RG-200 – Rigger Level I

Course Name: Rigger Level I
Course #: RG-200
Course Length (Days): 1
Who Should Attend: Any person responsible for the selection, inspection and operation of rigging slings, equipment, and hardware for the purpose of attaching loads to overhead cranes and hoists including persons directing the movements of a crane.
Required for Successful Completion: Pass both a written and practical examination.
Course Description: The information presented in this course teaches individuals the Occupational Safety and Health Administration §1910.184 regulations and applicable ASME B30 standards.
Topic covered: Rigging Terminology & Definitions

OSHA & National Consensus Standards Overview Estimating Load Weights

Hitch Types Hitch Reductions

Sling Inspection, Selection and Operation

Rigging Hardware Inspection, Selection and Operation Center of Gravity

Load Angle Effect Capacity Charts ASME Hand Signals

Applicable Regulations & Standards: OSHA §1910.184 “Slings”

ASME B30.2 “Overhead and Gantry Cranes” ASME B30.9 “slings

ASME B30.10 “Hooks”

ASME B30.20 “Below the Hook Lifting Devices”

ASME B30.26 “Rigging Hardware”

Skills

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June 25, 2024