Basic Rigging Principles, Parts 1-2 (US) Rigging is the process of moving heavy loads with slings, chains, hoists, and other special tools. The equipment used for lifting and moving loads is also called rigging. Basic Rigging Principles has been split into 2 parts. The first part, describes the equipment used to rig a load, including the function, inspection and storage requirements. The second part, states the general safety rules to be observed while rigging, explains the four steps required to plan a rigging job, and covers how to plan and prepare a safe rigging job. https://www.oshapractice.com/occupational-health-safety-training-osha/general-safety-osha-training/basic-rigging-principles-parts-1-2-us/ 2019-02-09 640 400 oshapractice.com

Basic Rigging Principles, Parts 1-2 (US)

Rigging is the process of moving heavy loads with slings, chains, hoists, and other special tools. The equipment used for lifting and moving loads is also called rigging. Basic Rigging Principles has been split into 2 parts. The first part, describes the equipment used to rig a load, including the function, inspection and storage requirements. The second part, states the general safety rules to be observed while rigging, explains the four steps required to plan a rigging job, and covers how to plan and prepare a safe rigging job.

Course Included:

Basic Rigging Principles Part 1 ( 43 mins )

Rigging is a process used to secure materials to be moved by cranes, hoists or other lifting equipment. There are many factors to consider when applying slings and chains to secure a load. Improper rigging can lead to dropped loads and catastrophic failure of lifting equipment, which can cost lives. This course will describe rigging equipment and how to care for, inspect and store it.

Learning Objectives

Proper equipment used to rig a load; Inspection and storage requirements for equipment

Basic Rigging Principles Part 2 ( 21 mins )

Rigging is a process used to secure materials to be moved by cranes, hoists or other lifting equipment. There are many factors to consider when applying slings and chains to secure a load. Improper rigging can lead to dropped loads and catastrophic failure of lifting equipment, which can cost lives. This course will cover the steps required to prepare for safe rigging.

Learning Objectives

General safety rules to be observed while rigging; Steps required to plan a rigging job; How to safetly prepare for rigging; How to safely mount equipment on a load

Course Information

$49.95 $45.00

Course Duration: 84 min

Course Language: English

Course Audience: US

Course Delivery Method: Online

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