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Helper – Dry Operations (Finished Leather)-Assessment Criteria

Author:Asha|June 13th, 2019

Annexure:  Assessment Criteria

Assessment Criteria for Helper-Dry Operations (Finished Leather)
Job Role Helper-Dry Operations (Finished Leather)
Qualification Pack LSS/Q0902, V1.0
Sector Skill Council Leather

 

Sr.No. Guidelines for Assessment
1 Criteria for assessment for each qualification pack will be created by the sector skill council. Each performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
2 The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
3 Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training centre (as per assessment criteria below).
4 Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training centre based on these criteria
5 To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score a minimum of 50% aggregate.
6 In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent assessment on the balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack.

 

Assessable Outcome Assessment Criteria Total
Mark
Marks Allocation
Out of  Theory  Skills Practical 
1. LSS/N0903: Assist in dry operations in finished leather PC1. Make sure the work area is free from hazards 100 3 0 3
PC2. Assist in processing the material by carrying out mechanical operations 2 0 2
PC3. Follow the instructions given on the work ticket or job card in line  with the responsibilities of your job role 1 0 1
PC4. Handle and transport material, including hides, skins, leather, in the most effective manner and in the correct sequence 6 5 1
PC5. Compare to match the materials used with the specification in terms of colour matching within a product / between a pair of products, where applicable 6 5 1
PC6. Handle the material in order to avoid contaminating and damaging the material during the process 2 0 2
PC7. Report any damaged work to the supervisor/ quality controller 3 0 3
PC8. Sort and place work to assist with the next stage of production and minimise the risk of damage 2 0 2
PC9. Leave work area safe and secure when work is complete 12 10 2
PC10. Ask for help and information from your colleagues, supervisor when necessary, in a polite manner 2 0 2
PC11. Anticipate and respond to requests for assistance from colleagues willingly and politely 1 0 1
PC12. Assist in setting up of machine 5 0 5
PC13. Check that the materials to be used are free from faults 2 0 2
PC14. Process component parts to the quality standard required 1 0 1
PC15. Report any damaged work to the responsible person 1 0 1
PC16. Help producing the required batch of components to match the job card and the company’s production targets 1 0 1
PC17. Sort and place work to assist the next stage of production and minimise the risk of damage 3 0 3
PC18. Repeat process as per requirement mentioned in job card 3 0 3
PC19. Leave work area safe and secure when work is complete 5 0 5
PC20. Follow the instructions and special instructions on the work ticket 3 0 3
PC21. Use the correct tools and equipment 2 0 2
PC22. Check and report faults in the materials 2 0 2
PC23. Assist in processing component parts 2 0 2
PC24. Feed the leather side into the machine 1 0 1
PC25. Receive the leather side from the machine 1 0 1
PC26. Measure and check the thickness of shaved leather to make sure that the thickness is uniform and as per specification 1 0 1
PC27. Report any damaged work to the responsible person 1 0 1
PC28. Sort and place work to assist the next stage of production and minimise the risk of damage 1 0 1
PC29. Leave work area safe and secure when work is complete 1 0 1
PC30. Follow the instructions and special instructions on the work ticke 1 0 1
PC31. Use the correct tools and equipment 1 0 1
PC32. Check that the materials to be used are free from faults 1 0 1
PC33. Report faults in the materials 1 0 1
PC34. Report any damaged work to the responsible person 1 0 1
PC35. Feed the hide/skin into the machine 1 0 1
PC36. Check the thickness of the leather piece being fed in 1 0 1
PC37. Perform the operation as per the operating procedure 6 5 1
PC38. Arrange and pass completed work onto the next stage in production 7 5 2
PC39. Unhook, sort and place work to assist the next stage of production and minimise the risk of damage 2 0 2
PC40. Leave work area safe and secure when work is complete 2 0 2
Total 100 30 70
2. LSS/N0902: Support to achieving product quality in dry operations PC1. Set up and test equipment to meet quality standard 50 1 0 1
PC2. Ensure the quality of the product meets specification during production 6 5 1
PC3. Maintain the required productivity and quality levels 11 10 1
