelines
1%0% $hilippine environmental standards
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VARIABLE RANGE
3% +nplanned events or
conditions
Include *ut are not limited to-
3%1% #ire
3%&% #lood
3%0% Earthquake
3%7% Electrical shock
3%.% $o,er interruption
3%1% $o,er overload
3%3% Alert levels
4% 2orksite Includes *ut not limited to-
4%1% !a*orator
4%&% Clinics
4%0% "perating room6Deliver room
4%7% 2ards6+nits
4%.% Emergenc room
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 71
EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1% Interpreted ,ork instructions according to ?o*
requirements%
1%&% Appropriatel selected electrical ca*ling and ,iring
devices used
1%0% Installed equipment in accordance ,ith
manu(acturer=s instructions%
1%7% Tested installed equipment according to
manu(acturer=s instructions
&% +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1% "ccupational sa(et and health guidelines
&%&% Speci(ications and proper use o( tools
&%0% >eneral concepts and principles in electronics and
electricit
&%0%1% AC6DC po,er supplies
&%0%&% "perational ampli(iers
&%0%0% Digital electronics
&%0%7% 2iring techniques
&%7% +se o( test equipment and6 or instruments
&%.% Clinical application o( equipment6instruments6tools
&%1% Dra,ing interpretation
&%3% Electronic hand soldering
&%4% Cno,ledge in computer
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1% Reading skills required to interpret ,ork instructions)
diagrams) schematics
0%&% Communication skills needed to interpret) de(ine and
e;plain ,ork procedures
0%0% $ro*lem solving in emergenc situationBsD
0%7% Soldering skills
0%.% Trou*leshooting
0%1% Courtes and helping attitude
0%3% +se o( computer
7% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
7%1% "*servation ,ith questioning
7%&% Intervie,
7%0% Demonstration ,ith questioning
7%7% Third part assessment
7%.% $ort(olio
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 7&
.% Resource
implications
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
.%1% Tools
.%&% Test equipment and instruments
.%0% 8aterials
.%7% 2ork station
.%.% @o* orders6requests
1% Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1% Assessment ma *e conducted in the ,orkplace or in
a simulated environment
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 70
+NIT TIT!E - PERFORM CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE ON
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT
+NIT C"DE - HCS11<2
+NIT DESCRI$T"R - This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitude
required in conducting corrective maintenance%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Respond to client6customer
service request
1%1 Appropriate request (orm is &ecei-e1 in
!cco&1!nce ?it7 in"tit*tion $&otoco+")
1%&% Covered biomedical e%uipment is
identi(ied,
1%0% $rompt service is conducted on:site or in the
,orkshop%
&% $repare unit6equipment &%1% Complete assem*l check:up and (ault
smptoms are conducted) identi(ied) and
veri(ied against client description and properl
documented%
&%&% Repair histor is veri(ied in line ,ith the
institution procedures%
&%0% ervice manuals and service information
required (or the corrective maintenance are
made availa*le at the *eginning o( the
corrective maintenance activities%
&%7% 2orkplace is cleaned in accordance ,ith the
institution procedure%
&%.% Necessar tools1 test instrument and
personal protective e%uipment are
prepared in line ,ith ?o* requirement%
0% Diagnose (aults 0%1% Sstematic pre:testing procedure is o*served
in accordance ,ith manu(acturer=s instruction%
0%&% Sstem detect is identi(ied using appropriate
tools and test equipment and in accordance
,ith organi<ational policies and procedures%
0%0% Accurate diagnosis is completed ,ithin the
speci(ied time(rame%
0%7% Diagnosis and (indings o( Basic Biomedical
Equipment (ailures or technical pro*lems are
completel and accuratel documented in
accordance ,ith institution standard%
0%. #ault6s) de(ects and range o( the pro*lems are
properl and courteousl e;plained to the
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 77
client in accordance ,ith institution polic%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
7% Repair *iomedical
equipment
7%1% Sa(et equipment is used to protect sel( and
others in accordance ,ith Esta*lished
"ccupational 5ealth and Sa(et $ractices%
7%&% De(ective spare parts6components are
replaced ,ith equivalent and6or *etter
per(orming spare parts6components%
7%0% Repair and6or replaced parts6components are
soldered in accordance to current *est
industr practice%
7%7% Necessar circuit ad?ustment) re:cali*ration
and testing procedure is done and in
con(ormance ,ith equipment manu(acturer
speci(ication standards%
7%.% Necessar modi(ication) conversion o( parts
and6or circuits is applied in accordance ,ith
industr *est practice and equipment
manu(acturer speci(ications%
7%1% Spare parts su*stitution is in accordance ,ith
the manu(acturer=s speci(ication or equivalent%
7%3% Corrective maintenance activit is
accomplished ,ithin the required time (rame%
7%4% Care and e;treme precaution in handling the
unit is o*served%
.% Reassem*le and test
repaired unit
.%1 $er(ormance and (unctional test is conducted
immediatel a(ter re:assem*l%
.%& Equipment status and per(ormance is
checked and ensured con(ormance ,ith
equipment manu(acturer standard and other
health sa(et regulations%
.%0 Complete and accurate documentation is
prepared%
.%7 Tools and test instrument are cleaned and
cared as per organi<ational procedure%
.%. 2aste materials are disposed in accordance
,ith hospital ,aste management and other
environmental re%uirements,
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 7.
