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JIB-MCA EAL L3 Diploma in Electrotechnical Services

Experienced Worker Assessment – Installation

Assessment of knowledge – Unit 001

1. How would you carry out an assessment of risks? With reference to:
method statement, access to the worksite, others working at the site,
systems and equipment integrity and the working conditions.
2. What are your responsibilities regarding others on site and what is
the importance of carrying out a risk assessment?
3. What are the regulatory requirements for storing tools, plant, access
equipment and Lifting operations?
4. What are the regulatory requirements for using approved powered
access equipment?
5. When is a worksite safe for work to proceed or to leave when work
finishes?
6. What are your legal responsibilities for health and safety appropriate
to site working? With reference to: The Health and Safety at Work
Act 1974, the Electricity at Work Regulations (EAWR) of 1989, the
Wiring Regulations, Safety, Health and Welfare at Work
(Construction) Regulations 2013 and the Building Regulations.
7. What does the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
2015 tell you about your work on site?
8. How do you safely use, care and store hazardous substances and
what are the safe handling and disposal methods for optical fibres
and other materials? With reference to: Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH)
9. What is the importance of "good housekeeping" in relation to site
working?
End of Questions for unit 001. Please put your answers in the answer book attached.

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Assessment of knowledge – Unit 002


1. What are the responsibilities in your job role with respect to
supplying technical and functional information?
2. What are the sources of technical and functional information
including the manufacturer, supplier or own organisation?
3. How do you check that relevant people understand those aspects of
the information, which have a bearing on health and safety?
4. Which situations warrant written technical and functional
information?
5. On your site what technical information do you provide to other
members of your team on site and why is this needed?
6. What is the importance of providing information clearly, courteously
and professionally?
7. What is the need for up-to-date, reliable technical and functional
information?
8. What are the safety implications and economic consequences of
supplying inaccurate or incomplete information to the customer?

End of Questions for unit 002. Please put your answers in the answer book attached.

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Assessment of knowledge – Unit 004


1. What are the legal duties of employers and employees for health and
safety in the work location as defined by the Health and Safety at
Work Act 1974?
2. What are the duties for health and safety as defined by any specific
legislation covering your job role? With reference to: The Electricity
at Work Regulations (EAWR) of 1989, the Wiring Regulations, the
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health regulations (COSHH),
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013
and the Building Regulations.
3. What are the hazards that may exist in your work location?
4. What is the role and importance of risk assessments and method
statements?
5. What is the particular health and safety risks which may be present in
your own job role?
6. What is the importance of remaining alert of the presence of hazards
in the whole work place?
7. What are the agreed work location health and safety procedures on
your current work site with reference to: site evacuation procedures
and procedures for dealing with injured persons?
8. Who are the responsible persons to report health and safety matters
to on your current work site?
9. What are the different types of personal protective equipment, when
would you use them and what is the importance of taking proper
care of items for are responsible for?

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Assessment of knowledge – 011


1. What is the necessary information for carrying out a successful fault
diagnosis?
2. What are the implications for relevant parties of carrying out
diagnosis and rectification of faults?
3. How would you carry out an assessment of risks and plan a safe
system of work? With reference to: access to the workplace,
preventing unauthorised access, others working at the workplace,
systems and equipment integrity and the working conditions and the
working environment.
4. What is the correct sequence of actions for locating faults?
5. What limitations to actions are there when locating a fault?
6. What are main types, advantages and limitations of test instruments?
7. What are the correct procedures for a safe and secure isolation? With
reference to: an assessment of safe working practice, correct
identification of circuits to be isolated, correct test and proving
instruments selected, use of correct testing methods and correct
selection of devices for securing isolation?
8. What are the methods and the correct procedures to follow for
correcting faults?
9. What are the main requirements and procedures for inspecting and
testing rectified electro technical systems and equipment installed
equipment?
10. What are the organisational requirements regarding informing
relevant people about the test results and completing all relevant
documentation?
11. What information is provided to who when the fault is corrected?
12. What are the legal responsibilities for health and safety in accordance
with current health and safety legislation, regulations and codes of
practice?
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Assessment of knowledge – 012


