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Keys and Locks: Bench Work - 4000 req. hrs
Identifying and understanding components and functions of various lock types, including but not limited to: deadbolts, knob locks, lever handle locks, cam locks, mortise locks, interchangeable core cylinders, furniture locks.
Fabricating keys using tools such as: manual key cutters, automatic key cutters, and grinders. Using appropriate key blanks.
Using hand tools to assemble and disassemble locks.
Learning and utilizing key control software (e.g., BEST Access Systems) for re-keying and lock-changing work.
Setting pins in lock cores.
Inventorying keys. Labeling and assigning masters and sub- masters (and any additional key progression if applicable). Collecting, storing, and reassigning keys for use.
Managing and completing work orders.
Fitting keys to locks to ensure quality control.
Keys, Locks, Closures, Doors, and Keyless Entry Systems - 3500 req. hrs
Re-installing, maintaining, and repairing various kinds of locks.
Repairing and maintaining components and functionality of keyless entry systems (if applicable), excluding software troubleshooting.
Reading blueprints, specs, and installation instructions.
Performing carpentry work pertinent to locksmithing.
Safety, Health, and Workplace Orientation - 44 req. hrs
Right-to-Know/Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Asbestos Awareness (see Attachment to Appendix B)
Proper Use of All Trade-Related Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
First Aid & CPR (minimum of 6.5 hours every 3 years)
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (minimum 3 hours)