Qualified Rigging training is required by OSHA, the records must be available on the jobsite always. These records can be electronic or in hard copy. The OperatorNetwork Employer Audited Program meets all these requirements.
Qualified Rigging training is governed by OSHA who enforces the law and the law is based on ANSI standards. The Qualified Rigging Training is to be in compliance with OSHA. A Qualified rigger works hand in hand with the crane operator, the qualified rigger in most cases must also be a qualified signal person. In many cases the Qualified Rigger is a tradesman and the Qualified Rigging Training is an addition to his or her credentials.
Many of the lifting principles the qualified rigger must know encompasses the fundamentals of crane training, the disciplines go hand in hand. Our online qualified rigging training course includes all the required lifting resources and is used for rigging certification prep. NCCO rigging level 1 and 2 are included in our online qualified rigging training we also include qualified hand signals, hand audible and radio.
Hand signals are used to instruct the Crane operator, A Qualified Signal Person must know and understand hand signals as well as the regulations associated with signaling a load that is rigged to the hook of a crane.
Qualified Rigging Training must include an understanding of the dynamics of gravity, the calculations and methods used to center the load, plus the use and inspection criteria of hardware needed to safety accomplish these tasks, these rigging principles are included with the Qualified Rigging Training.
Qualified Riggers use various tools and techniques to move their load safely and at times the placement of a load may be very difficult and may require some serious planning prior to the lift.
A qualified Rigger is quite often an experienced tradesman such as iron worker, mechanical specialist, plumber, HVAC technician, sign installer or electrician, remember that any time a worker needs to lift a heavy object, he or she must be qualified to secure the load to the hook. The load may be a tree limb, lighting fixture, machine, rebar or air conditioner. Simply put, one must understand all the principles related to lifting a load safely while using the correct hardware and equipment within the safe working load limits.
As a Qualified Rigger who completes the Qualified Rigging Training you will understand risk management and what is needed to avoid unnecessary risk, rigging safety is the key.
We all know that if a load is unstable, the load could be damaged or destroyed and the personnel below the hook can be hurt or possibly die. The cost can be extremely high after lost time, damaged goods, human life and legal procedures are accounted for. It is possible to eliminate all the risks with some basic lift planning and a robust rigging plan. This is accomplished with just a few simple steps and procedures.
Understanding the principles of rigging is what OperatorNetwork specializes in achieving. Our Qualified Rigging Training captures all the user course data and lessons learned for due diligence and proof of training.
Each employee receives a transcript, documenting the date and time the training was delivered, time spent, certificates and wallet cards.
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