R1 Rigging Fundamentals, Inspections and Signals - 1 Day
This 1-day rigging training gives students the knowledge on safe rigging practices, rigging terminology, good and bad rigging practices and more.
Freeport McMoRan Eric M.
It was a good course.
Bowling GreenMetalforming Jon S.
Learning all the OSHA regulations and the severity of not following them. (The
Instructor’s) personality and knowledge of material presented
Gerdau Ameristeel Mike M.
(What I liked about the seminar was…) Learning about the mechanics as well as built in safe guards on cranes. I thoroughly enjoyed the course. I have operated
the mill crane off and on for 20 years. I learned more about cranes in the 2 1/2
day course than I have in previous years. Instructor did a great job.
Goodman Mfg. Vicente B.
(What I liked most about the seminar was...) (The instructor) kept not only me, but the whole class awake! Even when I didn't (sleep) have a good night. (The
instructor) really kept the class interesting even with the boring part of the class. I mostly like the positive upbeat attitude.
Ternium USA Kevin S.
(What I liked most about the seminar was...) Being able to go to the shops and see
how it all happens.
Rigging Training Course
This rigging training course is designed for personnel who rig loads for lifting by cranes and for their supervisors. Floor crane operators and others working with overhead cranes will benefit from this comprehensive and safety focused Rigging Fundamentals course.
Our instructor will be able answer your questions and cover important course material and concepts. In addition to a course workbook participants will also receive a 4” x 5” pocket handbook which highlights good and bad rigging practices, sling capacities and how to calculate unknown loads.
- Identify safe rigging practices
- Conduct prior to use inspections
- Understand basic rigging principles
- Load weight determination
- Turning Loads
- Rigging Equipment
- Rigging Standards
- Risk Management
- The Basic Rigging Plan
- Rigging Terminology
- Good & Bad Rigging Practices
Slings & Inspections Criteria
- Wire Rope Slings
- Chain Slings
- Nylon Web Slings
- Metal Mesh Slings
- Endless Slings
- Safe Rigging Practices
- Effects of Sling Angles
- Calculating Load Weight
- Rigging Calculations & Exercises
- Center of Gravity
- Turning Loads