Advanced Rigging Course
Advanced rigging training covers all basic and intermediate rigging along with rigging of gin poles, flying foxes, cable ways, shear legs, fabricated hung scaffolds and suspended scaffolds.
What you will learn
- Calculate Safe Working Load (SWL), Working Load Limit (WLL) and interpret site information such as
structural charts and plans.
- Erect and dismantle associated plant and structures in a safe manner including the correct application
and use of all rigging and safety equipment.
- Application of risk assessment and hazard control strategies
- Ensure problems and equipment faults are verified and dealt with in an appropriate manner.
- Understanding the limitations of the different types and functions of rigging, safety and associated equipment.
- Effectively communicate with others in the workplace.
- Competent in the requirements, policies and procedures for rigging and have an understanding of the hazard identification hierarchy and control
- Interpret manufacturer’s specifications regarding the inspection and maintenance of appropriate plant
- Set up plant and equipment by assessing ground bearing pressures of the full range of soil types and
associated ground conditions.
Get ahead in the industry, enrol in a highly pursued course
Advanced rigging training covers all basic and intermediate rigging along with rigging of gin poles, flying foxes, cable ways, shear legs, fabricated hung scaffolds and suspended scaffolds ensuring all elements and requirements of rigging operations are met. The training will cover aspects of advanced rigging ensuring you have the ability to plan a job, select and inspect the equipment, task set-up and finally to erect and dismantle structures and plant. All elements of the course are vital to succeed in advanced rigging.
This is a specialised course giving you the advanced skills and knowledge in rigging operations.