Certified Rigger Level 2 Training

Rigger Level 2 Training Courses

Designed for the Journeyman rigger our Qualified Rigger 2 Course teaches rigging principles and methods. You will learn calculating methods, job planning, hitches, lift plans, load turning, and pre-use inspections.

Course Length

2 - 8 hour class days including Testing

Locations

No scheduled classes at this time

For Onsite Class

Call (941) 730-6576

For Online Class

Starting August 20th

Certified Rigger Level 2 Training Course Material

Our Certified Rigger Level 2 training provides the necessary training to designate the employee to work as a competent basic rigger. The ACS Certified Rigger Level 2 training covers the following topics:

  • OSHA regulations
  • ASME regulations
  • Lift planning
  • D/d ratios
  • Below the hook lifter applications
  • Rigging hardware and rating charts
  • Load angle factors and how to calculate the tension
  • How to use the rigging book for information
  • Calculating the center of gravity
  • Assembly and disassembly
  • Softeners and sling protection
  • Sling hitches
  • Power line safety
  • Tagline safety
  • Fall zone

Master Rigger Training

The Master Rigger is just below the Lift Director. This person must have an extremely good skill set in regard to lifting and moving of extremely heavy or complicated pieces. The Master Rigger must have good academic training and the skill set necessary to help design the rigging project and direct the Journeyman Rigger. He/she must also have the ability to work with engineers to help make determinations as to the strengths of attachment points and the item being lifted.

Master Rigger Training

Course Length

1 day including Testing

Locations

No scheduled classes at this time

For Onsite Class

Call (941) 730-6576

For Online Class

Not available online

Master Rigger Class Prerequsites

Requires at least 2 years of crane and rigging experience.

Master Rigger Training Course Material

Designed to qualify you as a Master Rigger, our 1 day course teaches advanced rigging principles and methods. You will learn how to tail, drift, jack and roll a load, mutable crane lifts, and 2 crane lifts. The ACS Master Rigger Training covers the following topics:

  • OSHA regulations
  • ASME regulations
  • Load Turning
  • Tail, drift, jack and roll load principles
  • Spreader beams and spreader bars
  • Mutable Crane Lifts
  • 2 crane picks
  • Tuggers and Winches
  • Rolling devices and Air Pads