OSHA Education School’s Rigging Inspection and Safety Awareness for Manufacturing course is an introductory level training designed to provide tools and strategies to maintain a safe Manufacturing workplace when rigging operations are utilized. Using tips, videos, and additional instructional materials from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Department of Labor (DOL), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), this is a robust interactive course for all levels of employment.
Millions of dollars are lost due to crane-related incidents each year – from medical expenses, to damages, loss of productivity, and more. By teaching proper rigging safety and awareness, this training provides essential knowledge regarding rigging operations in the Manufacturing workspace.
The Rigging Inspection and Safety Awareness for Manufacturing training is 45 minutes and provides a comprehensive overview of rigging safety in Manufacturing. Specific course topics include the following:
Rigging safety do’s and don’ts
Differences among the three types of slings and the benefits of each type in varied rigging scenarios
The importance of sling angle and how to determine sling capacity
Determination, use, and inspection of anchor points
Identify causes and consequences of shock loading
Do’s and Don’ts and tips, including inspection techniques, for using shackles and eye bolts
Hazards from rigging including ergonomic, pinch points, struck-by, and caught-in-between
Decision-making criteria for selecting a vertical sling, choker sling, or basket-hitch sling
Inspection how-to information for chain falls, chain blocks ,and lever hoists
Practical tips and links to additional OSHA resources
Intermittent “Knowledge Check” slides throughout to ensure full understandingdescriptionoutlineBenefits