Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior


^ Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior.
Descriptors:

6.3.1 Compare and contrast personal, professional and organizational ethics.

6.3.2 Demonstrate respect for the property of customers, other professions and coworkers.

6.3.3 Resolve issues relating to any Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior potential conflicts of interest between personal and organizational ethics.

6.3.4 Identify strategies for responding to the unethical actions of individuals and organizations.

6.3.5 Identify the ramifications of unethical actions.


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Competency 6.4: Perform duties according Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior to laws, regulations, contract provisions and policies.

Descriptors:

6.4.1 Describe legal responsibilities, limitations and implications of actions.

6.4.2 Comply with legal responsibilities specified by state practice act(s) and other pertinent legislation.

6.4.3 Compare Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior and contrast the roles of various regulatory agencies (e.g., content of laws and regulation of jurisdictions).

6.4.4 Identify the types of contracts and describe their roles in the manufacturing industry.

6.4.5 Illustrate how Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior work activities relate to health and safety issues.


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Competency 6.5: Comply with applicable government regulations Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior and codes.
Descriptors:

6.5.1 Identify governmental regulations and codes.

6.5.2 Describe mandated standards for workplace safety, harassment, labor and employment laws.

6.5.3 Identify personal and organizational ramifications for failure to comply with government laws and regulations.

6.5.4 Describe the Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior interrelationships between local and national codes.

6.5.5 Identify legal responsibilities specified by state practice act(s) and other pertinent legislation (e.g., substance abuses, harassment, discrimination).

6.5.6 Identify legal responsibilities specified by Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior state practice act(s), other pertinent legislation and regulatory agencies as it relates to union and/or non-union practices.

6.5.7 Apply regulations and codes according to guidelines.

6.5.8 Complete job inspections and adhere to all Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior regulations and codes.


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Competency 6.6: Explain employee and employer liability.

Descriptors:

6.6.1 Define liability and negligence.

6.6.2 Discuss protections Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior against liability.

6.6.3 Explain the role of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation in workplace injuries.

6.6.4 Discuss the concept of transferring risk.

6.6.5 Describe the “multi-employer” responsibility under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and identify Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior the types of citations.


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Unit 7: Safety

(Industry-Driven Authentic Assessment, See Appendix)


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Competency 7.1: Maintain general safety in accordance with government Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior regulations, health standards and company policy

Descriptors:

7.1.1 Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as appropriate (e.g., dust mask, hearing protection, respirators, eye protection).

7.1.2 Check and correct potential hazards (e.g., hair, jewelry, clothing).

7.1.3 Maintain personal Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior protective equipment (i.e., inspect, clean and replace).

7.1.4 Follow established procedures for the use of safety apparatus and equipment, including fall protection.

7.1.5 Conduct routine building safety inspections.

7.1.6 Check power sources for potential Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior hazards and confirm proper grounding.

7.1.7 Shut down power equipment in dangerous situations using disconnect switches and established lock-out/tag-out procedures.

7.1.8 Identify the location of emergency flush showers, eye wash Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior fountains, fire alarms and exits.

7.1.9 Maintain work areas in accordance with standards for cleanliness and safety.

7.1.10 Interpret personal safety rights according to the shop’s right-to-know plan.

7.1.11 Describe how to Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior operate fire extinguishers and identify classes of fires.

7.1.12 Inspect air and exhaust systems, including intake filters, fans, and other mechanical components.


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Competency 7.2: Evaluate the ergonomic factors associated with the manufacturing industry.

Descriptors:

      1. Define ergonomics.

7.2.2 Describe ergonomic factors in the workplace.

7.2.3 Identify work Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior associated with repetitive motion and with lifting or moving heavy objects.

7.2.4 Demonstrate appropriate body mechanics in lifting and moving heavy objects.

7.2.5 Describe the ergonomic importance of properly operating various types of tools and equipment Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior.


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Competency 7.3: Identify state, federal and local worker safety, health and environmental regulations.

Descriptors:

      1. Examine the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

      2. Examine the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) regulations.

      3. Explain workers Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior’ compensation cost as it relates to manufacturing.

      4. Describe the purpose of National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).

      5. Process safety documentation.

      6. Discuss applicable international regulations that impact manufacturing operations.

      7. Discuss the Competency 6.3: Assess the implications of ethical and unethical behavior Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.

      8. Describe the industry-specific governmental regulatory agencies.

      9. Interpret personal safety rights, according to employees’ right-to-know plans.


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^ Competency 7.4: Demonstrate practices that contribute to an accident-free environment.

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