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Endorsed by the

American Welding Society

as satisfying the skills standards set forth by the National Skills Standards Board

Trainee Guide

Welding

Level 1 - Volume 1

National Center for Construction Education and Research

Wheels of Learning Standardized Craft Training

Prentice Hall

Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Columbus, Ohio

© 1992 by National Center for Construction Education and Research

Prentice-Hall, Inc.

A Simon & Schuster Company

Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, in any form or by any means, without permission in writing from the publisher.

This information is general in nature and intended for training purposes only. Actual performance of activities described in this manual requires compliance with all applicable operations procedures under the direction of qualified personnel. References in this manual to patented or proprietary devices do not constitute a recommendation for their use.

Printed in the United States of America 10987654321 ISBN: 0-13-982315-8

Prentice-Hall International (UK) Limited, London Prentice-Hall of Australia Pty. Limited, Sydney Prentice-Hall of Canada, Inc., Toronto Prentice-Hall Hispanoamericana, S. A., Mexico Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi Prentice-Hall of Japan, Inc., Tokyo Simon & Schuster Asia Pte. Ltd., Singapore Editora Prentice-Hall do Brasil, Ltda., Rio de Janeiro

Preface

This volume is one of many in the Wheels of Learning craft training program. This program, covering more than 20 standardized craft areas, including all major construction skills, was developed over a period of years by industry and education specialists. Sixteen of the largest construction and maintenance firms in the U.S. committed financial and human resources to the teams that wrote the curricula and planned the national accredited training process.These materials are industry-proven and consist of competency-based textbooks and instructor guides.

The Wheels of Learning was developed by the National Center for Construction Education and Research in response to the training needs of the construction and maintenance industries. The NCCER is a nonprofit educational entity affiliated with the University of Florida and supported by the following industry and craft associations:

Partnering Associations

American Fire Sprinkler Association

American Society for Training and Development

American Vocational Association

American Welding Society

Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.

Associated General Contractors of America

Carolinas AGC

Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association

Construction Industry Institute

Merit Contractors Association of Canada

Metal Building Manufacturers Association

National Association of Minority Contractors

National Association of Women in Construction

National Insulation Association

National Ready Mixed Concrete Association

National Utility Contractors Association

National VoTech Honor Society

Painting and Decorating Contractors of America

Portland Cement Association

Texas Gulf Coast ABC

Some of the features of the Wheels of Learning program include:

A proven record of success over many years of use by industry companies.

National standardization providing "portability" of learned job skills and educational credits that will be of tremendous value to trainees.

Recognition: upon successful completion of training with an accredited sponsor, trainees receive an industry-recognized certificate and transcript from NCCER.

Approval by the U.S. Department of Labor for use in formal apprenticeship programs.

Well illustrated, up-to-date, and practical information. All standardized manuals are reviewed annually in a continuous improvement process.

Acknowledgments

This manual would not exist were it not for the dedication and unselfish energy of those volunteers who served on the Technical Review Committee. A sincere thanks is extended to:

Michael Goolsby Ken Kluge Doyce Redden John Tate Ken Teiken Tom Watson Morris Weeks Jack A. Wilson

Contents

Basic Safety (Core Curricula).................................................................Module 00101

Basic Math (Core Curricula)...................................................................Module 00102

Welding Symbols...................................................................................Module 09201

Reading Welding Detail Drawings.........................................................Module 09301

Base Metal Preparation..........................................................................Module 09102

SMAW—Equipment and Setup..............................................................Module 09104

Shielded Metal Arc Electrodes and Selection........................................Module 09105

SMAW—Beads and Fillet Welds............................................................Module 09106

SMAW—Groove Welds with Backing.....................................................Module 09108

GMAW—Equipment and Filler Metal......................................................Module 09206

The following competencies are required to complete this Volume of AWS Entry Level Welder Certification (Level 1):

CORE CURRICULA MODULES Module 00101 - BASIC SAFETY

1. Describe how to avoid job-site accidents.

2. Explain the relationship between housekeeping and safety.

3. Appreciate the importance of following all safety rules and company safety policies.

4. Explain the importance of reporting all on-the-job injuries, accidents, and near misses.

5. Explain the need for evacuation procedures and the importance of following them.

6. Explain their employer's substance abuse policy and how it relates to their safety.

7. Use proper safety practices when welding or working around welding operations.

8. Use proper safety practices when working in or near trenches and excavations.

9. Explain the term Proximity Work.

10. Follow safe practices when working near pressurized or high-temperature systems.

11. Know and follow the safety requirements for working in confined spaces.

12. Explain and practice safe lockout/tagout procedures.

13. Know the different types of barriers and barricades, and where they should be used.

14. Recognize and explain personal protective equipment uses.

15. Inspect and care for various types of personal protective equipment.

16. Follow safe procedures for lifting heavy objects.

17. Inspect and safely work with various types of ladders and scaffolds.

18.
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