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Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009

ONTARIO REGULATION 276/11

Scope of Practice — Trades in the Industrial Sector

Consolidation Period: From September 22, 2016 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 317/16.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

1.

Bearings mechanic

2.

Blacksmith

3.

Cabinet maker

4.

Composite structures technician

5.

Computer numerical control (CNC) programmer

6.

Die designer

7.

Draftsperson — mechanical

8.

Draftsperson — plastic mould design

9.

Draftsperson — tool and die design

10.

Electric motor system technician

11.

Electrical control (machine) builder

12.

Electrician (signal maintenance)

13.

Elevating devices mechanic

14.

Entertainment industry power technician

15.

Facilities mechanic

16.

Facilities technician

17.

Fitter — assembler (motor assembly)

18.

General machinist

19.

Hydraulic/pneumatic mechanic

20.

Industrial electrician

21.

Industrial mechanic millwright

22.

Instrumentation and control technician

23.

Light rail overhead contact systems lineperson

24.

Locksmith

25.

Machine tool builder and integrator

26.

Metal fabricator (fitter)

27.

Mould designer

28.

Mould maker

29.

Mould or die finisher

30.

Optics technician (lens and prism maker)

31.

Packaging machine mechanic

32.

Pattern maker

33.

Precision metal fabricator

34.

Pressure systems welder

35.

Process operator — food manufacturing

36.

Process operator — power

37.

Process operator — refinery, chemical and liquid processes

38.

Process operator — wood products

39.

Pump systems installer

40.

Railway car technician

41.

Relay and instrumentation technician

42.

Roll grinder/turner

43.

Saw filer/fitter

44.

Ski lift mechanic

45.

Surface blaster

46.

Surface mount assembler

47.

Thin film technician

48.

Tool and cutter grinder

49.

Tool and die maker

50.

Tool and gauge inspector

51.

Tool/tooling maker

52.

Tractor-trailer commercial driver

53.

Water well driller

54.

Welder

 

Bearings mechanic

1. The scope of practice for the trade of bearings mechanic includes the following:

1. Disassembling and cleaning bearings, seals and chocks.

2. Inspecting bearings, seals and chocks for wear and damage.

3. Repairing or replacing bearings, seals and chocks.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 1.

Blacksmith

2. The scope of practice for the trade of blacksmith includes the following:

1. Forging and repairing metal parts used in farm machinery and industrial and domestic equipment.

2. Making striking and cutting tools.

3. Making, sharpening or hardening drills, chisels and other tools.

4. Making custom work, including ornamental railings, gates, grilles, furniture and horse shoes.

5. Forge welding.

6. Hot riveting.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 2.

Cabinet maker

3. The scope of practice for the trade of cabinet maker includes constructing and repairing cabinets, furniture, architectural woodwork, architectural millwork products and premium windows, doors and stairs, for residential, commercial and industrial uses.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 3.

Composite structures technician

4. The scope of practice for the trade of composite structures technician includes the following:

1. Inspecting, evaluating damage, repairing and replacing damaged aircraft components according to approved engineering data and process requirements.

2. Using hand and power tools, specialized equipment and materials.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 4.

Computer numerical control (CNC) programmer

5. The scope of practice for the trade of computer numerical control (CNC) programmer includes creating programs for computer numerical control, direct numerical control and numerical control controlled machines by doing the following:

1. Planning and sequencing the metal removal process.

2. Defining areas and components to be machined.

3. Creating information from a piece part or drawings.

4. Creating tool paths.

5. Posting processing tool path information.

6. Organizing completed programs.

7. Implementing computer numerical control machining processes.

8. Performing program editing.

9. Archiving and maintaining files.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 5.

Die designer

6. The scope of practice for the trade of die designer includes designing all cutting and forming dies by doing the following:

