Rules For Mechanical Engineer Profession Standard

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par mehānikas inženiera profesijas standartu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 387, Riga, 16 May 2006 (pr. No 27 14. §) rules on the mechanics of the profession of engineer standards Issued under the vocational education Act, article 7 (2) (I). General questions 1. determines the mechanical engineering profession standard. 2. Mechanical Engineer profession standard is developed 5. professional qualification level. 3. Mechanical Engineer profession standard requirements apply to educational programs development and implementation of mechanical engineering qualification. II. Description of the action 4. Mechanical Engineer working in metal processing, mechanical engineering, engineering, agriculture, transport, construction, trade and other economic undertakings whose activities are related to the equipment, device, machine design, manufacture, installation, monitoring, development, marketing and maintenance. 5. Mechanical Engineer manages collective, participates in the design, manufacture, research, technical supervision, product development, sales, and repair processes, as well as to ensure compliance with the laws and safety and environmental protection. III. Mechanical Engineer duties and tasks 6. Mechanical Engineer has the following responsibilities and tasks: 6.1 the obligation inženieraprēķin and perform the following tasks: 6.1.1. calculation schemas to compose;
6.1.2. calculate the mechanism kinemātisko and dynamic parameters.
6.1.3. calculate the load construction;
6.1.4. do thermodynamic criteria calculations.
6.1.5. to calculate the structure, mechanism, and the details of the size of the node;
6.1.6. calculate detail long endurance, strength and performance;
6.2. the obligation to design machines and devices and perform the following tasks: 6.2.1. find out the machine usage and operating conditions;
6.2.2. to get acquainted with existing analog devices;
6.2.3. to familiarize yourself with the technical documentation;
6.2.4. to ascertain consumer preferences and demands;
6.2.5. to develop a sketch of the project;
6.2.6. to coordinate the project with the client;
6.2.7. to create an exploded view drawing;
6.2.8. the development of Assembly and detail drawings;
6.2.9. to create the necessary technical documentation;
6.2.10. to assess the possible risks that may result;
6.3. the obligation to develop technologies and perform the following tasks: 6.3.1 consultation with drawings of products;
6.3.2. calculate the required assortment and quantities of materials;
6.3.3. determine the processing and measuring range and number;
6.3.4. calculate the processing modes;
6.3.5. calculate the number of machines;
6.3.6. plan out the route of the products;
6.3.7. order of the transition plan;
6.4. the obligation to prepare the production process and perform the following tasks: 6.4.1. develop preform production technologies;
6.4.2. the development of the manufacturing technology of components;
6.4.3. map out details of a route;
6.4.4. develop deployment plans for machines;
6.4.5. calculate the required quantity of the instrument;
6.4.6. determine need and accessories ensure production;
6.4.7. the development of transport and storage parts of the system;
6.4.8. take job rationing;
6.5. the obligation to plan production and perform the following tasks: 6.5.1. familiarize yourself with the technical documentation;
6.5.2. explore the product mix to be produced;
6.5.3. calculate the production volumes;
6.5.4. determine the required type and number of machines;
6.5.5. to plan the necessary space and number;
6.5.6. calculate the required quantity of raw materials;
6.5.7. determine the required number of workers;
6.5.8. calculate the required quantity of the instrument;
6.5.9. analyze production processes and assess alternative solutions;
6.6. the obligation to drive production and perform the following tasks: 6.6.1. define engineering technicians;
6.6.2. determine the workers ' obligations;
6.6.3. fix loading machines;
6.6.4. the development of shift schedule;
6.6.5. ensure productivity necessary conditions;
current page is 2.6.6. to organize training and further training;
6.6.7. the comparative analysis of the process;
6.6.8. to evaluate the technological process stability;
6.6.9. develop process management control card;
6.6.10. analyze measurement systems;
6.7. the obligation to provide production equipment and technical supervision of repair and perform the following tasks: 6.7.1. develop technical surveillance measures verbal plan;
6.7.2. the development of machines for the maintenance schedule;
6.7.3. develop verbal daily service schedule;
6.7.4. calculate the required grease and consumable assortment and quantity;
6.7.5. calculate the necessary spare parts assortment and quantity;
6.7.6. the supervision of safety production equipment and technical supervision regulations;
6.7.7. organize production machine repair;
6.8. the obligation to provide quality management and perform the following tasks: 6.8.1. develop quality control measures;
6.8.2. develop test card details;
