This course is to provide each participant with the knowledge of becoming an in-house rigging inspector. The participant will learn how to inspect rigging equipment. To become a Rigging Inspector, an individual will need to have experience (hands-on) working with rigging equipment. This training course is designed to provide the latest OSHA regulations and ASME Standards, and help the participant develop better inspection rigging skills. Each participant will be required to participate in hands-on inspection exercises and classroom training that provide the appropriate OSHA, ASME, and other applicable standards.
Each Participant must pass a written examination.
In addition, students must provide their own personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, hard hats, safety glasses, appropriate footwear, etc.
Each attendee will receive a student workbook, pocket rigger reference card, certification, certification card, and a Signal Person and Master Rigger Handbook.
This course can be hosted at your location!
Duration: 3 days
This course has a five (5) person minimum.
• Safety Standards and Regulations
• Sling Terminology & Definition Types
• Using Sling Capacity (Load) Charts
• Using Shackles Properly
• Tension and Angles
• Basic Sling Attachments & Configurations
• How to Use Standard Weight Tables
• Wire Rope & Wire Rope Slings
• Alloy Chain Slings
• Metal Mesh Slings
• Synthetic Web Slings
• Synthetic Round Slings
• Rigging Hardware, Hooks and Wedge Sockets
• Correct way to write up Inspection Reports