Rigging & Slinging

Rigging is the process of lifting and moving heavy loads with ropes, chains, and mechanical devices, while a sling is a loop of material that connects the load to the lifting device. Slings can be made of chain, wire, metal mesh, natural, and synthetic materials. DMC’s training program is intended to provide the knowledge necessary to reduce the risk of accidents, which result from the lack of knowledge and compliance with standard safe practices, policies and procedures when performing tasks that require rigging and slinging.

Who Should Attend?
This program is intended for both any participant who may be involved in rigging or slinging operations.

Duration
One (1) Day

Curriculum

Module One: Introduction
Module Two: Basic Rigging Safety
Module Three: Basic Rigging Scope of Qualification
Module Four: Occupational Health & Safety Regulations
Module Five: ASME B30
Module Six: Hoisting Elements
Module Seven: Definitions
Module Eight: Equipment
Module Nine: Best Practices

Expiry
Three (3) years