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State of Oklahoma Welding Duty/Task CrosswalkThe following state of Oklahoma welding tasks, which are aligned to AWS standards, are covered inthis publication. The first column identifies Oklahomas task by name and number. The secondcolumn identifies the exact location by unit number and objective, assignment sheet, or job sheet inthis MAVCC publication unless otherwise noted.MAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 1, Objective 7Job outlook for welders; Objective 9Careeropportunities for welders; Assignment Sheet 2Compare employment opportunities in weldingFundamentals of Welding, Unit 1, Objective 8What it takes to become a good welderFundamentals of Welding, Unit 1, Objective 6What welders earnFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 4Hazard communication; Assignment Sheet 1Complete the student safety pledge form;Assignment Sheet 5Identify and correct safetyviolationsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 6Purposes of material safety data sheets;Student Supplement 1Guidelines forinterpreting material safety data sheets;Assignment Sheet 2Interpret a material safetydata sheetFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 8Safety tags and their color coding; Objective19Instances when lockout devices should beusedFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 4Hazard communicationFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 6Purposes of MSDS; Student Supplement 1Guidelines for interpreting MSDS; AssignmentSheet 2Interpret a material safety data sheetOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderDuty A: Demonstrate Employability SkillsA.18 Identify employment opportunitiesA.19 Identify levels of training recommendedfor related careersA.20 Understand salary, wages and benefitspackagesSafetyA.26 Explain the purpose for safety policiesA.27 Discuss the role of OSHA and EPA Locate information in MSDSA.28 Participate in OSHA training, if possible Lock Out/Tag Out HAZCOM MSDSxxiShielded Metal Arc Weldingand Carbon Arc CuttingAirxxiiNational Skills CrosswalkMAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 3, Objective 18Basic first-aid procedures for various emergencysituationsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 3, Objective 16General steps for handling any emergencysituation; Objective 17General guidelines forfirst aid emergencies; Assignment Sheet 1Determine basic first aid measures for givenemergency situationsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 3General job and shop safety rules; AssignmentSheet 5Identify and correct safety violationsGMAW/FCAW, Unit 1, Objective 10Rules forhandling hollow casting or containers; Objective11Hazards associated with arc raysFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, AssignmentSheet 5Identify and correct safety violations;Unit 4, Objective 21Basic rules for safe use ofpower tools and equipmentFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 3dTool use, maintenance, and storage safety; Unit3, Objective 9Rules for handling weldingcables and gas and coolant hoses; Unit 4,Objective 20Rules for hand tool safety;Objective 21Basic rules for safe use of powertools and equipment; Objective 22Rules fortool and equipment maintenanceFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 10Components of fire triangle; Objective 11Types of fires and classifications; Objective 12Types of fire extinguishers; Objective 13Fireextinguisher markings and class of fire theyrepresent; Objective 14Fire extinguisheroperating instructions that follow P-A-S-S;Student Supplement 2Using Portable FireExtinguishers; Assignment Sheet 4Determinecorrect fire extinguishers to use for varioussituations; Job Sheet 1Operate a fireextinguisherOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc Welder Bloodborne PathogensA.29 Explain the proper steps in reporting anaccident or emergencyA.30 Explain the hazards associated withspecific types of equipment and toolsA.31 Perform machine operator safety checksof equipment and accessories, whennecessaryA.32 Practice tool safetyA.33 Describe the types of fire hazards foundin the workplaceCrosswalkxxiiiMAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 3fElectrical safety; Unit 3, Objective 19Treatinga victim of electrical shockGMAW and FCAW, Unit 1, Objective 7Electrical safety requirements for GMAWFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 20Fall protection systems; Objective 21Confinedspace entry; Objective 22Environmentalcontaminants that would require you to use arespiratorGMAW and FCAWUnit 1, Objective 12Types of welding hoods; Objective 13Guidelines for selecting a safe lens shade forGMAW; Objective 14Protective clothingrequired for GMAW welding; Objective 15Environmental safety requirements; Objective16Safety guidelines for working with electrodewireFundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, Objective 15Causes of back injuries; Objective 16Guidelines for lifting and moving items safely;Job Sheet 2Lift a heavy object properlyFundamentals of Welding, Unit 3, Objective 16General steps for handling any emergencysituation; Objective 17General guidelines forfirst aid emergencies; Objective 18Basic first-aid procedures for various emergencysituations; Student Supplement 2A systematiclook at first aid; Assignment Sheet 1Determinebasic first aid measures for given emergencysituationsGMAW and FCAWAll job sheets requirestudents to clean up their work areas and returntools and equipment to proper storage.Fundamentals of Welding, Unit 2, AssignmentSheet 1Complete the student safety pledgeformOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderA.34 Discuss electrical hazardsA.35 Demonstrate safe use of personalprotective equipmentA.36 Demonstrate safe material handlingtechniques Lifting Transporting StoringA.37 Understand established first aidproceduresA.38 Practice good housekeepingA.39 Comply with company safety policiesxxivCrosswalkMAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, AssignmentSheet 1Add, subtract, multiply, and dividefractions; Assignment Sheet 2Add, subtract,multiply, and divide decimal equivalents;Assignment Sheet 3Convert fractions todecimal form, change fractions to a commondenominator, and reduce fractions to lowestterms; Assignment Sheet 4Write fractions asdecimals and percents; Assignment Sheet 6Write decimals as fractions and percents;Assignment Sheet 8Make conversions with aninches-to-decimal conversation chart.Fundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 8Terms used in geometry; Objective 9Types ofgeometric figures; Objective 12Area ofgeometric figures; Assignment Sheet 14Calculate area of geometric figures; Job Sheet1Adjust a bevel square to a 45 angle using aframing square, a combination square, and aprotractor; Job Sheet 2Form 90 and 45angles with a combination square and drawparallel lines on metal stockFundamentals of Welding, Unit 5, Objective 4Metal identification tests; Objective 5Mechanical properties of metals; Objective 6Types of mechanical strengths, Objective 7Physical property of metals; Job Sheet 1Conduct magnet tests to identify commonmetals used in welding; Job Sheet 2Conductchisel test to identify common metals used forwelding; Job Sheet 3Conduct spark tests toidentify common metals used for weldingFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, AssignmentSheet 7Make conversions decimals with adecimal equivalent chart; Assignment Sheet 8Make conversations with an inches-to-decimalconversion chartMost assignment sheets require the student toread and write.Occupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderBasic Academic SkillsA.40 Apply mathematical operations involvingwhole numbers, fractions, decimals,percentages; mathematical wordproblems, ratios, etc., when necessary Addition Subtraction Multiplication DivisionA.41 Apply advanced mathematical operations,when necessary Algebra Geometry Trigonometry Calculus Statistical MethodsA.42 Apply scientific principles, whennecessary Physics ChemistryA.43 Interpret charts, table, and graphsA.44 Apply reading and writing skills, whennecessaryCrosswalkxxvMAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Welding PrintReadingFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 1Terms related to print reading; Objective 2Basic lines; Objective 13SymbolsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 4Isometric and oblique drawingsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 4Isometric and oblique drawings; Objective 6Tolerancing; Objective 15Requirements for aformal bill of material; Objective 16Requirements for an informal bill of material;Assignment Sheet 5Interpret tolerancedimensions in decimals, fractions, and degrees;Unit 8, Assignment Sheet 5Interpret a weldingprint and welding procedure specificationsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 13SymbolsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 6Types of rules and examples of their graduationsFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Job Sheet 2Form 90 and 45 angles with a combinationsquare and draw parallel lines on metal stockFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 7Steps in reading a rule; Assignment Sheet 9Measure distances with 1, 1/2, and 1/4graduations; Assignment Sheet 10Measuredistances with 1/4 and 1/8 graduations;Assignment Sheet 12Measure distances with1/16 graduations; Job Sheet 1Adjust a bevelsquare to a 45 angle using a framing square, acombination square, and a protractor; Job Sheet2Form 90 and 45 angles with a combinationsquare and draw parallel lines on metal stockOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderBlueprint ReadingA.50 Identify basic elements of blueprints Terms Components SymbolsA.51 Discuss different types of drawingsA.52 Interpret drawings Bill of Materials Revisions TolerancesA.53 Interpret symbolsMeasurement Tools and TechniquesA.54 Identify types of measuring instrumentsA.55 Use appropriate measurement instrumentfor a measurement taskA.56 Read measuring instrumentsxxviCrosswalkDuty B: Interpret Drawing and Welding Symbols and Written Welding ProceduresGMAW and FCAWUnit 2, Job Sheets 5through 8, 10 through 18, 20 through 24, 27through 36, 38 through 40, 42 through 44;Fundamentals of Welding, Unit 7Welding PrintReading (entire unit)Fundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 14Structural shapesFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, AssignmentSheet 8Construct adjacent parts in anassembly sectionFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 5Dimensioning; Objective 7Methods ofdimensioning; Assignment Sheet 5Interprettolerance dimensions in decimals, fractions, anddegreesFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 9Reduction and enlargement scalesFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 3Basic views; Objective 12Types of sectionviews; Student Supplement 2Orthographicprojection; Assignment Sheet 1Construct atop view; Assignment Sheet 2Construct a frontview; Assignment Sheet 3Construct a rightside view; Assignment Sheet 7Make a three-view sketchB.01 Interpret basic elements of drawing/sketch Structural members Sequence of assembly Dimensions of tolerances