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RIGGER TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

 

LEVEL 1 RIGGER CERTIFICATION

LEVEL 2 ADVANCED RIGGER PROGRAM

LEVEL 2 ADVANCED RIGGER CERTIFICATION

In British Columbia WorkSafe BC requires that all rigging and slinging work must be done by or under the direct supervision of qualified workers familiar with the rigging to be used and with the code of signals authorized by the Board for controlling hoisting operations.

Providing your supervisors with the knowledge required to manage contractors on your own cranes and operators within your project or workplace to be safe, compliant and productive.

Level 1 Rigger Certification

The Certificate of Competence is valid for five years.

  • Calculation of load weights

  • Use of rigging tables to determine the required size of rigging for various loads and hitch configurations

  • Sling angle estimation

  • Recommended hitches for different load types

  • Calculation of load centre of gravity (COG)

  • Hand signals

  • Knot tying

  • Rigging inspection

  • Demonstration of 6 common hitches

  • Lift planning

  • Rigging and signalling of a load

Level 2 Advanced Rigger Program

The Certificate of Completion is valid for three years.

  • Rigging Calculations

  • Radio Communications

  • Blocks & Reeving

  • Wire Rope

  • Below the Hook Devices: Inspection and correct use

  • Crane Knowledge

  • Alternate Lifting Devices: Inspection and correct use

  • Load Turning & Load Drifting

Level 2 Advanced Rigger Certification

The Certificate of Competence is valid for five years.

  • Complex load calculations

  • Combined centre of gravity calculations

  • Sling tension calculations

  • Load turning

  • Line pull and anchor load calculations

  • Crane load chart reading

  • Radio communications

  • Wire rope terminations

  • Rejection criteria

  • Under the hook lifting devices

  • Lever hoists and chain falls

  • Winches

  • Lift planning

  • Rigging and signalling of a load