Ad ID: 575838
Added: January 29, 2020
Sale Price: ₨22500
Condition: Brand New
Rigger Level 1 (USA, Canada Certificate) Course in Islamabad O3165643400, O3363333792, Rigger Level 1 ( USA, Canada Certificate) Course in Islamabad O3165643400, O3363333792
The Rigger Level 1 Training Course will prepare students, who currently work in, or are about to work in, rigging operations. The class will cover topics such as common sling hitch types, load charts and how to perform a pre-use inspection. The Rigger Course is aimed at providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to prepare and tie the load for safe lifting by any form of lifting equipment. It is a mandatory course for individuals who are assigned to carry out preparation of the load for lifting operation involving a mobile crane or tower crane. 2.2 Factories (Operation of Cranes) Regulations stipulates that: “No person shall rig up loads for any lifting operations by a mobile crane or tower crane unless he is a rigger appointed by an occupier” “No person shall be appointed as rigger unless he has successfully completed a training course approved by the Chief Inspector” (Commissioner of Workplace Safety and Health) “A rigger who is appointed….shall be attired in such a way as would distinctively identify him as a rigger” The Rigger course is mandatory training for lifting operation course suitable for individuals who are assigned to undertake the role of a Rigger in the construction and other industries. 1.1 Legal Requirement Factories (Operation of cranes) Regulations Reg 18 – An occupier shall appoint a rigger for the purpose of rig up load for any lifting operation. To be appointed as a rigger, he shall successfully completed a course approved by the commissioner of WSH 2 Course Objective At the end of the course, trainees should be able to: – List the duties of the Rigger in lifting operation – Comply with safe work procedure for lifting – Participate in toolbox meeting – Estimate load and determine Centre of Gravity – Conduct pre-lift inspection of lifting gear and accessories – Practise good housekeeping of lifting gear and accessories – Select the appropriate rigging equipment – Rig and direct load to destination with safe lifting – Check and verify load is properly rigged – Describe legislative requirement for safe lifting operation – List the duties and responsibilities of signalman for lifting operation – List the personnel involved in lifting operation – Identify hazards related to lifting operation – Apply 3-steps lifting and lowering method – Apply correct slinging method to ensure safe lifting operation – Set up communication for safe lifting operation – Explain the use correct lifting tackle – Communicate using standard verbal and hand signal – Response to accident and emergencies.
Relevant legislation (Loler, Puwer), personal responsibilities, ACOPs relevant standards and guidelines.
Safe systems of work (permits, procedures, tool box talks)
Risk assessment and control measures
Planning of lifting operations
Awareness of different types of ropes, slings and lifting equipment.
Equipment pre and post use Inspection, Including certification of equipment.
Safe and correct use of equipment.
Equipment identification and selection.
Rigging principles and terminology (e.g. angles and tensions in slings, centre of balance and
Weight identification and estimation
Placements of loads
Disconnection of lifting equipment
Hand signaling and use of hand radios
Awareness of crane operating principles
Awareness of conflicting activities
Environmental factors (e.g. weather)
Awareness of manual handling
Appreciation of dynamic factors (e.g. FPSO’s, MODUs, Semi submersibles, and construction and support vessels)