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    Sling & Rigging - 16 Hour

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    Sling & Rigging (16 Hour) consists of intermediate to advanced rigging activities.

    Lift-It® will present Sling & Rigging at the Lift-It® Learning Center in Pomona, CA:

     

    • April 9-10, 2019
    • September 24-25, 2019
       

    Sling & Rigging (16 Hours) consists of classroom instruction in basic to intermediate rigging activities and addresses two primary areas of information: sling use and inspection. The training also features a second day of hands on activities and team rigging exercises. Sling use on a generic level, topics include: sling designs and components on a generic level, with an emphasis upon proper application. Load weight, sling angle, tension and center of gravity calculations for symmetrical loads are presented in an interactive format. Rigging practices, sling protection and environmental considerations are also presented. Sling inspection is simplified as systems, techniques and removal from service criteria are explored. Participants are trained to perform the frequent (pre-use) inspection with a perspective that rigging is either acceptable or must be removed from service and not used for any purpose. Teams from different industries are supervised as load weight and center of gravity calculations as well as load control and handling exercises are performed. Participants are tested and receive a certificate issued by LEEA.

     

     

     

     

    All goods are custom made and Non-returnable. Any return must be negotiated, include a return authorization number and will be subject to a restocking fee.

    Lift-It® will present Sling & Rigging at the Lift-It® Learning Center in Pomona, CA:

     

    • April 9-10, 2019
    • September 24-25, 2019
       

    Sling & Rigging (16 Hours) consists of classroom instruction in basic to intermediate rigging activities and addresses two primary areas of information: sling use and inspection. The training also features a second day of hands on activities and team rigging exercises. Sling use on a generic level, topics include: sling designs and components on a generic level, with an emphasis upon proper application. Load weight, sling angle, tension and center of gravity calculations for symmetrical loads are presented in an interactive format. Rigging practices, sling protection and environmental considerations are also presented. Sling inspection is simplified as systems, techniques and removal from service criteria are explored. Participants are trained to perform the frequent (pre-use) inspection with a perspective that rigging is either acceptable or must be removed from service and not used for any purpose. Teams from different industries are supervised as load weight and center of gravity calculations as well as load control and handling exercises are performed. Participants are tested and receive a certificate issued by LEEA.