The following topics and objectives are covered in our Rigging 101 and Signal Person 101 Training. You may also refer to our rigging/signal person training brochure - View Here
- Rigging Applications: Load control and taglines
- Sling Capacities: Splicing efficiencies, hitches, D/d , sling configuration workshops, sling loading
- Load Angle Multiplier or LAM: Tension workshops
- Load Weight Estimation
- Crane Hand Signals: Mobile cranes and overhead cranes
- Identify Center of Gravity or CG locations for standard and odd shaped loads.
- Know proper tag line use.
- Know splice efficiencies of wire rope sling termination points.
- Identify the three basic hitches (vertical, choker, and basket) and their load rating efficiency.
- Know how to calculate affects of D/d ratio on wire rope slings.
- Will be able to calculate sling tension for symmetric and non-symmetric loads.
- Will be able to estimate weights of common construction materials.
- Will learn ASME 30.5 mobile crane hand signals.
- Know the difference between good and poor rigging practices.
- Inverse proportion of weight and distance rigging practices for off center loads.
Additional Class Details:
- Length of class: 8.5 to 9 hours
- Upon successful completion of course, students will receive completion certificate and a wallet sized certification card.
- Snacks and Lunch provided.
To schedule or attend an upcoming class please contact trainer, Fred Hamby by phone (505 877-1100) or by email at Fred@CraneServiceInc.com