Providing Quality Rigging & Inspection Training
Rigging Institute, LLC provides quality rigging application and inspection programs that are uniquely suited to individuals involved in all aspects of the modern hoisting and rigging industry. Our trainees develop rigging competence through innovative programs that utilize a straightforward, practical approach to rigging. The techniques used by our instructors focus on the needs of the “blue collar” learner by using well-illustrated, real world examples presented in a supportive environment. Integrity and quality guides Rigging Institute, LLC as we utilize the latest rigging applications, innovative products and techniques to ensure that our students meet the challenges of today’s new demands for rigging qualification and certifications.
Our rigging courses meet your rigging needs at four different levels: rigging awareness for the new rigger and safety personnel, beginner to intermediate, intermediate to advanced, and the advanced experienced rigger. Hands-on training is available for all courses.
We provide two Signalperson courses to meet the requirements of the OSHA 1926.1400 rule. Qualified Inspector, as required by 1926.1400 and Signalperson prep training and testing for NCCCO Signalperson Certification.
Rigging Inspection courses are designed to fulfill three different needs. We have courses for initial and frequent inspections, management and safety personnel and qualified inspector training for the competent person.
NCCCO certification is important to many of our clients. Rigging Institute provides successful prep training and testing to prepare riggers for level 1 and level 2 NCCCO Rigger Certification.
Overhead Crane Operator Training gives the operator the knowledge and skills to operate cranes safely and efficiently. Our clients are very pleased with the increased production and safety awareness of their operators, once they have participated in our training.
Periodic Manual Chain Hoist Inspection is an in-depth classroom and hands-on study on periodic inspection criteria and techniques for both manual lever and hand chain operated chain hoists. The course follows standards as described in ASME B30.16, B30.21, OSHA, HMI and manufacturer requirements.