Rigging Training Course
From Crane Safety
This Crane Rigging course has been developed for those workers in charge of rigging loads for crane operation, and covers the knowledge needed by a worker to safely and properly perform the many tasks required of a rigger. The crane rigger has many responsibilities and plays an integral part in the safety of a job site where cranes are in operation. This course, built from, and adhering to, the OSHA standard for Cranes and Derricks in construction – CFR 1926.1400 – as well as the specific standard for Rigging training – CFR 1926.753 – will help to properly prepare a rigger to do their job safely and correctly. eTraining fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and will prepare candidates for the CCO certification examinations. This course has specific equivalent coverage to help prepare those for the NCCCO Level I written exam.
This fully narrated course is approximately 5-6 hours in length and is broken up into 6 parts. There will be knowledge check quizzes throughout these parts to help keep the learner on pace. These quizzes will prepare you for the final, which you will take at the end of the course.
After passing the final with a score of 70% or better, you will be able to print a personalized certificate with your name, the course you passed, the date taken, certificate number, as well as our company information should anyone need to verify the authenticity of the certificate.
This course is packed with photos, video, interactivity, and a wealth of valuable information. It is also completely self-paced, which means you can do as much or as little at one time as you like.
- Hazard Recognition
- Crane Types and Classifications
- Updated Standard Subpart CC
- Site Operations
- Employer Responsibilities
- Crane Components and Setup
- Load Movement and Hoisting
- Emergency Response
- Types, Selection, and Use of Rigging Material
- Rigging Material Inspection
- Wire Rope, Connectors, and Slings
- Chain and Synthetic Slings