PRACTICAL ACTIVITY 2

OPERATE DECK MACHINERY

 

STUDENT NAME:..................................................

ACTIVITY   (extract of elements fromTDMMR1807B)

DATE

NOTES

Location, Partial Sign off, etc

Method of preparing the start up of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions

1a

Testimonial

Workplace observation Observation/ question

Written test/ Assignment

Procedures for making available fuels, lubricants, cooling water and air for the start up of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions

1b

 

 

Required precautions are taken prior to start up of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery to minimise and control hazards and operational risks

1c

 

Problems with the start up of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery are identified and investigated and appropriate action is initiated to rectify any problems that occur

1d

 

Where applicable, petrol driven outboard engines are prepared for operation in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions

1e

 

Main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is started up and warmed up accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions and established marine practice

2a

 

Sequence and timing of start up and shut down of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is appropriate for safe and efficient operation

2b

 

Checks of pressures, temperatures, and revolutions during the start up and warm up period are made in accordance with manufacturer’s technical specifications and appropriate action is initiated when out of specified limits

2c

 

Main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is operated within manufacturer’s recommended limits

2d

 

Running and maintenance logs are maintained in accordance with procedures and manufacturer’s specifications and instructions

2e

 

Where applicable, petrol driven outboard engines are operated in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions

2f

 

Method of preparing the shut down of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery is in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions

3a

 

Required precautions are taken prior to shut down of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery to minimise and control hazards and operational risks

3b

 

Problems with the shut down of main propulsion and auxiliary machinery are identified and investigated and appropriate action is initiated to report and rectify the problems

3c

 

Where applicable, petrol driven outboard engines are shut down in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions

3d

 

The cooling down of the engine is monitored in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and instructions

3e

 

TDMMR1807B Operate deck machinery installed on a small vessel of less than 750 kW propulsion power

MARC004 Operate deck machinery

These activities align to the TDM07 & MAR competencies at the time of publishing. Current and complete advice must be accessed through the http://training.gov.au/ website:

 

Witness Name, (Position, Qualification & contact details)……………… Signs…………………..

 

                             Student Signs…………………………  

 

Competent     Not yet Competent    Required, additional evidence of unit elements: