• Rigger Slinging & Rigging Course UAE Slinging & Rigging Rawalpindi, Islamabad O3035530865, O32196067
  • Rigger Slinging & Rigging Course UAE Slinging & Rigging Rawalpindi, Islamabad O3035530865, O32196067

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Rigger Slinging & Rigging Course UAE Slinging & Rigging Rawalpindi, Islamabad O3035530865, O32196067

Lahore Ring Road, Block E Fazaia Housing Society, Lahore, Pakistan

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Rigger Slinging & Rigging Course UAE Slinging & Rigging Rawalpindi, Islamabad O3035530865, O3219606785 UAE Slinging & Rigging Rawalpindi

COURSE OBJECTIVESOn completion of this course the learner will be capable of:Being aware of the statutory requirements, regulations and approved codes of practices regarding rigging equipment together with the learners obligations to Site SafetyIdentifying basic equipment used in riggingUsing basic items of rigging equipment safely and effectivelySelecting and using the correct equipment for the taskInspection and use of different types of lifting equipmentCalculations required in rigging to include weight calculation, required angles, how to use sling chartsTying knots, bends and hitchesLifting safely both out of balance loads, balanced loads and tandem lifting.COURSE SYLLABUSRigging principles and terminologyRelevant legislation and ACOPsSafe systems of workRisk assessment, planning and control of lifting operationsEnsure the area is suitable for lifting activitiesLifting equipment pre and post use inspection, including certificationSafe and correct use of different types of lifting equipmentSelection of the appropriate lifting accessories for different types of loadsLifting accessories and their applicationsSling various loads including balanced, unbalance and loose Equipment identification and selectionWeight identification, different ways to calculate the loads weightCarry out lifts to given instructions Placement of and setting down loadsDisconnection of lifting accessories from the loadUse of recommended hand signals and radiosKeep within safe working parameters Awareness of crane operating principles Awareness of conflicting activitiesEnvironmental factors that could influence lifting operationsCorrect procedure for the storage of lifting equipment Awareness of manual handlingAppreciation of dynamic factors Typing knots, bends and hitches – their uses and applications Typical types of lifting equipment and accessories that the candidate would use will include:Chain slingsWire rope slingsFibre slingsShacklesEyeboltsMaster linksChainblocksPulliftsTirfors & tirfor wiresBeam clampsBeam trolleysJacks etc.Recapitulation and Written ExaminationAdvance Rigging COURSE OBJECTIVESOn completion of the training course the learners should be capable of:Identifying and selecting the correct lifting equipment and lifting accessories. Be competent in slinging methodology and have the skills to plan a safe liftInspecting and identifying equipment and pre-use checksSelecting and using synthetic slingsCalculations involved in Moving Loads including tension on sling legs, weight, centre of gravity etc.The safety precautions when lifting heavy objects or off centre liftsPlanning and moving loads including transfer of loads using various equipmentHow winches are used, their safe operation and gaining a mechanical advantage with snatch and sheave blocksBe able to complete a working Lift Plan including selection of equipment and positioning of equipmentBe able to signal a mobile crane to BS7121 standardsCOURSE SYLLABUSNB: This course includes a recap of the theory and practice of all the subjects dealt with in the Basic Rigging Part 1 Course. There is , however, much more involvement of the learners who will be required to carry out the requisite engineering calculations and to plan, select the appropriate equipment, and carry out all the practical work as team exercises.IntroductionCentre Safety and Domestic ArrangementsUse of ChainsInspection and maintenanceUse of safe working load chartsTypes and grades of chains in useHow to identify grades and typesSlinging with chain slings and collar chainsWire Rope and Wire Rope SlingsWire rope construction and gradesUse of wire ropesTypes of wire rope slings and their applicationsWire rope slings – Do’s and Don’ts in slingingInspection and maintenanceWorking angles and SWL ChartsCalculating tension to weight at varying anglesFilms showing testing and use of chain and wire slings,Wire and fibre rope blocks reeving and maintenanceCalculate head loading and lead rope pullUse of snatch blocksUse of winchesUse of wire rope grips DIN 11 42How to calculate the amount of wire that will go on to a winch drumUse of blondin wire, if allowedSynthetic SlingsInspection and maintenanceUse of safe working load chartsTypes and grades of chains in useHow to identify grades and typesSlinging with chain slings and collar chainsWire rope slings – Do’s and Don’ts in slingingInspection and maintenanceWorking angles and SWL ChartsCalculating rope required to make a liftCalculate lift lead rope going onto winchTyping knots, bend and hitches – their uses and applicationsUse of chain blocksLifting out of balance loadsCentres of gravityHow to arrange slings and work out angles and their effect on the SWL of the equipmentsWorking with cranesTandem lifting and associated hazardsCalculate weightComplete a lift planSafe use of pull-lifts, tirfors, shackles, eye bolts, plate clamps etc.General rigging safetyHealth & Safety at Work ActLifting Appliances in TandemTop lifting in tandem. Top lifting with bottom control. Transfer of loads.Special Lifting AttachmentsLugs, trunnions and lifting points. Crane hook attachments.Special lifting beams.(The learners will plan a “Lift” selecting the correct equipment for rigging and carrying out a lift).Written and Practical ExaminationSLINGER/SIGNALLER

