Native Education & Training College
Of Business, Healthcare,
Human Services & Technology
147 McIntyre St. W., Suite 101, North Bay, ON P1B 2Y5
Toll Free: 1.800.267.2577 Fax: 705.497.7839
Crane And Hoist Rigging Safety (ENGLISH Only)
Rigging is a very important element of safety for the use of lifting equipment. Dangerous rigging can lead to instability or a drop of the load, which can lead to property damage or injury. A properly rigged load is stable, safe, consistent with equipment capabilities, and minimally hazardous to personnel and equipment.
Crane operators and workers who are responsible of preparing loads to be moved.
• Define and describe rigging and slings
• State the importance of rigging to crane operations
• Identify the different types of sling materials
• Describe the different types of sling hitches
• Identify guidelines for safe rigging including sling angle, load balancing
• Describe inspection guidelines for wire rope, chains, and hooks
• Identify guidelines for rigging storage
Course Content/ Educational Approach
Training based on high-quality, realistic 3D simulations that allow learners to clearly visualize risk situations and applicable solutions. Many interactions are included throughout the course to ensure the learners’ participation and understanding.
Duration: 35 minutes
Evaluation: Built-in exam
Passing Score: 85%
Internet connection, computer speakers or headphones required.
The duration of the training is a general indication and may vary from one person to another.
This training is recognized by the following client corporations:
ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada
Elkem Métal Canada Inc.
Glencore – Mine Raglan
Quebec Iron Ore inc. (Minerai de fer Québec inc.)
Rio Tinto – 2028 Mellon
Rio Tinto – Alma
Rio Tinto – Beauharnois
Rio Tinto – Complexe Jonquière
Rio Tinto – CRDA
Rio Tinto – Dubuc
Rio Tinto – Grande-Baie
Rio Tinto – Installations Portuaires
Rio Tinto – Laterrière
Rio Tinto – Énergie Électrique/Manoir
Rio Tinto Aluminum