Rules For The Standards Of The Profession Mehatroniķ

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par mehatroniķa profesijas standartu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 386, Riga, 16 May 2006 (pr. No 27 13 §) rules on the standard of the profession of mehatroniķ Issued in accordance with the vocational education Act, article 7 (2) (I). General questions 1. determines the standard of the profession of mehatroniķ. 2. the profession of Mehatroniķ standard is designed for the professional in information kvalifik 4. 3. Mehatroniķ the profession standard applies to educational program development and implementation the mehatroniķ qualification. II. Description of the action is the responsibility of the 4 Mehatroniķ to service the mechanical processing, Assembly, packing and other technological processes used in the automatic equipment, they set up, and organizing work with them. These activities also involve mechanical, electronics, hardware and information technology specialists. 5. Mehatroniķ is responsible for the change of the system of efficient meh and sustained without damage, as well as the organisation of work, to find and prevent damage. 6. Mehatroniķ is at work in companies that use the mechatronic systems (such as metalworking, machine and apparatus construction, woodworking, food industry). III. the responsibilities and tasks of Mehatroniķ 7. Mehatroniķ has the following responsibilities and tasks: 7.1. obligation to design and implement a system change and meh perform the following tasks: 7.1.1. introducing mechatronic systems using the project technical documentation;
7.1.2. to draw up the necessary materials and equipment specifications;
7.1.3. to draw up local estimates and koptām;
7.1.4. the project documentation with the relevant authorities;
7.1.5. to carry out technical-economic calculations to compare existing projects;
7.1.6. to design and implement a mechatronic systems using the jektēšan datorpr options;
7.2. the obligation to organise the installation of the Assembly, set up their equipment and perform the following tasks: 7.2.1. to organize and carry out the mechatronic system of motor and electric Assembly works;
7.2.2. Design a relevant technical documentation on the works carried out;
7.2.3. to develop rules of the Assembly, as well as instructions on fire-fighting and environmental protection rules;
7.3. the obligation to set, measure, and control the mechatronic equipment and perform the following tasks: 7.3.1. dial and enter the mechatronic equipment projected logical controller (PLK) programs;
7.3.2. appropriate interconnecting the electric, hydraulic and pneumatic diagrams;
7.3.3. the appliances draw up technical documentation checks;
7.3.4. make arrangements for equipment and technical specifications;
7.3.5. to adjust and set up new ones, as well as in-service equipment;
7.4. the obligation to ensure effective and continuous equipment operation and perform the following tasks: 7.4.1. find and fix defects in mechanical, mechatronics, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic scheme and Pro grammisk systems;
7.4.2. create a simple process management and control programs;
7.4.3. collect information about modern working machinery, devices and equipment;
7.4.4. organize and manage staff to quickly resolve the emergency;
7.4.5. to organize and participate in periodic in-service equipment, routine repair and overhaul in the preparation and presentation of the dossier;
7.4.6. ensure proper equipment and quality installation, adjustment and maintenance according to the manufacturer's instructions;
7.4.7. organize and manage equipment inspections, preventive tests and measurements, as well as, if necessary, immediately report the damage or prevent the responsible services;
7.5. the obligation to provide support for users of the equipment and perform the following tasks: 7.5.1. instructions for preparing the facility users;
7.5.2. to advise the user of the equipment;
7.5.3. troubleshoot equipment problems. IV. Working Environment characterise the specific factors 8. organisational factors that characterize the work environment-work is performed individually or in group, in which different professions. V. Mehatroniķ the necessary skills we need 9 Mehatroniķ the following common skills in the industry: technical sectoral 9.1, technological and construction documentation and use of standards;
9.2. the use of equipment and instruments, the operating, installing and using automatic equipment;
9.3. operating, safety, fire safety, electrical safety and environmental protection knowledge and observance of the rules;
9.4. the tracking industry. 10. Mehatroniķ the following required specific skills in the profession: 10.1. projected logical controller (PLK) in familiarity and mēšan;
10.2. getting around the auto tuning equipment and its elements;
10.3. the mechanical, pneumatic in orienteering, hydraulic, electrical and electronic systems in the kajās and their schemes;
10.4. Mechatronic System diagnostic equipment and the use of measuring instruments;
10.5. damage to the search, finding and troubleshooting and mechatronic systems service;
10.6. apply theoretical knowledge in practice;
10.7. the progressive work experience and the latest technical solutions. 11. the Mehatroniķ you will need the following skills: General 11.1. working team and independently;
11.2. the executable job scheduling, setting priorities;
11.3. information search and select products;
11.4. information technology terminology for Latvian and English;
11.5. business documentation;
11.6. in compliance with the principles of professional ethics;
7.3. the presentation of the material and measures, management measures;
11.8. communication in foreign languages;
7.4. the work hygiene and safety requirements. Vi. the knowledge they teach 12. Mehatroniķ picture level acquire knowledge of CNC (Pro grammvadīb) process machines programming. 13. Mehatroniķ learn such knowledge awareness level: 13.1. logic;
13.2. human resource management theory;
13.3. the economy;
13.4. logistics;
13.5 steel work technology and elements;
13.6. the electrical supply;
8.5. the work of the technology and working tools;
13.8. quality management basics;
13.9. the resistance of materials. 14. Mehatroniķ learn such knowledge level of use: 14.1. foreign language;
14.2. higher mathematics;
14.3. interface;
14.4. datormācīb;
14.5. the labour and environmental protection;
14.6. materiālmācīb;
14.7. mechanical engineering drafting;
14.8. the drafting of the scheme;
9.3. the link, tolerances and technical measurements;
14.10. electrical engineering;
14.11. electronics;
14.12. electrical apparatus;
14.13. pneumatics and hydraulics fundamentals;
14.14. theoretical mechanics;
14.15. wire and drive automation;
14.16. welding and soldering work in technology;
14.17. the work of the Assembly technology;
14.18. the projected logical controller (PLK) and their use;
14.19. the projected logical controller (PLK) and their programming;
14.20. Automation element structure, performance and usability;
14.21. automatic adjustment technique for process management and control;
14.22. problem solving methods and means to be used. Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science Rivž of B.