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Re:commission
*iomedical equipment
1%1% Basic *iomedical equipment and its
immediate surrounding are cleaned in
accordance ,ith institution polic%
1%&% Appropriate sta(( is communicated on the
status o( the equipment as per institution
standards%
3% $er(orm and maintain
*iomedical equipment
corrective maintenance
documentation%
3%1 5ealth care equipment corrective
maintenance (orm and other relevant reports
are accomplished in strict o*servance o(
institution standards%
3%& Reports are su*mitted to proper o((icer6o((ices
in accordance ,ith institution polic%
3%0 Corrective 8aintenance documents are
sstematicall kept and updated as per
institution standards%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 71
RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE
RANGE
1% Appropriate request
communication
1%1% $roper service request (orm%
1%&% #ormal service request letter%
1%0% 9er*al service request Bactual or phoneD
1%7% Electronic communication equipment%
&% Biomedical equipment &%1% 2eighing scaleI In(ant6digital
&%&% Clinical ,eighing scale
&%0% >ooseneck lamp6E;amining light
&%7% ";gen gauge
&%.% Sphgmomanometer
&%1 Suction apparatus
&%3 Autoclave
&%4 "R6DR light
&%A "R ta*le
&%1/% Ne*uli<er
&%11% Rotator6Shaker
&%1&% Electromuscular stimulator
&%10% Spectrophotometer
&%17% +ninterrupted po,er suppl
&%1.% Bag valve mask B$edia and AdultD
&%11% Anesthesia *ag
&%13% Clinical oven
0% Service manuals and
in(ormation
0%1% "peration=s 8anuals
0%&% Service6Technical 8anual
0%0% Installation 8anual
0%7% $arts !ist 8anual
0%.% @o* Report Sheets
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 73
VARIABLE
RANGE
0%1% @o* Request6"rder
0%3% Spare:$arts !ist Replacement >uide
Book
0%4% Requisition Slip
0%A% Equipment 5istor Card
0%1/% Supplier Inde;
7% Tools and test instrument Includes *ut not limited to-
7%1% Scre,drivers BassortedD
7%&% Soldering iron6gun
7%0% De:soldering tool
7%7% 2renches BassortedD
7%.% $liers BassortedD
7%1% Cleaning Brush
7%3% Thermometer B digital G mercurialD
7%4% Electrical Sa(et Anal<er
7%A% 8ulti:tester Banalog6digitalD
7%1/% +tilit kni(e
7%11% 5ammer B Shock less6mechanicalD
7%1&% Alignment tool

.% $ersonal $rotective
Equipment
.%1% 2ork clothes
.%&% 5and gloves
.%0% >oggles
.%7% 8ask
.%. Shoe cover
1% Environment requirement 1%1% D"5 5ospital 2aste 8anagement
Circular
1%&% DENR Circular
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 74
EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1% Demonstrate e((icient application o(
e((ective trou*leshooting technique%
1%&% Demonstrate e((ective testing o( parts and
components
1%0% Demonstrate qualit corrective service%
1%7% Demonstrate the proper procedures in
equipment testing electrical sa(et)
cali*ration) cleaning and *asic *iomedical
equipment disin(ecting%
1%.% Demonstrate the conversion) su*stitution)
modi(ication o( parts and circuits and in
compliance ,ith *asic *iomedical
equipment manu(acturer standards and
esta*lished occupational health sa(et
regulations%
1%1% Demonstrate the use o( proper use o(
tools) test equipment and other equipment
properl%
1%3% Demonstrate proper interpretation o(
service manual speci(ication6instructions%
1%4% Identi( (aults and pro*lem accuratel%
1%A% Receive service request promptl and
courteousl%
1%1/% Correct the *asic *iomedical equipment
pro*lem accuratel and properl ,ithin the
esta*lished time(rame%
1%11% Document the required corrective
maintenance ,orks accuratel%
&% +nderpinning kno,ledge
and attitudes
&%1% >eneral kno,ledge on the human
phsiolog and anatom sstem on the
covered *asic *iomedical equipment%
&%&% >eneral kno,ledge on the *lock and
schematic diagrams and other essential
circuits and components o( the covered
*asic *iomedical equipment%
&%0% >eneral kno,ledge on the various
mechanical) pneumatic) electronic and
electrical and components used directl or
indirectl in the covered *asic *iomedical
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 7A
equipment%
&%7% >eneral kno,ledge on e((icient application
o( e((ective trou*leshooting technique%
&%.% >eneral kno,ledge on the principle o(
operation) operating requirement)
essential parts and (unctions o( the
covered *asic *iomedical equipment%
&%1% >eneral kno,ledge on the special sa(et
precautions and the esta*lished
"ccupational 5ealth and Sa(et $ractices%
&%3% >eneral kno,ledge on the technical
speci(ication) reading and interpreting
diagrams) trou*leshooting technique)
maintenance management) spare parts
suppliers and list o( technical persons
capa*le to assist in the corrective
maintenance o( the covered *asic
*iomedical equipment%
&%4% >eneral kno,ledge on the use o(
mathematics) phsics) electrical)
electronics) pneumatic) hdraulic)
mechanical and other related su*?ects use
to solve the technical pro*lem on the
covered *asic *iomedical equipment%
&%A% >eneral kno,ledge on various tpes and
models and the distinctions *et,een one
unit ,ith the other o( the covered *asic
*iomedical equipment%
&%1/ Cno,ledge in computer
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1% E((ective client human relations and
communications%
0%&% E((ective in(ormation gathering ,ith the
client) peers) equipment service
engineers6sta(( and supervisors relevant in
the corrective maintenance activit%
0%0% E((ective and e((icient ,ork and sa(et
practices%
0%7% E((ective data analsis%
0%.% E((ective ,ork sa(et practices and time
management%
0%1% E((ective documentation
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII ./
0%3 +se o( computer
7% Resource implications The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
7%1% Tools and test instrument%
7%&% Complete spare parts and consuma*les%
7%0% Cali*rating instrument BAir pressure
cali*rator Jetc%D
7%7% Basic Biomedical Equipment service
8anuals
7%.% 2ork area6*ench
7%1% Basic Biomedical Equipment checklist
(orms and other reporting (orms%
.% 8ethod o( assessment Competenc MUST *e assessed through-
.%1% Competenc in this unit ma *e assessed
through direct o*servation o( application o(
task and questions B,ritten6oralD to
underpinning kno,ledge%
1% Conte;t o( Assessment 1%1% Competenc ma *e assessed in the
,orkplace) assessment center or in a
simulated ,orkplace%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .1
UNIT OF COMPETENCY - PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ON
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT
UNIT CODE - HCS11<
UNIT DESCRIPTOR - This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
required in conducting preventive maintenance%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% $repares preventive
maintenance protocol
1)1 Covered biomedical e%uipment and
