Mar 22

1/21/2022 – Principles of Materials

Training Title: Rigging
Dates: 4/29/22
Time: 7:00am – 3:30pm (8 hours total)
Trainer: Jose Victoria
Location: In-Person

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    1. Introduction to Cranes (2 hours)
      1. Mechanical advantage of pulleys
      2. Types of cranes
      3. Identifying common components of cranes
        1. Emphasis on overhead and jib cranes
      4. Exercise and quiz
    2. Rigging Component and Inspections (6 hours)
      1. Lifting Slings
      2. Shackles and Hooks
      3. Inspection Criteria
      4. Applications and Limitations
      5. Lift Reductions for angle
      6. Inspection exercise
      7. Limited use of rope (tag lines)
      8. Knot tying and exercise
    3. Lift Planning and Load Calculations (8 hours)
      1. Calculation of effect of cable rigging on capacity (2 hours)
        1. Angles of rigging
        2. Trigonometry

Jose Victoria is continually working in the mechanical trades and has for the past 16 years. Currently an instructor for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Also worked as a maintenance technician at California Steel Industries, previous member in the local pipefitter’s union working in various projects throughout Southern California and taught at San Bernardino Valley College. Currently holds a Los Angeles city certified welder licensed and is an American Welding Society certified welding inspector. 

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