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Examine safety considerations specific to HVAC technicians by identifying possible hazards on a job site. Analyze the regulations that impact the work of HVAC technicians, such as the Clean Air Act and EPA guidelines. Create an informational artifact summarizing these regulations to an individual contemplating starting an HVAC business, explaining key considerations and citing resources that the future business owner can consult. Describe the basic components included in an HVAC system, outlining the purposes of each, citing textual resources such as blueprints, manuals, and manufacturers’ specifications. Drawing on this evidence, write persuasively to describe the impact of a well-tuned HVAC system on building energy efficiency as well as on human health and well-being. Similarly, describe the negative consequences that can arise due to a poorly functioning or improperly installed HVAC system

Explain the fundamental concepts of heating and combustion, including describing the processes by which heat is transferred. Illustrate the differences in heat transfer by conduction, convection, and radiation by performing experiments. Record observations, citing evidence that heat is being transferred, identifying the heat source, noting the direction heat is moving, and determining the type of heat transfer taking place. Relate the types of heat transfer to the various heating systems used within a building. Examine the schematic basic layout of a heating system within a building, such as a single family residence, and note the movement of heat, identifying areas of heat loss and heat gain. Citing the principles of heat transfer, propose strategies the homeowner could use to conserve energy in the home.

ELECTRICAL:

Describe how different levels of electrical shock affect the human body. Research current OSHA standards and other regulations specific to job-site electrical safetyelectrical systems to identify methods and equipment to reduce the risk of injury due to electrical shock. Drawing on evidence from textbooks and OSHA standards, apply lockout/tagout procedures to ensure safe conditions.

Examine basic electrical circuits and components. Explain the difference between conductors and insulators. Demonstrate understanding of the layout and operation of electrical circuits (series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits). Define voltage, resistance, current, and the units of measure associated with each. Describe the relationship between voltage, resistance, and current as defined by Ohm’s law. Compare and contrast the instruments used to measure voltage, resistance, and current.

Building on knowledge of basic electrical circuits, examine a residential wiring system and explain the layout and the basic function of each component in the system (i.e. service entrance, electric meter, service entrance panel, subpanel, circuit breakers, switches, receptacles, and conductors). Distinguish between branch circuits and feeder circuits. Describe the difference between resistive and inductive loads in electrical circuits and explain how physical laws apply. Study a residential wiring plan and identify common electrical symbols used. In a written or oral presentation, explain a simple residential electrical wiring plan to a peer, accurately describing the name and function of each component, how the components work together, and the impact of the physical laws on the circuit.

Analyze the composition and properties of conductors. Explain how the markings on a conductor relate to the physical properties of the conductor, including the insulation and jacket material, conductor size and type, number of conductors, temperature rating, voltage rating, and permitted uses of the conductor. Inspect electrical charts and tables to determine the ampacity of a given conductor and to draw conclusions about the relationships among the physical properties of a conductor, such as size and ampacity. Explain how color coding is used to distinguish among conductor purposes. Create a visual display a beginning electrician might use to interpret the meaning of color and markings on conductors Determine the procedures necessary to safely replace or install electrical devices in a device box, such as a light fixture, receptacle, or switch. Draw on resources such as the device Page 5 manufacturer’s instructions and other instructional texts to determine the tools, steps, and safety procedures involved. Apply knowledge about conductors and electrical lockout/tag out procedures to safely complete installations of a device in a device box. Steps should include using test equipment to verify the power is off and connecting conductors to the proper terminals. For example, install a single-pole switch in a device box

Plumbing Systems:

Xamine safety considerations specific to plumbers by identifying possible hazards on a job site. In a written or oral presentation, explain how to work safely in and around confined spaces and trenches, as a journeyman plumber would to a plumber’s helper.

Describe the movement of potable water and waste within the plumbing systems of a building, drawing distinctions between water supply systems and drain, waste, and vent systems. Explain how physical principles such as gravity and pressure apply within plumbing systems, and how they contribute to the proper functioning and efficiency of the system. Illustrate why an understanding of these physical principles is important to a plumbing professional in the design, installation, maintenance, and repair of plumbing systems.

Determine common requirements found in plumbing codes and explain why the codes are necessary; include the importance of proper plumbing on human health. Examine a health or safety issue involved with plumbing.

Write an explanatory text to illustrate the problem and describe how it can be prevented or remedied with proper plumbing applications.