accessories is identi(ied%
1%&% +pdate *asic *iomedical equipment inventor
on the covered BBE is secured and used as
re(erence (or preventive maintenance
preparation%
1%0 Repair histor and equipment consuma*les
are veri(ied in line ,ith the institution=s
procedure%
1%7 Appropriate checklist forms tools1 test
e%uipment1 calibrating tools1 fast moving
consumables and personal protective
e%uipment are secured in line ,ith ?o*
requirements%
&% Implements preliminar
preventive maintenance protocol
&%1% $reventive maintenance program is properl
communicated ,ith the appropriate staff%
&%&% Immediate surrounding o( covered BBE is
secured (rom unnecessar! hazards,
&%0% $er(ormed *asic *iomedical equipment ocular
inspection in accordance ,ith institution=s
procedure%
&%7% Cleaned and saniti<ed BBE in accordance
,ith manu(acturer standard and6or institution=s
procedure%
0% $er(orm electrical sa(et
testing
0%1% Set:up appropriate test equipment in
accordance ,ith equipment manu(acturer
standards and esta*lished occupational
health and sa(et practices%
0%&% !ine voltage) ground resistance and current
leakage o( the covered BBE are measured in
accordance ,ith manu(acturer standards and
in strict o*servance o( the esta*lished
occupational health and sa(et practices%
0%0% Electrical sa(et test results ,ith equipment
manu(acturer=s sa(et standards are anal<ed%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .&
0%7% Electrical (aults are corrected in accordance
,ith equipment manu(acture standards%
7% $er(orm health care equipment
(unctional test%
7%1 Equipment set:up and start:up operation is
per(ormed in accordance ,ith equipment
manu(acturer standards%
7%& Set equipment controls in accordance ,ith
equipment manu(acture=s (unctional test
standard%
7%0 Controls and start up signals are checked in
accordance ,ith manu(acture standard
operating procedure and sa(et regulations%
7%7 BBE operation protocols are simulated in
accordance ,ith manu(acturer standard%
7%1 Equipment lu*rication is done in accordance
,ith manu(acturer standards%
7%3 Accessories o( the covered BBE are
inspected and set:up in accordance ,ith
institution and equipment manu(acturer
standard respectivel%
7%4 Appropriate equipment consuma*les are
replaced in accordance ,ith manu(acturer
standards
7%A #unctional test is completed ,ithin the
speci(ied time as provided in the institution
BBE preventive maintenance procedure%
.% Check and $er(orm BBE
cali*ration%
.%1 Appropriate cali*ration procedures and
parameters are determined in accordance
,ith equipment manu(acturer standards
and6or institution=s guidelines%
.%& Cali*ration equipment is set:up in accordance
,ith manu(acturer standard and occupational
and health sa(et practices%
.%0 BBE operation is simulated in accordance ,ith
equipment manu(acturer standards%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .0
.%7 Cali*ration controls are crossed check and
veri(ied in accordance ,ith manu(acturer
standards%
.%. Necessar ad?ustments are made in
accordance ,ith equipment manu(acturer
instruction%
.%1 Covered BBE is su*?ected to (inal test in
accordance ,ith institution guidelines and
procedures%
1% Re:commission BBE% 1%1 Reassem*led BBE are su*?ected to (inal
testing in accordance ,ith institution standard%
1%& BBE and its immediate surrounding are
cleaned
in accordance ,ith institution polic%
1%0 Communicated ,ith appropriate sta(( that
preventive maintenance procedure is done and
*rie(=s the same on equipment status as per
institution standard%
3% $er(orm and maintain
BBE preventive maintenance
documentation%
3%1 Basic *iomedical equipment checklist (orms
and other preventive maintenance documents
are accomplished in strict o*servance o(
institution standards%
3%& Reports are su*mitted to proper o((icer6o((ice in
accordance ,ith institution polic%
3%0 $reventive maintenance documents are
sstematicall kept and updated as per
institution standards%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .7
RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Equipment- 1%1% 2eighing scale BIn(ant6AdultD
1%&% Clinical ,eighing scale
1%0% >ooseneck lamp6E;amining light
1%7% ";gen gauge
1%.% Sphgmomanometer
1%1% Suction apparatus
1%3% Autoclave
1%4% "R6DR light
1%A% "R ta*le
1%1/% Ne*uli<er
1%11% Clinical Rotator6Shaker
1%1&% Electromuscular stimulator
1%10% Spectrophotometer
1%17% +ninterrupted po,er suppl
1%1.% Bag valve B$edia and AdultD
1%11% Anesthesia *ag
1%13% Clinical oven
&% Checklist (orm &%1 Covered equipment $%8% checklist (orm
0% Tools) test equipment and
cali*rating tool
Includes *ut not limited to-
0%1% Scre,drivers BassortedD
0%&% Soldering iron6gun
0%0% De:soldering tool
0%7% 2renches BassortedD
0%.% $liers BassortedD
0%1% Cleaning Brush
0%3% Thermometer B digital G mercurialD
0%4% Electrical Sa(et Anal<er
0%A% 8ulti:tester Banalog6digitalD
0%1/% +tilit kni(e
0%11% Alignment tool
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII ..
VARIABLE RANGE
7% Service manuals and
in(ormation
7%1% "peration=s 8anuals
7%&% Service6Technical 8anual
7%0% Installation 8anual
7%7% $arts !ist 8anual
7%.% @o* Report Sheets
7%1% @o* Request6"rder
7%3% Equipment 5istor Card
7%4% Supplier Inde;
.% #ast moving consuma*les% .%1% "il) cleaning agents
.%&% #uses BassortedD
.%0% Contact cleaner
.%7% Soldering lead
.%. Tape BassortedD
.%1% #ilters BassortedD
.%3% Sealing materials
.%4% Scre,s BassortedD
.%A% 2ire tie
1% Appropriate sta(( 1%1% End:user
1%&% Immediate supervisor
1%0% 8anagers
3% $ersonal $rotective Equipment% 3%1 2orking clothes
3%&% 5and >loves
3%0% >oggles
3%7% 8ask
3%.% Shoe cover
4% +nnecessar ha<ards 4%1% $eople
4%&% 2et (loors
4%0% "pen electrical ,iring
4%7% !ocation
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .1
EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1Interpreted ,ork instructions according to ?o*
requirements%
1%&Appropriatel selected electrical ca*ling and ,iring
devices used%
1%0 Installed equipment in accordance ,ith manu(acturer=s
instructions%
1%7 Tested installed equipment according to manu(acturer=s
instructions
& +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1 "ccupational sa(et and health guidelines
&%& Speci(ication and proper use o( tools
&%0 >eneral concepts and principles o( in electronics and
electricit
&%0%1 AC6DC po,er supplies
&%0%& "perational ampli(iers
&%0%0 Digital electronics
&%0%7 2iring techniques
&%7 +se o( test equipment6instruments
&%. Clinical application o( equipment6instruments6tools
&%1 Dra,ing interpretation
&%3 Electronic hand soldering
0% +nderpinning skills 0%1 Reading skills required to interpret ,ork instructions)
diagrams) schematics
0%& Communication skills needed to interpret and de(ine
and e;plain ,ork procedures
