RIGGING SLINGING & LIFTING TECHNIQUES- TRAIN THE TRAINER COURSE OVERVIEW
This course is designed to provide participants with a basic level of knowledge of rigging gear inspection, proper rigging procedures, and load control using typical rigging techniques through problem solving skills.
The training is designed as per applicable ASME/ANSI/OSHA regulations.
At the end of the course, the participants will:
- Know the duties and responsibilities of a competent person
- Gain understanding of the legal provisions concerning lifting operation
- Understand the effect of hitches and angles in lifting
- Have knowledge of lifting gear inspection
- To effectively carry out his duty as a competent rigging supervisor.
The Course Designed for Rig Workers, Roustabout, Floorman, Derrickman, Crane Operator Crane Helper, Loading and Unloading, Field Operators, Maintenance Engineer and professionals who is involved with rigging and slinging operations.
Introduction to Rigging & Slinging Device
- Applicable Regulations
- Definition of Rigging & Slinging
- Types of Rigging Devices/Accessories
Detailed Description of different Rigging Devices
- Wire Rope
- Fibre Rope, Fitting & Inspection
- Slings and Types of Slings
- Shackles and Types of Shackles
- Hooks and Types of Hooks
- Eyebolts & Turnbuckles
- Wedge Sockets, Spreaders and Clamps
- Chain Sling & Links, Sling Hitches and its types
- Lifting techniques using slings: Single, Two, Three and Four Leg
Working Loads Limits (WLL) and Advantages of Slinging
- Inspection Testing and Maintenance
USE AND INSPECTION NEEDS
- Inspection & Use
- Pre-inspections before start a shift
- Monthly Inspections
- Preoperational Tests - Rope
- Lock-Out Tag-Out Considerations
- Task after operations
MANAGEMENT OF LIFTING OPERATIONS
PLANNING THE LIFT & ESTIMATION OF WEIGHT.
CENTRE OF GRAVITY
SLING ANGLE & ANGEL FACTORS
TANDEM LIFT & HAZARDS
- Crane Signals
- Hand Safety Sign & Signals
The assessment will be practical and written for the certification as per OSHA regulations