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Mars Rover Designs

Product Specification & Design Package


Client: EMPACT

Product: Mars Land Rover


Mars Rover Designs

Dear EMPACT,

Re: Design & Construction of Mars Land Rover

We are very pleased to present to you our full design documentation package
for the Mars Land Rover. Our package includes the following documents listed
below.

Document Contents
Materials Cost
Design Specifications
Safety Procedure for
Construction
Tender Evaluation

Within our documents provided is all information that is required to


successfully complete the task listed in your client brief, Client Brief.pdf.
We vouch that all information provided within any and all documents listed in
our Design Package are of our own work and is not sourced from an external
IP. For any queries or concerns do not hesitate to contact a member of our
team.

Regards,

Alex Stephens (Construction Engineer)


Nathan Rowe (Construction Engineer)
Jordan Beamsley (Construction Contractor/Engineer)
Kheeshon Selvraja (Construction Contractor)
Yash Mittha (Construction Contractor

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Mars Rover Designs

Materials Cost
Client: EMPACT
Project: Mars Rover Design

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MATERIAL COSTING

ITEM MATERIAL ITEM DIMENSION QUANTITY PRICE TOTAL


NO. PER PRICE
UNIT
1. WOOD BASE OF 410mm*150mm*30mm 1 $1.85 $1.85
ROVER
110mm*150mm*30mm 1 $0.50 $0.50

155mm*30mm*30mm 2 $0.14 $0.28

140mm*150mm*30mm 1 $0.63 $0.63

WHEELS 100mm diameter 4 $0.15 $0.60


*30mm thick

DOW 140mm*10mm 1 $0.07


ROD $0.07

2. NUT TO 4 $0.08 $0.32


FIX AXLE
3. WASHER 8 $0.05 $0.40
4. SELF LENGTH- 50MM 10 $4.30
TAPPING WIDTH 5/10MM $0.43
SCREWS
LENGTH 20MM 10 $0.14 $1.40
WIDTH 5/10MM
5. LIQUID 200g $0.10 $2.00
NAILS
6. METAL 40mm*40mm*2mm 2 $1.00 $2.00
BRACKETS
TOTAL $14.35

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Design Specification
Client: EMPACT
Project: Mars Rover Design

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30

25
43
123 125

176
40

25
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110 200
30

410

M.R.D. Inc. Mars Rover Design- Side View 01

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Mars Rover Design Specifications

Drawing Number: 01
04 01
150

20
30

110
10

10

150
30

20

110
10

150

30
M.R.D Desgin Specifications (D1)

15

80
75
15

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Back Specifications.
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D2)

15

15
15

Diameter
15

5
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Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Width Specifications.
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D3)

88

40

65 100

205

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Side Specifications.
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D4)

25

5
4

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Wheel Specifications.
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D5)
Alxe Diameter

Threaded end
5

2.5

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Axle Specifications
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D6)

20
1.5 92
.5
6

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Side Specifications
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D7)

20

37.5

25

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2 Measurements in: mm
Front Specifications
M.R.D Desgin specifications (D8)

25
43

25
155
137
40

25
137

Designer: Alex Stephens Date: 19/03/2017


Scale 1:2
Angle Specifications
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.1)

10mm
10mm

15mm

410mm

Wood -
410x150x30 -
BASE
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.2)

10mm
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.3)
75mm

50mm

64mm
7.58 m
64mm

Wood -
250x150x30
Front
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.4)

75mm

114mm
40mm

Wood -
250x150x30
Front
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.5)

Hole for the bottle lid

65mm

25

25
65mm

Wood -
250x150x30
Front
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.6)

155mm

32mm
32mm

Wood -
155x30x30mm
Back
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.7)

123mm

32mm

43
43

32mm

Wood -
155x30x30mm
Back
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.8)

65mm
180mm

32mm
150mm

Wood -140x150
x30mm
Roof
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.9)

Front side
80mm Back side

25


43
65mm 32mm

Wood -177x150
x30mm
Roof
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.10)

50mm

100mm

Wood -100mm
Diameter x 30mm
Wheels
M.R.D Manufacturing Process (Fig.11)

10mm

Wood -100mm
Diameter x 30mm
Wheels
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Manufacturing Process
Client: EMPACT
Project: Mars Rover Design

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Introduction
Listed below is the step by step instructions for the construction of the Mars Land Rover.
The following steps must be executed in the order they are presented to successfully
construct the Mars Land Rover. Any queries or issues that you may have with the
completion of a step, should be expressed to one of M.R.D. staff members.

