Qualified Rigging/Signalperson (Spanish)
This course is an 8-hour Live Class offered in both English and Spanish for Residential and Commercial Contractors.
The goal of our Qualified Rigging/Signalperson class is to teach learners the OR-OSHA/NCCCO regulations, rigging equipment, inspection requirements, basic rigging safety, creating a rigging plan, calculating loads and rigger training and signal person requirements. This class is facilitated with an interactive workbook and Hands-on exercises.
This class is approved for 8 credit hours of Continuing Education credits with Oregon Construction Contractor Board
Live Class – Cost $450
Provider Name: American Contractors Organization, Inc.
Teaching Method: Interactive Student Participation
Instructor: Bernardo Ozuna, Pedro Benard, or Aaron Lamson – CHST
Assistant: Cecilia De La Rosa, Executive Director
Contact information: For questions, please call us (971) 645-4292 during office hours (9:00am – 5:00pm) or send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email and Phone responses will be answered same day between 9:00am – 5:00pm, for emails after 5:00pm, the next business day. Bilingual (English/Spanish) assistance available.
- Live Class – Student must have means of transportation to classroom facility (facility is ADA compliant).
- Student must bring valid, government issued, photo ID
- Course instructor will be available in person between 8:30am and 11:30am PST on the day of class.
The course syllabus will be available on the Website prior to purchase.
American Contractors Organization is responsible for the content of this course.
Students who successfully complete Qualifying Rigging/Signalperson will learn the OR-OSHA/NCCCO regulations, rigging equipment, inspection requirements, basic rigging safety, creating a rigging plan, calculating loads, rigger training, and signal person requirements. Participants will receive a certificate of completion which is valid for 3 years and meets NCCCO/OAR 437-003-0001 requirements.
Participants will gain understanding of:
- ASME B30 Hand Signals & Voice Communication Methods for Mobile and Overhead Cranes
- Center of Gravity
- Controlling Loads
- Weight Estimations
- Hitch Types (Share of Load & Load Angle Factors)
- Inspection Criteria of Rigging Materials
- Sling and Hardware Types
- Tagline Use
- Dynamic (Shock) Loading
- Power-line Clearances
- Overhead Hazards
- Hands-On Exercises
- Written Exam
Note: Participants must be able to read and understand English, as well as comprehend basic math, and calculator use.