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Rigging and Material Handling bACK

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the Role & responsibility of rigger and basics of rigging operation in various Industries
  • Understand the Safety Incidents – Incidents, Unsafe Acts, and Unsafe Condition
  • Ability to carry out a rigging operation of lifting tackles, slings & Machines with proper PPE.
  • Knowledge of Inhouse Crane Operation, equipment handling & use of Tools and Tackles
  • Handling Emergency preparedness

Note: TPSDI reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training at any time

TPSDI Mundra

  • To be announced

TPSDI Shahad

  • To be announced

TPSDI Jojobera

  • To be announced

TPSDI Trombay

  • To be announced

TPSDI Maithon

  • To be announced

  • Technicians and Engineers working in Power and Allied Industries
  • Introduction to Industrial Rigging Practice
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment’s during Rigging operation
  • Basic Principles of Safety and duties of the rigger in lifting Operations
  • Understand the Safety Incidents – Incidents, Unsafe Acts, and Unsafe Conditions
  • Material handling basics
    • Manual Material Handling
    • Lifting tools & Tackles and their safe Use in rigging Operation
    • Material Handling -Indoor Crane & Sling Safety
    • Hand signals for Crane Operations
  • Rigging lifting Ropes & Slings, Lifting Machines
  • Estimation of load and analyses the Centre of Gravity
  • Conduct tool box talk meeting for lifting Operation
  • Rigging methods and techniques for safe lifting
  • Selection of appropriate rigging equipment’s
  • 3 Step Lifting and lowering method
  • Hazard’s related to lifting
  • Emergency procedures
  • Discussions of Case Studies.
24 hours spread over 3 Days