Regulation On The Profession And On The Examination Requirements In The Practical And The Specialist Theoretical Part Of The Master Craftsman For The Brushes And Brush Maker Craft

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Berufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen im praktischen und im fachtheoretischen Teil der Meisterprüfung für das Bürsten- und Pinselmacher-Handwerk

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Regulation on the professional image and on the examination requirements in the practical and in the theoretical part of the master test for the brush and brush maker trades (brush and brush maker regulation-BürstPiMstrV)

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BürstPiMstrV

date of delivery: 27.07.1993

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" Brush and brush maker decree of 27. July 1993 (BGBl. I p. 1414) "

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(+ + + text evidence from: 1.10.1993 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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Based on § 45 of the Craft order in the version of the Notice of 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended by Article 24 (1) of the Law of 18. March 1975 (BGBl. 705), the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Science, is ordering the following:

1. Section
professional image

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§ 1 occupational picture

(1) The brush and brush maker craft are the following Activities to be attributed:
1.
Manufacgest of brushes,
2.
Pin Pushing,
3.
brush and brush inserts for Machines,
4.
dressing material for the manufacture of brushes and brushes.
(2) The brush and brush maker craft are the following and skills:
1.
Knowledge of manufacturing processes for brushes,
2.
Knowledge of the Brush Manufacturing Processes,
3.
Knowledge of the Method of coating,
4.
Knowledge of equipping materials,
5.
Knowledge of the the manufacture of brushes and brushes used wood, metal and plastic parts,
6.
Knowledge of the brushes and brushes, as well as for the brushes and brushes, Excipients used for the treatment of equipping materials,
7.
Knowledge of the use and use of the products of the brush-and Brush-making craft,
8.
Knowledge of devices on machines used in brush or brush sets
9.
Knowledge of professional machines, tools, and devices,
10.
Knowledge of the Energy supply in operation and energy-saving measures,
11.
Knowledge of the occupational product and product rules,
12.
Knowledge of professional technical rules and regulations,
13.
Knowledge of the occupational Occupational safety and health requirements,
14.
Knowledge of the occupational health and safety requirements of the environment, in particular the Immission Protection,
15.
finished and read sketches and drawings,
16.
Select of the animal, vegetable, synthetic and other equipping materials to be used for the manufacture of brushes and brushes,
17.
Brush head, in particular parts of the fitting material, filling, gluing of the material bundle and cleaning of the brush head,
18.
Full length of the brush head. Brush head with handle,
19.
Merge assembly material together with the brush holders
20.
Setting up and using work-related machines and attachments,
21.
Cutting and finalizing the Brushes,
22.
Cleaning of the raw material,
23.
Cutting, sorting and mixing of hair and bristles,
24.
Recleaning and improving the quality by using chemical aids,
25.
End editing by butting, plastering, binding,
26.
Samples and control of finished products and monitor the production process,
27.
Nursing and maintenance of the work-related machines, tools and devices.

2. Section
Review requests in Parts I and II of the Master Review

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§ 2 Outline, Duration, and The practical test (Part I)

(1) In Part I, a master examination is to be carried out and a working sample should be carried out. In the determination of the master examination work, the proposals of the test item are to be taken into consideration as far as possible.(2) The preparation of the Master's examination should not last longer than five working days, the execution of the working sample shall not last longer than 12 hours.(3) Minimum requirements for the existence of Part I are in each case sufficient performances in the master examination work and in the working sample. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Master Examination Work

(1) As a master examination work, one of the works according to points 1 to 4 is to be completed:
1.
seven brushes and brooms of different types using at least two different Manufacturing techniques;
2.
Zurichten of:
a)
three different types of hair, ready for sale in two different lengths,
b)
three different types Varieties of hair unpbred,
c)
a variety of hair, ready for sale from pre-directed hair,
d)
a hair blend of at least three different types of hair;
3.
seven hairpin different species, using at least three different types of hair in at least five different sizes;
4.
seven bristle brushes of different types natural or synthetic material in five different sizes.
(2) The brushes and brushes referred to in paragraph 1 shall be manufactured in accordance with patterns or illustrations. unofficial table of contents

