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RESOURCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY - RII09

RIIVEH305D - Drive and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle

Elements of Competency and Performance Criteria

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National Code

Element Name
   

 RIIVEH305D/01

Identify four wheel drive specific terms, terminology and techniques
   
 
  • Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to the work activity
  • Identify the structural and handling differences between a conventional two wheel drive
    and a four wheel drive vehicle
  • Identify and demonstrate the purpose and use of front wheel hubs
  • Identify factors affecting tyre size, fitment, rating, and pressure
  • Identify correctly, recovery hooks and mounting features Identify hazards associated with incorrect use of vehicle features or equipment
   

RIIVEH305D/02

Plan for minimal environmental impact
   
 
  • Determine types of impact likely to occur during four wheel driving and associated activities
  • Demonstrate compliance with land management principles and policies when planning exploration
    activities
  • Comply with policies and management plans relevant to the activity area
  • Plan and conduct activities in a manner which minimises environmental impact
  • Adopt and implement procedures to ensure minimization of harm to the environment from
    four wheel drive activities
  • Demonstrate cooperation and consideration towards other land users

RIIVEH305D/03

Perform pre-departure checks
   
 
  • Perform routine pre-departure checks under the bonnet, under the body, and on external and internal items and accessories
  • Take action to correct any deficiency
  • Determine food and water requirements for journey
  • Select suitable navigation equipment where necessary
  • Interpret weather conditions to determine suitability for activity
  • Apply safe vehicle loading practices
  • Secure items of personal luggage safely
  • Advise passengers of any special safety precautions to be taken when traversing rough terrain

RIIVEH305D/04

Use the features of a four wheel drive vehicle to drive in a variety of terrain types
   
 
  • Operate four wheel drive vehicles correctly and safely both on and off road, in accordance with road rules, principles of four wheel driving and occupational health and safety regulations
  • Apply smooth accelerator control strategies over a range of terrain types
  • Demonstrate recommended braking techniques for hard top surfaces and off road conditions
  • Identify situations where the engagement of four wheel drive is required, correctly
  • Engage correctly, where relevant, front hubs or centre differential lock (constant four wheel drive vehicles)
  • Survey track to identify hazards, asses risk and select a best route
  • Select routes to minimise damage to the environment
  • Use appropriate range, gear, speed, driving and braking technique to negotiate a range of terrain types whilst maintaining control of vehicle at all times
  • Perform a stop stall key start recovery procedure on a moderate incline
  • Check, where necessary, brakes and undercarriage after negotiating varying terrain
  • Perform repairs to damaged tracks if necessary
  • Use standardised operating procedures when travelling in company with other vehicles
  • Maintain appropriate hand positioning on steering wheel

RIIVEH305D/05

Use a single snatch strap to recover a vehicle
   
 
  • Identify risks associated with vehicle recovery and develop and implement strategies to minimise risks
  • Identify recovery hooks
  • Confirm use of recommended mounting strategy on the four wheel drive vehicle and use of rated recovery equipment when practicable
  • Demonstrate procedures for preparing vehicles for recovery
  • Demonstrate techniques to minimise impact on the environment during vehicle recovery
  • Demonstrate techniques for joining 2 snatch straps
  • Coordinate safe recovery of a four wheel drive vehicle using a single snatch strap
  • Perform post recovery checks and repairs, correctly

RIIVEH305D/06

Perform maintenance and minor repairs on four wheel drive vehicles
   
 
  • Select/access maintenance equipment correctly, including spares and fluids, prior to departure after consideration of contextual issues
  • Check vehicles regularly prior to and during trip and correctly perform routine maintenance /repair tasks
  • Make vehicle performance reports to the designated person
  • Demonstrate safe use of a jack to support a four wheel drive vehicle on uneven ground.

RESOURCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY - RII09

RIIVEH201D - Operate light vehicle

Elements of Competency and Performance Criteria

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National Code Element Name
   
RIIVEH201D/01 Plan and prepare for operations
   

 

  • Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to the work activity
  • Obtain, interpret and clarify information, work requirements and details
  • Access and apply safely information and procedures when planning vehicle operations
  • Select appropriate types of equipment and attachments according to job specifications to maximise efficiency and effectiveness
  • Identify, address and report potential hazards and risks.
  • Select appropriate personal protective equipment for planned work activities
  • Identify, address and report environmental issues
 RIIVEH201D/02 Drive light vehicle
   

 

  • Carry out start-up, park and shut-down procedures
  • Operate light vehicle with or without ancillary attachments
  • Operate equipment within recommended speed, engine capability and limitations
  • Operate ancillary attachments to the light vehicle
  • Use vehicle lights and indicators in accordance with traffic regulations
  • Identify and respond appropriately to hazardous and/or emergency driving situations
  • Complete light vehicle operations according to work plan
RIIVEH201D/03 Carry out operator maintenance
   

 

  • Conduct visual inspection to identify faults
  • Conduct routine operational servicing and housekeeping activities
  • Carry out minor maintenance and repairs
  • Report defective or irregular performance to relevant authorities
  • Maintain and update vehicle records in accordance with workplace procedures

OUTDOOR RECREATION INDUSTRY - SIS10

SISODRV404A - Drive a 4WD vehicle in difficult terrain

Elements of Competency and Performance Criteria

Booking enrolment form - click here!

National Code

Element Name

SISODRV404A/01

Plan the four wheel driving activity.
   

 

  • Determine contextual issues impacting on the activity according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

  • Access relevant sources to identify and interpret weather and environmental information.

  • Determine food and water requirements according to principles of nutrition and contextual issues.

  • Access required equipment and check serviceability according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

   

SISODRV404A/02

Drive a four wheel drive vehicle in difficult terrain.
   

 

  • Perform routine pre-departure checks and take action to correct any deficiency.

  • Apply safe vehicle loading practices and secure personal items according to organisational policies and procedures

  • Engage front free wheel hubs where appropriate.

  • Survey track to identify hazards and risks, and select the best route to minimise damage to the environment.

  • Advise passengers of any special safety precautions to be taken when traversing difficult terrain.

  • Use appropriate range, gear, speed, driving and braking technique to negotiate a range of difficult terrain types while maintaining control of vehicle at all times.

  • Perform a safe stop and forward or reverse start on a steep incline where required.

  • Demonstrate appropriate use of handbrake.

  • Apply risk management procedures relating to blind corners and oncoming traffic according to organisational policies and procedures.

   

SISODRV404A/03

Perform maintenance and minor repairs on four wheel drive vehicles.
   

 

  • Access maintenance equipment and conduct routine maintenance and repair tasks.

  • Check, where necessary, brakes and undercarriage after negotiating difficult terrain.

  • Use a jack to support a four wheel drive vehicle on uneven ground, according to organisational policies and procedure and manufacturer's specifications.

  • Perform wheel removal and or replacement.

  • Complete vehicle performance reports and notify designated personnel.

OUTDOOR RECREATION INDUSTRY - SIS10
SISODRV405A - Coordinate recovery of 4WD vehicles
Elements of Competency and Performance Criteria
Booking enrolment form - click here!

National Code Element Name
   
SISODRV405A/01 Assess situation.
   


  • Survey site and identify hazards, assess risk and define danger zones according to operating variables.
  • Select a suitable recovery strategy and apply risk management strategies according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
  • Access rated recovery equipment suitable to selected recovery method and apply strategies to ensure safe use according to organisational policies and procedures and manufacturer's specifications.
  • Apply strategies to reduce environmental impact during recovery.
   
SISODRV405A/02 Use a recovery or snatch strap.
   
 
  • Determine specific hazards associated with use of recovery or snatch straps.
  • Identify recovery points and prepare vehicle for recovery.
  • Coordinate recovery of a vehicle on a steep incline using recovery or snatch straps.
  • Complete post-recovery vehicle and equipment checks.
   
