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Intermediate Rigging 

Description

This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate level person whose work assignments involve some rigging activity. All industries and their employees who handle and move loads or products during their daily activities would benefit by taking the ITI Intermediate Rigging Course. 

Objectives 

Upon successful completion of the course, students will have a greater understanding of common rigging activities and be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skill necessary to perform daily rigging tasks safely. 

NOTE – The ITI Intermediate Rigging course will help prepared candidates for the NCCCO Rigger Level I exams 

Agenda 

The Intermediate Rigging course will cover the following topics:

  • Terms and Definitions 
  • D/d Ratio 
  • Effects of Shock Loading 
  • Rigging Gear Inspection 
  • Load Control/CG 
  • Load Weight Estimation 
  • Load Factors for Sling Legs 
  • Hitches and Rigging Points 
  • Rigger’s Checklist 
  • Crane Hand Signals

Assessment 

Successful students will be required to complete a written exam following the completion of the course and successfully complete any practical demonstration and/or group exercises

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