0%0 $ro*lem solving in emergenc situation
0%7 Soldering skills
0%. Trou*leshooting
0%1 Courtes and helping attitude
7% 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
7%1 "*servation ,ith questioning
7%& Intervie,
7%0 Demonstration ,ith questioning
7%7 Third part assessment
7%. $ort(olio
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .3
.% Resource
implication
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
.%1 Tools
.%& Test equipment and instruments
.%0 8aterials
.%7 2ork station
.%. @o* orders6requests
1% Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1 Assessment ma *e conducted in the ,orkplace or in
a simulated environment
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .4
UNIT OF COMPETENCY ; REPAIR BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT
UNIT CODE ; HCS11<'
UNIT DESCRIPTOR ; This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
necessar to repair *iomedical equipment related
to patient care%
ELEMENTS
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% Inspect equipment (or
repair
1%1 Identi( equipment (or repair in accordance to
institutional rules and regulations%
1%& Sort and classif! equipment (or repair
1%0 $rioriti<e equipment (or repair
& $lan and prepare (or
repair
&%1Repair is planned and prepared in line ,ith ?o*
requirements%
&%&*" policies and procedures are (ollo,ed in
line ,ith ?o* requirements
&%0E/*i$#ent is checked against speci(ication and
requirements%
&%7M!te&i!+" !n1 "*$$+ie" necessar to complete
the ,ork are o*tained in accordance ,ith
esta*lished procedures and checked against
?o* requirements%
&%.Tools1 e%uipment and testing devices needed
to carr out the ,ork are o*tained in
accordance ,ith esta*lished procedures and
checked (or correct operation and sa(et
0% Repair equipment 0%1 Appropriate personal protective equipment is
used and "S5 policies and procedures are
(ollo,ed%
0%&Normal (unction o( equipment is checked in
accordance ,ith manu(acturer=s instructions%
0%0#ault or pro*lem in the equipment is diagnosed in
line ,ith the standard operating procedures%
0%7Determine most cost:e((ective repair solution in
accordance ,ith institution=s requirements%
0%.Equipment is repaired or replaced in line ,ith the
standard operating procedures
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII .A
ELEMENTS
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
(Italicized Bold terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*lesD
7 Inspect the test
equipment
7%1 #inal inspections are undertaken to ensure
that the testing conducted on the equipment
and circuits con(orms ,ith the manu(acturer=s
instruction6manual%
7%&E/*i$#ent is checked to ensure sa(e operation%
7%0 Un$+!nne1 e-ent" o& con1ition" are
responded to in accordance ,ith esta*lished
procedures%
7%72ork site is cleaned and cleared o( all de*ris and
le(t in a sa(e condition in accordance ,ith
esta*lished procedures%
7%.Report is prepared6completed according to
compan requirements
7%1Endorse equipment to appropriate end user
according to institution=s requirements
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 1/
RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1% Tools Tools (or- cutting) shaping) drilling) threading)
tapping) (inishing) dismantling6assem*ling% Tool set
includes *ut not limited to-
1%1 $liersI BassortedD
1%& Scre,driversI BassortedD
1%0 Soldering gun6iron
1%7 Drill and assorted *its
1%. Tool kit
1%1 2rench and spanners BassortedD
1%3 $uller
& Testing devices Includes *ut not limited to-
&%1 8ulti:tester
&%& Signal generator
&%0 "scilloscope
&%7 Cali*rators
&%. >auges BassortedD
&%1 9aria*le po,er suppl
0 8aterials Includes *ut not limited to-
0%1 Tape BassortedD
0%& Sealing materials BassortedD
0%0 Ca*les
0%7 2ires
0%. Soldering !ead
0%1 2ire tie
0%3 "il) Cleaning agent
0%4 >rease
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 11
7 Equipment Equipment includes *ut not limited to-
7%1 2eighing scale) BIn(ant6DigitalD
7%& Clinical ,eighing scale
7%0 >ooseneck lamp6E;amining light
7%7 8edical gauges
7%. Sphgmomanometer
7%1 Suction apparatus
7%3 Autoclave
7%4 "R6DR light
7%A "R ta*le
7%1/ Ne*uli<er
7%11 Clinical Rotator6Shaker
7%1& Electromuscular stimulator
7%10 Spectrophotometer
7%17 +ninterrupted po,er suppl
7%1. Bag valve B$edia and AdultD
7%11 Anesthesia *ag
7%13 Clinical oven
. $$E Includes *ut not limited to-
.%1 >loves
.%& Industrial 8ask
.%0 Sa(et goggles
.%7 Coveralls
.%. Shoe cover
1 "S5 policies and
procedures
1%1 National Electrical Code
1%& "S5 guidelines
1%0 $hilippine environmental standards
3 +nplanned events or
conditions
Includes *ut not limited to-
3%1 #ire
3%& #lood
3%0 Earthquake
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 1&
3%7 Electrical shock
3%. $o,er interruption
3%1 $o,er overload
3%3 Alert levels
4 2orksite Includes *ut not limited to-
4%1 !a*orator
4%& Clinics
4%0 "perating room
4%7 2ards6+nits
4%. Emergenc room
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspect o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1Interpreted ,ork instructions according to ?o*
requirements%
1%& Diagnosed (aults in equipment and circuits
1%0 Repaired or replaced de(ective components%
1%7Conducted test on the repaired equipment according to
manu(acturer=s instructions
1%. Documented tasks undertaken
& +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1 #undamentals o( Chemistr
&%& #undamentals o( $hsics
&%0 8edical terminologies
&%7 "5S requirements
&%. +se o( tools
&%1 +se o( tools equipment
&%3 Electrical theor
&%4 AC6DC principles
&%A 2iring techniques
&%1/ Dra,ing interpretation and sketching
&%11 Digital electronics
&%1& 5ospital ethics
&%10 5ospital sa(et
&%17 Concepts o( instrumentation
&%1. $ressure measurement
&%11 #luid (lo,
&%13 Temperature measurement
&%14 $rocess control
&%1A $rocess control sstem
&%&/ Transmitters and converters
&%&1 $rogramma*le controllers
&%&& Control valves
&%&0 Telemetr
&%&7 Indicators and recorders
0 +nderpinning skills 0%1 Reading skills required to interpret ,ork instructions
0%&Communication skills needed to interpret and e;plain
,ork procedures
0%0 $ro*lem solving in emergenc situation
0%7 Soldering skills
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7 8ethod o(
assessment
7%1 Competenc assessment ma *e assessed through-
7%1%1 "*servation ,ith questioning
7%1%& Third part report
7%1%0 $ort(olio
. Resource
implication
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
.%1 8aterials
.%& Tools and test equipment6instrument
.%0 Equipment to *e used in a real or simulated situations
1 Conte;t o(
Assessment
1%1Assessment ma *e conducted in the ,orkplace or in a
simulated environment
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 1.
