Rigging Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments (2019 Update) Rigging Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments (2019 Update)

Crane Safety Collection by Training Network

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$249.95
V165
2019
4263-DVD-E
15 min

When it comes to crane operations, rigging can often be the weak link that causes an accident. The loads that cranes lift can come in all shapes and sizes which can cause serious problems if they are mishandled. Loads that have been improperly rigged can be dumped on the ground, start to spin, or swing out of control, all of which create hazards for anything or anyone near them. This video reviews the hazards associated with rigging and moving loads and discusses the equipment and safe work practices that employees should use to avoid them. Upon completing the course, employees should: understand the role that a rigger plays in preventing accidents and injuries during crane operations, know the appropriate equipment and procedures to use when rigging different types of loads, and know the safe work practices they should follow when raising, moving and lowering a crane's load.


Topics covered also include:

  • Rigging and crane safety
  • Choosing the right sling for the load
  • Types of hitches and how to use them
  • Hand signals
  • Lifting, moving and lowering a load safely
  • And more.

 

Associated Regulations:
1910 Subpart B - Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 - Construction work.; 1910 Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage, 1910.179 - Overhead and gantry cranes.; 1910.184 - Slings.

When it comes to crane operations, rigging can often be the weak link that causes an accident. The loads that cranes lift can come in all shapes and sizes which can cause serious problems if they are mishandled. Loads that have been improperly rigged can be dumped on the ground, start to spin, or swing out of control, all of which create hazards for anything or anyone near them. This video reviews the hazards associated with rigging and moving loads and discusses the equipment and safe work practices that employees should use to avoid them. Upon completing the course, employees should: understand the role that a rigger plays in preventing accidents and injuries during crane operations, know the appropriate equipment and procedures to use when rigging different types of loads, and know the safe work practices they should follow when raising, moving and lowering a crane's load.


Topics covered also include:

  • Rigging and crane safety
  • Choosing the right sling for the load
  • Types of hitches and how to use them
  • Hand signals
  • Lifting, moving and lowering a load safely
  • And more.

 

Associated Regulations:
1910 Subpart B - Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 - Construction work.; 1910 Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage, 1910.179 - Overhead and gantry cranes.; 1910.184 - Slings.

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