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Course Name Industrial Rigging Safety
Category A Course No. ME 112

Course Description In this twenty hour, hands-on course you will learn how to determine safe load limits, figure balance points of loads, apply the techniques of a skilled crane operator, inspect cranes for safety and work safely while rigging.

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Who Should Attend Riggers, crane hookers, equipment setup people, crane maintenance workers, mechanical or electrical maintenance crafts, production employees, shipping and receiving personnel, crane operators, plant managers or anyone involved in the operation of a crane at your site.
Prerequisites None

Length 20 hours
Class Size Up to 12
CEU's Awarded 1.75
Format Hands-on Workshop. One lab station for every two participants.

Learning Objectives Participants will learn to:

  • Inspect the following equipment for safety:
    - Hooks - Chains
    - Nylon Slings - Chain Slings
    - Wire Rope Slings - Hoist Chain
    - Wire Rope - Metal Mesh
    - Fiber Rope - Metal Mesh Slings


  • Determine safe load limits

  • Calculate balance point of loads

  • Apply the techniques of a skilled rigger

  • Demonstrate an understanding of proper and safe sling angles for lifting loads

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