Rigger Level 3 (USA, Canada Certificate) Course in Islamabad - Islamabad

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

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City: Islamabad
Offer type: Offer


Contact name oasis institute
Phone 03165643400

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Rigger Level 3 (USA, Canada Certificate) Course in Islamabad O3363333792, O3165643400, Rigger Level 3 (USA, Canada Certificate) Course in Islamabad O3363333792, O3165643400
Rigger Level 3 Course in Islamabad, Rigger Level 3 Course in Rawalpindi, Rigger Level 3 Course in Lahore, Rigger Level 3 Course in Faisalabad, Rigger Level 3 Course in Multan, Rigger Level 3 Course in Peshawar, Rigger Level 3 Course in Mardan, Rigger Level 3 Course in Swat, Rigger Level 3 Course in Karak, In addition to the subjects of the Journeyman rigger course, this program includes instruction on the use of rigging tools such as; come-alongs, jacks, rollers, blocking, tension on block and tackle arrangements, use of overhead beams as rigging supports, beam clamps, trolleys, and winching and drifting loads. Detailed load planning rounds out this training for the person who must ensure that all aspects of the rigging job are properly assessed and that safety is assured. Before being allowed to undertake any form of rigging work, from working with hoists through to gin poles and shear legs, you need to have both a rigging license (either from a Certificate III in Rigging or a certificate of attainment from a Registered Training Organization (RTO). As part of undergoing a rigging course, you will also receive a High Risk Work (HRW) License, which is also a requirement to have before working on potentially dangerous worksites. It should also be noted that if you are managing a construction or worksite, you are also responsible for ensuring that all the workers have had adequate training, instruction, and information to correctly undertake rigging work. There is a low I beam and catenary to practice walking on beams at low level before at height, various sized I beams at height with catenaries as used in many arena roofs. Equipment represents what you typically find on rigging events.
Rigger duties and responsibilities
Terms and definitions of various lifting/rigging terminology
Introduction to various types of slings (webbing slings, wire rope slings and chain slings)
Pre-use inspection of various types of slings
Rejection criteria of lifting accessories
Types of lifting hitches
Sling angles
Determining the slings capacity
Types of Shackles, eye bolts and hooks, chain block , turn buckles and their inspection
Proper lifting techniques
Common lifting hazards
Communication and Hand Signals during Lifting
Hazards associated with cranes operation
Practical Session
Curricula and learning objectives for the courses listed below
Guidance for knowledge and skills assessments
Instructor qualification requirements
Hardware and equipment requirements
Requirements for acquiring and maintaining accreditation
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