This course is aimed at personnel responsible for the issuing and control of lifting equipment from a Rigging Loft on-board an offshore installation or a shore based workplace and to provide delegates with a better knowledge and understanding of practical requirements in running an operational rigging loft. The course also culminates in a short test paper on lifting equipment inspection.
Health & safety legislation
Introduction to rigging loft operations
Procedural operation of a rigging loft and the inspection of lifting equipment and accessories
Procedure for the control of quarantined equipment
Recording and registration of lifting equipment Familiarisation with the various lifting equipment usually found in a Rigging Loft, the way the equipment must be stored and issued
Inspections that must be carried out before the equipment is used, and how the equipment must be inspected and returned to the Rigging Loft after use
Various examples of equipment damaged through incorrect usage are shown and discussed
Inspection of wire rope and webbing slings
Handout material covers example inspection forms and certificates for all equipment generally found in a Rigging Loft
Lifting equipment inspection procedures
In-service wear, corrosion, abrasion etc.
Discard criteria, quarantine areas in Rigging Loft
Inspection of lifting equipment and critical areas for inspection
PRE-REQUISITES There are no pre-requisites for this course
DURATION 2 Days
MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS 8 Persons
COURSE CODE: RIGGING LOFT MANAGEMENT
We provide Nationally Recognised Training under a Third-Party Arrangement with Site Skills Training (RTO Provider No. 32531). Site Skills Training will be the issuing RTO for all Statements of Attainment associated with the nationally recognised VET courses listed in the agreement, and concurrently displayed on the ATC Offshore website.