Business Rigging and Lifting Training COURSE

Rigging and Lifting Training COURSE

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RIGGING AND LIFTING TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW

Rigging and Lifting Training sometimes also referred to as hoisting, is an important step in the maneuvering of heavy objects in many workplaces. It is most common to see rigging done on construction sites, or out at sea on cargo ships. Sometimes it is impossible to move an object through other means, so it becomes necessary to employ the services of a rigger. While this can be done on land or while out at sea, it is essential that whoever is undertaking the task of rigging and slinging knows how to do so safely, so that they are not put at risk, and so that those around them are not exposed to danger. Safe rigging is important because there are many variables that are at play while a rigger attempts to hoist a large object. Rigging is not a task that should be completed in a hurry. It requires knowledge, mathematical precision, and determination.

This rigging and Lifting Training course covers practices and techniques to safely sling and rig loads according to the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Z150-98 regulation. It also adheres to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards.

COURSE DURATION

3 DAYS

PRICE

N60,000 Only: Payment can be made on installments 

TRAINING DATE

MON. – WED. OR WED. – FRI. EVERY WEEK

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Delegates will learn the basic level of safe rigging and slinging for safe working practices associated with lifting accessories, lifting appliances and lifting operation in general.

COURSE PREREQUISITE

• At least 21 years of age.
• Capable of reading and understanding the English language
• Lifting basic knowledge would be advantage.

COURSE OUTLINE

• Rigger duties and responsibilities
• Terms and definitions of various lifting/rigging terminology
• Introduction to various types of slings (webbing slings, wire rope slings and chain slings)
• Rejection criteria of lifting accessories
• Types of lifting hitches
• Sling angles
• Types of Shackles, eye bolts and hooks, chain block , turn buckles and their inspection
• Proper lifting techniques
• Communication and Hand Signals during Lifting
• Hazards associated with cranes operation
• Practical Session
• Assessment

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