Assembly/Manufacturing Process
1. Take the 410x150x30mm BASE and mark out with a pencil 10mm from each end
along the side (30mm). Also mark 7.5mm up along the same side therefore marking
a line along the centre of that side. See M.R.D Manufacture Fig.1 for visual
representation.
Note: You must repeat step for the other 30mm side.

2. After the sides are marked, the drill a 10mm hole through the centre point that is
marked. See M.R.D Manufacture Fig.2 for visual aid.
Note: To drill completely through the BASE, it will have to be drilled half way
through on one side, then flipped and drilled again from the other 30mm side
to be drilled through completely.

3. Take the 250x150x30mm or the FRONT. Mark out 64mm from each end on the
220x150mm side. Then also mark 75mm along the 150mm length, marking half way.
Lastly mark 114mm from the edge of the wood along the 220mm length. See M.R.D
Manufacture Fig.3 for visual aid if needed.

4. Drill a 40mm in diameter hole at the intersection of the 75mm and the 50mm
intersection markings. See M.R.D Manufacture Fig.4 for visual representation.

5. On the FRONT piece (250x150x30mm), at the markings of 64mm, it should be


marked on the side (30mm) as well. Draw a line from the corner of the wood to that
line in a diagonal direction. See M.R.D Manufacture Fig.5 for visual aid.
Note: the angles should be correct, but if not done correctly on the right side,
it will result in having to repeat steps 3 5 on other piece of wood.

6. Take a BACK piece (155x30x30mm if couldnt be obtained then cut out required
measurements) and mark 32mm (on the 155x30 side) from both ends. Then mark a
straight diagonal line from the line marked to the corner of the wood. See M.R.D
Manufacture Fig.6 for further assistance or visual aid.

7. Once marked, cut along the line resulting in a parallelogram shape. See M.R.D
Manufacture Fig.7 for further assistance.
Note: the angles should be correct, but if not done correctly on the right side,
it will result in having to repeat steps 6 7 on other piece of wood.

8. Repeat steps 6 7 again, duplicating another piece.

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9. Take the Roof piece (177x150x30mm) and mark out 65mm from the 150x30mm
edge and mark 32mm in from the adjacent edge. See M.R.D Manufacture Fig.8 for
visual aid.

10. Once marked mark out a diagonal line from the corner of the wood to the top of the
marking on each side. Cut along that line and you should have a trapezium shape.
See M.R.D Manufacturing Fig.9 for visual representation.
Note: the angles should be correct, but if not done correctly on the right side,
it will result in having to repeat steps 9 10 on other piece of wood.

11. Next take the Wheels (100mm diameter x 30mm) and mark out 50mm radius to the
centre. See M.R.D Manufacturing Fig.10 for visual representation.
Note: if this piece cant be obtained then it will have to be cut out a piece of
wood large enough to cut 4 Wheels

12. Once marked drill a 10mm hole through the centre marked wheel. See M.R.D
Manufacture Fig.11 for visual aid.

13. Repeat steps 11-12 four times.

14. Place an axle into the two holes in the base. Attach wheels by tightening nuts on
either side. Repeat with the other axle of the rover.

15. Using liquid nails, create the rover through combining all components onto the base.
If help is required, see figures and profiles provided.

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Mars Rover Designs

Risk Management Plan


Client: EMPACT
Project: Mars Rover Design

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Material Safety Data Sheet

Hazardous Substance, Dangerous Goods

1. MATERIAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Product name: Liquid Nails Heavy Duty


Synonyms: Product Code Bar Code
Liquid Nails Heavy Duty, 350g 930069712461601 9300697124616
Liquid Nails Heavy Duty, 350g Export 100188 9300697124616
Liquid Nails Heavy Duty, 350g Triple Pk 100173 9300697124852
Liquid Nails Heavy Duty, 375mL NZ 941430211117201 9414302111172

Recommended use: Multipurpose construction adhesive.

Supplier: Selleys, a division of


DuluxGroup (Australia) Pty Ltd
ABN: 67 000 049 427
Street Address: 1956 Dandenong Road
Clayton VIC 3168
Australia
1300 555 205

Emergency telephone number: Australia 1800 033 111 New Zealand 0800 734 607

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

This material is hazardous according to health criteria of Safe Work Australia.