1. Reading and interpreting a piece part drawing.

2. Conveying information to computer aided design programs or systems.

3. Determining the type of die.

4. Designing a layout of sequence of operations.

5. Creating a tooling design.

6. Dimensioning the die design.

7. Finalizing the die drawing or design.

8. Implementing construction of the die.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 6.

Draftsperson — mechanical

7. The scope of practice for the trade of draftsperson — mechanical includes the following:

1. Developing and preparing engineering designs and drawings.

2. Operating computer aided design and graphic drafting stations.

3. Developing and preparing drawings of industrial machines, engines, tools and mechanical equipment.

4. Developing and preparing design sketches.

5. Completing documentation packages and producing drawing sets.

6. Checking and verifying design drawings to conform to specifications and design data.

7. Writing technical reports.

8. Checking prepared contracts and tender documents.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 7.

Draftsperson — plastic mould design

8. The scope of practice for the trade of draftsperson — plastic mould design includes the following:

1. Developing and preparing engineering designs and drawings.

2. Operating computer aided designs and graphic drafting stations.

3. Developing and preparing design sketches.

4. Completing documentation packages and producing drawing sets.

5. Checking and verifying design drawings.

6. Writing technical reports.

7. Checking prepared contracts and tender documents.

8. Designing and producing simple to complex templates and patterns.

9. Designing mechanical equipment for mould manufacturing.

10. Designing plastic moulds and tooling for mould-making and modifications.

11. Designing component parts and attachments.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 8.

Draftsperson — tool and die design

9. The scope of practice for the trade of draftsperson — tool and die design includes the following:

1. Developing and preparing engineering designs and drawings.

2. Operating computer aided design and drafting stations.

3. Developing and preparing design sketches.

4. Completing documentation packages and producing drawing sets.

5. Checking and verifying design drawings.

6. Writing technical reports.

7. Checking prepared contracts and tender documents.

8. Designing and producing simple to complex templates and patterns.

9. Designing mechanical equipment for tool and die manufacturing.

10. Designing tools for tooling, dies and modifications.

11. Designing component parts and attachments.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 9.

Electric motor system technician

10. The scope of practice for the trade of electric motor system technician includes disassembling, diagnosing, rewinding, repairing, testing and reassembling components of electric motors, transformers, switchgears and generators.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 10.

Electrical control (machine) builder

11. (1) The scope of practice for the trade of electrical control (machine) builder includes the following:

1. Fabricating and installing brackets, hangers and other equipment for the support of electrical devices such as control panels, limit switches, solenoids, push buttons and pilot light stations and installing these electrical devices.

2. Installing various types of electrical conductor enclosures, for example conduit, that connect panels and other machine-related electrical devices.

3. Preparing and installing electrical conductors, installing connections by mechanical means and reinsulating and protecting conductor connections.

4. Identifying installed electrical devices with appropriate input and output device identifications numbers and using appropriate tags or labels, including lamicoid or metal tags.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 11 (1).

(2) The work that falls within the scope of practice for the trade of electrical control (machine) builder is limited to work performed on the electrical portion of machine tool building.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 11 (2).

Electrician (signal maintenance)

12. The scope of practice for the trade of electrician (signal maintenance) includes repairing and operating mechanical, electrical, electronic and computerized signal and train control equipment of transit systems.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 12.

Elevating devices mechanic

13. The scope of practice for the trade of elevating devices mechanic includes constructing, installing, altering, repairing, servicing and maintaining or testing elevating devices.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 13.

Entertainment industry power technician

14. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the scope of practice for the trade of entertainment industry power technician includes work in film, television, live performance, trade shows, special event productions and carnivals by doing the following:

1. Evaluating job requirements.

2. Planning, building, installing, maintaining and disassembling power distribution systems, including both main and subdistribution systems.

3. Designing and installing temporary distribution systems.

4. Installing, controlling and disassembling lighting.

5. Managing portable power supplies including maintenance of batteries.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 14 (1).

(2) The work that falls within the scope of practice for the trade of entertainment industry power technician is limited to work performed on installations up to, but not including, hardwire connection to the power system of permanent buildings.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 14 (2).

Facilities mechanic

15. The scope of practice for the trade of facilities mechanic includes the following:

1. Inspecting fire safety equipment.

2. Inspecting, performing routine maintenance on and troubleshooting heating and ventilation systems.

3. Inspecting and performing routine maintenance on domestic appliances, laundry systems and air conditioning systems.

4. Inspecting and performing routine maintenance on low voltage electrical and plumbing systems.

5. Inspecting, performing routine maintenance on and troubleshooting the building envelope and roofing.

6. Performing grounds maintenance.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 15.

Facilities technician

16. The scope of practice for the trade of facilities technician includes the following:

1. Performing preventive maintenance.

2. Operating, monitoring and performing routine maintenance on air conditioning and ventilation systems.

3. Operating, troubleshooting and performing routine maintenance on air compressors.

4. Operating, troubleshooting and performing routine maintenance on chillers and refrigeration systems.

5. Operating, monitoring and performing routine maintenance on water treatment systems.

6. Inspecting and verifying fire suppression and sprinkler systems.

7. Inspecting, testing and verifying emergency power and lighting systems.

8. Operating, monitoring and performing routine maintenance on heating systems.

9. Operating, troubleshooting and performing routine maintenance on pumps and pumping systems.

10. Operating, monitoring and performing routine maintenance on low pressure boilers.

11. Operating electrical systems.

12. Performing routine maintenance on fume hoods.

13. Operating and performing routine maintenance on control systems and instrumentation.

14. Inspecting and monitoring plumbing systems.

15. Monitoring and analyzing utility consumption.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 16.

Fitter — assembler (motor assembly)

