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Qualified Rigger Level Two

Duration: 1 day (up to 8 hours)
Price: $1495.00

Dates & Locations:
July 24-26, 2019 – Tampa, FL
October 23-25, 2019 – Tampa, FL (CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION)

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Upon completion of this course, the Rigging Person must demonstrate their knowledge of the safe rigging methods through a written examination. Practical examinations are performed to verify the hands-on capabilities of each participant. This course will instruct the student in the following areas: in compliance with ASME B30.9 and the latest OSHA standard; 29 CFR Part 1926.


Qualified Rigger Level 2 training provides the knowledge and skills necessary for a person to work as a journeyman level rigger. This course prepares persons to perform rigging calculations and to select and apply rigging for safe controlled load handling. As of November 2010 all “Signal Persons” and “Riggers” must be qualified in accordance with OSHA §1926 Subpart CC. Persons completing this training will understand their responsibility to ensure proper rigging methods are used and that all variables which could result in a rigging failure are accounted for through planning and proper selection of gear. Training satisfies the qualification requirements for OSHA §1926§1910, and other required qualifications.


  • An in-depth review of all Rigger Level 1 topics
  • Types of slings
  • Proper selection of slings
  • Types of hardware/rigging gear
  • Proper selection of hardware and gear
  • Below-the-hook lifting devices
  • Hooks
  • Types of hitches
  • D/d ratio
  • Using working load limit tables
  • Calculating load weight
  • Load force considerations
  • Locating the horizontal and vertical center of gravity
  • Calculating sling stress for symmetrical and non-symmetrical loads
  • Determining sling length
  • Rigger/personnel safety
  • And, much more…


  • OSHA Regulations, §1926 and 1910
  • Wire Rope Slings and Proper Use
  • Synthetic Web Slings and Proper Use
  • Synthetic Round Slings and Proper Use
  • Chain Slings and Proper Use
  • Rigging Hardware and Proper Use
  • Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices
  • Pre-Use Sling and Gear Inspection
  • Softeners and Sling Protection
  • Sling Hitches and Applications
  • How to Verify the Working Load Limit
  • Sling & Hardware Rating Charts
  • Sling Angles and their Affect on Rigging
  • Load Balance and Center of Gravity
  • How to Determine Load Weight
  • Manufacturer’s instructions, limitations, specifications and recommendations
  • Understanding The Fall Zone
  • Taglines and Their Proper Use
  • Power Line Safety
  • Assembly/Disassembly OSHA 1926 Subpart CC

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