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.
1 day, 6 hours
The detailed course outlines are below:
1. Introduction to Rigging Gear
1.1 Slings - Slings are the usual method of attaching a load to the lifting hook of the crane
1.2 Rigging Hardware
1.3 Lifting Devices
2. Basic Concepts of Load Safety
2.1 Load Slippage
2.2 Load, Sling and Workforce Protection
2.3 Load Balance
2.4 Load Leveling
2.5 Surrounding Environment
2.6 Load Ratings
2.7 Crane Safety
4. USE AND INSPECTION NEEDS
4.1 Pre-Use Inspections
5.1 Inspection & Use
5.2 Common Shackle Types
5.3 Web Shackles.
7.1 Types of Hook
7.2 Choker Hooks
7.3 Hook Latches
8. EYE BOLTS
10. PLATE CLAMPS
11. BEAM CLAMPS
12.1 Synthetic Slings (Round or Web)
12.2 Chain Slings
12.3 Wire Rope and Wire Rope Slings
13. REVIEW 2
14. END FITTINGS
14.1 Zinc Sockets
14.2 Swaged Sockets
14.3 Mechanical Splice
15. SLING HITCHES
16. LOAD WEIGHT.
17. SLING ANGLE STRESS.
18. CENTRE OF GRAVITY
19. CALCULATING SLING STRESS
19.1 Bridle Sling Rating Charts
19.2 3 Leg And 4 Leg Slings
20. HAND SIGNALS
The assessment will be practical and written for the certification as per OSHA regulation.