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Rigger Safety International Course in Rawalpindi Bahawalpur Multan

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Rigger Safety International Course in Rawalpindi Bahawalpur Multan,Rigger Safety Course in Rawalpindi Gujranwala Jhelum,international college of technical education offers rigger course national and international certification approved with UK USA and Canada Awarding body,best training rigger institute in rawalpindi punjab pakistan,admission open for boys and girls National and International certification course in rawalpindi pakistan new session start on 3 February 2020 Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,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.These Rigging Training courses are designed for workers using mechanical systems to hoist loads on various structures for work purposes.Does your crew require tool bags, antennas, dishes, structural steel or other objects to be hoisted to complete the job? Safety One Rigging Classes provide the skills necessary to remain safe and compliant while performing rigging related work.Safety One Rigging Courses focus on the correct type of rigging equipment required to safely perform lifting operations. Topics covered focus on lifting calculations and hands-on exercises at our Colorado training facility or your location.Qualified Rigger Level 2 training provides the knowledge and skills necessary for a person to work as a journeyman level rigger. This course prepares persons to perform rigging calculations and to select and apply rigging for safe controlled load handling. Persons completing this training will understand their responsibility to ensure proper rigging methods are used and that all variables which could result in a rigging failure are accounted for through planning and proper selection of gear. This program includes technical training and the required examination to meet standards. The course illustrates the proper use and pre-use inspection of rigging gear, slings and below-the-hook lifting devices to ensure those who complete training are competent.A certified rigger is a person who has been trained and certified to handle and move loads. The level of certification depends upon the individual’s training, knowledge, skill base, and ability to perform functions related to the selection, inspection, and proper use of rigging equipment.This person may be qualified in a craft or trade and carry an occupational title such as iron worker, electrician, carpenter, millwright, mechanic, laborer, mason, longshoreman, lineman, pipe fitter, boilermaker, and the like. (The persons described in the categories above will be referred to as rigger even though they carry another occupational title.)One of the biggest responsibilities of crane operators is rigging. Rigging loads is a skilled art, as well as an engineering discipline. The very nature of lifting, moving, and holding loads implies a certain risk, which through training and experience can be minimized. This course provides an overview of many aspects of safe load rigging. The material has been designed for rigging and supervisory personnel who work with all types of hoisting equipment. It is intended as a supplement to practical hands-on training and adequate practice opportunities to develop and maintain rigging skills. By the end of this course, you should be able to demonstrate the physical skills of rigging as well as the sound judgement required. With your cooperation, knowledgeable skilled riggers will become the norm.A wide variety of high tensile, highly durable wire ropes are used in industry today, and it’s important that riggers can identify what the best rope for the job is. This module explains how wire ropes are constructed, their different characteristics, and replacement and installation techniques. It also addresses safety factors, shock-loading, Safe Working Load (SWL) and Working Load Limit (WLL), wire rope inspections, and wire rope lubrication.
Introduction
Employee Health and Safety
Equipment and Material Damage Control
General Rules
Relevant Sections of Regulations for Industrial Establishments
Made Under The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA)
Daily Inspections
Pre-Shift Crane Inspection
Maintenance
Qualifications
Procedures for Proper Crane Operation
Critical Application Equipment
Crane Terminology
Types of Cranes
Rigger/Slinger Requirements
Weights of Materials
Chain & Wire Rope Inspections
Chain Certification Requirements
Slings
Resultant Sling angle is a Killer
Plate Clamps and Magnets
Hook Inspections
Standard Hand Signals for Overhead Cranes
Eye Bolts & Hoist Rings