Advanced Rigging, Part 2

4.0 7 Reviews SKU: AMRHL20CENDuration: 60 Minutes

Rigging can be described as the planned movement of a load using various types of rigging equipment. Rigging jobs can range from light lifting operations, in which simple hoisting mechanisms are used, to complex or heavy lifting procedures. This course focuses on the techniques used for lifting loads that are heavy, bulky, or hard to balance.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Capacity Charts
  • Explain how to read and interpret lifting capacity charts.
  • Load Balancing
  • Describe load balancing techniques commonly used during heavy lifting operations.
  • Heavy Lifting Procedures
  • Identify the basic procedures involved in planning a heavy lifting job using a crawler crane.
  • Identify the basic procedures involved in performing a heavy lifting job using a crawler crane.

Customer Reviews

5/14/2019

Expected course to cover more matter of actual rigging and less on Crane operation.

“Expected course to cover more matter of actual rigging and less on Crane operation.”

Harold S. Verified Customer

1/10/2019

n/a

“n/a”

Juan G. Verified Customer

12/21/2018

good

“good”

Kirk H. Verified Customer

12/11/2018

Good course. Very informative. However, I rarely do any sort of heavy rigging in my job. (Less t

“Good course. Very informative. However, I rarely do any sort of heavy rigging in my job. (Less than once a year) so it felt like a lot of this stuff I would forget.”

Daniel G. Verified Customer

12/8/2018

I was testing this AICC course issued by RedVector, added to SCORM Cloud and dispatched as SCORM, i

“I was testing this AICC course issued by RedVector, added to SCORM Cloud and dispatched as SCORM, imported as SCORM in the Convergence Training LMS, and evaluated the course for a completion.”

Nick D. Verified Customer

11/29/2018

I personally prefer to read listen to my topics as well as read them or re read to ensure a good un

“I personally prefer to read listen to my topics as well as read them or re read to ensure a good understanding”

Justin S. Verified Customer

10/28/2018

I thought it was good

“I thought it was good”

Kenyon M. Verified Customer

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