USA Lifting Supervisor Course in Islamabad
This course is a requirement for an individual ? who is not a licensed rigger or a designated foreman of a licensed rigger ? to supervise the hoisting or lowering of articles on the outside of a building with hoisting equipment. In lieu of completing this course, an individual may instead possess a department approved national rigging certification.
Introduction to Cranes & Derricks
Include instruction on inspection, maintenance, repair, use, installation, hazards associated with the relevant sections of the building code and industry practice with regards to Rigging
Crane & RIGGING Accidents
Common causes of accidents with cranes
Historical crane accidents in NYC and other major cities
Overview of rigging incident statistics for the most current 24-month period:
Failure; injury; death. Close review of two failure scenarios with emphasis on
what went wrong and how the incident could have been prevented.
Deviation from plans not permitted
Founding of crane, outrigger placement and cribbing
Danger to underground infrastructure, excavations, foundations, etc.
CFR 29 OSHA 1926 Overview
Subparts: E (PPE-Personal Protective Equipment),
H (Material Handling, Storage),
M (Fall Protection)
Starting up the crane
Hazards of operating in a dense urban environment
High wind hazards
Operating near power lines
Prohibition against hoisting over pedestrians, traffic & adjoining buildings
Requirements for shutting down and securing the crane
Communication between workers & supervisors while rigging: radios; hand signals; flags; etc. ?
Reading Load Charts
Approved load chart reading criteria
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