Lifting and Rigging Training

This lifting and rigging training is designed to provide personnel with the knowledge to undertake lifting and rigging operations in an offshore and onshore environment. Upon completion delegates should be able to:

  • Calculate the SWL, and WLL of slings,
  • Understand the safety factor of lifting accessories and equipment
  • Understand the requirements of applicable legislation to lifting and rigging operations
  • Carry out pre-use inspection for a lifting and rigging operation
  • Recommend that equipment and accessories be discarded where applicable
  • Identify the risks associated in a rigging and lifting operation.
  • Master the different types of slings use in a lifting and rigging operation.
  • Identify the types, features and limitations of slings use in lifting operations.
  • Understand the elements for calculating and sizing a slings use for lifting and rig


Prerequisite of this Training

This lifting and rigging training has no special pre-requisite, but participants should be able to understand basic English or French.

Training Duration

This lifting and rigging training course has a duration of two days With a ratio of 50% theory to 50% practicals. This includes classroom presentations, discussion, exercises and practical sessions. We can organise the training onsite in Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Central African Republic, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea


Who will Benefit from this Training

This lifting and rigging training is intended for: riggers, deck crew, construction, maintenance and mechanical technicians/supervisors and crane operators.


Training Course Content

  • Introduction to LOLER, PUWER and HASWA legislation
  • Accessories and equipment use during lifting and rigging operations.
  • Hardware slings, ropes, flat woven webbing slings, wire rope, chains, liaison Bodies and Accessories
  • Inspection and correct use of tirfors, chain blocks, pull lifts, beam clamps, wire rope.
  • Examination of rigging and lifting equipment
  • Utilizing recommend rigging methods to move various items
  • The Lifting plan
  • Identification and Marking
  • Mechanical strength of equipment/accessories
  • and their safety factor.
  • Elements for calculating and sizing a sling
  • Commissioning, test before use
  • Use of protective slings to the edges Nodes
  • Protection against abrasion
  • Maintenance of slings
  • Precautions to be taken by the slinger
  • The gesture of command and control 
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