17. The scope of practice for the trade of fitter — assembler (motor assembly) includes preparing, assembling, maintaining, installing, adjusting, setting up, aligning and modifying large and small motors, generators and dynamometers by doing the following:

1. Reading and interpreting drawings, work orders and job specifications.

2. Assembling and installing motors, generators and dynamometers that are alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) power.

3. Assembling and fitting babbitt friction bearings, as well as an array of antifriction bearings and bearing components.

4. Assembling and wiring high and low voltage electronic components, bases, stators and rotors.

5. Fitting and assembling rotors, making connections, assembling components and balancing rotating assemblies.

6. Making set-ups to test motors and generators.

7. Dismantling, cleaning, inspecting, modifying, rebuilding, adjusting and maintaining components.

8. Setting up and operating assembled components for testing.

9. Identifying mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic problems.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 17.

General machinist

18. The scope of practice for the trade of general machinist includes the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings and work process documentation.

2. Cutting, shaping and finishing metal to make precision machine parts.

3. Building precision parts using metal cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes and mills.

4. Performing work-in-process measuring and checking using specialized and precision tools and equipment.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 18.

Hydraulic/pneumatic mechanic

19. The scope of practice for the trade of hydraulic/pneumatic mechanic includes the following:

1. Installing, maintaining, repairing, rebuilding and modifying existing hydraulic, pneumatic or fluid systems, controls, and components.

2. Checking and verifying design drawings to ensure conformity to specification and design data.

3. Developing and preparing sketches.

4. Writing technical reports.

5. Examining drawings for errors.

6. Maintaining records of repairs completed.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 19.

Industrial electrician

20. The scope of practice for the trade of industrial electrician includes installing, maintaining, testing, troubleshooting and repairing industrial electrical equipment, and associated electrical and electronic controls, and hydraulic and pneumatic equipment in industrial, manufacturing and power plants.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 20.

Industrial mechanic millwright

21. The scope of practice for the trade of industrial mechanic millwright includes installing, troubleshooting, maintaining and repairing industrial mechanical machinery and equipment.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 21.

Instrumentation and control technician

22. The scope of practice for the trade of instrumentation and control technician includes installing, calibrating, configuring, maintaining, servicing, testing, troubleshooting, analyzing and upgrading measuring and control devices and systems, which equip process industries, by doing the following:

1. Working with instruments such as transmitters, sensors, detectors, signal conditioners, recorders, controllers and final control elements, including various types of auto valves and variable frequency drives.

2. Practising within all areas of industry to measure, record, research, analyze and control product output, as well as monitoring and controlling emissions to protect the environment.

3. Installing, calibrating, maintaining, servicing and troubleshooting, analyzing and upgrading measuring and control devices and systems, including the areas of distributed control systems, programmable logic controllers, supervisory control and data acquisition systems and other high-tech systems.

4. Servicing analytical instrumentation such as gas chromatography and gas detection and monitoring and analyzing instruments.

5. Servicing microprocessing instruments, including fieldbus systems and wireless communications.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 22.

Light rail overhead contact systems lineperson

23. The scope of practice for the trade of light rail overhead contact systems linesperson includes the following for a transit system:

1. Building and maintaining aerial feeder systems.

2. Building and maintaining contact conductor systems.

3. Building and maintaining electrical track switch systems.

4. Maintaining lighting systems.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 23.

Locksmith

24. The scope of practice for the trade of locksmith includes the following:

1. Repairing, installing and adjusting locks.

2. Repairing, installing and adjusting related door and frame hardware.

3. Making keys.

4. Changing lock combinations.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 24.

Machine tool builder and integrator

25. The scope of practice for the trade of machine tool builder and integrator includes the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings, schematics, bills of materials and machine-tool build assembly documentation.

2. Building precision in-process tooling, machine-tool parts and components using conventional and numerically controlled metal cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes and mills.

