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RIGGER / SIGNAL PERSON CERTIFICATIONS LEVEL I

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This section introduces the trainee to the basic principles of rigging and competent, safe signaling. Below you will find a comprehensive overview of this course. If you have any questions, or need further assistance we encourage you to give us a call and speak with one of our certified instructors today.

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This section introduces the trainee to the basic principles of rigging and competent, safe signaling. Below you will find a comprehensive overview of this course. If you have any questions, or need further assistance we encourage you to give us a call and speak with one of our certified instructors today.

Introduction, Sec. 1.

This section introduces the trainee to the basic principles of rigging and competent, safe signaling.

Section 2 , Glossary

This section explains basic terminology used in safe rigging operations.

Section 3 , Inspections

This section covers all ANSI and ASME inspection guidelines for all slings, rigging hardware, and lifting devices.

Section 4 , Slings/ Hardware

This section introduces all the types of slings and rigging hardware used in rigging applications.

Section 5 , Hitches

–The following section demonstrates the proper use of rigging in all the combinations and all safety concerns that apply to them.

Section 6 , Knots

–This section illustrates and demonstrates type of basic knots and their uses in the rigging industry.

Section 7 , Sling Stress

–This section teaches how to understand the sling stress by understanding the specific type of angle places on hitches.

Section 8 , NCCCO Reference Booklet

–This book introduces the rigger/signal person trainee to the type of rigging and their many vary uses, as well as personal requirements for rigging/signal person qualifications.

Section 9 , Signals

–This section covers all the standard industry methods, hand signals (verbal & nonverbal) for proper material movements.

Section 10 , Rigging Emergency Procedures

This section covers accident prevention for the following situations, powerline contact, pinch points, full body positioning, and loud stability.

Section 11 , B30.9

The ASME has developed codes and standards under the procedure accredited as meeting the criteria of the American National Standards Committee.

Section 12 , B30.10, B30.20, B30.26

The ASME has developed codes and standards under the procedure accredited as meeting the criteria of the American National Standards Committee.

Section 13 , Crane Operations Primary Terminology

This section covers basic crane terminology that is associated with the standard method hand signals and how the two relate to one another.

Section 14 , Test Day and Graduation