LMTEW2005A - Perform wool preparation using gilling machinery

Evidence Guide

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Tips for gathering evidence to demonstrate your skills

The important thing to remember when gathering evidence is that the more evidence the better - that is, the more evidence you gather to demonstrate your skills, the more confident an assessor can be that you have learned the skills not just at one point in time, but are continuing to apply and develop those skills (as opposed to just learning for the test!). Furthermore, one piece of evidence that you collect will not usualy demonstrate all the required criteria for a unit of competency, whereas multiple overlapping pieces of evidence will usually do the trick!

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What evidence can you provide to prove your understanding of each of the following citeria?

Operate wool gilling machines and equipment

  1. All necessary settings and preparation for machine or equipment operation are identified and assessed in accordance with specifications and workplace standard procedures

  2. Work area around machine or equipment is cleaned and maintained to meet workplace and OHS practices

  3. Gilling machinery and associated equipment is started

  4. Tubs, cans and creels are changed as required

  5. Gilling machinery and associated equipment is stopped or shut down in accordance with all OHS and workplace standard operating procedures

All necessary settings and preparation for machine or equipment operation are identified and assessed in accordance with specifications and workplace standard procedures

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Work area around machine or equipment is cleaned and maintained to meet workplace and OHS practices

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Gilling machinery and associated equipment is started

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Tubs cans and creels are changed as required

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Gilling machinery and associated equipment is stopped or shut down in accordance with all OHS and workplace standard operating procedures

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Carry out operator maintenance

  1. Minor running problems are identified, corrected by the operator where appropriate, and reported

  2. Major machine and equipment or product faults are reported in accordance with enterprise standard procedures

  3. Minor maintenance and cleaning are performed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and/or enterprise procedures

Minor running problems are identified corrected by the operator where appropriate and reported

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Major machine and equipment or product faults are reported in accordance with enterprise standard procedures

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Minor maintenance and cleaning are performed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and/or enterprise procedures

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Monitor product quality

  1. Quality requirements of gilled wool are correctly identified and applied for all stages of the process

  2. Wool flow is monitored to meet workplace standard operating procedures and quality requirements

  3. Blending is monitored to ensure blending consistency and feed uniformity

  4. Wool quality is visually checked to ensure standard is maintained

  5. Any deviations from normal are recognised, isolated and reported

  6. Expertise of colleagues is accessed to address quality issues and expand own knowledge, as required

Quality requirements of gilled wool are correctly identified and applied for all stages of the process

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Wool flow is monitored to meet workplace standard operating procedures and quality requirements

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Blending is monitored to ensure blending consistency and feed uniformity

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Wool quality is visually checked to ensure standard is maintained

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Any deviations from normal are recognised isolated and reported

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Expertise of colleagues is accessed to address quality issues and expand own knowledge as required

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Dispose of waste materials

  1. Waste is kept to a minimum through correct application of workplace lot change and run out procedures

  2. Waste is recycled where possible

  3. Machine waste is disposed of in accordance with environmental and safety procedures

  4. Environmental requirements and procedures concerned with waste, pollution and recycling of materials are correctly applied at all stages of the process

Waste is kept to a minimum through correct application of workplace lot change and run out procedures

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Waste is recycled where possible

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Machine waste is disposed of in accordance with environmental and safety procedures

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Environmental requirements and procedures concerned with waste pollution and recycling of materials are correctly applied at all stages of the process

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Communicate production information

  1. Records and other documentation are clearly and accurately completed

  2. Information from other operators, shifts and supervisory personnel regarding production status and problems is accurately interpreted by the operator

  3. Information regarding production status and problems is accurately communicated to other operators, shifts and supervisory personnel

Records and other documentation are clearly and accurately completed

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Information from other operators shifts and supervisory personnel regarding production status and problems is accurately interpreted by the operator

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Information regarding production status and problems is accurately communicated to other operators shifts and supervisory personnel

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Instructions to Assessors

Critical aspects of evidence to be considered

Demonstrates skills and knowledge to:

Consistency in performance

Consistently applies skills and knowledge when:

Resource implications

Access is required to real or appropriately simulated situations, including work areas, materials and equipment, and to information on workplace practices and OHS practices.

Context for assessment

Assessment may occur on the job or in an appropriately simulated environment.

Interdependent assessment

This unit may be assessed independently or in combination with other relevant units.