UNIT OF COMPETENCY - ASSESS AND REFER BIOMEDICAL
EQUIPMENT
UNIT CODE - HCS11<2
UNIT DESCRIPTOR - This unit covers the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes
required in the assessment and re(erral o(
*iomedical equipment%
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
1% $lan and prepare 1%1Identi(ication o( e%uipment faults / defects is
planned and prepared in line ,ith ?o*
requirements%
1%&*ccupational afet! and "ealth &*"(
policies and procedures needed are
(ollo,ed in line ,ith ?o* requirements%
1%0/aterials necessar to complete the ,ork are
o*tained in accordance ,ith ?o* esta*lished
procedures and checked against ?o*
requirements%
1%7+ppropriate personnel are consulted to ensure
that the ,ork is e((ectivel coordinated%
1%.Tools1 e%uipment and testing devices needed
to carr out the ,ork are o*tained in
accordance ,ith esta*lished procedures and
checked (or proper operation and sa(et%
1%1Sstem and equipment de(ects are checked
against ?o* requirements%
&% Assess (aults 6 de(ects &%1 Appropriate personal protective e%uipment
&$$'( is used in accordance ,ith ?o*
requirements and manu(acturer=s
requirements%
&%& Equipment (aults / de(ects are assessed in
accordance ,ith standard operating
procedures%
&%0 #ontingenc! measures are managed and
implemented in accordance ,ith esta*lished
procedures%
&%7 0nplanned events or conditions are
responded to in accordance ,ith esta*lished
institutional procedures%
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ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Italicized terms are ela*orated in the Range o( 9aria*les
0% Re(er (or re:assessment
6 repair
0%1Necessar report prepared as per institutional
requirements%
0%&2here applica*le) details o( re(errals Be%g% name)
compan) speciali<ationD are identi(ied *ased on
equipment assessment
0%0 Identi( and in(orm appropriate personnel
regarding assessment (indings according to
esta*lished protocol%
0%7 Su*mit report in accordance to institutional
policies and requirements%
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RANGE OF VARIABLES
VARIABLE RANGE
1%Tools 1%1 Tools (or- cutting) shaping) drilling) threading)
tapping) (inishing) dismantling6assem*ling% Tool
set includes *ut not limited to-
1%& $liersI BassortedD
1%0 Scre,driversI BassortedD
1%7 Soldering gun6iron
1%. Drill and assorted *its
1%1 Tool kit
1%3 2rench and spanners BassortedD
&% Testing devices Includes *ut not limited to-
&%1 8ulti:tester
&%& Signal generator
&%0 "scilloscope
&%7 Cali*rators
&%. >auges BassortedD
0% 8aterials Includes *ut not limited to-
0%1 Tape BassortedD
0%& Sealing materials
0%0 Ca*les
0%7 2ires
0%. Soldering !ead
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7 Equipment Equipment includes *ut not limited to-
7%1 Digital ,eighing scale
7%& In(ant ,eighing scale
7%0 Clinical ,eighing scale
7%7 >ooseneck lamp6E;amining light
7%. ";gen gauge
7%1 Sphgmomanometer
7%3 Suction apparatus
7%4 Autoclave
7%A "R6DR light
7%1/ "R ta*le
7%11 Ne*uli<er
7%1& Rotator6Shaker
7%10 Electromuscular stimulator
7%17 Spectrophotometer
7%1. K+ninterrupted po,er suppl
7%11 Bag valve B$edia and AdultD
7%13 Anesthesia *ag
7%14 Clinical oven
. $$E Includes *ut not limited to-
.%1>loves
.%&Industrial 8ask
.%0Sa(et goggles
.%7Coveralls
1 "S5 policies and
procedures
1%1 National Electrical Code
1%& "S5 guidelines
1%0 $hilippine environmental standards
3 +nplanned events or
conditions
Includes *ut not limited to-
3%1 #ire
3%& #lood
3%0 Earthquake
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3%7 Electrical shock
3%. $o,er interruption
3%1 $o,er overload
3%3 Alert levels
4 2orksite Includes *ut not limited to-
4%1 !a*orator
4%& Clinics
4%0 "perating room
4%7 2ards6+nits
4%. Emergenc room
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EVIDENCE GUIDE
1% Critical aspects o(
competenc
Assessment requires evidence that the candidate-
1%1Interpreted ,ork instructions according to ?o*
requirements%
1%& Assessed and re(erred (aults 6 de(ects equipment%
1%0Appropriatel selected electrical ca*ling and ,iring
devices used
1%7 Conducted test accuratel on the equipment%
1%. Reported the task undertaken%
& +nderpinning
kno,ledge and
attitudes
&%1 "ccupational sa(et and health guidelines
&%& Speci(ications and proper use o( tools%
&%0>eneral concepts and principles o( in electronics and
electricit
&%0%1 AC6DC po,er supplies
&%0%& "perational ampli(iers
&%0%0 Digital electronics
&%0%7 2iring techniques
&%7 Cno,ledge o( test equipment6instruments
&%. Cno,ledge on (aults 6 de(ects%
&%1 Clinical application o( equipment6instruments6tools
&%3 Dra,ing interpretation
0 +nderpinning skills 0%1Reading skills required to interpret ,ork instructions)
diagrams) schematics%
0%&Communication skills needed to interpret and e;plain
,ork procedures
0%0 $ro*lem solving in emergenc situation
0%7 Soldering skills
0%. Trou*leshooting
0%1 Courtes and helping attitude
7 8ethod o(
assessment
Competenc ma *e assessed through-
7%1 "*servation ,ith questioning
7%& Intervie,
7%0 Demonstration ,ith questioning
7%7 Third part assessment
7%. $ort(olio
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. Resource
implication
The (ollo,ing resources MUST *e provided-
.%1 Tools
.%& Test equipment and instruments
.%0 8aterials
.%7 2ork station
.%. @o* orders6requests
1 Conte;t o(
assessment
1%1 Assessment ma *e conducted in the ,orkplace or in a
simulated environment
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 3&
SECTION TRAINING STANDARDS
This set o( standards provides Technical and 9ocational Education and Training
BT9ETD providers ,ith in(ormation and other important requirements to consider
,hen designing training programs (or BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING
NCII)
This includes in(ormation on curriculum design) training deliver) trainee entr
requirements) tools) materials and equipment) training (acilities and trainers
quali(ication and national assessment and certi(ication arrangements%
)1 CURRICULUM DESIGN
Course Title- BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC !evel- NC II
Nominal Training 5ours- @3< HOURS
Course Description-
This course is designed to enhance the kno,ledge) skills and attitudes o(
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING in accordance ,ith industr standards% It
covers *asic) common and core competencies in NC II%
BASIC COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
1% $articipate in
,orkplace
communication
1%1"*tain and
conve ,orkplace
in(ormation%
1%&Complete relevant
,ork related
documents%
1%0$articipate in
,orkplace
meeting and
discussion%
>roup
discussion
Interaction
Demonstration
"*servation
Intervie,s6
'uestioning
&% 2ork in a team
environment
&%1 Descri*e and
identi( team role
and responsi*ilit
in a team%
&%& Descri*e ,ork as
a team mem*er%
Discussion
Interaction
Demonstration
"*servation
Intervie,s6
'uestioning
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 30
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
0% $ractice career
pro(essionalism
0%1 Integrate
personal
o*?ectives ,ith
organi<ational
goals%
0%& Set and meet
,ork priorities%
0%0 8aintain
pro(essional
gro,th and
development%
>roup
discussion
Interaction
Demonstration
"*servation
Intervie,s6
'uestioning
7% $ractice
occupational
health and sa(et
7%1 Evaluate ha<ard
and risks%
7%& Control ha<ards
and risks%
7%0 8aintain
occupational
health and sa(et
a,areness%
Discussion
$lant Tour
Smposium
"*servation
Intervie,s
COMMON COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
1% Implement and
monitor in(ection
control policies
and procedures
1%1 $rovide
in(ormation to the
,ork group a*out
the organi<ation=s
in(ection control
policies and
procedures%
1%& Integrate the
organi<ation=s
in(ection control
polic and
procedure into
,ork practices%
1%0 8onitor in(ection
control
per(ormance and
implement
improvements in
practices
!ecturette
Interaction
"*servation
and oral
questioning
>rid
questioning
$ractical
e;ercise
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 37
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
&% Respond
e((ectivel to
di((icult6challengin
g *ehavior
&%1$lan and respond
to emergencies%
&%&Report and revie,
incidents%
!ecturette
Brainstroming
"*servation
and oral
questioning
>rid
questioning
$ractical
e;ercise
0% Appl *asic (irst
aid
0%1 Assess the
situation%
0%& Appl *asic (irst
aid techniques%
0%0 Communicate
details o( the
incident%
!ecturrette
Brainstorming
"*servation
and oral
questioning
>rid
questioning
$ractical
e;ercise
7% 8aintain high
standard o(
patient services
7%1 Communicate
appropriatel ,ith
patients%
7%&Esta*lish and
maintain good
interpersonal
relationship ,ith
patients%
7%0Act in a respect(ul
manner at all
times%
7%7Evaluate o,n
,ork to maintain a
high standard o(
patient service%
!ecturrette
Brainstorming
"*servation
and oral
questioning
>rid
questioning
$ractical
e;ercise
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 3.
