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API RP 2D Qualified Rigger Training (16-hour)

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  • Duration

    2 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OTC675

  • Price

    USD 625.00

    Excl. extras

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API RP 2D Qualified Rigger Training (16-hour)

Objective

Upon the completion of this course, candidates will be able to:
Rigging Hardware
- Identification of types and application of rigging hardware to include:
blocks; sheaves; hooks/latches; rings, links, swivels; shackles;
turnbuckles; spreader and equalizer beams; cable clips; pad eyes;
eyebolts; and wedge sockets/termination
- Describe the application of each piece of rigging hardware.
- Describe inspection points, how to inspect, and criteria for removal
of each piece of rigging hardware.
- Describe and explain safe and unsafe conditions for usage
- Describe the purpose and proper use of different types/variations of
basic rigging hardware under discussion
- Describe rigging hardware working load limit (WLL) rating where
applicable
- Describe how to properly maintain hardware
- Describe safe and proper storage techniques/practices for each
piece of rigging hardware

Slings:
-Identification of types and application of slings and material to include: wire rope; synthetic; chain; and two-, three-, and four-leg bridle
- Sling application (configuration and function); inspection/rejection criteria; angle and load tension; handling and storage
- D/d ratio
- Cargo nets and other basket types (e.g. bulk bags/flexible fabric)
- Describe function, applications, and safety precautions of hitches (vertical, choker, basket)
- Describe configurations to include different types of hitches (vertical, choker, basket)
- Describe when to use and how to use
- Describe the effect of the sling load at different sling angles
- Describe safe and proper storage techniques/practices for all rigging hardware

Procedures and Precautions:
- Load control/taglines
- Describe the procedures and inspection for each type of personnel transfer equipment.
- Unbinding loads
- Personnel transfer/pre-lift considerations
- Sling handling and storage
- Determining load weights and center of gravity of load
- Softeners (e.g. wear pads)
- Attaching unused sling legs
- Improving sling efficiency
- Turning, securing, and placement of loads

Rigging Basics
- Pinch points/body positions,
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Hand signals/radio communications

Target Group

Rigger personnel

Prerequisites

None

Examination

Delegate necessary skills shall be evaluated through written, practical, and oral assessment. For successful completion, delegates must attain a minimum satisfactory score of 75% on a closed-book written assessment and 100% on all practical assessments in accordance with the latest edition of the API RP 2D standard.

Course Contents

This 2 day (16 hours) course will cover the following topics:
- Rigging Hardware
- Slings
- Procedures and Precautions
- Rigging Basics

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  • Oil & Gas
  • Other Industries

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Lafayette

2916 N University Ave, Lafayette LA, 70507, United States of America

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Houma

209 Clendenning Road, Houma, LA 70363, United States of America

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Houston

15621 Blue Ash Drive, Suite 150, Houston, TX 77090, United States of America

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