This standard covers the competences you need to manage munition clearance and search operations and programmes in accordance with approved procedures and practices.
You will be required to demonstrate that you can agree and develop communication arrangements and working practice if required, prioritizing, allocating and managing munition clearance resources to meet your objectives in accordance with approved procedures.
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 munition clearance managers and munition clearance supervisors who are managing individual tasks rather than operations and programmes.
P1 work safely at all times, complying with relevant health and safety, environmental and other regulations, legislation and guidelines
P2 establish accurately the role and likely nature of interest of the interested parties
P3 agree and develop communication arrangements and working practice if required in accordance with organizational procedures
P4 prioritize, allocate and manage munition clearance resources to meet your objectives in accordance with organizational procedures
P5 monitor the operation or programme effectively
P6 evaluate the implications of changes on your ability to deliver your objectives and adapt your plan to meet changing circumstances
P7 communicate progress and changes to the plan effectively to interested parties
P8 manage the sustainability of the operation or programme to meet your objectives within the agreed timescale
K1 the health, safety and environmental and other statutory legislation, regulations and safe working practices and procedures and their implications for your area of work
K2 the relevance of personal protective equipment (PPE)
K3 the actions to be taken in response to an unplanned event
K4 the possible contribution that interested parties could make and the different types of working relationship
K5 operational requirements and organizational procedures
K6 communication techniques
K7 your personal role and level of authority
K8 the requirements of the plan
K9 the importance of the sustainability of the operation or programme
Benign environments; hazardous environments
Interested parties who may further your objectives; parties who are unlikely to further your objectives; parties that are likely to prevent you from achieving your objectives
Meeting your objectives according to the plan; adapting the plan to meet changing circumstances
Resources: human; equipment; time