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Trainer Course - Rigging Safety

This course covers advanced rigging principles, safety requirements, and key considerations for safe rigging. Students participating in this course will be able to identify appropriate rigging techniques; they will understand sling angles and the stresses imposed. They will go thru OSHA’s new regulations on qualifications of riggers and the national consensus standards for rigging to include sling and hardware inspections and rejection criteria. An extensive use of hands-on practical techniques emphasizes the training and the course is completed with a tour of an active rigging shop.

Note: Recommended Prerequisite: OSHA 510 or OSHA 511 or equivalent. Requires appropriate clothing for field exercise.

Travel plans must accommodate the course end time.

Course Number: FPM-40349   Credit: 3.5 units

Other Credit: 3.2 CEUs, ABIH Credit 5.34 CM Points, BCSP Credit 3.2 COCs

Textbooks: All materials are provided on the first day of class.

This course is part of the following Safety Certificate Program(s).

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There are no sections of this course planned for the current quarter. Please contact the OSHA Programs department at (800) 358-9206 or oshatraining@ucsd.edu for information about when this course will be offered again.

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