This program will show you what goes into a successful lift. It will describe the rigging plan, the steps necessary to rig a load and execute a lift, and the correct way to handle the rigging equipment when a lift has been completed. It covers:
- The rigging plan
- Equipment requirements
- Environmental factors
- Lift preparation and safety
Added features and benefits of DVD training include:
- A customizable PowerPoint presentation
- Informative training points and bonus material for refresher or training talks
- Video-enriched training organized by learning objectives that facilitates discussion
- A printable Leader's Guide
- Resourceful web links to organizations such as OSHA, FEMA, NSC and the CDC, where viewers can download and print information on regulatory standards.
This handbook reviews information you need to plan and execute a lift. It provides a useful guide for rigging techniques, environmental considerations, communication and inspection.
While the number of pages varies, most handbooks are 16 pages in length and include a tear-out quiz.
Handbooks must be purchased in packs of 10. When ordering, enter the number of packs you would like to purchase. For example, if you would like to order 50 handbooks, enter "5" in the quantity field.
Quantity discounts are available for orders of 10 or more packs. Call 1-877-262-7825 for more information.
Rigging: Operations is part two of the Rigging two-part training series.
In this course, students will learn how to plan a lift, what to inspect prior to and during a lift, and the factors to analyze while performing a lift — such as how the center of gravity affects a lift, the affect the working load limit has on the sling assembly, and how environmental factors can affect the rigging plan. In addition, there are general inspection requirements to adhere to as well as maintenance and storage protocols that must be addressed.
Course objectives include:
- Describe the factors to consider for planning a safe lift — such as load characteristics, equipment requirements, and environmental factors influencing a lift
- Identify general inspection requirements for rigging gear
- Describe the differences between the requirements for using wire rope, fiber rope, and synthetic webbing
- Identify inspection requirements for hardware attachments and assembled rigging
- Recognize the procedures for successfully performing a lift
- Explain how to care for and store slings, wire ropes, fiber ropes, and synthetic webbing.
Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:
- Help with course navigation
- Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
- Facilitate classroom discussion.
If you're at a loss how to plan your rigging operations, then this course is for you. It's a step-by-step guide that examines the ins and outs of the process. Train your workers on equipment requirements, load characteristics, and environmental factors. Ensure that they follow inspection procedures and heed safety advice on load lifting and equipment maintenance. This course also discusses the rigging plan, equipment requirements, environmental factors, and safe lift preparation.
Planning the Lift
- The Rigging Plan
- Load Characteristics
- Equipment Requirements
- Environmental Factors
- Inspection Requirements
- Inspecting Wire Rope
- Inspecting Synthetic Webbing
- Inspecting Hardware Attachments
- Inspecting Assembled Rigging
Performing the Lift
- Lift Preparation
- Lifting the Load
- Lift Safety
Gear Maintenance and Storage
- Sling Care and Use
- Wire Rope and Synthetic Webbing