Scale View interpretationMAVCC TasksFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 11Squares, rectangles, and triangles and theirformulas for calculating their perimeters;Objective 12Area of geometric figuresFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 13English-metric conversion charts and how to usethem; Assignment Sheet 13Makeconversations with an English-metric conversionchartFundamentals of Welding, Unit 6, Objective 10Units of measure and their equivalentsOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderA.57 Identify the appropriate formula and unitsfor a measurement taskA.58 Differentiate between English and Metricmeasurement systems, when necessaryA.59 Communicate measurements usingproper symbols or wordsCrosswalkxxviiDuty C: Perform Shielded Metal Arc WeldingMAVCC TasksSMAW and CACA, Units 2 and 3 requirestudent to inspect workplace before beginning atask, safely arrange equipment and materials,and maintain a hazard-free work area includingproper shutdown of welding machine and safestorage of cables and other equipment.SMAW and CACA, Units 2 and 3 requirestudent to follow recommended guidelines forselecting tools and materials for all job sheetsand to inspect the workplace before startingwelding activityOccupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderC.01 Perform safety inspection of equipmentand accessories Protective clothing and equipment Cables Communicate hazard warnings Work areasC.02 Make minor external repairs to equipmentand accessories (preventativemaintenance only) Manufacturers recommendations Company repair policyFundamentals of Welding, Unit 7, Objective 15Requirements for a formal bill of materials;Objective 16Requirements for an informal billof materialsGMAW and FCAWUnit 2, Job Sheets 5through 8, 10 through 18, 20 through 24, 27through 36, 38 through 40, 42 through 44.Fundamentals of Welding, Unit 8, Basic WeldingJoints and Symbols (entire unit)GMAW and FCAWUnit 2, GMAW Equipment,Applications, and TechniquesAll job sheets List of materialsB.02 Interpret welding symbol information Type of weld required Filler metal Special details Non-destructive testing requirementsB.03 Interpret written welding procedures Procedure ID number cross-referencing to drawing Appropriate welding process/basematerials/filler materials Appropriate machine settingsxxviiiCrosswalkDuty G: Perform Manual Oxyfuel (OF) CuttingDuty I: Perform Air Carbon Arc Cutting (Gouging)MAVCC TasksShielded Metal Arc Welding and Carbon ArcCuttingAir. Unit 4, Carbon Arc CuttingAirhas Job Sheet 1 which requires student to setup equipment, test air supply for moisture, andgouge a piece of mild steel. Job Sheet 2 of sameunit requires student to backgouge a V-groovebutt joint to assure complete fusion for theweldment.Occupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderI.01, I.02, I.03, I.04, and I.05 cover safety,equipment use, and procedures for carbon arccutting (gouging)MAVCC TasksSee MAVCCs Oxyacetylene Welding andOxyfuel Cutting for detailed duty/task. Unit 3,Hardfacing in MAVCCs Shielded Metal ArcWelding and Carbon Arc CuttingAir containsJob Sheet 2 which provides an optional studentpreparation of test plates with oxyfuel cutting.Occupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderG.01, G.02, G.03, G.04, G.05, G.06, G.07, anG.09 cover safety, equipment use, andprocedures for oxyfuel cutting.SMAW and CACA, Unit 2, 32 job sheets guidestudent through practice with running a beadonplain carbon steel plate. Pipe welding is coveredin MAVCCs Shielded Metal Arc Pipe Welding.Unit 2 job sheets (32 in all) have student weldfillet weld lap joints and T-joints in all positions,flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead withE6010, E7024 and E7018 electrodes. Jobsheets also have student weld V-groove buttjoints in flat, horizontal, vertical and overheadpositions with E6010 and E7018 electrodes. Inall job sheets, student must complete basicmetal preparation and adjust voltage andpolarity for given application. V-groovepreparation requires oxyacetylene preheatingand cutting, and proceeds to cleaning andgrinding to specifications. Student must prepareand conduct a bend test on V-groove joints.C.03 Set up shielded metal arc welding onplain carbon steel plate and pipe E7024, E6010, or E6011 and E7018electrodes Base/filler metal selection/identification/preparation Review appropriate weld procedures Filler metal selection Proper hand tool selection Adjust voltage and polarity Base metal preparation Parts set up and preheated asnecessaryCrosswalkxxixDuty K: Perform Welding Inspection and TestingMAVCC TasksSMAW and CACA, Job sheets in Units 2 and3 require student to inspect all welds from firstbead quality to final pass for shielded metal arcwelds on lap joints and T-joints in all positions.Students must also prepare mild steel V-groovebutt joints for welding in all positions for weldingand prepare a test specimen and conduct abend test to evaluate all V-groove butt jointwelds.SMAW and CACA, Job sheets in Units 2 and3 require check of base metal before weldingprocess begins, examination of initial bead andall passes and cleaning and visual inspectionsof final pass or bead. Specimens must beprepared to bend test V-groove butt joints, andspecimens must be tested and evaluated.Occupation: Shielded Metal Arc WelderK.01 Examine cut surfaces and edges ofprepared base metal parts Appearance Uniformity Proper fit-up Base metal preparationK.02 Examine tack, intermediate layers, andcompleted welds Visual check for weld discontinuity anddefects to an acceptable criteria Destructive or non-destructiveexamination