||The carpenter’s trade comprisesthe following activities:
||To design, manufacture, erect, maintain, modernise and refurbish buildings and parts thereof; prefabricated buildings and parts thereof, particularly those made of timber, derived timber products and dry construction materials.
||To construct, manufacture, erect and maintain structural timber engineering works, to mount prefabricated sheet metal profiles for load-bearing and stiffening purposes.
||To design, manufacture, erect, maintain and refurbish stairs, stair elements and handrails, particularly those made of timber, derived timber products and dry construction materials, and in combination with steal.
||To carry out second fixing work, and in particular to finish interior surfaces including timber panelling, derived timber products and dry construction materials.
||To carry out acoustic engineering and dry construction work including the finishing of all functional panelling or ceilings, and in particular to manufacture timber substructures, metal profiles, components and fittings.
||To manufacture and assemble panelling, lathing and linings consisting of timber, derived timber products and dry construction materials on exterior surfaces including all functional layers.
||To put in place corrugated asbestos cement sheets, cement roofing slabs and shingles, to manufacture the necessary substructures, sheeting and lathing.
||To build in prefabricated dormer windows, skylights, roof hatches, domed rooflights and continuous glazing.
|| To carry out timber preservation measures, both prevention and pest control, and to carry out surface protection treatment.
||To execute civil and underground engineering work for harbour and weir facilities and hydraulic structures, to execute foundation and pile driving work, to lay pile grids and grating foundations.
||To manufacture and assemble soffit scaffolding and concrete shuttering.
||To manufacture and erect working and guard scaffolds as well as enclosures, protective fences, strutting and propping.
||To fabricate and process timber and structural timber components in stationary trimming lines.
|| The carpenter’s trade comprises the following knowledge and skills:
||Knowledge of statics in timber construction.
||Knowledge of statics in masonry, concrete and reinforced concrete construction as well as in steel construction.
||Knowledge of building physics in relation to the carpenter’s trade, particularly of vapour diffusion, condensation, stresses due to moisture and temperature, of ventilation and aeration in building components, and of atmospheric influences.
||Knowledge of building chemistry in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
||Knowledge about characteristic of timber and derived timber produkts (wood-based panels).
||Knowledge of thermal protection, protection against moisture, sound insulation and fire protection in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
|| Knowledge of the various
constructions and of manufacturing,
jointing, fixing and anchoring methods
used in timber construction, in
structural timber engineering, in the
construction of prefabricated buildings,
in second fixing, acoustic engineering,
dry construction and stair building.
|| Knowledge of the various
constructions in masonry, concrete and
reinforced concrete construction as well
as in steel construction.
||Knowledge of the various constructions for scaffolds and formworks.
||Knowledge of the various roofing methods in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
||Knowledge of calculation methods for trimming.
||Knowledge of measuring and quantity calculation.
|| Knowledge of work-flow planning
and of establishing and operating
workshops and building sites.
|| Knowledge of EDP application in
relation to the carpenter’s trade.
|| Knowledge of timber preservation
by suitable construction principles and
by chemical wood preservation.
|| Knowledge of tools, equipment
and machinery used in carpentry, and
how to use them.
||Knowledge of building materials, utilities and auxiliary materials.
||Knowledge of architecture and style as well as of the preservation of monuments in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
||Knowledge of health and safety regulations in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
||Knowledge of environmental protection regulations in relation to the carpenter’s trade, particularly of emission protection, waste prevention and disposal legislation, as well as of the regulations regarding the transport of hazardous materials.
||Knowledge of the Standard Procedures for Construction Work, of standards and planning and building regulations in relation to the carpenter’s trade.
||Knowledge of product liability and quality management.
||To prepare construction plans, working plans and detailed drawings, to read construction drawings and static calculations.
|| To prepare quantity calculations, bills of quantities and measurement and cost statements.
||To lay out constructions and develop the construction elements, particularly to set out roofs.
||To lay out stair constructions, to develop and elaborate stair elements.
||To process and machine building materials and auxiliary materials.
||To joint, fix, anchor, align and
assemble buildings and parts
||To build in walls, ceilings, floors, stairs, windows and doors.
||To build in linings and substructures.
||To build in materials for purposes
of thermal insulation and protection
against moisture, sound insulation,
sound attenuation and fire protection.
||To carry out chemical wood preservation measures, both prevention and pest control, and to carry out surface protection measures.
||To process and dispose of hazardous materials, particularly of building materials containing asbestos.
||To manufacture soffit scaffolding and concrete shuttering.
||To manufacture, erect and disassemble working and guard scaffolds, to manufacture and erect enclosures, protective fences, strutting and propping.
||To service and maintain the tools, equipment and machinery used in carpentry.