NCSH 201 Rigging Techniques/Inspections

Course Description: This full day course addresses basic concepts in rigging and familiarity with OSHA regulations germane to rigging operations.  Inspection procedures are covered.  The training presentation covers the use, care, maintenance and inspection of a variety of below-the-hook lifting devices including allow chain slings, wire rope slings, nylon and synthetic web slings, clevis, eyebolts, hooks and plate grabs.  Training includes both formal lecture and classroom exercises to assist students in the proper selection and use of lifting devices as well as the various types of hitches and configurations.  Students will experience practical table top exercises consisting of dimensional load calculations, component selection and proper component use to demonstrate their application of the information learned. This awareness level training is intended for those engaged in rigging activities in a broad workplace application.  1926.1400 Subpart CC requires additional training and qualification.

Days: 1 | Credits: 0.7 CEUs | $255 | Available OnSite

Course Section Dates Location
 NCSH-201-N12C  Dec. 10, 2019  Woolwich, ME