This OSHA compliant Qualified Rigging Signal Person, Hand, Audible and Radio program includes access to the Safety Management System for Rigger Level 1 and 2. The Qualified Rigging Signal Person, Hand, Audible and Radio course takes approximately 8 to 10 hours to complete. You have 90 days from the date you start to complete the program. Simply pace yourself and rest assured you are in good hands with us. We offer 24/7 customer support for those who are new to Rigging and we pride ourselves on continuously improving the program, we are passionately dedicated to safety.
These resources are provided to companies who have to assign and manage a team of trainees as well as individuals who have to be compliant in order to be a Qualified Rigger. Call us for group discounts, the pricing structure makes training a team of Riggers very affordable and super easy to manage.
Flexibility and convenience are a plus, there is no driving involved simply log-in and complete each assignment at your pace and when its convenient for you. The system records and documents the date started, each learning session and how much time it took the user to complete and pass the quizzes. These results are stored and emailed to you in the form of a Transcript, the Certificates are printed upon completion and wallet cards are mailed to you shortly afterwards.
Our Practical Assessment guidelines are then completed onsite using our site audit software. Call us anytime with questions.
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According to OSHA a Qualified Rigging Signal Person is required when:
• The point of operation is not in full view of the operator (1926.1419(a)).
• The operator’s view is obstructed in the direction the equipment is traveling.
• Either the operator or the person handling the load determines that a signal person is needed and If a load is attached to a hook
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OSHA requires that employers must make the documentation of the Rigging and Signal Person, Hand, Audible and Radio qualifications available at the worksite, either in paper form or electronically. The documentation must specify each type of signaling (e.g., hand signals, radio signals, etc.) for which the signal person is qualified under the requirements of the standard. Call us 614.558.1793
1. Introduction to Signaling
2. Crane Types and Components
3. Site Evaluation
4. Supporting Surfaces
5. Electrical Hazards
6. Crane Stability
7. Factors that Reduce Capacity
8. Intro to Load Charts
9. Operator Aids
11. Safe Operating Procedures
12. Hand Signals
13. OSHA Regulations
“Operator Network endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and provides training to prepare candidates for NCCCO examinations.”