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What percent ratio of time is on the job vs industry training?
80% vs 20%
Requirements for certification are developed by who on the recommendation of who?
- Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board
- Provincial Apprenticeship Commitee
What are the two main duties of the LAC?
- Monitor Apprenticeship programs
- Make recommendations to PAC
What are the two main duties of the PAC?
- Monitor LAC activities
- Make recommendations to Board
The works with industry, employer, and employee organizations and technical training providers to:__________
- Alberta Advanced Education and Technology
- Facilitate industry's development and maintenance of training and certification standards
Who is responsible for Apprenticeship Safety?
Shared between the government, employers, employees, apprentices, and the public.
Employer required safety training is whose responsibility?
The employer and the apprentice
Define Annular Space.
Distance between the penetrating item and the surrounding opening.
Define Backing Material.
Material used to set the depth of fire stop systems.
A material that fails to meet the acceptance criteria.
Define draft stopping.
Materials used to prevent the movement of air, gasses, and smoke such as red caulking.
Define endothermic reaction.
Absorption of energy during a chemical reaction.
Define exothermic reaction.
Production of energy during a chemical reaction.
The time a fire stop system is rated for. (Fire protection rating)
Define Fill, Void, or Cavity Material.
The fire stop material.
A fire wall, floor or ceiling.
Define fire compartment.
An enclosed space in a building.
Define fire damper.
A flap in a duct to stop smoke and flame.
The resistance to fire hose spray during a fire.
Expands when exposed to heat.
Measurement of air leakage during a fire.
Define Membrane Penetration.
An opening made through a fire assembly.
Define Passive Fire Protection.
A system designed to confine smoke and fire.
Define Point of Contact.
Where the penetration touches the opening wall.
The time required for the unexposed surface to rise by 325 degrees.
Define Through Penetration.
An item passing entirely through a fire wall.
What is the ULC?
The Underwritings Lab of Canada.
Define the first letter in the Numbering System Penetrations.
- F - Floor
- W - Wall
- C - Combined
Define the second letter in the Numbering System Penetrations.
- A - Concrete < 5" thick
- B - Concrete > 5" thick
- C - Framed Floors
- J - Concrete / Block Walls < 8" thick
- K - Concrete / Block Walls > 8" thick
- L - Framed Walls
Define the Number Series' in the Numbering System Penetrations.
- 0000 - No penetration item
- 1000 - Metallic Pipe / Conduit
- 2000 - Non-Metallic Pipe / Conduit
- 3000 - Electrical Cables
- 4000 - Cable Trays
- 5000 - Insulated Pipes
- 6000 - Electrical Ducts
- 7000 - Mechanical Ducts
- 8000 - Multiple Items
- (Items cannot be combined)
Define the 1st letter in the Numbering System Joints.
- FF - Floor to Floor
- WW - Wall to Wall
- FW - Floor to Wall
- HW - Head of Wall
- CW - Curtain Wall
- BW - Bottom of Wall
Define the 2nd letter in the Numbering System Joints.
Define the Number Series in the Numbering System Joints.
- 0000 - 2" Joint Width
- 1000 - 2" to 6" Joint Width
- 2000 - 6" to 12" Joint Width
- 3000 - 12" to 24" Joint Width
- 4000 - > 24" Joint Width
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