Basic Rigging – Slinging
ABOUT THE COURSE
Basic Rigging and Slinging oversees the initial work of erecting the load and to ensure that all rigging work is carried out in a safe and efficient manner, adhering to the regulation and to sound established customs and practices. His first consideration must always, be directed toward the safeguarding life and limb. This consideration must extend to all persons in vicinity or likely to enter the vicinity. Two days of Basic Rigging and Slinging training is specially designed for participant who work at activities where slinging and rigging is required in the crane operation including working at height. The training aimed to help participants understand the hazard and risk working at height and how to prevent from falling accident including to enhance the competency of rigger in rigging and slinging activities.
At the end of course, the participant should be able to:
• Observe general safety-first rules and carry out his duties in a safe and responsible manner.
• Have knowledge of safe working load of the crane he is working with.
• Have a full knowledge of hand signal (API Standard and Australian Standard and BS 7121-1: 2006 Part 1: General: Code of Practice for safe use of cranes) & UoC CPCCLRG3001A.
• Understand the correct type of sling, hook shackle etc. for load.
• Have knowledge of the use of lifting beams, slings and chains.
• Understand use of rope, chain and shackle.
• Understand not to use damaged wire rope or fiber rope, slings or chain where the links are not free or kinked wire rope.
• Understand when slinging a load, pack between sling and load at all point where load has sharp corners, so as to prevent damage to sling.
• Introduction to Legislations and Procedures
• Introduction to Rigging and Slinging
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Basic Rigging Safety
• Hazards Related to Rigging
• Lifting Applications
• Structure vs Stability
• Lifting Gears
• Calculation and Selection
• Rigging Principles
◦ Hand Signals and Signaling Guidelines for Riggers
• Lifting Plan
• Pre-test and post-test
• Practical session
• Case study
• Video learning
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
• Crane operators and attendance
• Technician working with crane
• Maintenance personnel
• Members of ERT (Emergency Response Team)
• Personnels who work at height
• OSH Personnels
• Safety and Health Committee