Rigger Course in Rawalpindi Gujranwala Gujrat Dina Jhelum

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Rigger Course in Rawalpindi Gujranwala Gujrat Dina Jhelum,Rigger Course in Rawalpindi Punjab in Pakistan,international college of technical education offers rigger level 1 level 2 and level 3 advance diploma course in rawalpindi pakistan,crane rigging safety training course teaches employees the safe way to handle crane rigging and all hazards associated 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.Participants must be the holder of a High Risk Licence in Dogging (DG). Licence applicants must be 18 years of age and be physically capable of performing rigging activities. A basic level of English and a moderate understanding of mathematics will also be required.
Rigging & slinging. … Rigging -The process of lifting and moving heavy loads with ropes, chains, and mechanical devices. ii. Sling – A loop of material that connects the load to the lifting device. Slings can be made of chain, wire, metal mesh, natural, and synthetic materials.Rigging is both a noun, the equipment, and verb, the action of designing and installing the equipment, in the preparation to move objects. A team of riggers design and install the lifting or rolling equipment needed to raise, roll, slide or lift objects such as with a crane or block and tackle.Attach loads to rigging to provide support or prepare them for moving, using hand and power tools.Attach pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures such as beams, ceilings, and gin pole booms, using bolts and clamps.This rigging training course is designed for personnel who rig loads for lifting by cranes and for their supervisors. Floor crane operators and others working with overhead cranes will benefit from this comprehensive and safety focused Rigging Fundamentals course.Our instructor will be able answer your questions and cover important course material and concepts. In addition to a course workbook participants will also receive a 4” x 5” pocket handbook which highlights good and bad rigging practices, sling capacities and how to calculate unknown loads.Red Seal 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.
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
Crane and hoisting hand signals
Load weight estimation
Location of the load centre of gravity (COG)
Rigging hardware and appropriate uses
Rigging hardware inspection and rejection criteria (regulations varied by jurisdiction)
Use of rigging tables to select appropriate hardware for hoisting
Sling angle capacity calculation
Care and storage of rigging hardware
Common hazards and safety around cranes and overhead hoists
Lift planning and advanced topics awareness
Conduct of toolbox meeting for lifting operations
Estimation of load and determination of centre of gravity
Checklist for pre-lift inspection of lifting gear and accessories
Selection of appropriate rigging equipment
Rigging methods and techniques for safe lifting
Checking and verification of load
3-step lifting and lowering method
Good housekeeping of lifting gear and accessories
Hazards related to lifting
Emergency procedures
Rigging Equipment
Rigging Standards
Risk Management
The Basic Rigging Plan
Rigging Terminology
Good & Bad Rigging Practices
Slings & Inspections Criteria
Wire Rope Slings
Chain Slings
Nylon Web Slings
Metal Mesh Slings
Endless Slings
Rigging Fundamentals
Safe Rigging Practices
Effects of Sling Angles
Calculating Load Weight
Rigging Calculations & Exercises
Center of Gravity
Turning Loads