Crane rigging safety training course teaches employees the safe way to handle crane rigging and all the hazards associated with using cranes while at work.
Cranes are used at many workplaces, across all major industries, to lift and move materials. Crane operators are generally trained and often certified in
safe crane operations and inspection. However, many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of crane rigging and rigging hardware.
A rigger is a skilled tradesperson who specializes in the assistance of manual mechanical advantage device comprising pulley, block and tackle or motorised
such as a crane or derrick or chain hoists (chain fall) or capstan winch.
Riggers attach loads of equipment to cranes or structures using shackles, cables, chains, clamps or straps, employing pulleys, winches, lifts or chain hoists
(aka chain motors). Quick load calculations are necessary for each load and engineering principles are always in play. Riggers use various suspension
techniques to get their load around obstacles on a construction site or loading dock or event site to the desired location and height.
Crane Safety & Rigger Course content:
1:Roles and Responsibilities of a Rigger.
3:Estimating Load and Centre of Gravity.
4:Pre-Lift Inspection of Crane and Lifting Gear and Accessories.
5:Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
6:Selection and Use of Rigging Equipment.
7:Rigging Methods and Techniques.
8:Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
9:Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
10:Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers
11:Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment
12:Identifying the Elements of a crane safety plan
13:3 Step Lifting and Lowering Method.
14:Accident Prevention and Emergency Response.
15:Out-door Demonstration and Practice.
Level I is the primary Rigging Certification issued to riggers which enables them to perform the basic tasks required in the profession. A Level I rigger can
complete repetitive and straightforward rigging tasks only when necessary information has been provided through prior experience or on-job training. The
essential information includes load weight, the center of gravity, etc. A certified level I rigger should be able to:Inspect rigging before use
Identify and attach rigging. This is possible through prior knowledge of hitch configurations, capacities, and basic knots.
Identify potential safety hazards.
Identify the use of signal operations and what it means.
Use rigging equipment and hitch applications of various types.
Rigger Level 2 training provides the knowledge and skills necessary for a person to work as a journeyman level rigger. This course prepares persons to
perform rigging calculations and to select and apply rigging for safe controlled load handling. As of November 2010 all “Signal Persons” and “Riggers” must
be qualified in accordance with OSHA 1926 Sub part CC. Persons completing this training will understand their responsibility to ensure proper rigging methods
are used and that all variables which could result in a rigging failure are accounted for through planning and proper selection of gear. Training satisfies
the qualification requirements for OSHA 1926, 1910, and other required qualifications.
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