Regulation Concerning Vocational Training As A Production Worker Chemistry

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zur Produktionsfachkraft Chemie

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Regulation on vocational training for the production sector in chemistry

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Date of expend: 23.03.2005

Full quote:

" Regulation on vocational training Chemical production capacity of the 23. March 2005 (BGBl. I p. 906) "


(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.2005 + + +)

This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for vocational schools, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette. Non-official table of contents

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Based on Section 25 (1) in conjunction with Section 2, sentence 1, of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), which was last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the training profession

The training profession of production specialist chemistry is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

(1) The training takes two years.(2) apprentices who are to be regarded as the first year of vocational training in accordance with a regulation in accordance with Article 29 (1) of the Vocational Training Act, to which a visit to a school-based vocational training year introduced under national law is to be considered. begin the company training in the second year of training. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Objective of vocational training

The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation are to be provided , the trainees are to be qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which includes, in particular, independent planning, carrying out and controlling. The qualification described in sentence 1 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 9 and 10. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Basic vocational field broad education

The training in the first year provides a basic vocational training field, if the in-company training in accordance with this Regulation and training in the vocational school in accordance with the provisions of the national law on the vocational training year. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining;
Construction and organization of training operations;
Operational actions to be responsible (Responsible Care):
Safety and health at work,
Asset Security,
Environmental Protection,
inserting energy carriers,
wrapping with work equipment and means,
Quality Assurance, Customer Orientation,
Cost-oriented action;
Work organization and communication:
Process, operational, and work flows,
Working in the team,
Information Procurement, documentation,
Communication and Information Systems;
Going with Working Materials and Determining Fabric constants;
Basic process engineering operations;
Installation and installation engineering Work;
Waiting and maintenance of operational facilities;
Assets used;
Making and processing products.

§ 6 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge according to § 5 are to be taught according to the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in the annex. A material and time breakdown of the content of the training which deviates from the training framework plan is particularly permissible, insofar as special operational features require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Training plan

The trainees have a training plan for the apprentices on the basis of the training framework plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Report Sheft

The trainees have a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. They should be given the opportunity to carry out the report sheet during the training period. The trainers have a regular review of the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training. It is to take place at the beginning of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Annex for the first year of training and the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, in accordance with the framework curriculum, to the extent that he/she is responsible for the Vocational training is essential.(3) In the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task in no more than four hours. This is particularly suitable for this purpose:
carrying out a process-engineering work.
In doing so, the test item is intended to show that it can carry out subprocesses according to the order of business, document work results, and take measures on safety, health protection at work, and environmental protection.(4) In the written part of the examination, the examinee shall solve practical tasks in the course of a maximum of 120 minutes, taking into account professional-related calculations. The aim is to include safety and health measures in the field of work, environmental protection and plant safety. In particular, the tasks are considered:
Production technology including handling Work materials, process engineering and measurement technology,
Maintenance and installation technology.
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§ 10 final examination

(1) The final examination will cover the skills and knowledge listed in the asset, as well as the skills and knowledge listed in the Vocational school teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational education and training.(2) In the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task in no more than seven hours. This can be done in particular:
Perform a manufacturing or processing process, taking into account
the production technique with no more than two basic process engineering operations and
Plant technology with an assembly, maintenance or maintenance work.
The test piece is intended to show that it can independently carry out subprocesses according to the job plan, identify work relationships, control work results. and document, measures on safety and health protection at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. When assessing the practical task, production technology is up to 70 per cent, and plant technology with 30 per cent.(3) The test subject shall be in the written part of the examination in the examination areas
Procedure-and Production technique,
Plant engineering,
Economic and social studies
reviewed . In the examination areas of process and production technology as well as plant engineering, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical tasks. The aim is to include work-related calculations, safety and health measures at work, environmental protection, and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
in the examination area Procedure-and Production technique:
Reaction with working materials and determination of substance constants,
process engineering basic operations,
operation of attachments;
in the Plant Engineering Review Area:
installation-related work,
Maintenance and Maintenance,
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social studies (
written part of the examination does not take place at most:
1. in the Examination Area for Process and Production Technology120 minutes, the examination area Plant engineering60 minutes, the examination area Economic and social studies 30 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination must be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas, if the examination board is responsible for the The test may be the result of the test. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 to weight are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Process and production technology50 percent,
2.Test area plant engineering 30 percent,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 %.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least sufficient services are provided in the practical and written part of the examination. In two of the examination areas of the written part, at least sufficient services must be provided; in the further examination area, no insufficient benefits may have been provided. Unofficial table of contents

§ 11 Non-application of rules

The occupational profiles, vocational training plans, and examination requirements that have been set up to date Subject to § 12, it is no longer necessary to apply for the training occupation of chemical occupational young workers. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Transitional rules

On vocational training conditions that exist at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, the , unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2005, in force. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 6)
Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training for Chemistry