Hazard Category:
Xi Irritant

Risk Phrase(s):
R11: Highly Flammable.
R36: Irritating to eyes.
R66: Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.
R67: Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
R51/53: Toxic to aquatic organisms. May cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic
environment.

Safety Phrase(s):
S1/2: Keep locked up and out of the reach of children.
S16: Keep away from sources of ignition.
S24/25: Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
S29: Do not empty into drains.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the
label whenever possible).

Poisons Schedule (Aust): Not applicable

Product name: Liquid Nails Heavy Duty SDS No: SELAUSEN000148


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Material Safety Data Sheet

DANGEROUS GOODS CLASSIFICATION

Classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous
Goods by Road & Rail and the New Zealand NZS5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.

Class: 3 Flammable Liquid

3. COMPOSITION INFORMATION

CHEMICAL ENTITY CAS NO. PROPORTION

Methyl acetate 79-20-9 10 - 30%


Acetone 67-64-1 1 - 10%
Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light 64742-49-0 1 - 10%
Heptane 142-82-5 1 - 10%
Ingredients determined to be non-hazardous - Balance
________
100%

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone Australia 131 126, New Zealand
0800 764 766).

Inhalation: Remove victim from exposure - avoid becoming a casualty. Remove contaminated clothing
and loosen remaining clothing. Allow patient to assume most comfortable position and keep warm. Keep at
rest until fully recovered. If breathing laboured and patient cyanotic (blue), ensure airways are clear and
have a qualified person give oxygen through a facemask. If breathing has stopped apply artificial respiration
at once. In the event of cardiac arrest, apply external cardiac massage. Seek immediate medical advice.

Skin contact: For gross contamination, immediately drench with water and remove clothing. Continue to
flush skin and hair with plenty of water (and soap if material is insoluble). For skin burns, cover with a clean,
dry dressing until medical help is available. If blistering occurs, do NOT break blisters. If swelling, redness,
blistering, or irritation occurs seek medical assistance.

Eye contact: If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush the eyes continuously with running water. Continue
flushing until advised to stop by the Poisons Information Centre or a Doctor; or for at least 15 minutes and
transport to Doctor or Hospital.

Ingestion: Rinse mouth with water. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water to drink.
Never give anything by the mouth to an unconscious patient. If vomiting occurs give further water. Seek
medical advice.

Notes to physician: Treat symptomatically.

5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Specific hazards: Flammable liquid. May form flammable vapour mixtures with air. Flameproof equipment
necessary in area where this chemical is being used. Nearby equipment must be earthed. Electrical
requirements for work area should be assessed according to AS3000. Vapour may travel a considerable
distance to source of ignition and flash back. Avoid all ignition sources. All potential sources of ignition
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(open flames, pilot lights, furnaces, spark producing switches and electrical equipment etc) must be
eliminated both in and near the work area. Do NOT smoke.

Fire fighting further advice: If safe to do so, remove containers from path of fire. Keep containers cool
with water spray. On burning may emit toxic fumes. Fire fighters to wear self-contained breathing
apparatus and suitable protective clothing if risk of exposure to vapour or products of combustion.

Hazchem Code: 3Y

Suitable extinguishing media: Alcohol resistant foam is the preferred fire-fighting medium. If material is
involved in a fire use alcohol resistant foam, standard foam or dry agent (carbon dioxide, dry chemical
powder).

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

SMALL SPILLS
Wear protective equipment to prevent skin and eye contamination. W ipe up with absorbent (clean rag or
paper towels). Allow absorbent to dry before disposing with normal household garbage.

LARGE SPILLS
Shut off all possible sources of ignition. Clear area of all unprotected personnel. Prevent further leakage or
spillage if safe to do so. Slippery when spilt. Avoid accidents, clean up immediately. Wear protective
equipment to prevent skin and eye contamination and the inhalation of vapours. Work up wind or increase
ventilation. Contain - prevent run off into drains and waterways. Use absorbent (soil, sand or other inert
material). Collect and seal in properly labelled containers or drums for disposal. Use a spark-free shovel.
If contamination of sewers or waterways has occurred advise local emergency services.

