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CODE: 712.684-010Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): ASSEMBLER, SURGICAL GARMENT (protective dev.)

Performs any combination of following tasks to assemble surgical garments and personal safety devices, such as colostomy pouches, trusses, belts, cervical collars, hosiery, and back, knee, wrist, elbow, and ankle braces: Reads work order to determine number and type of parts required to assemble garment. Measures and cuts required pieces, using ruler, templates, knife, and electric or hand shears. Punches holes in material, using punch press or hand punch. Attaches fasteners, such as eyelets or snaps, using rivet, snap-fastening, or eyelet machine. Grinds and polishes parts, using grinding wheel. Bends metal stays (springs) to specified curvature, using bending machine. Applies latex coating to parts or specified areas of parts, using coating machine. Fits and fastens parts together, such as straps, buckles, pads, belts, and stays to assemble garment, using handtools, gluing equipment, and machines, such as punch press, riveting machine, heat-sealing machine, and sewing machine. Weaves elastic thread into outer edges of garments, such as knee, wrist, and elbow braces, to increase elasticity. Places completed garments in boxes or plastic bags for packaging. May be designated according to type garment assembled or material worked with as Elastic Assembler (protective dev.); Latexer (protective dev.) II; Leather Worker (protective dev.); Spring Bender (protective dev.); Truss Assembler (protective dev.).
GOE: 06.02.23 STRENGTH: L GED: R2 M2 L2 SVP: 3 DLU: 78
ONET CROSSWALK: 93956 Assemblers and Fabricators- Except Machine, Electrical, Electronic, and Precision

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CODE: 712.684-010 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): ASSEMBLER, SURGICAL GARMENT (protective dev.)

Performs any combination of following tasks to assemble surgical garments and personal safety devices, such as colostomy pouches, trusses, belts, cervical collars, hosiery, and back, knee, wrist, elbow, and ankle braces: Reads work order to determine number and type of parts required to assemble garment. Measures and cuts required pieces, using ruler, templates, knife, and electric or hand shears. Punches holes in material, using punch press or hand punch. Attaches fasteners, such as eyelets or snaps, using rivet, snap-fastening, or eyelet machine. Grinds and polishes parts, using grinding wheel. Bends metal stays (springs) to specified curvature, using bending machine. Applies latex coating to parts or specified areas of parts, using coating machine. Fits and fastens parts together, such as straps, buckles, pads, belts, and stays to assemble garment, using handtools, gluing equipment, and machines, such as punch press, riveting machine, heat-sealing machine, and sewing machine. Weaves elastic thread into outer edges of garments, such as knee, wrist, and elbow braces, to increase elasticity. Places completed garments in boxes or plastic bags for packaging. May be designated according to type garment assembled or material worked with as Elastic Assembler (protective dev.); Latexer (protective dev.) II; Leather Worker (protective dev.); Spring Bender (protective dev.); Truss Assembler (protective dev.).
GOE: 06.02.23 STRENGTH: L GED: R2 M2 L2 SVP: 3 DLU: 78
ONET CROSSWALK: 93956 Assemblers and Fabricators- Except Machine, Electrical, Electronic, and Precision


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