PACK, TRANSPORT, AND STORE AN ENG/EFP SYSTEM, SAFETY AND LIMITATIONS
Describe the proper way to pack, transport and store an ENG/EFP system;
describe the safety precautions necessary in operating an ENG/EFP system;
describe the limitations of the ENG/EFP system.
Given information and illustrations about terms
transporting, storage, safety, and limitations.
Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledge by correctly
responding to 80% of the multiple-choice test covering theory and
terminology of packing, transporting, storing, safety, and limitations.
Learning Event 1:
DESCRIBE HOW TO PACK AND TRANSPORT AN ENG/EFP SYSTEM
There are times when the ENG/EFP system must be transported for a long
distance. At these times, the operator must ensure that the equipment gets
to the event in good working order.
A camera and recorder shipping case
should be obtained for this purpose. The VR should be disconnected from the
camera cable and all batteries removed.
The camera should be broken down
only as far as needed to pack in the special case supplied for that camera.
Usually, the cases are designed with compartments and to hold the equipment
tight and in place. The cases are also designed to withstand dropping or