6.8.3. choose measuring instruments;
6.8.4. calculating the required number of instruments;
6.8.5. develop the instrument use and storage;
6.8.6. ensure instrument checks for metrological certification of conformity;
6.8.7. to assess existing quality system;
6.8.8. analyze the reasons equipment failure;
6.8.9. perspective plan of the production quality;
6.9. the obligation to provide a staff of professional health and safety at work and perform the following tasks: 6.9.1. to develop safety measures;
6.9.2. to develop safety rules;
6.9.3. instructing staff. safety issues;
6.9.4. to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the work;
6.9.5. to analyse the safety violations;
6.9.6. to analyse the safety of production units;
6.9.7. develop fire safety regulations;
6.9.8.. analyze risk factors;
6.10. the obligation to ensure the protection of the environment and perform the following tasks: 6.10.1. to develop environmental protection plan;
6.10.2. monitor the implementation of the provisions of the protection of the environment;
6.10.3. organize environmental protection measures;
6.10.4. develop production residue disposal technologies;
6.10.5. to acquaint staff with environmental problems across the enterprise;
6.10.6. assessing the environmental and safety requirements of compatibility;
6.11. the obligation to assess the economic production process and perform the following tasks: 6.11.1. to evaluate product demand;
6.11.2. to calculate the potential volume of production;
6.11.3. assess the competitiveness of the product on the market;
6.11.4. to evaluate the material, human, financial and information resources;
6.11.5. predict profit opportunities;
6.11.6. Analyze costs;
6.11.7. analyze risk factors. IV. Working Environment representative factors 7. organisational factors that characterize the work environment-work is performed in a team, in cooperation with colleagues. V. specific requirements tasks 8. Mechanical Engineer requires a good psychological and theoretical training, you must comply with the safety requirements and monitors their execution. Vi. Mechanical Engineer skills 9. Mechanical Engineer you will need the following skills: the joint industry 9.1. project technical documentation development process management;
9.2. the machinery, mechanisms, and components of the node strength calculation.
9.3. Design and calculation using computer programs;
9.4. the constructor work skills;
9.5. mechanical engineering technologist job skills;
9.6. metalworking process management and the ability to manage production;
9.7. quality management system the use of the opinion;
9.8. the creation of new products and improving existing products process control;
9.9. statistical methods using process control;
9.10. advanced creativity theory and methods of use in design;
9.11. the ability to make the production process and the product of economic analysis. 10. Mechanical Engineer you will need the following specific skills in the profession: 10.1 preparation of technological documentation;
10.2. the equipment, construction and facility design;
10.3. the machinery, mechanisms and devices designing;
10.4. manufacturing of components technology development;
10.5. car service development;
10.6. the product, design and technology development;
10.7. control technology development;
10.8. repair technologies. 11. Mechanical Engineer you will need the following general skills: the ability to address a problem situation, 11.1;
11.2. communication ability with colleagues and customers;
11.3. the ability to take creative work;
11.4. can arrange subordinates to work;
11.5. the ability to obtain and use information rationally;
11.6. the willingness to improve professionally and intellectually;
7.3. the ability to take responsibility. VII. Exploitable knowledge 12. Mechanical Engineer acquire such knowledge the idea level: 12.1. inženierpsiholoģij;
12.2. strengthen management;
12.3. the practical philosophy. 13. Mechanical Engineer acquire such knowledge awareness level: 13.1 the economy;
13.2. the ecology and environmental protection;
13.3. the business;
13.4. the emergency organization and ergonomics. 14. Mechanical Engineer acquire such knowledge level of use: 14.1. two foreign languages (spoken in professional terminology);
14.2. intellectual property rights and patents;
14.3. mathematics;
14.4. the basics of computer science;
14.5. materiālmācīb;
14.6. chemistry;
14.7. physics;
14.8. inženiergrafik;
9.3. the calculation and design of programs;
14.10. thermodynamics;
14.11. electrical engineering and electronics;

14.12. the structure and composite materials technology;
14.13. theoretical mechanics;
14.14. resistance of materials;
14.15. machine elements;
14.16. machine dynamics and fluctuations of technical systems;
hydraulics and Pneumatics 14.17.;
14.18. measuring technology;
14.19. tolerance and standardisation;
14.20. quality management;
14.21. metalworking machines;
14.22. machine drive and management;
14.23. machine design and modeling;
14.24. mechanical engineering technology;
14.25. machinery;
14.26. agricultural machines. Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science Rivž of B.