Practically every production environment requires people on the floor to safely move heavy loads within the facility. This could include moving a large workpiece, transporting raw material, or installing equipment. Even though rigging takes place in almost every environment, these tasks must be done safely and with the right equipment to avoid injury.
Who should attend
Employers must determine whether a person is qualified to perform specific rigging tasks. Each qualified rigger may have different credentials or experience. A qualified rigger is a person that:
- possesses a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or
- has extensive knowledge, training, and experience, and
- can successfully demonstrate the ability to solve problems related to rigging loads.
- Crane and Rigging Training
- Mobile RT Crane Operator
- Mobile Crawler Crane Operator
- Overhead Crane Operator
- Pedestal Crane Operator
- Basic Rigging, Journeyman Rigging, Advanced Rigging
- Forklift Operator
- Aerial Lift Operator
- Earth Moving Equipment
- Hands-on Training and Evaluation