Rigging Plan Training

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Rigging Plan Training

Rigger Training with emphasis on Rigging Plan and load handling techniques.
Objective: Training professionals in the supervision and assistance of cargo handling planning activities involving cranes and other cargo handling equipment, such as cranes, truck crane, derrick and overhead cranes, with a practical emphasis on the analysis and elaboration of Rigging Plans.

Rigging Plan Training

Rigging Plan Training

Approach: Theoretical and practical.
01-The crane and its components
Introduction about cranes;
Equipment Presentation;
Main applications;
Groups and components;
Technical elements of cranes;
02- Load Tables:
Presentation of load tables;
Crane capacity;
Reading load table;
Particularities and information;
03-Technical Components of the Operation:
Angle of the lance;
Load;
Length of lance;
Security Factor;
Operation quadrants;
Working Radius;
Occupancy rate;
04-Physics applied to cranes:
Gravity center;
Tipping axis;
Basic math;
Moment of load;
Lever’s Principle;
05- Risks involved and safety in the operation:
Cargo tying;
Operation area;
Disassembly;
Depression;
Electricity;
Lateral and eccentric lifting;
Interferences;
Locomotion;
Materials of lifting;
Methods of individual and collective protection;
Irregular movements;
Outrigging;
Perception and risk analysis;
Free fall;
Signaling;
Overload;
Ground/Land;
Wind;
Rigging Plan Training
Notions of Crane Operation:
Lifting accessories;
Cargo tying;
Number of cables determination;
Opening Space / Lance Assembly;
Leveling;
Positioning and outrigging;
Operation signaling;
Use of the pulley / ball;
Checking crane capacity;
Operation with 2 or more cranes:
System calculation;
Gravity center of parts;
Requirements;
Operation with two overhead cranes;
Planning;
Verifications;
Weight of the load:
Weight calculation;
Gravity center of the load;
Conversion of units;
Lifting in the water;
Basic math;
Metric measurements;
Rigging Plan Training
09-Lifting Materials:
Rocker arms and lifting beams;
Guide rope;
Acceptance criteria;
Hooks, special eyelets Rud;
Handling of lifting materials;
What accessories to use;
When to use: strap, cable, straight shackle and or shackle strap;
Types of mooring;
Types of lifting materials;
10- Responsibilities:
Load handling area;
Crane;
Legislation;
Operation;
Staff involved;
Signaling;
Rigging Plan Training
II – Practical training: RIGGING PLAN
01-Field measurement:
Previous evaluation;
Crane assembly;
Outrigging;
Positioning;
Type of signaling;
Load check;
02-Sketches:
Application in AutoCad;
Scales with ruler;
Additional information;
Interferences;
Caption of the drawings;
Using the graph paper;
Views;
03-Rigging Plan:
Cargo mooring;
Approvals and responsibilities;
Operational conditions;
Choice of cranes, truck crane, derrick and overhead cranes;
Choice of lifting accessories;
Soil information;
Insertion of drawings;
Security and signaling;
Simulation of the operation;
Amendments:
Process Attention;
Common mistakes;
Calculation Review;
Reviews;
05- Standards: * ABNT NBR 11099, DIN ISO, NR 35, NR 12, NR 34, ANSI ASME, N1965 PETROBRAS and other norms applicable in moving loads and people.
General observations:
Training for Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors, People in charge who must have notion of trigonometry and notion of use with scientific calculator – Emphasis on Rigging Plan.
Assessment criteria: Theory: written test with open and closed questions.
Practice: operational proof with fulfillment of evaluative requirements.
Rigging Plan Training Workload:
Capacity: Minimum workload = 40 hours

Updating: Minimum workload = 08 hours

CERTIFICATION: The Certificate will be issued for each participant that achieves the minimum use of 70% (theoretical and practical) as recommended by the Regulatory Rules.

Updating: It is recommended annually or if there is an event that indicates the need to update.

Prerequisites: Professional with experience in the activity of moving loads. High School Degree. Skills in mathematics, especially geometry and trigonometry. Knowledge in AutoCAD 2D and 3D (if applicable for anyone developing in autocad – Not required).

Necessary resources:

Auditorium or space for training (and number of participants), with electronic multimedia projector (with HDMI input) and whiteboard.

Students should take: Pencil, eraser, ruler, blue and red pen, notebook, calculator that extracts square root, sine, cosine, tangent. Computer with AutoCAD software version 2008 to 2013 (if applicable / not required).
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