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Federal OSHA and ANSI
Classroom (4 hours): Federal OSHA 1910.184, ANSI B30.9, synthetic and manila rope, chains, material handling gear, load planning.
Field Training (12 hours): Hands-on training: Practical exercises on tying rope knots, rigging, rotating a box, and selection of proper rigging equipment.
Module II: Splicing
Classroom (4 hours): Sling angle factors, splicing of Samson Braid, three strand synthetic rope, load chart interpretation.
Field Training (12 hours): Hands-on training: Splicing, whipping, coiling of wire rope on a drum, identifying different wire rope.
This class is intended to train personnel in the safe operation of rigging equipment.
This is an eight-hour class that will provide the student with the knowledge and skills needed to safely accomplish a rigging job. Also covered in the class will be proper rigging technique and theory, proper tool for the proper job, and sling angle factor.
Topics covered in the classroom are proper rigging technique in the use of rigging equipment, slings, pick point, knots, splicing, block angles, jack points, and center of gravity.
At the conclusion of the lecture each student will be required to pass a written examination.
The practical portion of the class will include a four hour hands-on inspection of rigging equipment and rigging tasks.
At the conclusion of the practical section each student will be required to pass specific tasks set up by the instructor.
Class size: Maximum five students per class.
Class length: Four hours classroom, four hours field training.
Review of Safety Rules
Classroom (8 hours): Review of your safety rules, OSHA 1910.184, breaking strength of wire rope, angle factors, and materials handling gear. Lecture on synthetic rope with practical hands-on splicing, tying knots, and making hitches.
Field Training (8 hours): Seizing wire rope, correct coiling and uncoiling of wire rope, spooling of wire on a drum, and drum and reel capacities
Sheaves, Blocks, and Rigging Loads
Classroom (8 hours): Discussion on blocks and sheaves as they pertain to the job, inspection and care of blocks and sheaves, rigging loads, pick points, and whipping steel and synthetic rope.
Field Training (8 hours): Rigging loads to determine weight of load, center of gravity, pick points, conditions to consider, sling angle factor, rigging for the proper parts of line on falls, and whipping of steel and synthetic rope.