COURSE OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of this course the delegate will:Have a working knowledge of all relevant current legislation relating to lifting and slinging and of general site and workshop safety standards.Be able to select and use chains and chain slingsBe able to select and use synthetic slingsUse ‘Safe Working Load’ ChartsHave a working knowledge of Slinging and moving loadsBe able to Signal a mobile crane using the correct hand signalsBe able to calculate the weights and centres of gravity of loads and taking these factors into account of slinging and moving sameCOURSE SYLLABUSPractical Slinging and Operating – The Principle of SlingingEstimating the weights of various objects – the seen and hidden factors affecting the weightsSelection of correct equipmentCorrect use of slinging anglesSafe working load – correct sling angleChecking of slingsCentre of gravity of the loadCorrect load distributionAccident prevention – precautions to be taken to prevent load slipping and safeguards against out of balance effectsAssessment

SLINGING FOUNDATION COURSE

To enhance skills enabling delegates to carry out lifting and slinging tasks in a safe and correct manner.

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Clients must make suitable lifting equipment and accessories available for the practical elements of onsite courses for delegates to practice on.able to:Use their working knowledge of relevant current legislation relating to lifting and slinging and of general site and workshop safety standards.Select and use chains and chain slingsSelect and use synthetic slingsSelect and use wire rope slingsSelect and use shacklesSelect and use eye boltsUse ‘Safe Working Load’ ChartsCalculate the dynamic forces in inclined loading of lifting accessoriesThey will also be familiar with lifting equipment and lifting accessories inspection, maintenance and storage procedures.COURSE SYLLABUSCommunicationUse of hand signalsUse of Chain SlingsThe types and grades of chainsThe use of SWL ChartsSlinging with chain slings and collar chainsThe do’s and don’ts of slinging with chainsRope SlingsSynthetic slings and wire rope construction and gradesTypes in general use and their applicationsCalculating tension to weight at various anglesWorking angles and SWL ChartsDo’s and don’ts of synthetic slings and wire ropes in slingingSynthetic SlingsThe types of slings in use and their applicationsIdentification of SWLThe do’s and don’ts of slinging with synthetic slingsGeneralSafety Standards and Legislation pertaining to slingingTesting, storing and using chain, synthetic slings and wire rope slings emphasising safe working methodsThe basic principles of handling moving loadsUsing eye bolts and shackles etc. when liftingAppreciation of working with cranes and the correct use of hand signalsCalculating weights and centres of gravity loadsPractical Slinging and Operating – The Principle of SlingingEstimating the weights of various objects – the seen and hidden factors affecting the weightsSelection of correct equipmentCorrect use of sling anglesSafe working load – correct sling angle Checking of slings Centre of gravity of the loadCorrect load distributionAccident prevention – precautions to be taken to prevent load slipping and safeguards against out of balance effects Assessment Summary of course content, question and discussion End of Course Assessment and Test

 