CORE COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOME
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
1% Install *iomedical
equipment
1%1Interpret ,ork
instructions
1%&Install
instrumentation
and control
devices
1%0Test installed
instrumentation
and control
devices
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
&% $er(orm
corrective
maintenance
on
*iomedical
equipment
&%1Respond to
client6customer
service request
&%&$repare unit
&%0Diagnose (aults
&%7Repair Basic
Biomedical
Equipment
&%.Reassem*le and
test repaired unit
&%1Re:commission
Basic Biomedical
Equipment
&%3$er(orm and
maintain *asic
*iomedical
equipment
corrective
maintenance
documentation
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
0% $er(orm
preventive
maintenance on
*iomedical
equipment
0%1$repare
preventive
maintenance
protocol
0%&Implements
preliminar
preventive
maintenance
protocol
0%0$er(orm electrical
sa(et testing
0%7 $er(orm *asic
*iomedical
equipment
(unctional test%
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
Demonstratio
n
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 31
UNIT OF
COMPETENCY
LEARNING
OUTCOME
METHODOLOGY ASSESSMENT
APPROVAL
0%. Check and
per(orm *asic
*iomedical
equipment
cali*ration%
0%1 Re:commission
Basic Biomedical
Equipment%
0%3 $er(orm and
maintain *asic
*iomedical
equipment
preventive
maintenance
documentation%
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
Demonstratio
n
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
7%1Inspect equipment
(or repair%
7%&$lan and prepare
(or repair%
7%0Repair equipment%
7%7Inspect the test
equipment%
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
Demonstratio
n
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
.. Assess and re(er
*iomedical
equipment
.%1 $lan and prepare%
.%& Assess
(aults6de(ects
.%0 Re(er (or (urther re:
assessment
!ecture
'uestioning
"n:the: @o*
$ractice
Demonstratio
n
"*servation
Demonstration
Third $art
Report
Return
Demonstration
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 33
)2 TRAINING DELIVERY
The deliver o( training should adhere to the design o( the curriculum% Deliver
should *e guided * the 1/ *asic principles o( competenc:*ased T9ET%
The training is *ased on curriculum developed (rom the competenc
standardsI
!earning is modular in its structureI
Training deliver is individuali<ed and sel(:pacedI
Training is *ased on ,ork that must *e per(ormedI
Training materials are directl related to the competenc standards and the
curriculum modulesI
Assessment is *ased in the collection o( evidence o( the per(ormance o( ,ork
to the industr required standardI
Training is *ased *oth on and o((:the:?o* componentsI
Allo,s (or recognition o( prior learning BR$!D or current competenciesI
Training allo,s (or multiple entr and e;itI and
Approved training programs are nationall accredited%
The competenc E *ased T9ET sstem recogni<es various tpes o(
deliver modes) *oth on and o((:the:?o* as long as the learning is driven *
the competenc standards speci(ied * the industr% The (ollo,ing training
modalities ma *e adopted ,hen designing training programs-
The duali<ed mode o( training deliver is pre(erred and recommended% Thus
programs ,ould contain *oth in:school and in E industr training or (ield,ork
components% Details can *e re(erred to the Dual Training Sstem BDTSD
Implementing Rules and Regulations%
8odular6sel(:paced learning is a competenc:*ased training modalit ,herein
the trainee is allo,ed to progress at his o,n pace% The trainer (acilitates the
training deliver
$eer teaching6mentoring is a training modalit ,herein (ast learners are given
the opportunit to assist the slo, learners
Supervised industr training or on:the:?o* training is an approach in training
designed to enhance the kno,ledge an skills o( the trainee through actual
e;perience in the ,orkplace to acquire speci(ic competencies prescri*ed in
the training regulations%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 34
Distance learning is a (ormal education process in ,hich ma?orit o( the
instruction occurs ,hen the students and instructor are not in the same place%
Distance learning ma emplo correspondence stud) or audio) video or
computer technologies%
$ro?ect:Based Instruction is an authentic instructional model or strateg in
,hich students plan) implement and evaluate pro?ects that have real ,orld
applicants%
) TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS;
Trainees or students ,ishing to gain entr into these quali(ications
should possess the (ollo,ing requirements-
11 ears old and a*ove
8ust pass the traina*ilit 6 aptitude test
Can communicate e((ectivel *oth oral and ,ritten (orm
$hsicall) emotionall and mentall (it
Can per(orm *asic mathematical computation
This list does not include speci(ic institutional requirements such as
educational attainment) appropriate ,ork e;perience) and others that ma *e
required o( the trainees * the school or training center delivering this T9ET
program%
)' TOOLS, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT;
LIST OF TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
Recommended list o( tools) equipment and materials (or the training o( &. trainees
(or BI"8EDICA! E'+I$8ENT SER9ICIN> NCII are as (ollo,s-

TOOLS EQUIPMENT MATERIALS
't% Description 't% Description 't% Description
7 sets
$liersI BassortedD
1
8icroscope
Electronic devices
assorted
Scre,driversI
BassortedD
1 8edical
Re(rigerator6#ree<er
Soldering lead
Soldering iron6gun
1
EC> machine Sealing materials
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 3A
TOOLS EQUIPMENT
MATERIALS
't% Description 't% Description 't% Description
Electric hand drill and
assorted *its
1
Clinical ,eighing
scale
2ork clothes
Alligator clip ,ith
,ire
1 De(i*rillator 5and gloves
De:soldering tool
1
EENT Diagnostic set
>oggles
2renches BassortedD
1
>ooseneck lamp6
E;amining light
8ask
Cleaning *rush
1
!arngoscope ,ith
*lades
Tape BassortedD
$o,er suppl
varia*les
1
";gen unit
"il) cleaning agent
2ork *ench
1
Sphgmomanometer
5ammer
BShock less68echanicalD
1
Suction apparatus
Bread*oard
1
Anesthesia machine
Tester Analog6Digital
1
Autoclave
"scilloscope
1 "R6DR light
Signal >enerator
1
"R ta*le
Integrated Circuit
E;tractor
In(ant Incu*ator
1
Clinical Incu*ator
1
Ne*uli<er
1
5eart6!ung machine
1
Cardiac monitor
1
Circoelectric *ed
1
Centri(uge
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)2 TRAINING FACILITIES
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING NC II
The Biomedical Equipment Servicing !earning #acilit must *e o( concrete structure%
Based on class si<e o( 22 students 6 trainees the space requirements (or the
teaching 6 learning and curriculum areas are as (ollo,s%
TEACHING : LEARNING AREAS SIAE IN
METERS
AREA IN S)
METERS
QTY) TOTAL AREA IN
SQ) METERS
!a*orator Area . L 1/ ./ 1 ./
Tool Room 7 L . &/ 1 &/
Storage Room6 7L. &/ 1 &/
!earning Resources AreaK . L 3 0. 1 0.