PC4. Carry out quality checks at agreed intervals and in the approved way 1 0 1
PC5. Apply the allowed tolerances 1 0 1
PC6. Report and replace faulty materials and component parts which do not meet specification 11 10 1
PC7. Identify process problems that effect product quality and report them promptly to appropriate people 2 0 2
PC8. Maintain the continuity of production with minimum interruptions and downtime 1 0 1
PC9. Identify faults and irregularities in equipment and machinery and take action within the limits of your responsibility 1 0 1
PC10. Identify faults in finished products and trace their causes 1 0 1
PC11. Follow reporting procedures 2 0 2
PC12. Maintain records and documentation 12 10 2
Total 50 35 15
3. LSS/N8501: Maintain the work area, tools and machines PC1. Handle materials, machinery, equipment and tools safely and correctly 50 1 0 1
PC2. Use correct lifting and handling procedures 1 0 1
PC3. Use materials to minimize waste 1 0 1
PC4. Prepare and organize work 2 0 2
PC5. Maintain a clean and hazard free working area 1 0 1
PC6. Deal with work interruptions 2 0 2
PC7. Move around the workplace with care 3 0 3
PC8. Maintain tools and equipment 5 0 5
PC9. Carry out running maintenance within agreed schedules 6 5 1
PC10. Carry out maintenance and/or cleaning outside responsibility 2 0 2
PC11. Report unsafe equipment and other dangerous occurrences 2 0 2
PC12. Ensure that the correct machine guards are in place 3 0 3
PC13. Work in a comfortable position with the correct posture 5 3 2
PC14. Use cleaning equipment and methods appropriate for the work to be carried out 1 0 1
PC15. Dispose of waste safely in the designated location 2 1 1
PC16. Store cleaning equipment safely after use 1 0 1
PC17. Complete and store accurate records and documentation 2 1 1
PC18. Maintain proper lighting, ventilation to make sure general comfort is there while working 2 1 1
PC19. Give inputs and assist in completing documentation 2 1 1
PC20. Report the need for maintenance and/or cleaning outside your area of responsibility 2 1 1
PC21. Ensure safe and correct handling of materials, equipment and tools 2 1 1
PC22. Maintain appropriate environment to protect stock from pilfering, theft, damage and deterioration 2 1 1
Total 50 15 35
4. LSS/N8601: Maintain health, safety and security at workplace PC1. Comply with health and safety related instructions applicable to the workplace 25 0.5 0 0.5
PC2. Use and maintain personal protective equipment as per protocol 0.5 0 0.5
PC3. Carry out own activities in line with approved guidelines and procedures 0.5 0 0.5
PC4. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and guard against dependency on intoxicants 0.5 0 0.5
PC5. Follow environment management system related procedures 5.5 5 0.5
PC6. Identify and correct (if possible) malfunctions in machinery and equipment 0.5 0 0.5
PC7. Report any service malfunctions that cannot be rectified 1 0 1
PC8. Store materials and equipment in line with manufacturer’s and organizational requirements 1 0 1
PC9. Safely handle and move waste and debris 1 0 1
PC10. Minimize health and safety risks to self and others due to own actions 1 0 1
PC11. Seek clarifications, from supervisors or other authorized personnel in case of perceived risks 1 0 1
PC12. Monitor the workplace and work processes for potential risks and threats 1 0 1
PC13. Carry out periodic walkthrough to keep work area free from hazards and obstructions, if assigned 1 0 1
PC14. Report hazards and potential risks/ threats to supervisors or other authorized personnel 1 0 1
PC15. Participate in mock drills/ evacuation procedures organized at the workplace 1 0 1
PC16. Undertake first aid, firefighting and emergency response training, if asked to do so 1 0 1
PC17. Take action based on  instructions in the event of fire emergencies or accidents 1 0 1
PC18. Follow organization procedures for shutdown and evacuation when required 6 5 1
Total 25 10 15
5. LSS/N8701: Comply with industry, regulatory and organizational requirements PC1. Carry out work functions in accordance with legislation and regulations, organizational guidelines and procedures 25 8 5 3
PC2. Seek and obtain clarifications on policies and procedures, from the supervisor or other authorized personnel 2 0 2
PC3. Apply and follow these policies and procedures within the work practices 3 0 3
PC4. Provide support to the supervisor and team members in enforcing these considerations 2 0 2
PC5. Identify and report any possible deviation to these
requirements
10 5 5
Total 25 10 15
Grand Total 250 250 100 150

 

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