SISODRV405A/03 Use a winch to recover a four wheel drive vehicle.
   
 
  • Identify specific hazards associated with winch recoveries.
  • Prepare vehicles for a winch recovery after identification of recovery points.
  • Establish safe ground anchor points in different terrain conditions.
  • Use pulley blocks to give a mechanical advantage and change the direction of the winch.
  • Use a tree trunk protector when using a tree as an anchor point.
  • Operate winch to recover vehicle.
   
SISODRV405A/04 Use jacks to prepare vehicle for recovery.
   
 
  • Identify specific hazards associated with the use of jacks.
  • Demonstrate safe positioning of jacks..
  • Apply safe operating procedures when using a jack to lift a vehicle according to organisational policies and procedures and manufacturer's specifications.
   
SISODRV405A/05 Maintain vehicle recovery equipment.
   
 
  • Apply maintenance procedures for recovery equipment.
  • Document equipment and vehicle maintenance according to organisational policies and procedures.

OUTDOOR RECREATION INDUSTRY - SIS10

SISODRV302A - Drive and recover a 4wd vehicle

Elements of Competency and Performance Criteria

Co-requisite unit of competency - SISOODR302A

Booking enrolment form - click here!

National Code Element Name
   
SISODRV302A/01 Plan for four wheel driving
   
 
  • Determine structural and handling differences between a conventional two wheel drive and a four wheel drive vehicle.

  • Identify the purpose and use of front wheel hubs where appropriate, recovery points and mounting features.

  • Identify factors affecting tyre size, fitment, rating, and pressure.

  • Identify hazards associated with incorrect use of vehicle features or equipment.

  • Select equipment and check working condition according to manufacturer's recommendations and organisational policies and procedures.

  • Access relevant sources to interpret weather and environmental information and determine activity plan.

  • Determine food and water requirements according to principles of nutrition and contextual issues.

SISODRV302A/02 Perform pre-departure checks
   
 
  • Perform routine pre-departure checks and take action to correct any deficiency.

  • Apply safe vehicle loading practices and secure personal items according to organisational policies and procedures.

  • Advise passengers of safety precautions to be taken when traversing rough terrain according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

SISODRV302A/03 Drive in a variety of terrain types
   
 
  • Survey track to identify hazards, asses risk and select routes that minimise damage to the environment.

  • Apply smooth accelerator control strategies over a range of terrain types.

  • Apply recommended braking techniques for hard top surfaces and off road conditions.

  • Identify situations where the engagement of four wheel drive is required.

  • Engage 4W drive and front hubs or centre differential lock where required.

  • Use appropriate range, gear, speed, driving and braking technique to negotiate a range of terrain types while maintaining control of vehicle at all times.

  • Perform a stop and reverse on a moderate incline.

   
SISODRV302A/04 Recover a vehicle.
   
 
  • Identify risks associated with vehicle recovery and develop and implement strategies to minimise risks according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

  • Identify recovery points and prepare vehicles for recovery.

  • Apply recommended mounting strategy on the four wheel drive vehicle and use of rated recovery equipment.

  • Apply techniques for joining recovery or snatch strap.

  • Coordinate safe recovery of a four wheel drive vehicle using a single snatch strap.

  • Perform post recovery checks and repairs.

  • Apply techniques for arresting the snatch strap in case of breakage during recovery

   
SISODRV302A/05 Perform maintenance and minor repairs
   
 
  • Access maintenance equipment and conduct routine maintenance and repair tasks.

  • Check, where necessary, brakes and undercarriage after negotiating varying terrain.

  • Demonstrate safe use of a jack to support a four wheel drive vehicle on uneven ground, according to organisational policies and procedure and manufacturer's specifications.

  • Complete vehicle performance reports and notify designated personnel.

   
SISODRV302A/06 Evaluate four wheel driving activity.
   
 
  • Evaluate relevant aspects of the activity.fy improvements for future four wheel driving activities.

 

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