Dangerous Goods Initial Emergency Response Guide No: 14

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling: Avoid skin and eye contact and inhalation of vapour.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place and out of direct sunlight. Store away from
incompatible materials described in Section 10. Store away from sources of heat or ignition. Store away
from foodstuffs. Keep containers closed when not in use - check regularly for leaks.

This material is classified as a Dangerous Good Class 3 Flammable Liquid as per the criteria of
the Australian Dangerous Goods Code and must be stored in accordance with the relevant
regulations.

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Material Safety Data Sheet

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

National occupational exposure limits: No value assigned for this specific material by Safe Work
Australia or Department of Labour New Zealand.

However for:

TWA STEL CARCINOGEN NOTICES


ppm mg/m3 ppm mg/m3 CATEGORY

Methyl acetate 200 606 250 757 - -


Acetone 500 1,185 1,000 2,375 -
Heptane 400 1,640 -500 2,050 - -

As published by the Safe Work Australia or Department of Labour New Zealand.

TWA - The time-weighted average airborne concentration over an eight-hour working day, for a five-day
working week over an entire working life.

STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) - the average airborne concentration over a 15 minute period which
should not be exceeded at any time during a normal eight-hour workday.

These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of occupational health hazards. All
atmospheric contamination should be kept too as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards
should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They
are not a measure of relative toxicity.

If the directions for use on the product label are followed, exposure of individuals using the product should
not exceed the above standard. The standard was created for workers who are routinely, potentially
exposed during product manufacture.

Biological Limit Values: As per the National Model Regulations for the Control of Workplace Hazardous
Substances (Safe Work Australia) the ingredients in this material do not have a Biological Limit Allocated.

Engineering measures: Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure
Standards. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing appropriate respirator. Vapour heavier than
air - prevent concentration in hollows or sumps. DO NOT enter confined spaces where vapour may have
collected. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal protection equipment: YELLOW: OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES,


GLOVES, RESPIRATOR.

MANUFACTURING, PACKAGING AND TRANSPORT:


Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Use with adequate ventilation. If inhalation risk exists
wear organic vapour/particulate respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716.
Available information suggests that gloves made from nitrile rubber be suitable for intermittent contact.
However, due to variations in glove construction and local conditions, the user should make a final
assessment. Always wash hands before smoking, eating, drinking or using the toilet. W ash contaminated
clothing and other protective equipment before storing or re-using.

CONSUMER USE:
Wear gloves. Avoid inhaling vapour. W ash hands after use.

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Hygiene measures: Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs. When using do not eat, drink or
smoke. Wash hands prior to eating, drinking or smoking. Avoid skin and eye contact and inhalation of
vapour. Ensure that eyewash stations and safety showers are close to the workstation location.

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Form / Colour / Odour: Brown paste with a solvent odour.

Solubility: Soluble in organic solvents. Insoluble in water.


Specific Gravity (20 C): 1.18 1.20
Relative Vapour Density (air=1): >1
Vapour Pressure (20 C): N Av
Flash Point (C): -9 (Solvent)
Flammability Limits (%): N Av
Autoignition Temperature (C): N Av
% Volatile by Volume: 32
Melting Point/Range (C): N Av
Boiling Point/Range (C): N Av
Decomposition Point (C): N Av
pH: N Av
Viscosity (Flow time): >100 seconds (6mm jet)
Total VOC (g/Litre): N Av

(Typical values only - consult specification sheet)


N Av = Not available N App = Not applicable

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Reactivity: No reactivity hazards are known for the material.

Chemical stability: This material is thermally stable when stored and used as directed.

Hazardous reactions: No known hazardous reactions.

Conditions to avoid: Elevated temperatures and sources of ignition.

Incompatible materials: Oxidising agents.

Hazardous decomposition products: Oxides of carbon and nitrogen, smoke and other toxic fumes.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No adverse health effects expected if the product is handled in accordance with this Safety Data Sheet and
the product label. Symptoms or effects that may arise if the product is mishandled and overexposure occurs
are:

Acute Effects

Inhalation: Inhalation of vapour can result in headaches, dizziness and possible nausea. Inhalation of high
concentrations can produce central nervous system depression, which can lead to loss of co-ordination,
impaired judgement and if exposure is prolonged, unconsciousness.
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Skin contact: Contact with skin may result in irritation. W ill have a degreasing action on the skin.
Repeated or prolonged skin contact may lead to irritant contact dermatitis.

