Rigger Level 1 International Training Course in Islamabad
Rigger Level 1 International Training Course in Islamabad O3165643400, O3119903317, International Certification Rigger Level 1 Course in Islamabad O3165643400
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. As of November 2010 all employees engaged in hooking, unhooking, or guiding the load, or in the initial connection of a load to a component or structure and are within the fall zone should be a qualified rigger. A qualified rigger is also needed during assembly/disassembly of cranes. This program includes technical training and the required examination to meet OSHA standards. The course illustrates the proper use and pre-use inspection of rigging gear, slings and below-the-hook lifting devices to ensure those who complete training are competent. Qualified Rigger Level 1 training provides the training necessary for an employer to designate a person to work as a competent basic level rigger. Training satisfies qualification requirements for the construction industry, OSHA §1926 Subpart CC, General Industry OSHA §1910, and other required qualifications for training. Persons attending this program will learn pre-use inspection, proper use, and application of rigging gear. Course focus includes making sure all participants fully understand sling hitches, proper rigging gear assemblies, and working load limits. This training will provide candidates a clear understanding of regulations and standard on lifting operations, correct procedure in designing a lift plan, preparation of a lift such as selecting appropriate lifting gears, methods of calculating capacity on every lifting equipment involve in the operation and the roles and responsibilities. During the course, candidates will be given scenarios on which they will analyze each for the safe procedure that must be followed and select the appropriate lifting gears which will be needed to execute the safe lifting procedure as per result the lift planning. The course incorporates theory discussions and practical exercises.
At the end of the each modules, participants will be able to:
•Demonstrate and State the use of hand signals
•Identify crane types and their major components.
•Understand the standards and regulations in preparing and performing a critical lift.
•State function of and inspections requirements for rigging hardware
•State the function of, inspection requirement and, inspect manual hoisting equipment and slings
•Identify basic hitches
•Select the correct hitch arrangement for a load
•Determine appropriate sling size for hitch arrangement
•Determine the weight of the load to the nearest whole unit
•Calculate areas and volumes of loads to the nearest whole unit
•Convert metric units of length, area, and weight to English units and vice versa.
•Determine lift radii to the nearest whole metric or English unit
•Determine minimum boom tip height required for each lift
•Determine lift radii and boom lengths for any lift
•Determine the maximum lift capacity
•Identify factors which reduce crane capacity
•Identify and defines lift radius, boom angle, boom length, and quadrants of operation without error.
•Determine the required minimum lift parameter values for lifts.
•State the effect of increasing or decreasing lift parameters.
•List the factors which determine crane selection
•List the factors which determine crane configuration
•State the types of crane.
•Identify the correct procedures for pick-and-carry operations
•State the safety precautions for pick-and-carry operations
•State lifting beam and spreader bar test requirements
•State when to lifting beams and spreaders
•Select the appropriate lifting beam or spreader for a given load and state how the beam or spreader should be attached to the load
•Determine the classification and types of the wire ropes from their constructions.
•Determine appropriate uses for various types of wire ropes.
•State regulations and restrictions regarding the use of radios, without error.
•Identify the operating controls of each radio.
•Explain how to establish, maintain, and terminate radio contact.
•Recite phonetic alphabet.
•Identify when a lift plan is required
•Define specialized and critical lifts
•Determine the required information on a lift plan
•Identify all special considerations that will affect the crane capacity during lifts
•Enter all required information on the lift plan correctly.
•Determine whether the specific crane can make the any specialized or critical lift under the given condition
•Verify information and calculation to ensure the crane and rigging equipment is capable of lifting the load
•Correctly check the lift plans and sketches for any inconsistencies and make corrections to the lift plans and sketches as required
•State the definition of a heavy-lift operation
•Determine whether given lifts qualify as heavy lifts according to the definition
•State the safety requirements to follow when rigging and conducting heavy lifts
•Determine attachment points for loads.
•Calculate the load on each crane.
•Calculate the tension on hitch arrangements.