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RIGGER/BANKSMAN TRAINING

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INTRODUCTION

  • This course outlines an introductory awareness into Rigger / Banksman Safety,
  • Which includes but not limited to: the definition of a Rigger / Banksman,
  • Duties and Responsibilities,
  • The Hazard associated with their operations

OBJECTIVE

At the end of this Rigger / Banksman course, delegates should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic requirements of legislation, their legal obligations and responsibilities.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of sling configurations, and safety precaution
  • Knowledge on load weight estimation.
  • Select appropriate lifting equipment for each lift
  • Carryout pre-use inspection of lifting equipment
  • Use appropriate hand signals
  • Carryout successful lifting operation safely.

 

What Will You Learn?

  • Terminology, Standards, Regulation
  • Regulation
  • Standard
  • Recommended Practice
  • Organisations that develop regulation and standard
  • Certain Policies and procedures Specific for each company
  • Terminology Related to Standards and Regulations
  • Banksman/Rigger Qualification
  • Terminology and Concepts Related to Qualification and Competence
  • Physical Requirement for Rigging and Crane Operations
  • Human Factors
  • Definitions of Human Factors
  • How Human Factors Can Affect Lifting Operation
  • Language Barriers
  • Cultural Barriers
  • Common Rigging Hazards
  • Causes of Rigging Hazards
  • Responsibilities of Banksman/Rigger
  • Rigging Hardware
  • Hardware Identifications
  • Inspections
  • Shackles
  • Types of Shackles
  • Shackles Markings
  • Pre-use Inspection
  • Rejection Criteria
  • Shackle Load Chart (Bow)
  • Shackle Configuration
  • Storage
  • Hooks
  • Types of Hooks
  • Applications
  • Hook Inspection/Rejection Criteria
  • Hook Storage
  • Adjustable Hardware
  • Turnbuckles
  • Types of Turnbuckles
  • Markings
  • Turnbuckle Inspection Criteria
  • Turnbuckle Rejection Criteria
  • Turnbuckle Storage
  • Compression Hardware
  • Wedge Socket
  • Wire Rope Clips
  • Types and Use
  • Wire Rope Clip Markings
  • Wire Rope Clip Inspection
  • Wire Rope Clip Application and Operational Practice
  • Wire Rope Clip Rejection Criteria
  • Wire Rope Clip Storage
  • Marking and Colour Coding of Lifting Accessories
  • Sling and Hitches
  • Wire Rope and Components
  • Strand Construction
  • Wire Rope Finish
  • Strand Preforming
  • Rope Lay
  • Ordinary Lay
  • Lang’s Lay
  • Grade and Finish of Wire
  • Natural and Synthetic Fibre Slings
  • Inspection Criteria for Flat Synthetic Webbing Sling
  • Rejection Criteria for Flat Synthetic Webbing Sling
  • Inspection Criteria for Round Sling
  • Rejection Criteria for Round Sling
  • Hitches/Slings Configuration
  • Sling Vertical Hitch
  • Bridle Hitch
  • Sling Basket Hitch
  • Double Basket Hitch
  • Double Wrap Basket Hitch
  • Single Choker Hitch
  • Double Chocker Hitch
  • Double Wrap Choker Hitch
  • Sling Angle Factor
  • Determine the Weight of a Load
  • Determine the Centre of Gravity
  • Rating Sling
  • Uniform Load Method
  • Trigonometric Method
  • Application of Mode and Angle Factors
  • Personnel Transfer System
  • Applicable Legislation, Standard and Regulations
  • Types of Person Training System
  • Risk Awareness
  • Comparative Protection of Carrier Types
  • Equipment Requirement
  • Hand Signals
  • Basic Principals of Hand Signals
  • Essentials for Hand Signals
  • Types of Hand Signals
  • Bling Lift Signaling
  • Management of the Signaling Process

Course Content

CHAPTER ONE

  • TERMINOLOGY, STANDARDS, REGULATIONS

CHAPTER TWO

CHAPTER THREEE

CHAPTER FOUR

CHATPER FIVE

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