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Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,This course is designed for participants to gain the necessary skills to plan, prepare & complete basic rigging
work as prescribed by the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. On completion of this course, participants will be able to undertake the movement of plant and equipment, steel erection, use hoists (including mast climbing hoists), undertake the placement of pre-cast concrete, use safety nets and static lines, install perimeter safety screens, shutters and cantilevered crane-loading platforms.crane instructor and Rigger Certifier, the 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.There’s no room for error when it comes to rigging in industrial settings. To prevent accidents and injuries on the job, riggers must comply with standard procedures, understand proper rigging techniques, and operate rigging equipment accordingly. The to-do list can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to worry. international college offers a web-based rigging training curriculum that is designed by industry experts to keep you in the loop.Advanced Rigging I Did you miss anything new about crane operations lately? The first installment of this two-part course on advanced rigging can boost your understanding of industrial cranes and heavy lifting! Learn more about how to inspect and operate bridge and broom cranes with this 30-minute course.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is established asthe leading representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide. The Association has played a key role in thisspecialized field for over half a century, from training and standardssetting to health and safety, the provision of technical and legal
advice, and the development of examination and licensing systems.LEEA wasfounded in 1944 asthe Chain Testers’ Association of Great Britain. The name was changed to its
present one in 1988 to more accurately reflect the activities of their worldwide Membership. On January 1, 2000 LEEA became a company limited by guarantee and is owned and financed by Members.Keep up with industry news and trends by reading our blogs.
3 Different blogs highlight 3 different facets of the industry. The ProRigger highlights technical issues, Crane & Rigging Success from the ITI Team gives personal viewpoints, and Industry Insights focuses on industry news. If you missed any of these past
articles,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.
Identify potential hazards associated with the lifting operation
• Implement control measures to address the identified hazards
• Plan the route for lifting and moving the load to minimize any risk to personnel and surroundings
• Ensure the load is accurately assessed for approximate weight, incorporating an adequate safety factor
• Communicate, discuss and ensure understanding of the prepared lifting plan and risk assessment with the lifting team
• Communicate, discuss and agree with appropriate personnel, actions to take related to the lifting operation in the event of an emergency
• Inform the relevant personnel of the lifting operation and identify any potential disruption to operations
• Obtain the resources identified in the lifting plan required to move the load, following relevant rigging loft procedures.
• Ensure the lifting equipment and lifting accessories are free of obvious defects, and certification is current
Company risk management procedures and rigging risk control
 Plan Work – Crane type and capacity requirements; Site rules and Contacts; Hazard Identification;
Priorities; Emergency Procedures.
 Use of chain blocks; chain pullers; wire rope pullers, skids; skates; turnbuckles; purchases; winches and
block and tackle; Calculation of loads in a purchase; using appropriate formula.
 Steel Erection – Columns; beams; braces; Trusses/Rafters; Structural bolts; nuts & washers; Erection
plan reading.
 Erection & Dismantling of material hoists cantilevered – procedures in line with manufacturer’s
specifications, AS 1418.7 and company procedures.
 Placement of Pre – cast concrete.
 Safety Nets and Static Lines
 Erection & Dismantling of Perimeter Safety Screens & Shutters