The course is carried out over two, 2 day sessions and is designed to teach delegates about the technical aspects of Sub-Sea rigging operations in accordance with DNV, Noble Denton, IMCA guidelines and Company specific operational procedures.
The course includes practical tasks including mathematical calculation exercises.
- Regulations and standards
- Training and competence
- Roles and responsibilities
- Types of lifts
- Job hazard Analysis
- Lift categorisation
- Lift planning
- Selection and examination of lifting equipment
- DAF and heave compensation systems
- Safe use of lifting equipment
- Safety advice
- General applications
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Delegates who are involved with any type of rigging and lifting operations, and who may have limited experience in operations of this type.
The course covers element of both a theoretical and practical nature and end with a written question paper.
This course is usually delivered at an NSL Training Centre, but can be delivered at a client’s premises.
NSL International Rigging & Lifting Handbook.
Standard PPE required i.e. coveralls, hard hat, safety boots and gloves.
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