Basic Rigging COURSE 

OBJECTIVESOn completion of this course the learner will be capable of:Being aware of the statutory requirements, regulations and approved codes of practices regarding rigging equipment together with the learners obligations to Site SafetyIdentifying basic equipment used in riggingUsing basic items of rigging equipment safely and effectivelySelecting and using the correct equipment for the taskInspection and use of different types of lifting equipmentCalculations required in rigging to include weight calculation, required angles, how to use sling chartsTying knots, bends and hitchesLifting safely both out of balance loads, balanced loads and tandem lifting.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Rigging  principles and terminologyRelevant legislation and ACOPs Safe systems of workRisk assessment, planning and control of lifting operationsEnsure the area is suitable for lifting activities Lifting equipment pre and post use inspection, including certification Safe and correct use of different types of lifting equipment Selection of the appropriate lifting accessories for different types of loads Lifting accessories and their applicationsSling various loads including balanced, unbalance and loose Equipment identification and selection Weight identification, different ways to calculate the loads weightCarry out lifts to given instructionsPlacement of and setting down loadsDisconnection of lifting accessories from the loadUse of recommended hand signals and radiosKeep within safe working parametersAwareness of crane operating principlesAwareness of conflicting activitiesEnvironmental factors that could influence lifting operationsCorrect procedure for the storage of lifting equipmentAwareness of manual handlingAppreciation of dynamic factorsTyping knots, bends and hitches – their uses and applicationsTypical types of lifting equipment and accessories that the candidate would use will include:Chain slingsWire rope slingsFibre slingsShacklesEyeboltsMaster linksChainblocksPulliftsTirfors & tirfor wiresBeam clampsBeam trolleysJacks etc.Recapitulation and Written Examination

ADVANCED RIGGINGbCOURSE OBJECTIVESOn completion of the training course the learners should be capable of:Identifying and selecting the correct lifting equipment and lifting accessories. Be competent in slinging methodology and have the skills to plan a safe liftInspecting and identifying equipment and pre-use checksSelecting and using synthetic slingsCalculations involved in Moving Loads including tension on sling legs, weight, centre of gravity etc.The safety precautions when lifting heavy objects or off centre liftsPlanning and moving loads including transfer of loads using various equipmentHow winches are used, their safe operation and gaining a mechanical advantage with snatch and sheave blocksBe able to complete a working Lift Plan including selection of equipment and positioning of equipmentBe able to signal a mobile crane to BS7121 standardsCOURSE SYLLABUSNB: This course includes a recap of the theory and practice of all the subjects dealt with in the Basic Rigging Part 1 Course. There is , however, much more involvement of the learners who will be required to carry out the requisite engineering calculations and to plan, select the appropriate equipment, and carry out all the practical work as team exercises.IntroductionCentre Safety and Domestic ArrangementsUse of ChainsInspection and maintenanceUse of safe working load chartsTypes and grades of chains in useHow to identify grades and types Slinging with chain slings and collar chains Wire Rope and Wire Rope SlingsWire rope construction and gradesUse of wire ropes Types of wire rope slings and their applications Wire rope slings – Do’s and Don’ts in slinging Inspection and maintenance Working angles and SWL Charts Calculating tension to weight at varying angles Films showing testing and use of chain and wire slings,Wire and fibre rope blocks reeving and maintenance Calculate head loading and lead rope pullUse of snatch blocks Use of winchesUse of wire rope grips DIN 11 42How to calculate the amount of wire that will go on to a winch drumUse of blondin wire, if allowed Synthetic Slings Inspection and maintenanceUse of safe working load charts Types and grades of chains in useHow to identify grades and typesSlinging with chain slings and collar chainsWire rope slings – Do’s and Don’ts in slingingInspection and maintenanceWorking angles and SWL ChartsCalculating rope required to make a lift Calculate lift lead rope going onto winchTyping knots, bend and hitches – their uses and applicationsUse of chain blocksLifting out of balance loadsCentres of gravityHow to arrange slings and work out angles and their effect on the SWL of the equipments Working with cranesTandem lifting and associated hazardsCalculate weightComplete a lift planSafe use of pull-lifts, tirfors, shackles, eye bolts, plate clamps etc.General rigging safetyHealth & Safety at Work ActLifting Appliances in TandemTop lifting in tandem. Top lifting with bottom control. Transfer of loads.Special Lifting AttachmentsLugs, trunnions and lifting points. Crane hook attachments.Special lifting beams.(The learners will plan a “Lift” selecting the correct equipment for rigging and carrying out a lift).Written and Practical Examination RIGGING REFRESHER COURSE COURSE OBJECTIVESOn successful completion of the course delegates will have an understanding of:The Rigging Regulations and Practices of the Construction Industry Working knowledge of the correct lifting equipment used in various lifting techniquesSelecting and using slings including chains, wire rope and synthetics Working knowledge in the use of lifting and rigging equipment for out of balance loadsSimple calculations used in lifting and riggingThe document control required for lifting equipmentCOURSE SYLLABUS RegulationsHealth and Safety at Work ActLOLER and PUWER Statutory InstrumentsGeneral Site Safety Documentation Documentation ControlTest Certificates Lifting Appliances Application of winches, cranes, pull lifts etc.Use of chains, wire ropes etc.CalculationsUse of calculations to determine safe working loads and tensional factors.Errors Common errors highlighted in the use and selection of lifting gear and equipment.Lifting Various types of lifting i.e. Tandem, out of balance loads, etc.Question and Answer – Covering Objectives

