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Third Period Package (31 Modules) Comments

Date: 6/3/2021 3:46:43 PM
Module: 020301bB
Version: 8.1
Page: 24 and 36
Comment: Page 24 – add note box – text in note box : “OHS Scaffold design requires single and double pole scaffolding systems to be anchored by one tie-in for each 3 metre vertical and horizontal interval if the scaffold is hoarded. (OHS Part 23, 324(1)(c))” Page 36 - revise answer to question 10 to match wording in new note box on page 24.
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/3/2021 3:46:57 PM
Module: 020301c
Version: 9.0
Page: 9
Comment: Last bullet above Figure 8 - change "brushed" to "bush"
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/3/2021 3:47:32 PM
Module: 020301g
Version: 6.1
Page: 2
Comment: Page 2 - last sentence above the note box - change "though" to "through"
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/3/2021 3:47:47 PM
Module: 020301hB
Version: 9.0
Page: 24
Comment: Page 24 - Note box - change "pints" to "points"
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/3/2021 3:47:19 PM
Module: 020302a
Version: 7.0
Page: 16, 47 and 50
Comment: Page 16 - Change "Matt" to "Mat" in all occurrences Page 47 and 50 - Change "Matt" to "Mat" in question 17 and in the answer to question 17
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/9/2021 2:33:13 PM
Module: 020303f
Version: 21
Page: 13
Comment: In the 3rd Period Module Commercial Fasteners and Anchors 023003f page 13, Figure 19 is supposed to be a drop-in anchor and its appears to be a lead anchor.
Status: Update in Progress

Date: 6/3/2021 3:47:59 PM
Module: 020304e
Version: 8.0
Page: 41 and 42
Comment: Page 41 – to clarify first 3 sections after the “Calculate the Volume of Excavation” heading: The area at the bottom of the excavation would be: Rectangular area minus the knockout area Rectangular area = 17.3 x 11.0 = 190.3 m2 Area of the knockout = 7.0 x 4.2 = 29.4 m2 190.3 – 29.4 = 160.9 m2 Page 42 – to clarify the math after the 2nd section from the top of the page replace with this: 250.9 – 29.4 = 221.5 m2
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/3/2021 3:48:27 PM
Module: 020304f
Version: 22
Page: 23
Comment: Soffit plywood calculations, about mid way down the page it talks about comparing triangles using Total Rise, unit rise, and unit run. Total rise : 1780, Unit Rise: 180, Unit run: 280. It references the rise at 190 on the example triangle. It should be 180. Minor error, but should be corrected.
Status: Implemented


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