2ash Area6Com(ort Room Bmale
G (emaleDK
&%. L 7 1/ 1 1/
Admin and Sta(( Room . L . &. 1 &.
Circulation AreaKK 1 0/
Total &//
Tot!+ 6o&B"7o$ A&e! 2<<
)3 TRAINER QUALIFICATION 8TQ II9
8ust *e a certi(ied electrical) electronic technician ,ith
*ackground6orientation on health care6services
8ust have undergone training on Training 8ethodolog II BT8 IID
8ust *e phsicall) emotionall and mentall (it
8ust possess good moral character
2ith at least & ears e;perience in the health service industr
)% INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
Institutional Assessment is undertaken * trainees to determine their
achievement o( units o( competenc% A certi(icate o( achievement is issued
(or each unit o( competenc%
TR Biomedical Equipment Servicing NCII 41
SECTION ' NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS
7%1 To attain the National 'uali(ication o( Biomedical Equipment Servicing
NC II) the candidate must demonstrate competence through pro?ect:
tpe assessment covering all units listed in Section 1% Success(ul
candidates) upon the recommendation o( the 5CITC) Inc% shall *e
a,arded a National Certi(icate) NC II signed * the TESDA Director
>eneral%
7%& Assessment shall (ocus on the core units o( competenc% The tool and
common units shall *e integrated or assessed concurrentl ,ith the
core units%
7%0 The (ollo,ing are quali(ied to appl (or assessment and certi(ication-
7%0%1 >raduates o( (ormal) non:(ormal and in(ormal including
enterprise: *ased training programs%
7%0%& E;perienced 2orkers B,age emploed or sel( E
emploedD
7%7% Reassessment in a unit o( competenc is allo,ed onl a(ter one month
(rom the date o( assessment% Reassessment (or a National Certi(icate
shall *e done onl on the task6s that the candidate did not success(ull
achieve%
7%. A candidate ,ho (ails the assessment (or t,o B&D consecutive times ,ill
*e required to go through a re(resher course *e(ore taking another
assessment%
7%1 "nl certi(ied individuals in this 'uali(ication ma *e nominated * the
5CITC) Inc% (or accreditation as Competenc Assessor%
7%3 "nl accredited Competenc Assessors are allo,ed to conduct
competenc assessment) ho,ever) trainers ,ho are accredited
Competenc Assessors are not allo,ed to assess their trainees%
7%4 Assessment o( competence must *e undertaken onl in the TESDA:
5CITC) Inc% accredited assessment centers% The per(ormance
assessment Bdemonstration o( competenceD) ho,ever) ma *e done in
an venue or ,orkplace dul designated * an accredited assessment
center%
7%AThe guidelines on assessment and certi(ication are discussed in detail in
the $rocedures 8anual on Assessment and Certi(ication%
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DEFINITION OF TERMS
#or the purpose o( this standard) the ,ord
M!inten!nce A com*ination o( an action carried out to retain an
item in) or restore it to an accepta*le operation
condition%
P&e-enti-e M!inten!nce 8aintained carried out a predetermined interval) or
to other prescri*ed criteria) and intended to reduce
the like hood o( an item not meeting an accepta*le
condition%
Co&&ecti-e M!inten!nce 8aintenance carried out to restore Bincluding
ad?ustment and repairD an item) ,hich has ceased
to meet an accepta*le condition%
E+ect&o c!&1io,&!$7 8ECG9 An instrument (or recording the changes o(
electrical potential occurring during the heart*eatI
used especiall in diagnosing a*normalities o( the
heart action%
S$ect&o$7oto#ete& A device (or measuring the concentration o( a
su*stance in a solution using single *eam o( light
that passes through the solution%
B+oo1 P&e""*&e A$$!&!t*" An equipment use to measure arterial *lood
pressure in the lateral pressure o( (orce e;erted *
*lood on a unit area o( the *lood vessel ,all%
6ei,7in, Sc!+e A measuring instrument (or determining the ,eight
o( an o*?ect- amount o( mass in terms o( kilogram
BkgD or pounds Bl*sD
NeC*+i>e& A device used to turn liquid medicine into a (ine
spra) or ne*ulas) usuall liquid (orm medicine (or
asthmaI (or quick nasal ingestion%
L!&.n,o"co$e A (le;i*le) lighted tu*e used to e;amine the larn;%
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Stet7o"co$e A medical instrument (or listening to the sounds
generated inside the *od ,hich other,ise could
not *e heard * a human ear unaided%
Ste&i+i>e& A device (or heating su*stances a*ove their *oiling
point% +se to manu(acture chemicals o( to
sterili<ed surgical instrument%
6!te& C!t7 A device (or regulating the temperature o( anthing
su*?ected to heat) * surrounding the vessel
containing it ,ith another vessel containing ,ater
,hich can *e kept at a desired temperature%
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AC5NO6LEDGMENT
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authorit BTESDAD ,ishes
to e;tend thanks and appreciation to the man representatives o( *usiness)
industr) academe and government agencies) non:government organi<ations
including pro(essional associations ,ho donated their time and e;pertise to the
development and validation o( this Training Regulations%
EDECUTIVE COMMITTEE, He!+t7 C!&e In1*"t&. T&!inin, Co*nci+, Inc)
Dr% @uan 8a% $a*lo R% NaMagas) 8$5) 8NSA
Chairperson
Dr% Cenneth 9incent Ronquillo) 8$58
Deput Chair
$ilar !% Singson 8ala*unga) RN) 8AN
Secretar B&//0:&//7D
Evangeline E% Ra(ael) RN) 8$A) 85A) $hD
Secretar
Dr% Irineo Bernardo) III
Treasurer
$ro(essor 'uintin >% Tan
Board 8em*er B&//0:&//7D
8a% Rita 9% Tamse) RN) 8N
Board 8em*er
Co##ittee C7!i&", He!+t7 C!&e In1*"t&. T&!inin, Co*nci+
Dr% Rodel Nodora) E8BA
$lanning Research) 8arketing and Advocac Committee

8a% Rita 9% Tamse) RN) 8N
Standards and Assessment Development Committee B&//0:&//7D
8s% >,n >race 8% Dacura,at
Standards and Assessment Development Committee
$ro(% Agnes Rosario A% De !eon) RN) 85A) C5C8
Training and Development Committee
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PAQTVET
8ark Douglas Cilner
Australian $ro?ect Director and Industr Advisor) 5ealth Sector
8r% Nicholas Crosling
8s% Sona Case
8r% $atrick Cummings
8r% Anthon Audle
8r% De;ter 8erquita
8s% Erma David
8s% "livia Angel
8s% Da<mea >aan
8r% Charles Del Rosario
8s% Ra**i 8orata
Co##ittee on St!n1!&1" !n1 A""e""#ent De-e+o$#ent
8s% >,nn 8arantan Dacura,at) RN) 8AN
Deput Chair
Dr% $onciano @ere<
National 9ice $resident) $hilippine >overnment Emploees Association
Dr% !eopoldo 9ocalan) @r%
9eterans 8emorial 8edical Center
8s% Imelda A% 8angaser) RN) 8N
Division o( Nursing Education and Training) $hilippine >eneral 5ospital
Dr% Remigia !oren<o) RN) DEd
5ol Spirit "ccupational Skills Training Center
8s% 5iasmin !o<ada) R8) RN
Ne, !ucena $oltechnic College
8r% Antonio $% >una) @r%
"rgani<ation o( Non:Academic $ersonnel o( +$ B"NA$+$D6
$hilippine >overnment Emploees Association
8s% Nanette @C% 8asangka
$hilippine >eneral 5ospital
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Co##ittee on P+!nnin, Re"e!&c7, M!&Betin, E A1-oc!c.
