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Unit: Preparing for installation

Supporting: LMFKB2001A Prepare for cabinet installation

Section 1: Organising items

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Working at the client's jobsite isn't like being in your own workshop.

When you arrive on-site to do an installation, you're no longer in your own environment where everything you want is on hand and the work area is set out the way you like it.

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In this section, we'll cover the process of organising the tools and equipment you'll need for a particular job, and making sure that you've packed the right components and hardware items.

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We'll also look at the sorts of safety requirements you might encounter on a jobsite, including the PPE (personal protective equipment) and documentation you should carry with you.

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Completing this section

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The assignment for this section is designed to check your understanding of the main preparations you need to make at the workshop when you're getting ready to go out on-site. Have a look at the assignment now to see what you'll need to do to complete it.

Also in the menu bar are links to the lessons for this section:

  1. Tools and equipment

  2. Components and hardware

  3. Safety requirements.

These lessons will provide you with background information that will help you with the assignment.

The Just for fun exercise is a reminder of some of the cross-checks that need to be done before you make final arrangements to go out to the jobsite.

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