CICB Rigger Class A
- Length: 3-5 Days (Customized Course)
- Regulations: Meets applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME standards (see below)
CICB’s Rigger Class A Training program is a fully customizable program, uniquely tailored to your company needs. The program typically is between four and five days long, and this training meets all the requirements for qualifying your riggers, with the addition of the complex scenarios unique to your lifts.
The course is math intensive and will assist any organization in maintaining compliance with all applicable regulations and accepted safety standards. This course of instruction provides uniform guidance for an organization to develop and manage an effective and efficient program for management to utilize in the proper use and inspection of rigging and rigging hardware.
The pre-requisite requirements for this program are that candidates must either have passed CICB’s Basic Rigger program or possess documentation from a nationally accredited rigging program such as NCCCO’s Rigger Level I.
The objectives of this dynamic program involve moving loads with non-traditional cranes, often with space limitations. The course is heavy in math, lifting calculations and team exercises. The information provided in the classroom is reinforced with hands-on application sessions with rigging equipment at CICB’s Houston and Orlando training facilities or at your site. All personnel attending this three-day program will gain significant and useful rigging techniques and skills.
CICB’s Class A Rigger program is particularly useful in industries with space limitation situations typically found in manufacturing, ship building and repair, machinery moving, and offshore drilling and production.
Types of Cranes and Rigging/Rigging Hardware:
- Overhead Cranes
- Gantry Cranes
- Underhung and Monorail Cranes
- Mobile Cranes
- Wire Rope
- Related Slings and Rigging Hardware
- Rollers (Dollies/Trucks)
- Spreader and Equalizer Beams
- Jacks and Supporting Systems
- Required Documentation
Applicable Regulations and Safety Standards:
- Operating Practices for Hoisting and Rigging Operations
- Understanding the Three Levels of Inspections
- Developing an Effective and Practical Rigging Inspection Program
- Inspection Techniques and Applicable Documentation
- Organizational Responsibilities
- Wire Rope Technology
- Types of Communication and Proper Communication Methods
- Mobile Crane Load Charts
- Different Types of Slings and Their Advantages and Disadvantages
- Calculating Weights of Normal and Complex Forms
- Interpreting Rigging Cards and Rigging Hardware Cards
- Determine Sling Loading and Loading on Rigging Hardware
- Proper Use of Slings and Rigging Hardware
- Below the Hook Lifting Devices
- Dynamic Loading During Crane Operations
- Determine Load Weights
- Lift Planning Procedures and Supporting Documentation
- Determine Load Centers of Gravity of Symmetrical and Non-Symmetrical Loads
- Critical Lift Planning and Supporting Documentation
- Multi-Crane Lift Planning Procedures for Complex Lifts
- Determine Individual Crane’s Load Share
- Drifting Loads and Determine Forces Incurred
- Moving Loads with Rollers
- Moving Loads on Inclined Surfaces
- Proper Use of Jacks
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