Ingestion: Swallowing can result in nausea, vomiting and central nervous system depression. If the victim
is uncoordinated there is greater likelihood of vomit entering the lungs and causing subsequent
complications. Aspiration pneumonia (inflammation of the lung) may result.

Eye contact: An eye irritant.

Long Term Effects: No information available for product.

Acute toxicity / Chronic toxicity:


No LD50 data available for the product.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Avoid contaminating waterways.

Ecotoxicity: No information available.

Persistence and degradability: No information available.

Mobility: No information available.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Persons conducting disposal, recycling or reclamation activities should ensure that appropriate personal
protection equipment is used, see Section 8. Exposure Controls and Personal Protection of this SDS.

If possible material and its container should be recycled. If material or container cannot be recycled,
dispose in accordance with local, regional, national and international Regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

ROAD AND RAIL TRANSPORT


Classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous
Goods by Road & Rail and the New Zealand NZS5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.

UN No: 1133
Dangerous Goods Class: 3 Flammable Liquid
Packing Group: III
Hazchem Code: 3Y
Emergency Response Guide No: 14

Proper Shipping Name: ADHESIVES

Segregation Dangerous Goods: Not to be loaded with explosives (Class 1), flammable gases (Class 2.1),
if both are in bulk, toxic gases (Class 2.3), spontaneously combustible substances (Class 4.2), oxidising
agents (Class 5.1), organic peroxides (Class 5.2) or radioactive substances (Class 7), however exemptions
may apply.
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MARINE TRANSPORT
Classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG
Code) for transport by sea.

UN No: 1133
Dangerous Goods Class: 3 Flammable Liquid
Packing Group: III
Hazchem Code: 3Y

Proper Shipping Name: ADHESIVES

AIR TRANSPORT
Classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Dangerous Goods Regulations for transport by air.

UN No: 1133
Dangerous Goods Class: 3 Flammable Liquid
Packing Group: III
Hazchem Code: 3Y

Proper Shipping Name: ADHESIVES

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

This material is not subject to the following international agreements:

Montreal Protocol (Ozone depleting substances)


The Stockholm Convention (Persistent Organic Pollutants)
The Rotterdam Convention (Prior Informed Consent)

This material is subject to the following international agreements:

Basel Convention (Hazardous Waste)


Wastes from production, formulation and use of inks, dyes, pigments, paints, lacquers, varnish

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL)


Annex III - Harmful Substances carried in Packaged Form

This material/constituent(s) is covered by the following requirements:

All the constituents of this material are listed on the Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances
(AICS).

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16. OTHER INFORMATION

Literary reference

This Material Safety Data Sheet has been prepared by Chemical Data Services Pty Ltd (chemdata.com.au)
on behalf of its client.

Reason(s) For Issue: 5 Yearly Revision


Change to Transport Information
Format change
Minor Text Changes.

Material Safety Data Sheets are updated frequently. Please ensure that you have a current copy.

This MSDS summarises at the date of issue our best knowledge of the health and safety hazard information
of the product, and in particular how to safely handle and use the product in the workplace. Since
DuluxGroup (Australia) Pty Ltd and DuluxGroup (New Zealand) Pty Ltd cannot anticipate or control the
conditions under which the product may be used, each user must, prior to usage, review this MSDS in the
context of how the user intends to handle and use the product in the workplace.

If clarification or further information is needed to ensure that an appropriate assessment can be made, the
user should contact this company.

Our responsibility for product as sold is subject to our standard terms and conditions, a copy of which is sent
to our customers and is also available upon request.

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RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN

1.0 Introduction

This document contains a risk management plan, including possible hazards and
complications that may come during the design, construction and testing of the Mars Land
Rover. Any complications or issues that come up that cannot be resolved and/ or affect the
construction of the Mars Land Rover should be reported to a staff member of M.R.D
immediately.
2.0 Design Stage:

2.1 Group Unfamiliarity

2.1.1 Miscommunication within the group due to inexperience working with each other
can lead to time wastage and redundancies.

2.1.2 Mitigations include concise, non-ambiguous communication and always trying to


keep in contact. This will allow the rest of the group to always know exactly what is
currently occurring and what is required.

