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This course is designed to provide the participant with the technical and practical skills on the use and understanding of the principles of Rigging.

Target Audience
  • Riggers
  • Crane or Hoist Operators
  • Safety Personnel
  • Supervisors
  • Persons seeking Rigger qualifications
    Course Content
    • Hazard Awareness & Accident Prevention
    • Physical Forces
    • Load Weight Determination
    • Types of slings
    • Sling configurations/Hitches
    • Application of attachments
    • Calculating sling stress (Load angle factor)
    • Using Rigging charts
    • Location of Load center of gravity
    • Calculating sling stress for loads with Off-Set center of gravity
    • Equipment Inspection
    • Crane Hand signals and Communication
    • Live Simulations
    • Reference Standards
    • Competence of Personnel
    • None Destructive Examination
    • Equipment Operation (25 Tons & 50 Tons Load Cells)
      Course Materials
      • Applied Rigging Training Manual
      • Riggers Pocket Reference Cards
      • Practical Simulation Exercises¬†(use of live hoist, chain blocks, slings, shackles)
      • Certificate from Techsafe Training & Consulting
        Compliance
        • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.184)
        • American National Standards Association (ANSI B30.9,B30.5, B56.1)
        • American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME B30.9)
        • Trinidad & Tobago OSH Act 2004/2006 Part II, 6(1),(a)
        • Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulation 1998
        • BS/EN 12079: 1999, ISO
          Duration

          Three days (24 hours)