1.25 Build prototype(s) of selected explosive article design

Key Role
Research Design & Development

This standard comprises the following elements:

1. Prepare drawings for explosive article prototype(s).
2. Carry out assembly-related activities to build explosive article prototype(s).

This activity is likely to be undertaken by someone whose work role involves Weapons, Ordnance, Munitions or Explosives work activities. This includes people working as design managers, development managers and researchers, designers and developers.

Performance Criteria

1. Prepare drawings for complex explosive article prototype(s)
P1 work safely at all times, complying with health and safety, environmental and other relevant regulations, legislation and guidelines
P2 use up-to-date standards and technical requirements
P3 identify the features required for the drawings and material specifications
P4 identify the formats and conventions to be used
P5 deal with any problems associated with the technical information and its interpretation
P6 produce drawings, assembly procedures or sequences that are clear and concise
P7 use codes and other references that follow the required conventions
P8 obtain approval to drawings within agreed timescales by authorized people
P9 ensure that drawings are properly registered and stored securely
P10 maintain the requirements of confidentiality at all times

Knowledge and Understanding

1. Prepare drawings for complex explosive article prototype(s)
K1 the health, safety and environmental and other statutory legislation, regulations and safe working practices and procedures governing explosives and their implications for your area of work K2 the relevance of personal protective equipment (PPE)
K3 the nature, characteristics, hazards and risks of the explosive substances and/or articles
K4 the actions to be taken in response to an unplanned event
K5 the deadline for the work
K6 the structure, format, content and quality of designs, materials and conventions used for drawings
K7 types and sources of technical information required for drawings
K8 selection of data and features for inclusion in the technical information
K9 reporting lines and organizational procedures
K10 your own level of authority and that of others you work with
K11 the requirements of confidentiality

Scope and Range

1. Drawings: assembly of discrete parts; complex assembly of multi-part components
2. People: colleagues; your manager; quality control representative; design manager/authority
3. Type of components to be assembled: explosive; non-explosive
4. Resources: yourself; your team