Rigger Crane Safety International Diploma Course in Rawalpindi Hazro Pindigheb

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Crane Safety & Rigger Course content:

Roles and Responsibilities of a Rigger.
Toolbox Meeting.
Estimating Load and Centre of Gravity.
Pre-Lift Inspection of Crane and Lifting Gear and Accessories.
Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
Selection and Use of Rigging Equipment.
Rigging Methods and Techniques.
Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers
Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment
Identifying the Elements of a crane safety plan
Step Lifting and Lowering Method.
Accident Prevention and Emergency Response.
Out-door Demonstration and Practice.
Estimate load weight and center of gravity
Identify lift points
Determine and select rigging based on loading
Perform pre-use inspection of rigging and lift points
Identify and attach rigging with knowledge of hitch configurations and load angle factors, rigging capacities, and load integrity
Understand load dynamics and associated hazards
Identification of rigging hardware
Industry terminology
Identification tags
Safe Work Load Factor
Determination of rigging gear to use
Safe use of rigging gear
Proper shackle use
Placement of rigging hardware
Inspection criteria
Removal from service
Hand signals
Types of hitches
Sling load calculations
D/d ratios
Off-center gravity picks