1. What are the contract responsibilities? With reference to: agreeing
variations to the installation outside the contract, start and finish
dates and legal procedures?
2. What are the common types, their advantages and limitations of
wiring systems, wiring enclosures and equipment?
3. What are the materials, which are recommended for use as electrical
conductors and insulators?
4. What factors are considered when calculating cable size, and where
can this information be found in the 18th edition of the IET
regulations?
5. How would you prepare a schedule of quantities of all materials
required for an electrical installation from customer information,
drawing or site visits?
6. What external influences are considered if a wiring system, wiring
enclosure and equipment for installation in a particular environment
is suitable?
7. How are concerns about the proximity of wiring systems to other
electrical services planned in the electrical installation?
8. When installing a cable into a building wall which contains significant
metal parts what is required by the 18th edition regulations to ensure
compliance with the regulations?
9. When completing the fabrication of containment on site what will
you consider to complete the task safely?

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Assessment of knowledge – 013


1. What are the most effective methods of planning, cutting to length
and installing wiring systems and wiring enclosures?
2. What are the most effective methods of fabricating wiring
enclosures?
3. Before arrival on site how will you gain information on the expected
value of ZE?
4. What specific information on the supply will you expect to know
before beginning work on the main supply or site temporary
supplies?
5. What are the organisational procedures for reporting variations to
work schedules?
6. What are the correct procedures for a safe isolation? With reference
to: an assessment of safe working practice, correct identification of
circuits to be isolated, correct test and proving instruments selected,
use of correct testing methods and correct selection of devices for
securing isolation?
7. What are the implications for relevant parties of carrying out an
isolation?
8. What are the hazards associated with using electrical equipment and
plant including their lifting, handling and fixing?

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Assessment of knowledge – 014


1. Which regulation is concerned with the identification of protective
conductors and which colours are required to be used?
2. What are the implications for relevant parties of carrying out an
isolation?
3. What are the procedures for the connection of single and multi-
phase circuits with reference to regulation 526.5 and table 51?
4. What does regulation 526 inform us about the procedures for
proving a connection is electrically and mechanically sound?
5. How would you establish which connections in circuits and protective
conductors including connections to terminals are suitable for the
purpose for which they are being used?
6. What are the implications on the choice of connections regarding
permanent or temporary purposes?
7. What are the 18th edition regulation requirements of joints and
connections concerning strength and conductance to allow the
passage of fault currents and to prevent corrosion?
8. What are arc fault protection devices, what does the 18th edition
regulations tell you about the installation of these devices and how
are they different from an MCB?
9. What are the procedures required on site when working on
distribution board in risers, when and how are permits provided to
you in these circumstances?

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Assessment of knowledge – 015


1. What is the purpose and requirements of the system to be
commissioned?
2. What are the procedures for an assessment of safe systems of work
including permits to work?
3. What are the requirements of an inspection? With reference to:
selection, identification and connection of conductors, protection
against contact and fire, labelling, access to switchgear and
equipment and availability of danger, warning notices, diagrams and
instructions?
4. What is the importance of choosing the right instruments for the
test?
5. What are the main methods for checking test instruments are
functional and in calibration?
6. What is the best practice regarding methods of testing, their inter-
relationship and sequence?
7. What is the importance of accurate labelling and recording of the
test?
8. What are the characteristics of different types of components and
how would they impact on the test?
9. What are the approved procedures and requirements for
commissioning the installation?
10. How would you carry out the tests and what is the effect on
equipment not part of the fixed installation?
11. What testing takes place under live conditions?
12. What does the 18th edition tell us about insulation resistance testing
when circuits are monitored by an RCM (Residual Current Monitor) or
IMD (Insulation monitoring device)?

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