SLINGING, SIGNALLINGCOURSE OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of this course the delegate will be capable of correctly and safely:Selecting and using wire rope slings/fibre slings and webbing belt slingsSelecting and using synthetic slingsUsing ‘Safe Working Load’ ChartsSlinging and moving loadsWorking with cranes and correctly using hand signalsUse of general rigging equipmentCalculating the weights and centres of gravity of loads and taking these factors into account. They will also have a working knowledge of all relevant legislation relating to lifting, slinging and rigging. They will be familiar with lifting equipment inspection procedures.COURSE SYLLABUSCommunicationUse of hand signals to BS7121 Standards.Synthetic SlingsTypes in general use and their applicationsCalculating tension to weight at various angles Working angles and SWL ChartsDo’s and don’ts of ropes in slinging Chain SlingsTypes in general use and their applications Calculating tension to weight at various anglesWorking angles and SWL ChartsDo’s and don’ts of ropes in slingingWire SlingsTypesUseSafe Working LoadsDo’s and Don’tsGeneralSafety Standards and Legislation pertaining to slingingTesting, storing and using chain and wire rope slings emphasising safe working methodsThe basic principles of handling moving loadsUsing eye bolts and shackles etc. when liftingAppreciation of working with cranes and the correct use of hand signalsChain BlocksCalculating weights and centres of gravity loadsUse of Turfers and Pull liftsLIFTING ACCESSORIES INSPECTION COURSE (LIFTING GEAR INSPECTION) COURSE OBJECTIVESOn completion of the course the delegate will:Be aware of current legislation and safety regulations regarding lifting equipment and lifting accessories Be able to understand the identification and correct use of lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesBe able to recognise visual defects and/or weakness’ of lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesBe aware of methods of control, maintenance and storage of lifting equipment and lifting accessories Be capable of implementing the criteria for the rejection of faulty lifting equipment and lifting accessories.COURSE SYLLABUS Legislations Health & Safety At Work Act 1974 LOLER & PUWER Management of Health & Safety At Work Regulations 1992 Statutory Requirements Registers and records of inspection for lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesTest certificates Inspections Recognition of visual defects and weaknesses in lifting equipment and lifting accessories and the effect on the SWL Implementation of the criteria for rejection of faulty lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesLifting Equipment and Accessories Understanding the usage and possible defects in:ChainsWire ropeSynthetic slingsFibre ropesShacklesEyeboltsBeam clampsPlate grabsChain hoistsHooksWire rope winchesBeam trolleysRigging screwsJacksProof Lead Test and Safety Factors on Lifting EquipmentStore KeepingSafe handling and storage of lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesRe-cap and general discussionEnd of Course Assessment TestInspectionsRecognition of visual defects and weaknesses in lifting equipment and lifting accessories and the effect on the SWL of sameImplementation of the criteria for rejection of faulty lifting equipment and lifting accessoriesLifting Equipment and Accessories Understanding the usage and possible defects in:ChainsWire ropeSynthetic slingsFibre ropes Shackles Eyebolts Beam clamps Plate grabs Chain hoists Hooks Wire rope winches Beam trolleys Rigging screws Jacks Proof Lead Test and Safety Factors on Lifting Equipment Store Keeping Safe handling and storage of lifting equipment and lifting accessories Re-cap and general discussion End of Course Assessment Test

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