CPCCLRG3001A Licence to Perform Rigging Basic Level

$800.00

Being a Basic Rigger means that your duties will include all those of a dogman and rigging work such the movement of plant and equipment, steel erection, operation of materials hoists up to 500kg W.L.L, placement of pre-cast concrete, installation of safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters, and cantilevered crane loading platforms.

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Being a Basic Rigger means that your duties will include all those of a dogman and rigging work such the movement of plant and equipment, steel erection, operation of materials hoists up to 500kg W.L.L, placement of pre-cast concrete, installation of safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters, and cantilevered crane loading platforms. Our course covers everything you need to know to become a Basic Rigger!

Duration: 4 days – dependant on experience

Fees: Full payment is required upon booking to confirm your place and can be made via eftpos in person or over the phone.

Delivery: Face-to-Face 

Assessment methods: Written Questions and Practical

• Requirements for certification.

• Application of Australian and National Standards in relation to modules and units of competency: AS1891, AS2626.

• Code of Practice (prevention of falls from heights).

• General rigging appliances.

• Winches, sheaves and purchases.

• Harness inspection and applications.

• Cantilevered crane loading platforms.

• Handling pre-cast concrete.

• OHS Legislation (responsibilities of employers and employees) Act and Regulations.

• Personal and general safety.

• Safety line systems.

• Anchorage and fitting.

• Calculation of fleet angle, becket loads and lead loads.

• Erection of hoist and mast climbers.

• Industrial safety nets.

• Plan and prepare worksite.

• Conduct inspections of all rigging equipment/gear before and after use.

• Prepare site for rigging work.

• Harness inspection and applications.

• Co-ordinate load movements with appropriate communication and signal methods given verbally, by whistle, two-way radio/telephone, light signals.

• Using hand signals, in and out of view of the crane/equipment operator.

• Dismantle and remove load shifting equipment.

• Identify workplace hazards and the application of appropriate hazard.

• Steel erection.

• Erect a static line.

• Load measurements using chain blocks.

• Erect a powered purchase system.

All candidates that successfully complete the course will be issued with a statement of attainment for a nationally recognised unit of competency:

CPCCLRG3001A Licence to Perform Rigging Basic level.

• Must have good verbal and written comprehension of the English language;

• Must be over 18 years of age;

• Must bring copy of valid & current Worksafe Dogging ticket (pre-requisite);

• Must bring 2 forms of ID (1 x photo ID, 1 x other ID). Photo ID may include drivers licence, passport, proof of age card. Non-photo ID may include credit card, bank card, medicare card;

• Must have good general health and fitness for practicals (eg. physical work & ability to work at heights);

• Must have basic mathematical skills and knowledge to work out formulas;

• Must wear long sleeved shirt, long leg pants and steel cap boots;

• Must hold a USI (unique student identifier) number.

General requirement information

This course is offered in-house at our premises in Kewdale, Western Australia. The course can also be delivered on-site at your location if preferred.