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 909-912)
Lfd. Nr.apprenticeship training skills and knowledge-time guidelines in weeks in the training year121234
1Vocational Training, Work and Taric Law (§ 5 No. 1)a) significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c) Possibilities Of Continuing Vocational Training
d)Call essential parts of the work contract
e) Key determinates of the design of the operation What to call collective agreements
2 Construction and organization of the Training operations (§ 5 no. 2)a)explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b) Basic functions of the forming enterprise such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c) The relationships of the training company and its employees to economic organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d) Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies Describe operation
3 Operating Responsible Care measures (§ 5 No. 3) throughout the training
3.1 Safety and Health at Work (§ 5 No. 3.1)a)Threat to safety and identify health at work and take action to avoid them
b)Occupational health and safety-and Apply accident prevention rules
c)Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviors in fires and take action to combat firefighting
e)explain the tasks of the relevant professional association and the authorities responsible for occupational safety and health protection
f) Handle personal protective equipment
g)Use the safety devices in the workplace and their
h)Describe explosion hazards and take action against explosion protection
i)Measures to protect against the hazardous effect of the current on different network systems
j) Associate labels and labelling colors from containers and conveyor systems
k)Work hygiene rules
l)Apply ergonomic basic rules and take action to maintain health and performance
m) handle hazardous materials; explain hazards and avoid
3.2 Plant security (§ 5 No. 3.2)a)Please noteExzones, ignition protection types and temperature classes
b)distinguish and pay attention to asset security devices
c) Noting and reporting failures
3.3 Environmental protection (§ 5 no. 3.3) contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental impacts in the occupational impact area, especially
a)possible Environmental pollution caused by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)applicable to the training establishment Applying environmental protection rules
c)Opportunities for economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
e) Collect, store, and provide waste for recovery
3.4 Insert Energy carriers (§ 5 no. 3.4)a)distinguish the types of energy used in the training operation 4 *)
b) Use predetermined types of energy in compliance with the hazard potential
3.5 Going with work equipment and equipment (§ 5 no. 3.5) a)Use and maintain conveyor systems, including fittings, 8 *)
b)Materials while respecting their Use mechanical, thermal, and chemical properties
c)Prepare plant parts and devices for use
d)Take measures to protect against corrosion, wear, hypothermia, and overheating
e) Waiting and maintaining work equipment
3.6 Quality assurance, customer orientation (§ 5 no. 3.6) a)Operational tools for quality assurance, especially for product control throughout the training to mediate
b) process-and customer-oriented work
3.7 Cost-oriented action (§ 5 No. 3.7)a)Cost-saving opportunities in your own workspace using
b) to comply with Contribute Cost Preferences
4 Work organization and communication (§ 5 No. 4)
4.1Process, operational and work flows (§ 5 No. 4.1) a)Provide and store materials, spare parts, tools, and resources
b) Applying flow images and process rules
c) Perform work steps and partial tasks in compliance with economic and schedule specifications; report deviations from planning
4.2 Working in Team (§ 5 No. 4.2)a) behavioral and peripheral forms in operational cooperation
b)Talks with superiors, employees and in the group situational, present facts
c) coordinate and edit tasks in a team; control results
4.3 Information Procurement, documentation (§ 5 No. 4.3)a)Sources of information to be used in a task-oriented way; apply foreign-language terms
b)Use documentation tools
c) documenting work flows and results
4.4 Communication and Information Systems (§ 5 Nr. 4.4) a)using operational communication and information systems
b)with work-specific software work
c) Apply rules on data protection and data security
5 Using working materials and determining material constants (§ 5 no. 5)a)chemical Legal requirements, in particular with regard to responsiveness 12
b)Note the heat in chemical reactions
c) physical laws, in particular aggregate state changes and the influence of pressure and temperature on gas volumes, note
d) Using acids, bases, salts and their solutions
e)circumvent with solvents, especially with alkanols and Alkanones
f)Identify and store working materials
g) Take samples and determine parameters
h) acid-base titrates, in particular monovalent acids with monovalent bases, carry out and evaluate stoichiometrically; determine the pH value 6
i) Volume, mass and density of solids as well as concentration of solutions over density, refractive index and dry content determine
6 Process Engineering Basic Operations (§ 5 No. 6)a)distinguish basic operations, assign devices to their application areas 12
b) Mixtures, including solutions with pre-determined mass parts
c)solids according to a process crushed and congexed sorting and classifying
d) Solid-liquid mixtures in particular by sedimentation, centrifugation and filtration
e)Mixtures by Recrystallising and purifying distillation 6
f) solids drying
7 Installation and installation work (§ 5 No. 7)a)Pipes and piping parts, taking into account pipe connection types and elements, as well as Connect and seal sealing materials 6 
b) shut-off devices serving
8 Waiting and maintenance of operational facilities (§ 5 no. 8)a)Set up, wait and check assets 6
b) documenting maintenance work
c) participate in and out of production facilities
d)Piping parts and fittings with respect Remove and replace the security regulations 8
e)Performing and documenting maintenance measures by plan
f) Faults in the production process recognize and predetermined measures for disposal grab
9 Metrology (§ 5 No. 9)a)Devices for the determination of pressure, flow rate, level, quantity and temperature and their application areas assigning 4
b)Measuring temperatures
c)Measuring pressure, fill level, flow rate, and quantity with mechanical devices
d) Assign functions to the elements of a rule circle 4
10 Use of assets (§ 5 No. 10)a)Use and Auxiliary Substances take over and provide incoming goods controls 12
b)Ensure operational readiness of assets
c) Systems or divisional systems on and off
d) Operating and monitoring assets or parts of parts according to operating instruction
11Connect and processing of products (§ 5 No. 11)a)inorganic, organic, polymeric or bio-and genetically engineered products, taking into account legal and regulatory requirements. Create or process operational preferences16
b) documenting manufacturing and processing processes and performing in-process controls
c)Store products, in particular, filling, labeling, palletizing, transporting and