3. Designing, devising and detailing assembly plans for the machine tool building and integrating process.

4. Building, assembling and integrating pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical components, power transmission systems, conveyor systems and feeder systems.

5. Assembling and integrating subassemblies into the main assembly of stand-alone machine tools and multistation automated machine tool systems.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 25.

Metal fabricator (fitter)

26. The scope of practice for the trade of metal fabricator (fitter) includes the following:

1. Using and maintaining metal trade tools, material handling equipment and welding equipment.

2. Using drawings, specifications and codes.

3. Developing a sequence of metal component assemblies.

4. Developing templates and laying out patterns.

5. Preparing fabrication and detailing materials.

6. Assembling metal subcomponents and components.

7. Welding components.

8. Preparing assemblies for shipping and installing on site.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 26.

Mould designer

27. The scope of practice for the trade of mould designer includes designing all types of moulds by doing the following:

1. Reading and interpreting a piece part drawing.

2. Analyzing piece parts for mouldability and manufacturability.

3. Conveying information to computer aided design programs or systems.

4. Determining the type of mould.

5. Designing layout of mould components or parts.

6. Designing sequencing of multi plate openings.

7. Creating a mould or tooling design.

8. Detailing and dimensioning the mould or tooling design.

9. Finalizing the mould drawing or design.

10. Implementing construction of the mould.

11. Archiving and maintaining files.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 27.

Mould maker

28. The scope of practice for the trade of mould maker includes the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings and work process documentation.

2. Designing, making and repairing moulds and models used to mass produce plastic or metal components or products.

3. Building precision mould components using metal cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes, mills and electrical discharge machines.

4. Performing work-in-process measuring and checking, using specialized and precision tools and equipment.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 28.

Mould or die finisher

29. The scope of practice for the trade of mould or die finisher includes utilizing a variety of power and hand tools to shape, smooth, finish and polish moulds and metal working dies.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 29.

Optics technician (lens and prism maker)

30. The scope of practice for the trade of optics technician (lens and prism maker) includes the following:

1. Producing precision spherical and plane optics to specifications.

2. Correcting lens or prisms surfaces to optimum quality.

3. Checking with interferometer and spectrometer.

4. Inspecting, cementing and aligning optical components to optical axes.

5. Coating optics with antireflecting or high reflecting coats.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 30.

Packaging machine mechanic

31. The scope of practice for the trade of packaging machine mechanic includes the following:

1. Repairing, adjusting, maintaining and monitoring machines and equipment that package products.

2. Setting up packaging line to accommodate various products, package dimensions and production volumes.

3. Adjusting guides, belts, conveyor speeds and drive and transfer mechanisms to required tolerances.

4. Initiating start up.

5. Observing line in operation.

6. Identifying trouble areas.

7. Advising maintenance management of recurring problems.

8. Referring complex electrical and mechanical repairs to certified personnel.

9. Cleaning and lubricating machine components to ensure fluid operation.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 31.

Pattern maker

32. The scope of practice for the trade of pattern maker includes the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings, pattern drawings and work process documentation.

2. Designing and creating foundry patterns and core boxes from metal, wood, plastic and polystyrene for parts and components cast from metal.

3. Building precision pattern tooling using wood and metal cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes, mills and electrical discharge machines.

4. Performing work-in-process measuring and checking using specialized and precision tools and equipment.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 32.

Precision metal fabricator

33. The scope of practice for the trade of precision metal fabricator includes fabricating metal products greater than 10 U.S. gauge to close tolerances for custom and production sheet metal products such as electronic enclosures, cabinets and panels, computer housing consoles, panels and related metal components for,

(a) computers;

(b) aircraft and aerospace products;

(c) hospital and restaurant equipment;

(d) metal partitions, doors and frames; and

(e) equipment racks.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 33.

Pressure systems welder

34. The scope of practice for the trade of pressure systems welder includes welding metal plates, shells, tubes, drums and structures to assemble and repair boilers and pressure systems to meet pressure test standards by doing the following:

1. Applying American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ standards to welds.

2. Using weld procedure specification.

3. Applying welder performance qualifications.

4. Selecting pressure welding components.

5. Selecting pressure welding procedure.

6. Cutting and preparing pipes, tubes, tanks or vessels.

7. Completing assembly of pipes, tubes, tanks or vessels.

8. Welding pressure systems with shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding and flux cored arc welding processes.

