IADC-DIT-Rigging and Slinging Train the Trainer
The purpose of this course is to educate students on the different types of rigging and the safe practices of rigging within sound engineering designs. These topics covered in the course are mentioned below.
Course target audience
Facility Managers, Supervisors and Employers who have responsibilities to train their employees to make them aware about work related to Rigging and Slinging.
- Knowing how to identify the load’s travel path.
- Knowing how to identify load characteristics.
- Knowing how to verify the load weight.
- Knowing how to identify the attachment points.
- How to recognize special handling requirements.
- How to recognize unsafe rigging practices such as Pinch points, Need for softeners, load stability, Shock load, Side load, Body positioning, Electrical hazards.
- Knowing how to identify hazards.
- Knowing how to communicate hazard identification.
- Knowing how to give signals by hand /radio.
- Knowing how to identify slings like Chain, Wire rope, Metal mesh, Synthetic rope, and Synthetic web. etc.
- Knowing how to identify rigging hardware likes hackles, adjustable hardware links rings, and swivels, rigging locks, hooks, Hoists etc. dollies, skates, and rollers.
- Knowing how to identify below the-hook lifting devices:
- Use of structural (lifting beams).
- Use of mechanical lifting devices (including vacuum lifting devices).
- Being in close proximity operated lifting magnets and the hazards.
- Use of remotely operated lifting magnets and the hazards.
- Use of scrap and material handling grapples and the hazards.
- Use of plate clamps.
- Use of beam and girder clamps.
- Making 2 PowerPoint presentations on the training.
- Delivering 25 Minutes Training Program to the audience based on PowerPoint presentations.
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 0 days
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
The course is deliver by classroom mode of training based on IADC approved presentation and training manual by an IADC approved tutor. The course is deliver over 2 days and the Assessment on 3rd day at the respective Training Facilities.