Basic Rigging Fundamentals Training
Many worksites will require practical, site- specific training (in addition to theory training) before a worker is certified to operate machinery.
This rigging fundamentals course equips participants with an understanding of industry regulations and standards as well as the ability to recognize the proper rigging equipment for the applicable load and basic rigging calculations.
Calculating Load Weights
Centre of Gravity
- Ontario Regulations 213/91 Construction Projects
- Ontario R.R.O 1990, Regulation 854 Mines and Mining Plants
- CSA B167 Overhead Cranes, Gantry Cranes, Monorails, Hoists and Jib Cranes
- CSA Z150 Safety Code on Mobile Cranes
- Ontario R.R.O 1990, Regulation 851 Industrial Establishments
Rigging Training is required by Occupational Health and Safety. OHS Regulations state that any worker who is required or permitted to assemble, use, maintain or dismantle rigging is trained in safe rigging practices. The course curriculum reviews applicable requirements under the Construction Regulation 213/91 and the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Ontario R.R.O 1990, Regulation 854 Mines and Mining Plants.
Who Requires this Training
- Any person who requires to use rigging equipment and calculate rigging calculations.
NATT Safety Services’ Rigging Fundamentals Training program covers safety protocols for workers required to use rigging equipment.