Whether fixing power lines or building bridges, rigging safe lifts are important aspects of many careers. It is imperative to ensure you and your team are safe when at a work site that requires rigging. Some careers that could require rigging training include:
- Arborists & other tree workers
- Tow workers
- Construction workers
- Oil and shipyard riggers
- Crane operators
- Theater production supervisors and riggers
- Lighting technicians
OSHA details qualified rigger requirements in OSHA §1926 Subpart CC and in General Industry OSHA §1910. At our Academy for Rigging and Fall Protection, we offer a wide array of exceptional rigging classes that satisfy OSHA requirements. Available rigging classes include:
- Qualified Rigger Level 1
- Qualified Rigger Level 2
- Qualified Signal Person
- Rigging Seminars (overview/refresher, not intended to meet OSHA Qualified Rigger requirement)
In our new Qualified Rigger classes, you can learn power line safety, how to identify and use different sling types, how to determine load weight, and so much more. We also offer a new Qualified Signal Person class, where we certify you as a competent and safe crane signal person. These classes are now offered at our state-of-the-art facility in Tampa. You can rest easy knowing our certified trainers, will provide you and your team with the essential training elements you need to be safe and confident when working with rigging.
Certified Slings & Supply® has been helping companies and their teams stay safe and knowledgeable for more than 50 years. If you and your team need training on rigging or fall protection, or you have any questions about our classes, please call Certified Slings & Supply® at 1-888-486-1242 to speak with the Academy Coordinator today.