The Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) Training is the perfect combination for the introduction of Rigging Basics to your personnel. The 4-hours basic rigging class will provide attendees with a general understanding of the requirements and proper working practices related to mechanical lifting. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will learn how to apply rigging methods properly and successfully.
It will follow by 1-hour Signal Person refresher class that will provide attendees with a general understanding of the requirements and proper working practices related to hand signals, voice signals, radio, telephone, or other electronic transmission of signals. Participants will learn how to use hand signal communication methods properly and successfully.
You will learn invaluable technical information which will help provide a more efficient and safer workplace, as well as identify hazardous situations that could cause INJURY or DEATH, and up-to-date information available on OSHA/ASME/ANSI.
Each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance, a Product Application Seminar Workbook, Hand Signal Chart, and the Signal Person & Master Rigger Handbook.
Additional Rigging & Signal Person Courses offer: Qualified Rigger Level 1 Training & Certification, Qualified Rigger Level2 Training & Certification, and Qualified Signal Person Training & Certification. Click Here for more information on these training programs or call 813-679-2525.
Who should attend
All individuals who are associated with fall protection and rigging activities:
- Riggers & rigging inspectors
- Safety and training personnel
- Quality personnel
Duration: 5 hours
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- Learn invaluable technical information which will help provide a more efficient and safe workplace
- Learn how to identify hazardous situations that could cause injury or death
- Learn the latest information available on OSHA/ASME/ANSI regulations related to fall protection and rigging safety
- Basic Introduction to Rigging Inspection
- Risk Management and the Basic Rigging Plan at the Load Hook
- Rigging Principles
- Loads on Rigging and the Rigging Triangle
- Application of Rigging Hardware
- Inspection of Rigging Hardware
- Application of Slings
- Standard Method (B30.5) Hand Signals
- Be competent in the application of the type of signals used
- Basic understanding of crane operations and limitations (Sshock load, dynamic swings and boom defection)
- Load Limitations
- Power Lines
- Special Signals
- Emergency Signal