This curriculum can help you become a competitive and ideal employee, because through it you will gain knowledge oon advanced rigging practices, lift planning, and personnel lifts. This training will support you as you pursue your own professional goals, as well as helping you meet the OSHA requirements.
Table of Contents
(Total Level Hours: 65)
38301-11 Advanced Rigging (20 Hours)
Explains how the load weight and center of gravity affect a lift. Covers sling selection and spreader bar use, as well as the
use of cribbing and inclined planes. Includes case studies from three complex lifts.
38302-11 Lift Planning (40 Hours)
Provides an in-depth look at the development of a lift plan. Topics covered include reference information, load calculations,
planning for multiple-crane lifts, engineering considerations, and application of load charts.
38303-11 Personnel Lifts (5 Hours)
Discusses ASME B30.23 and 29CFR 1926.550 (g) and various recommendations governing the safe hoisting of personnel.
Covers platform and crane requirements, as well as inspection and test lifting.