9. Brazing metal on pressure systems.

10. Repairing defective welds.

11. Performing specialized techniques.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 34.

Process operator — food manufacturing

35. The scope of practice for the trade of process operator — food manufacturing includes operating, monitoring, adjusting and maintaining food processing units and equipment by doing the following:

1. Employing job information resources.

2. Transporting and storing process materials.

3. Maintaining process equipment and components.

4. Preparing raw materials and ingredients.

5. Controlling process operations.

6. Operating a central control room.

7. Carrying out process control procedures.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 35.

Process operator — power

36. The scope of practice for the trade of process operator — power includes operating, monitoring, adjusting and maintaining processing systems and equipment by doing the following:

1. Performing operator and outside operator duties and satellite control room operations.

2. Operating electronic or computerized control panels.

3. Controlling process start up and shut down and performing troubleshooting duties.

4. Monitoring outside process equipment.

5. Adjusting equipment, valves, pumps and controls, and process equipment.

6. Completing required maintenance documentation.

7. Preparing process units or production equipment for maintenance.

8. Sampling, testing and preparing reports on process operations.

9. Participating in safety audits and programs and providing emergency response.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 36.

Process operator — refinery, chemical and liquid processes

37. The scope of practice for the trade of process operator — refinery, chemical and liquid processes includes processing, operating, monitoring, adjusting and maintaining processing systems and equipment by doing the following:

1. Performing operator duties, outside operator duties and control room operations.

2. Operating electronic or computerized control panels.

3. Controlling process start up and shut down and performing troubleshooting duties.

4. Monitoring outside process equipment.

5. Adjusting equipment, valves, pumps and controls and process equipment.

6. Completing required maintenance documentation.

7. Preparing process units or production equipment for maintenance.

8. Sampling, testing and preparing reports on process operations.

9. Participating in safety audits and programs and providing emergency response.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 37.

Process operator — wood products

38. The scope of practice for the trade of process operator – wood products includes operating, monitoring, adjusting and maintaining wood processing systems and equipment by doing the following:

1. Employing job information resources.

2. Using measuring, testing and assessment equipment.

3. Operating a central control room.

4. Controlling process operations.

5. Monitoring process equipment.

6. Controlling process materials.

7. Maintaining process equipment and components.

8. Maintaining vessels.

9. Controlling chemical composition.

10. Preparing for scheduled preventative maintenance.

11. Carrying out product quality and statistical process control.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 38.

Pump systems installer

39. (1) The scope of practice for the trade of pump systems installer includes installing, servicing and repairing various types of pump systems, including piston, centrifugal, deep and shallow well yet, submersible and vertical turbine pumps found on the surface and in wells.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 39 (1).

(2) The work that falls within the scope of practice for the trade of pump systems installer is limited to work performed from the water source such as a well, lake or cistern to the outside wall of a building or structure.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 39 (2).

Railway car technician

40. The scope of practice for the trade of railway car technician includes inspecting, repairing, replacing and reconditioning mechanical or structural components and systems of freight cars and passenger coaches.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 40.

Relay and instrumentation technician

41. The scope of practice for the trade of relay and instrumentation technician includes repairing, overhauling and calibrating vital signal control relays within a transit environment by doing the following:

1. Diagnosing and repairing data acquisition and code systems.

2. Diagnosing and repairing devices and computers.

3. Testing vital signal control relays.

4. Diagnosing and repairing power systems.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 41.

Roll grinder/turner

42. The scope of practice for the trade of roll grinder/turner includes the following:

1. Selecting, setting up and operating grinder/turner equipment.

2. Grinding and turning cast steel, iron, high chrome, tool steel and forged rolls.

3. Texturing work rolls.

4. Calibrating equipment.

5. Inspecting and measuring rolls.

6. Maintaining and working in a safe environment.

7. Performing rigging and hoisting.

8. Performing a variety of other duties including, scheduling, basic machine maintenance and preparing and shipping rolls.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 42.

Saw filer/fitter

43. The scope of practice for the trade of saw filer/fitter includes the following:

1. Maintaining wood sawing machines in lumber or paper mills.

2. Filing grooved, contoured and irregular surfaces of knives, saw blades and metal objects.

3. Repairing, setting and sharpening bandsaws, chainsaws, handsaws, circular saws and other types of saw blades.

4. Troubleshooting sawing machinery and analyzing faults for corrective or repair action.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 43.

Ski lift mechanic

44. The scope of practice for the trade of ski lift mechanic includes servicing, maintaining, altering, installing and constructing any type of passenger ropeway.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 44.

