OSHA Qualified Rigger Training
How to Become a Qualified Rigger Online
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If you have ever been to a construction site, you know that the noise is constant and makes it difficult at best to hear people talking. This is why specialized hand signals were developed to be able to communicate over the noise of all of the machinery.
Whether you are the rigger or just work around cranes, OSHA Pros course for qualified rigger training will provide you with the knowledge you need to help keep you and others around you safe on the construction site. Those doing the rigging in particular will also learn how to evaluate loads for proper rigging.
Certification for OSHA Standard: 29 CFR 1926.753
In This Course
- An introduction to rigging and hand signals
- Estimating weights and chapters on sling angles
- Different types of rigging gear and hand signals
- Common safety hazards
Approximate course length: 1.5 Hours
Language: English (student must be able to read and understand English to complete this course)
Testing: At the end of the course is a final exam that will test your retention and understanding of the course material
Certification: Upon your successful completion of the final exam, you will be able to print a certificate of completion. You may present your certificate to your employer or supervisor as evidence of your successful completion of this training course.
Refund Policy: 72 hours from purchase barring course completion.
Qualified Rigger Training
Our qualified rigger training provides the student with all of the necessary information to help be effective and safe while rigging and transferring loads with a crane operator. All of our online courses have been developed by Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) who have more than 20 years of experience in the field. Distilling their knowledge into our courses makes them the gold standard for OSHA training courses.
The topics that will be covered in our qualified rigger training include an introduction to both rigging as well as hand signals; estimating weights of loads as well as sections on sling angles; different types of rigging gear that is used as well as different hand signals for different scenarios; the course will also cover common safety hazards to be aware of.
Rigger Signalman Training FAQs
Knowing how to properly rig a variety of loads is an essential aspect of the ongoing safety of the construction site.
Using proper weight estimation as well as understanding how things can go wrong will keep your rigging efforts spot-on. You will then use your hand signaling to help raise loads to your team of workers so they can continue their important work.
Those who are already employed as riggers or signalmen will find this information particularly useful on their day-to-day job. Others on the team, however, can also benefit from the information in this course if they work around cranes.
Being a qualified rigger means that you have the ability to properly rig a load for a particular job. What it does not mean is that a rigger must be capable of rigging every type of rigging job. Every load that a rigger deals with have unique aspects that can make the job more or less complex.
You could be a rigger that has extensive hands-on experience rigging different loads, however, you don't have any formalized training in rigging. You would be known as a qualified rigger. On the other side, a rigger that has passed a formalized training and exam is referred to as a certified rigger.