Slinging and Rigging (Onshore)
Aims and outcomes
This course aims to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to plan, prepare and complete Rigging and Slinging work safely and efficiently in a mining or construction working environment. Candidates will be able to determine the SWL/WLL of lifting equipment including reeve and choke factors; calculate load weights and determine centre of gravity; select, maintain and inspect fibre ropes, chains, steel and wire ropes; perform relevant splicing and bends and hitches; sling loads.
Pre requisiteThere are no pre requisites for this course.
The Slinging and Rigging course is mapped to the Nationally Recognised unit of competency:
MSAPMSUP205A Transfer loads, including:
Successful candidates will be awarded the Nationally Recognised unit of competency, MSAPMSUP205A Transfer loads recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
Duration35 hours conducted over 5 days.
Maximum Participants8 persons