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International Crane Rigger Safety Advance Course in Chakwal

Rs 37,500.00

  • International Crane Rigger Safety Advance Course in Chakwal
  • International Crane Rigger Safety Advance Course in Chakwal
  • International Crane Rigger Safety Advance Course in Chakwal
  • International Crane Rigger Safety Advance Course in Chakwal
Price : Rs 37,500.00
Date : 17/08/2020
Location :Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza Shamsabad Rawalpindi

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Head Office :

Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,

Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,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.OSHA requires riggers to be qualified, a designation determined by their employer based on knowledge, skills, and performance. Our rigger training will certainly help riggers achieve qualified status. Our training will also prepare students for rigger certification, which is not required by OSHA, but is required by some employers or customers.A certified rigger is a person who has been trained and certified to handle and move loads. The level of certification depends upon the individual’s training, knowledge, skill base, and ability to perform functions related to the selection, inspection, and proper use of rigging equipment.This person may be qualified in a craft or trade and carry an occupational title such as iron worker, electrician, carpenter, millwright, mechanic, laborer, mason, longshoreman, lineman, pipe fitter, boilermaker, and the like. (The persons described in the categories above will be referred to as rigger even though they carry another occupational title.)A qualified rigger is defined as a qualified person who, by possession of a recognized degree, certificate or professional standing, or who by extensive knowledge, training and experience, successfully demonstrated the ability to solve/resolve problems relating to rigging. This course brings all of the rigging concerns into focus for a practical, field proven method of ensuring rigging safety.This 7 hour online course covers OSHA regulations, the use and inspection of slings, rigging hardware, load weight and other areas critical to understanding and operating a safe job site. This course is recommended for all employees who are working within the fall zone of a load and especially if they are involved in the hooking and unhooking of the load or in the guiding of a load.Level 1 certification training program combines in-class content with practical experience. Students receive classroom theory and hands on practical training including calculating load weights, finding load center of gravity, rigging loads and making actual crane lifts giving direction to the crane operator.The goal of the Level 1 training program is to equip you for a safe career as a knowledgeable and confident rigger.

Course Outline:

Crane and hoisting hand signals

Load weight estimation

Location of the load center of gravity

Rigging hardware and appropriate uses

Rigging hardware inspection and rejection criteria

Use of rigging tables to select appropriate hardware for hoisting

Sling angle capacity calculation

Care and storage of rigging hardware

Common hazards and safety around cranes and overhead hoists

Lift planning and advanced topics awareness