16-HOUR RIGGING WORKER
The 16 Hour Rigging Course prepares workers to perform rigging, and signaling construction work, while hoisting and lowering materials along the outside of a building. The Rigging Class shows participants the proper way to operate rigging equipment, and how to protect themselves and others around them. Workers will also receive a review of OSHA policies, ASME, and DOB regulations with an emphasis on the recognition and prevention of potential hazards.
Other topics of this rigging safety training will include instructions on how to visually inspect rigging equipment, basic crane components, crane setup and methods of applying proper rigging hitches.
Audience: This training is geared towards individuals who perform rigging or signaling work in the construction trades in New York City.
DOB Course Code: CRA-103
NYC DOB REQUIREMENT:
16-HOUR RIGGING WORKER
As per 33126.96.36.199 of the 2014 NYC Construction codes, this course is required by the NYC Department of Buildings for individuals, not hired directly by a person holding valid rigging certification who attach or detach articles from the hook of hoisting equipment and signal persons communicating with such in New York City.
CEUs (CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS)
100% attendance for the 30 Hour Concrete Safety Manager Course: 16 hours of instruction time
Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
Active participation in all class exercises (determined by instructor)
Completion of required pre-and post-quiz assessment
As applicable, achievement of minimum passing (70%) score on required end-of-course examination
Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (must provide name on form to receive credit)
Make up time is not allowed. Students who miss time from any individual session must reschedule and attend the full training course.
PREREQUISITE: Participants need to be able to communicate with the instructor in the language the course is held in.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Inspect rigging equipment in accordance with OSHA, ASME, and the manufacturer's requirements
Identify Potential rigging hazards or faulty equipment
Identify hitch configurations, equipment capacities and basic knots
How to use rigging equipment and hitches in various applications
A plethora of methods will be used, such as auditory, visual and kinesthetic methods to ensure learning. This includes the program’s PowerPoint, related lectures, testing/quizzing, hands-on activities, and classroom discussions.
16-HOUR RIGGING WORKER COURSE
Location: 535 Broadhollow Road, STE B9, Melville, NY 11747