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This Manual begins with an in-depth coverage of safety issues and guidelines and includes an overview of the styles and types of aerial lifts and their uses. This first chapter is followed by coverage of scissor lifts, boom-supported aerial lift work platforms, manually-propelled aerial lift work platforms, vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating aerial devices, vehiclemounted bridge inspection and maintenance devices, and mast-climbing work platforms. Operator requirements, inspection procedures, and the specific limitations and capabilities of specific types of aerial lifts are also discussed. Replaces old Aerial Lift Operator Training, 80043M.
describes common drafting tools and provides basic instruction on geometric constructions, orthographic views, dimensioning, pictorial drawing, pattern development, and CAD. Coverage addresses the practices and techniques used in a variety of different drafting disciplines, including mechanical drafting, architectural drafting, electrical and electronics drafting, welding drafting, and graphic design. The importance of learning basic manual skills before progressing to CAD applications is emphasized.
This Manual introduces many kinds of lift trucks—their components and applications. The text focuses on industrial lift trucks and rough terrain lift trucks, highlighting unique features and explaining procedures for visual and operating inspections and maintenance. Participants will also learn safe operating procedures. The Manual is extensively illustrated and emphasizes safety throughout.
Print Reading Manual the UBC member is introduced to lines and symbols that an architect or designer creates. The Manual encourages creative thinking so that the individual understands and is able to transfer what is on paper to a finished structure or project. The course includes: Introduction to Prints and Specifications; Types of Prints; Title Blocks; Line Identification, Dimensions and Measurements; Symbols and Abbreviations; Views; Elevations; and Governing Codes & Regulations. Replaces old Blueprint Manuals, 20009M, 20010M, 80001M.
This Manual starts with the history and development of welding. Emphasis is given throughout the Manual to the hazards of welding and to the safety measures required to weld and cut without injury. Students also receive an introduction to the science of metallurgy. The major kinds of cutting are each discussed in separate chapters: oxy-fuel cutting, plasma arc cutting, and carbon arc gouging. Shielded metal, gas metal, flux cored, and gas tungsten arc welding are discussed in detail. The power sources used in each type of cutting or welding are explained. Electrode holders, guns, and torches and the proper ways to hold them and use them are also covered. Students will also learn how to recognize and read welding symbols. Replaces old Carpentry & Millwright Cutting & Welding, 80042M.
This Manual is designed to provide the UBC member with the skills needed to set up and use leveling and layout instruments—from the water level through laser level and theodolite. Handling and maintaining the instruments, as well as the tripods, is also covered. Instructions are provided through step-by-step procedures and accompanying exercises. The Manual begins with the necessary review of the math required to convert measurements and use the equipment effectively. Replaces old Builders Level and Transit, 20079M.
This Manual covers instruction for both Total Station I and advanced instruction and applications for Total Station II. Participants will learn how to set up, configure, and operate a total station with accuracy and precision from several points. The ways to mathematically calculate the points to be laid out are presented, as are the ways to mathematically verify the accuracy of the total station layout. The Manual discusses how to analyze a project, troubleshoot layout inaccuracies, and lay out and label a network of control. Replaces Total Station I & II, s 20017M & 20119M.
This revised Manual introduces and supports the hands-on portion of the rigging qualification course. An introductory chapter on the history of rigging is followed by chapters on safety, wire rope, chain construction, slings, hardware, and knot-tying techniques. Rigging procedures are explained in four separate chapters that provide a thorough treatment of common hitch configurations, hardware and sling attachments, working with different types of cranes, and directing crane movements with voice and hand signals. Safety precautions and practices are presented throughout the book as they apply. The treatment of safety includes detailed information on properly inspecting and caring for rigging hardware and other rigging equipment. All material needed to teach the Rigging Refresher is included in this Manual. Drawings and photos illustrate all aspects of the equipment and procedures involved in rigging.
This Manual is a basic treatment of tech math beginning with general math, fractions, and decimals. Measurement and measurement tools, layout, area measure, and volume measure are all explained in detail with numerous exercises. Additional exercises for practice and remediation are contained on the CD accompanying the Instructor Guide. A special effort has been made to set exercises in the context of real life technical work tasks.