Becoming A Qualified Rigger
Becoming a Qualified Rigger explains everything you need to know to be a qualified rigger and signal person. Coverage includes rigging principles; fiber rope; knots; blocks; slings and chains; wire rope; rigging hardware including hooks, shackles, and eye bolts; hoists; working with cranes; truck load charts; and hand signals for communicating with crane operators. Safety is the objective throughout the book. More than 100 illustrations and tables make learning easy.
Alexander Publications created this book in response to the OSHA requirement that all riggers be qualified. Becoming a Qualified Rigger is targeted at experienced lineworkers who need a refresher course on rigging. Use as the textbook for a two-day refresher course with instruction in the first day and a half and testing in the last half of the second day or as a handy reference.
Instructor aids available: Chapter quizzes with answers. Flash cards for learning hand signals. Instructor score sheet for testing students' knowledge of hand signals.
8-1/2" x 11" 82 pages, by Alexander Publications Item Code: 511