8r% 5ermenegildo Caronan) @r% )8$A) Deput Chair
8rs% Anesia B% Dionisio) RN) 8N
Dr% Ru*en Caraga
Dr% Bernardino 9icente) 85A
Dr% Benito #% Arca) 8$5
8s% Evangeline E% Ra(ael) RN) 8$A) 85A
8s% Estela A% 'uirapas
8s% 8ariquita 8acaroo) RN
Dr% @ose "% $riela
8s% >loria >% Almariego
8r% Danilo 2alo
Dr% Cenneth 9incent Ronquillo) 8$58
8r% $aulino "% Cru<) @r%) Secretariat
Co##ittee on C*&&ic*+*# !n1 T&!inin, De-e+o$#ent
8s% Elena $% Nu) RN) 8AN) Deput Chair
Dr% @orge 8% Concepcion) #$CS
Dean 8ariln Coladilla) RN) Ed%D
$ro(essor 'uintin Tan
8r% Enrico Roceles
8s% Eli<a*eth Acuin
8r% Ra(ael 8apalo
8r% Ceith A*elar
8s% Susana $% 8agtu*o
8s% Cora<on R% Cru<
8r% 5onorio A% Alumno68r% 8arlo Aranguren
Dr% Ramona !uisa $a*lo Santos
8s% !orna Bernas) Secretariat
Bo!&1 o0 M!n!,e#ent;
Dr% @uan 8a% $a*lo R% NaMagas) 8$5)8NSA) 5osp%Admin6Academe
Dr% Cenneth 9incent Ronquillo) 85A) 8$58) D"5
8s% $ilar ! S% 8ala*unga) RN) 8AN) !a*or6Emploees Association
Att% #rancis Tolentino) !eague o( 8unicipalities o( the $hilippines
8aor Ramon >uico @r%) !eague o( Cities o( the $hilippines
Att% Democrito 8endo<a) Trade +nion Congress o( the $hilippines
>ov% Rodol(o Del Rosario) !eague o( >overnors o( the $hilippines
Dr% Ro*erto 8% $aterno) $hilippine Cancer Societ
8s% Esperan<a "campo) $hilippine >overnment Emploees Association
A1#ini"t&!ti-e O00ice&;
Crelle @% Ridad
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T7e P!&tici$!nt" in t7e N!tion!+ V!+i1!tion o0 t7i" T&!inin, Re,*+!tion"
8r% Carlos Co) Ce*u Cham*er o( Commerce and Industr
8r% 8r% @ose 8ari Bigornia) Ce*u Cham*er o( Commerce and Industr
8s% Estrella C%Siega) "NA$+$ Ce*u
Dr% Romeo Ceni<a) +$ School o( 5ealth Sciences
Dir% Rosario 8ariln S% Bena*ae) D"5:C5D:C9
Dr% Salvador >% Aquino) D"5 Davao Cit
Dr% @oe 8arie Tiguelo) D"5:C5D7
8s% !ucina T% Esguerra) D"5) C5DG
Dr% 8a% Cristina >iangco) $rovincial 5ealth "((ice) Ce*u
Dr% #e !n Tampo) A85"$ Ce*u
8rs% Emerlinda A*adiano) Natl% #ederation o( Brg 5ealth 2orkers) Ce*u
Dr% 8aria Emmaline B% Nu) Ce*u Doctors= College
Dr% #ilomena delos Santos) Don 9icente Sotto 8edical Center
Sister Oeta Rivero $erpetual Succour 5ospital
8r% Constancio Sia) Asian College o( Science and Technolog #oundation
8s% Emil Ta*aloc) >lo*al !ink Training Center Inc%
Dr% @ose(a !% $o*lete) $5A Ce*u
8r% Butch "milig) Ce*u Caregiving Studies and Development Center
8s% @osephine #ormanes) Evergreen International 5ealth Care
Dr% 5elen Estrella) +niversit o( Ce*u:Banilad
8r% @aime !% Tinio) Can:Care Caregiver training Assessment G Devt% Center
Dr% Dhanna C% B% Rodas) +niversit o( Baguio
8r% Este*an #% $aredes) 5ol Spirit "S"C
8s% >uillerna A% 8anig*as) De !a Salle +niversit:5SC
8s% 8a% Salve C% Si*ulo) $>5
8s% Editha C% 8ora) $>5
8r% Ranil C% 8achitar) $>5
8r% @uanito #ormoso) $>5
8a% Theresa $% $almaira) N!$C Iloilo
8s% #lordeli<a C% >o<um) $rimacare
8s% Normariclaire D% Dallego) $rimacare
8s% Carolina $% Davao) $amantasan ng !ungsod ng $asig
8s% !orna Ca*allero) $amantasan ng !ungsod ng $asig
8s% 8aria Concepcion 8oll Talan:Aslor) Naga College #oundation
8s% !alaine $% Ba?amunde) Naga College #oundation
8s% @oceln A% Apalla) +niversit o( Baguio
8r% 9enancio B% Andales) 2est 9isaas College
8s% 8arina !ourdes Rees) D88C E Batangas
8s% 9irginia Dechave<) D88C E Batangas
8s% Eli<a*eth #% Acuin) $hilhealth
T7e St!n1!&1" Settin, !n1 S."te#" De-e+o$#ent Co##ittee
Dr% Al*erto 9ictor $% #eni;) @r%) Chairperson
Dr% 8ona SaldaMa Rica(ort
Dr% Teresita +% 'uirino
B8 Isidro Antonio C% Asper
B8 Teresita 8% BorgoMos
B8 Rene !uis 8% Tadle
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Att% Ranul(o $% $aos
T7e M!n!,e#ent !n1 St!00 o0 t7e TESDA
= O00ice o0 A$$&entice"7i$ 8OA9
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Dir% Ernesto Beltran) RD3
8s% 8adelina Salarda) R"3
8s% Arceli A%@% Chave<) $88S
8r% Eduardo B% Alminiana) NIT9ET
8r% 2all $aiton) NIT9ET
8r% Allen Simon) NIT9ET
8s% 8erlita !% Dalire
8r% #ernando De @esus
8s% Eveln DC% de !eon
8s% Rosalinda Almeria
8r% Ed,in >% 8aglalang
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