Rigging work means the use of mechanical loadshifting equipment (and associated gear) to move, place or secure a load using plant, equipment or members of a building or structures, to ensure the stability of those members or the setting up or dismantling of cranes or hoists.
Basic Rigging Course (RB)
CPCCLRG3001A- Licence to perform rigging basic level
Basic rigging ticket - consists of dogging and rigging work involving:
- Movement of plant and equipment
- Steel erection
- Hoists (including mast climbing hoists)
- Placement of precast concrete
- Safety nets and static lines
- Perimeter safety screens and shutters
- Cantilevered crane loading platforms
High risk work licence training and assessment evidence for dogging and rigging
When a participant/student/trainee has achieved competency for a dogging or rigging unit they are then able to make an application for these High Risk Work (HRW) licence classes. High Risk Licenses are issued by the regulatory body in the State or Territory in which the high risk licence was gained e.g. Workplace Health and Safety Queensland or WorkCover New South Wales.