Surface blaster

45. The scope of practice for the trade of surface blaster includes assessing the pre-blast area and site, controlling the blast area, designing and implementing the blast, loading blast holes, hooking up and initiating shot and assessing blast results.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 45.

Surface mount assembler

46. The scope of practice for the trade of surface mount assembler includes soldering, bonding or assembling various electronic components such as transistors, diodes, capacitors, integrated circuits, wires or other electronic parts by doing the following:

1. Identifying and ensuring proper labelling and handling of hazardous materials and storing or disposing of same.

2. Using computer skills to enter and access data, load and download data, and edit and manipulate data.

3. Maintaining a clean and safe work station.

4. Gathering and interpreting data, including charts, graphs and technical information.

5. Confirming and checking production schedule documentation.

6. Confirming standard operating procedures.

7. Ensuring optimum production conditions.

8. Ensuring availability of equipment tools and supplies.

9. Confirming process parameters set-up.

10. Confirming standard operating procedures to ensure required process set-up.

11. Setting up materials, equipment and tooling, hardware, fixtures and equipment.

12. Performing standard verification runs to confirm standard operating procedures.

13. Loading product following standard operating procedures.

14. Monitoring process and taking appropriate action.

15. Troubleshooting malfunctioning equipment and off-standard product, process and materials.

16. Ensuring process.

17. Resuming process operations.

18. Inspecting and testing product.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 46.

Thin film technician

47. The scope of practice for the trade of thin film technician includes the following:

1. Sperhical precision optics.

2. Syncro-speed precision optics.

3. Plano precision optics.

4. Thin film operation.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 47.

Tool and cutter grinder

48. The scope of practice for the trade of tool and cutter grinder includes setting up and operating grinder machines such as surface, cylindrical, pedestal and tool or cutter grinders to shape or sharpen precision cutting tools and cutters.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 48.

Tool and die maker

49. The scope of practice for the trade of tool and die maker includes the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings, die and tooling drawings and work-process documentation.

2. Designing, making, changing and repairing dies, forms, cutting tools, gauges, jigs and fixtures in the manufacturing sector.

3. Building precision dies, tooling and prototypes using metal cutting machines and equipment, including saws, drills, grinders, lathes, mills and electrical discharge machines.

4. Performing work-in-process measuring and checking using specialized and precision dies, tools and equipment.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 49.

Tool and gauge inspector

50. The scope of practice for the trade of tool and gauge inspector includes inspecting, testing and adjusting new and reworked tools, dies, gauges, jigs and fixtures.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 50.

Tool/tooling maker

51. The scope of practice for the trade of tool/tooling maker includes doing the following:

1. Reading and interpreting complex engineering drawings, bills of material, component and part prints, assembly drawings, tool and part drawings and work documentation.

2. Using conventional and numerically controlled metal cutting machines and specialized equipment.

3. Designing, building and assembling tools, jigs, fixtures, specialized equipment, instruments, models and prototypes.

4. Assembling and fitting tool and tooling components.

5. Final fitting and inspecting of tool sub-assemblies and components.

6. Final finishing and testing complex tools and tooling.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 51.

Tractor-trailer commercial driver

52. (1) The scope of practice for the occupation of tractor-trailer commercial driver includes operating a tractor-trailer used for commercial purposes by a licensed driver and managing the safe transportation of goods and materials by doing the following:

1. Planning trips.

2. Inspecting equipment.

3. Conducting routine vehicle checks.

4. Reporting problems.

5. Preparing documentation including bills of lading, border crossing security and custom forms.

6. Practicing defensive driving techniques.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 52 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a person is a licensed driver if the person holds a valid Ontario AZ licence in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 52 (2).

Water well driller

53. The scope of practice for the trade of water well driller includes operating a truck-mounted drilling rig and supporting equipment to drill water wells.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 53.

Welder

54. The scope of practice for the trade of welder includes the following:

1. Using and maintaining tools, material handling equipment and welding equipment.

2. Preparing the work site.

3. Laying out, cutting and forming metals to specification.

4. Fitting sub-assemblies and assemblies together and preparing assemblies for welding.

5. Welding using the shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux cored or metal cored arc welding, submerged arc welding  and plasma arc welding processes.

6. Carrying out special processes such as welding studs and brazing.

7. Controlling for quality before, during and after welding.  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 54.

55. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).  O. Reg. 276/11, s. 55.

 

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