§ 4 work sample

(1) As a work sample, one of the work items is to be executed in accordance with numbers 1 to 4:
1.
Manufactution of brushes:
a)
four different manufacturing operations for brushing brushes,
b)
Besatz mixing,
c)
A watercolor brush, a wide bristle brush and a Brush body;
2.
Zurichten:
a)
lashing brush-like hair from different raw materials,
b)
mixing different hair lengths and
(c
The manufacture of a watercolor brush, a wide bristle brush and a brush;
3.
Manufactution of hair brushes:
a)
Enforcing at least three different equipping materials,
b)
Force hair on different types as well as in different forms, sticking of the brush heads,
c)
ready to produce a brush, a wide bristle brush as well as mixing and finishing a simple hair mix;
4.
Manufactug of bristle brushes:
a)
finished with wide bristle brushes in thicknesses 9 to 12 including bowls in different sizes from the range 1 to 4 inches,
b)
The mantle and sands of the malt brushes and the stem,
c)
sheath of a Malerkluppe as well as preparing a capsule brush,
d)
Enforcing bristles in different ways in different forms using five different varieties by bristles,
e)
A hair-crystal brush, a brush, as well as a stocking mix for masonry brushes.
(2) The working sample to examine the most important skills and knowledge which could not be proven or proved insufficiently in the master examination work. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination of subject-theoretical knowledge (Part II)

(1) In Part II, knowledge of the following four Proof of examination subjects:
1.
Technical Mathematics:
a)
Calculating the quantities and dimensions of the work and auxiliary materials,
b)
Convert the different units of measure;
2.
Technical technology:
a)
Use of the created products,
b)
Manufacturing process for brushes and brushes, as well as finishing techniques for equipping materials,
c)
The functioning and properties of the machines, tools and equipment used in the manufacture of brushes and brushes, as well as in the dressing of assembly materials,
d)
Environmental protection and rational use of energy, (e) occupational health and safety regulations, and the Occupational health and safety,
f)
occupational health and safety regulations, in particular the protection of immission;
3.
Material Customer:
a)
Natural and synthetic equipping materials for the manufacture of brushes and brushes,
b)
Brush body, brush stems and handles made of wood, plastics and other materials Materials,
c)
Metal and other materials,
d)
Auxiliary materials for the Manufacture of brushes and brushes, in particular adhesives, wires, twine, as well as for the dressing of equipping materials, in particular cleaning, bleaching, colouring agents and other chemicals,
e)
Professional standards and regulations, in particular on trade names, sizes, lengths, widths and other divisions in finished goods, in the case of assembly materials and in the case of related parts and excipients;
4.
Calculation: cost determination, including all factors essential to price formation including the Calculations for the supply and post-calculation.
(2) The examination must be carried out in writing and orally.(3) The written examination shall not exceed ten hours in total, and the oral test shall not take more than half an hour. The written examination shall not be carried out for more than six hours in one day.(4) The examinee shall be exempted from the oral examination on request if, on average, he has provided at least good written services.(5) The minimum requirement for the existence of Part II shall be sufficient performance in the examination subjects referred to in paragraph 1 (2) and (3).

3. Section
Transitional and Final Provisions

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§ 6 Transitional rule

The entry into force of this Regulation on current testing procedures will be completed in accordance with the provisions of the previous rules. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Other requirements

The other requirements in the master test are determined by the Regulation on common requirements in the master's examination in the craft of 12. December 1972 (BGBl. 2381), as amended. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Entry into force

(1) This Regulation occurs on the 1. October 1993, in force.(2) The provisions to be applied further pursuant to Section 122 of the Craft Code shall no longer be applicable to the extent to which they regulate the subject matter of this Regulation.