Manage team pit lane/service area operations

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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Develop pit lane/service area management plan

1.1. Occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements, including regulatory requirements and personal protection needs, are observed throughout the work

1.2. Controlling body rules, category rules and supplementary regulations requirements are checked and implemented

1.3. Required tooling and equipment are identified and checklists developed

1.4. Competition vehicle on-track support strategies are devised and documented

1.5. Team member responsibilities are determined and communicated

1.6. Task timings are determined, documented and communicated

1.7. Communication strategy is developed and team members briefed

1.8. Team work area and equipment security procedures are developed and team members briefed

1.9. Contingency plan is developed and documented

2. Inspect pit lane/service area operation readiness

2.1. Pit lane/service area layout is devised and implemented

2.2. Equipment and tool checks for operation, positioning and compliance with team specifications, controlling body rules, category rules, supplementary regulations and OHS requirements are supervised

2.3. Correct positioning of competition vehicle stop and service markings are checked

3. Supervise technical/service crew

3.1. Team members are briefed on their responsibilities, task timings, category rule and supplementary regulations requirements, OHS and environmental legislative requirements and security procedures prior to an event

3.2. Responsibilities and tasks are reviewed with team members at an event site

3.3. Communications equipment is allocated and communication strategy is reviewed with team members

3.4. Pit lane/service area operations are supervised and work is controlled as required

3.5. Safe working environment and practices are monitored and corrected as required

3.6. Emergency repairs on competition vehicle are supervised and decision on re-entering event given

3.7. Checks with team members are made regularly during an event

4. Coordinate competition vehicle on-track support

4.1. Technical advice is provided to driver/rider during competition and additional information is sought should clarification be required

4.2. Competition related information and strategy is communicated to the driver/rider and team members during competition

4.3. Records of race and team performance are maintained

4.4. Liaison with event officials is conducted

5. Supervise post-event operations

5.1. Team members are supervised to ensure post-event impoundment procedures are followed as per controlling body rules, category rules or supplementary regulations

5.2. Dismantling of pit lane/service area is supervised

5.3. Clean-up of work area is supervised

5.4. Disposal of waste material is supervised to ensure compliance with local requirements, environmental and OHS regulations

5.5. Team/event documentation is completed


Qualifications and Skillsets

AURM542738A appears in the following qualifications:

  • AUR40305 - Certificate IV in Motorsport
  • AUR50105 - Diploma of Automotive Management
  • AUR50305 - Diploma of Motorsport
  • AUR40405 - Certificate IV in Automotive Performance Enhancement
  • AUR40105 - Certificate IV in Automotive Management