RIISAM205E Cut weld and bend materials.
The RIISAM205E RTO Training Materials for this unit focus on the essential skills and knowledge required to cut, weld, and bend materials within the resources and infrastructure industries. The unit applies to individuals working in operational roles and who are responsible for undertaking prescribed functions under supervision.
Individuals working within this unit typically perform tasks involving known routines and procedures, taking responsibility for ensuring that the quality of work outcomes meets the required standards.
RIISAM205E RTO Training Materials are provided in Microsoft Word format making them easy to contextualise, add images to and edit them to suit your RTO’s requirements. They include:
- RIISAM205E Cut, weld and bend materials Learner Assessment
- RIISAM205E Cut, weld and bend materials Learner Guide
- RIISAM205E Cut, weld and bend materials Assessor Guide
- RIISAM205E Cut, weld and bend materials Assessment Mapping
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Steel fixing is the process of placing and tying reinforcing steel bars or mesh in concrete structures. The reinforcing steel provides additional strength and durability to the concrete, allowing it to withstand heavy loads and environmental stresses.
Steel fixing is commonly used in construction projects, including the construction of buildings, bridges, tunnels, dams, and other infrastructure. It is used to reinforce concrete structures to ensure they are strong, durable, and able to withstand extreme loads and environmental stresses.
The reinforcing steel bars or mesh are usually placed in the concrete forms before the concrete is poured. The steel bars or mesh are placed in the correct position and orientation according to the design, using various support devices, such as spacers and chairs. Once the reinforcing steel is in place, it is tied together using wire or steel ties to ensure it remains in position during concrete placement.
After the reinforcing steel is in place, the concrete is poured into the forms and allowed to set and cure. As the concrete sets and hardens, it bonds with the reinforcing steel, creating a strong and durable composite structure. The reinforcing steel helps prevent cracks from forming in the concrete, which can compromise the structural integrity of the structure.
Steel fixing is an important process in the construction industry, providing additional strength and durability to concrete structures. It is used to reinforce structures, prevent cracks, improve safety, and improve durability. Steel fixers must have a thorough understanding of the design and be skilled in cutting, bending, placing, and tying reinforcing steel to ensure the structure meets the required specifications and is safe and durable.
Steel fixing techniques used in Australia are similar to those used in other countries, but there may be some regional or industry-specific variations.
Some common steel fixing techniques used in Australia include:
- Cutting and bending steel: Steel bars are typically cut and bent to the required length and shape using specialised tools, such as rebar cutters and benders. The steel must be cut and bent to precise dimensions according to the design specifications.
- Placing steel: Steel bars or mesh are placed in the correct position and orientation within the concrete formwork, using various support devices, such as spacers and chairs. The spacing, size, and shape of the reinforcing steel must comply with the design requirements.
- Tying steel: The steel bars or mesh are tied together using wire or steel ties to ensure they remain in position during concrete placement. The tying must be done tightly and securely, but not so tightly that it deforms the steel.
- Inspection: Steel fixing work is inspected before, during, and after placement to ensure it meets the required specifications and is free from defects or damage. This includes checking the size, spacing, and shape of the reinforcing steel, as well as the quality of the tying and placement.
In addition to these techniques, some specific steel fixing practices used in Australia include the use of prefabricated cages, which are pre-assembled steel reinforcement structures that can be quickly and easily installed on site. Another technique is the use of automated steel tying machines, which can speed up the tying process and reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries for workers.
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Qualifications that include this unit.
RII30820 – Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
RII30920 – Certificate III in Civil Construction
RII20720 – Certificate II in Civil Construction
AHC30122 – Certificate III in Agriculture
RII20520 – Certificate II in Resource Processing
RII30220 – Certificate III in Underground Coal Operations
RII20120 – Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation
RII20220 – Certificate II in Surface Extraction Operations
RII20420 – Certificate II in Underground Metalliferous Mining
RII31220 – Certificate III in Civil Foundations
Training packages that include this unit
AHC – Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package
RII – Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package