Competent Rigger -ANSI 10.48
ANSI 10.48 Competent Rigger Course
The Tower Safety ANSI 10.48 Competent Rigger course is designed to include the OSHA requirements for safe construction rigging work practices in the United States defined in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 29 Part 1910 and 1926, SubPart E, G, H, I, N, O, R, T, U, and V. TIA – 1019-A ,TIA 222, and TIA 322 Standards for Installation, Alteration and Maintenance of Antenna Supporting Structures and Antennas. The new ANSI 10.48 Standards Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communication Structures.
ANSI 10.48 Competent Rigger
Rigging is one of the most important safety and risk exposure considerations on any construction project and Tower Safety & Instruction reflects that importance in our Competent Rigger Course.
- Rigging Plans
- Mechanical Advantages
- Unforeseen Forces
- PrePlanning of rigging operations
- Periodic and frequent inspection of tools and equipment
- Monitoring of rigging work operations
- OSHA Rules and Regulations
- ASME B30
- Capstan Hoist use and problem solving
- Hand Signals – Download our free Crane Hand Signal chart
Students are provided with a ANSI 10.48 Tower Safety Competent Rigger Handbook that fits into a glove box of the truck for a quick reference manual. The Tower Safety ANSI 10.48 Competent Rigger Handbook is a manual about safe rigging practices, sling angles, crane hand signals, tag line angles, and Class 1,2,3 and 4 rigging.
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Competent Rigger Training Classroom Learning Objectives
Competent Rigger: This is an eight hour course that discusses the fundamentals of rigging.
It is designed for rigging and handling loads in wireless construction that must
adhere to the OSHA and ANSI/TIA 1019 regulations
- Policies, OSHA, ANSI 10.48 standards, TIA 1019 and TIA 322 rigging regulations Tower Safety
- Rigging Plans
- Rigging Components
- Rigging Identification
- Center of Gravity
- Steel Slings/Synthetic Slings/Rigging Hardware/Hitches-Capacities-Sling Protection
- Recognize where the horizontal sling angles are located in a rigging triangle.
- Determine how to calculate the load angle multiplier for slings.
- Calculate sling tension when the center of gravity is in the middle of the load.
- Supporting Structure Loading
- Load Factor
- TIA 322
- Capstan Rigging
- Crane Hand Signals
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