Public Trainings - Basic Rigging & Signaling
This basic rigging and signaling course is designed to give beginners, and those who work in the vicinity of rigging activity, the ability to recognize potential hazards and perform limited rigging tasks. This five hour class covers the common equipment used to move loads, such as cable, chains, slings and hoists, as well as the safety practices required. During this course we will cover equipment inspection, center of gravity, hand signals, capacities, to name a few.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
|Equipment Inspection||Calculating and Allowable Loads|
|Qualified & Competent Person||OSHA’s Rigging Standards|
|Chains, Mesh Wire, and Cable|
|Rigging for Crane Lifting|
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for construction workers, general industry workers and anyone working directly with load rigging and signaling, or in the vicinity where lifting operations are being conducted. This course will provide the students the knowledge and skills to assess, inspect, and make decision regarding rigging and signaling to prevent injuries due to rigging failure.
Participants will receive a course completion certificate upon successfully completing the course. Participants will earn .5 CEUs from the Florida Chamber Safety Council.