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Basic Entertainment Rigging and Inspection

Level: Introductory
Duration: 7 Hours 0 Minutes
Course ID: CLK0795
CEUs:
$145.00

The Basic Entertainment Rigging and Inspection course is an introductory-level training designed to equip participants with a thorough understanding of rigging setups as they pertain to the entertainment industry. Throughout this course, participants can expect to learn the essentials of rigging gear inspection, proper rigging procedures, and load control methods using traditional rigging techniques from the rigging industry.

The Basic Entertainment Rigging and Inspection course will teach participants the essentials of rigging operations and their uses in the entertainment industry, as well as equipment used in the workplace. Specific course topics are reinforced through supplemental workbooks and include the following:

  • Terms and definitions
  • Tools commonly used by entertainment riggers
  • Hitch types used in entertainment rigging
  • Sling types used in entertainment rigging
  • OSHA sling regulations
  • Bridal legs technique
  • Workplace safety points
  • Load hazard zones
  • Personal protection equipment (PPE) for use in entertainment rigging

The Basic Entertainment Rigging and Inspection course is ideal for all those who may work in rigging operations within an entertainment environment. Those from the following entertainment fields may specifically benefit from this course:

  • Large-scale concerts
  • In-person plays
  • On-set films
  • Sporting events

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The Basic Entertainment Rigging and Inspection course is an introductory-level training designed to be taken at the participant’s own pace in around seven (7) hours. Participants can expect to learn all aspects of entertainment rigging from setup to proper equipment, uses, and risk mitigation. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals can expect to:

  • Identify terms and definitions commonly used in entertainment rigging
  • Discuss the tools of an entertainment rigger
  • List hitch types used in entertainment rigging
  • List sling types used in entertainment rigging and the benefits of each
  • Recall the OSHA sling regulations and relate to entertainment rigging operations
  • Apply the equal bridal legs technique to entertainment rigging workshops
  • Recognize workplace safety points of emphasis
  • Describe the “load hazard zone”
  • Explain the requirements and importance of personal protection equipment
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