Rigging & Slinging
RIGGER III (up to 20 Ton) 3 days.
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RIGGER III (up to 20 Ton) 3 days. RIGGER II: ( 20 to 40 Ton) 5 days. RIGGER I: (40 Ton to 150 Ton) 5 days. BASIC RIGGING & Lifting 1 day. Banksman- Slinger 1 day. For all personnel involved in rigging and slingingc operations. In addition, Crane and forklift operators, supervisors, HSE advisors and safety reps. Rigging, Lifting & Slinging operations on Oil and gas, Construction and Engineering sites are carried out worldwide on a daily basis. Unfortunately the results when things go wrong can be both dangerous and catastrophic to lives and equipment. This course will enhance the skills for personnel whom perform Rigging, Lifting & Slinging activities using Lifting Equipment and Lifting Accessories to the recognized industry standards, including the current Rigging/Moving Loads Regulations and legislation. This course will promote the best industry practice in Rigging, Slinging & Lifting methodology and Inspection of Equipment and work to the requirements of Safe use of Lifting Equipment. Depending on the client requirements Neft Energies offer a wide variety of Rigging, Lifting & Slinging courses to suit all levels of experience and knowledge such as Basic Rigging & Lifting, Banksman-Slinger Training Course, Rigger 3, Rigger 2, and Communication Use of hand sign[als Use of Chain Slings The types and grades of chains The use of SWL Charts Slinging with chain slings and collar chains The do’s and don’ts of slinging with chains Rope Slings Synthetic slings and wire rope construction and grades Types in general use and their applications Calculating tension to weight at various angles Working angles and SWL Charts Do’s and don’ts of synthetic slings and wire ropes in slinging Synthetic Slings The types of slings in use and their applications Identification of SWL The do’s and don’ts of slinging with synthetic slings General Safety Standards and Legislation pertaining to slinging Testing, storing and using chain, synthetic slings emphasizing safe working methods The basic principles of handling moving loads Using eye bolts and shackles etc. when lifting Appreciation of working with cranes and the correct use of hand signals Calculating weights and centers of gravity loads Practical Slinging and Operating – The Principle of Slinging Estimating the weights of various objects – the seen and hidden factors affecting the weights Selection of correct equipment Correct use of sling angles Safe working load – correct sling angle