An excellent journeyman level training program designed specifically to ensure that rigging personnel meet OSHA’s definition of a qualified rigger which states… A qualified rigger is a person that:
- Possesses a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or
- Has extensive knowledge, training and experience, and
- Can successfully demonstrate the ability to solve problems related to rigging loads,
- Must have the ability to properly rig the load for a particular job
Limited Time Offer: Receive the handbook, Rigging Metric, when you attend this program.
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- CIA Rigger/Signalperson Qualification Card – FREE
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We have arranged for participants to receive discounted hotel rates. When making hotel reservations, please identify yourself as a Crane Institute of America training program attendee.
- Wire Rope
- Rigging Hardware
- Chain Hoists
- Lever Hoists
- Emphasis is placed on the safe use of wire rope, slings, rigging hardware and chain & lever hoists
- OSHA & ASME standards
- Pre-use inspection of wire rope, slings, rigging hardware and chain & lever hoists
- Proper use of taglines
- Rigging practices & procedures
- Knots used in rigging
- Hoisting personnel
- Hand & voice signals
- Basics of crane operation and limitations and more
LEARN HOW TO Apply The Following Topics:
Now Available!Master Rigger certification available through Crane Institute of America Certification (CIC).
Rigger Qualification Requirements
- Complete a Crane Institute of America Qualified Rigger/Signalperson training program
- Pass a written examination
- Pass a practical examination on signaling
- Have a minimum of 2 years rigging experience. (A trainee qualification is available for personnel who do not meet experience requirement.)
- Possess the physical ability to safely perform rigging tasks.