Offering Qualified Rigger and Signalperson Training
The safety of the workplace is a number one concern that every organization should prioritize. In order to increase your productivity, you need an inspired workplace which is free from occupational hazards. We have developed one of the most affordable and comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) complaint training program that suits every rigging and signal person.
“If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” Lao Tzu
Our instructors are top professionals who are knowledgeable enough to train and qualify your rigging and signal personnel through skill improvement, knowledge enhancement and safety consciousness.
Our Training Methodology
Just like in our CESCL Certification Training Program, we adopt a combination of both classroom training and testing in addition to practical instruction and testing sessions. This gives our trainees an opportunity to explore both sides of the divide; theory and practice. The Importance of Our Qualified Rigger and Signalperson Training
According to the Affordable Care Act Compliance, workers are expected to abide by the OSHA regulations. Our training helps in reducing injuries and accidents at the workplace thereby reducing absenteeism and enhancing your productivity. Because our qualifying agents and instructors are in full compliance with the federal laws, you do not have to conduct independent research to verify whether all the certification requirements are observed. We have a large capacity that enables us to accommodate many candidates at once. This makes your crew to complete the training and get certified fast.
OSHA Requirements for a Rigger
According to OSHA, a rigger should possess a degree, have professional standing and extensive knowledge that enables him to successfully rig the load for a specific job. The qualified rigger is only required to be qualified for the particular job he is working on.
OSHA Requirements for a Signalperson
OSHA regulations require a signal person where the operator has an obstructed view of the point of operation. Also, in sites where there are specific concerns about the safety of the operation, a signalperson is required to offer directions during the process. The signalperson must understand the type of signals used in the work site, the crane dynamics including raising, swinging, lowering, boom deflection and stopping loads. They must pass both written and practical test.
Highlights of our Qualified Rigger and Signalperson Training
We offer training that covers all the OSHA requirements to qualify riggers and signal persons.
We cover the following areas:
• Scope of the rigging activity
• Safety Standards and regulations
• Basic knowledge of crane operations
• Rigging components
• Hand signals
• Technical knowledge
• Voice communication
• Execution of Rigging Activity
• Situational awareness for the operating site
In addition to this training, we also offer HAZWOPER Training. You can contact us to find out more details on how you can enroll your crew.