2.2 Eye strain

2.2.1 Long, uninterrupted computer work can lead to eyestrain and headaches.

1.2.2 Mitigations include hourly breaks (or as needed) for short periods.

3.0 Construction Stage:

3.1 Use of Machinery

3.1.1 Machinery, including power tools, is a major hazard in construction. Persons with
little to no experience operating machinery such as band saws and sanding belts
can lead to very serious injury.

3.1.2 To lower the effects of this risk, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be
worn by everyone in the workshop. PPE includes but is not limited to safety
boots, safety glasses, not wearing loose clothing, tying up long hair and using
ear plugs.

3.1.3 To mitigate the likelihood of this risk, machinery should only be operated by
persons of experience.
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3.2 Use of Hazardous Chemicals

3.2.1 Potentially hazardous chemicals, including super glue, can pose risks of
poisoning, bodily harm and skin irritation.

3.2.2 These risks can be mitigated by use of appropriate PPE, taking care when
using and reference to the products MSDS.

3.2.3 Dust from wood sanding and sawing may become airborne creating a risk of
inhaling or eye irritation.
3.2.4 PPE including dust masks and safety glasses should be worn in order to mitigate
this risk.

4.0 Testing Stage:

4.1 Rover falling off drop

4.1.1 During the falling stage, the rover because effectively a freefalling weight of
around 1kg, posing the risk of bodily harm.

4.1.2 In order to ensure no one is struck by this freefalling weight, a safe radius
distance around the testing area should be abided by, with only one person
conducting the test.
4.2 Materials breaking upon impact

4.2.1 Impact with ground after falling stage poses the possibility for materials
breaking/ splintering off the main chassis of the rover. This has the potential of
causing bodily harm, with the possibility of small wood splinters becoming lodged
in skin.

4.2.2 This can be mitigated by following the procedure outlined in item 1.b [Rover
falling off drop].

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Mars Rover Designs

Tender Evaluation Criteria


Client: EMPACT
Project: Mars Rover Design

Mars Rover Design 12


1.0 Introduction
The contents of this document contains a summary of criteria that will be met by the
successful tender of the Mars Land Rover. As well as a criteria summary, this document
contains a detailed description of the criteria that has been listed in the criteria summary,
that must be met by the successful tender.

1.0 Criteria Summary


Criteria Title Criteria Details Mark
Experience Experience in using power tools
Experience using hazardous
chemicals

Capability Safety procedures


Efficiency
Materials and Equipment

Communication Communication with M.R.D.

3.0 Criteria Summary Specific Details

3.1 Experience

3.1.1 Experience in using Power Tools:

Precise specifications in design require very accurate measurements in order for a


successful rover to be constructed. Successful tender will have staff with experience in using
a band saw, sanding belt and drill press; capable of following direct instructions precisely.

Experience using Hazardous Chemicals:


In order to successfully construct our rover, staff will need experience in using super glue
efficiently such that able to not waste any resulting in additional cost and also to not
interfere with rest of design.

3.2.1 Capability

3.2.1 Safety Procedures:

Staff must be familiar with correct safety procedure, such as wearing correct personal
protective equipment (PPE) while using band saw or sanding belt and also when handling
hazardous chemicals such as super glue.

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3.2.2 Efficiency:

Staff must be able to work efficiently with a reliable work structure and schedule to
successfully complete the construction of the Mars Land Rover. Successful tender will
provide a realistic structure and schedule that they will be able to follow, prior to being give
the all clear to go ahead with the construction of the Mars Land Rover

3.2.3 Materials and Equipment

Successful tender will have the ability to easily access all required materials and equipment.
This includes all materials equipment required to complete the construction of the Mars
Land Rover; it also includes all personal protective equipment required to be used during
construction of the Mars Land Rover.

3.3 Communication

3.3.1 Communication with M.R.D.

Once being selected as the successful tender, the staff must be able to communicate clearly
with the M.R.D. team. Staff must report any problems they may potentially come across
during the construction of the Mars Land Rover. Problems that occur that are out of the
tenders hands will be dealt with by the M.R.D. team and a resolution will be forwarded to
the tender allowing them to continue the construction of the Mars Land Rover. Any
problems caused as a result of the tenders incapability must immediately be brought to the
attention of the M.R.D. team but must also come with a plausible resolution; The tender
must run the resolution by the M.R.D. team before going ahead with it.

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