The Rigging Gear Inspector Course is designed to build and enhance the skills of the student to become a qualified, in-house rigging gear inspector. The course includes classroom sessions and multiple hands-on inspection activities.
Participants learn the removal criteria for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic web and round slings, chain slings, rigging hardware and below-the-hook lifting devices according to the applicable federal and provincial regulations as well as ASME standards. Written exams are administered and participants perform hands-on inspections of used and damaged gear to test their knowledge of the criteria learned.
Participants who successfully pass the exams are issued a three-year Level I Qualification. Level II is available to those who meet on-the-job inspection requirements. You can access the level two form at www.iti.com/level2.
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The Rigging Gear Inspector Level III Course is designed for those who have attained a Level II Rigging Gear Inspector Qualification from ITI. The course covers product application and troubleshooting, field analysis, field inspection processes, fabrication and quality control, wear and abuse prevention, and problem-solving techniques for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic web and round slings, chain slings, rigging hardware and below-the-hook lifting devices.
A written exam will determine participants' knowledge of manufacturing and fabrication techniques, ability to troubleshoot and confirm comprehension of how the regulations and standards are practically applied to daily crane and rigging activities. A five-year Level II Qualification is issued to participants who successfully pass the exam.
This course is hosted at ITI Training Centers on specific dates throughout the year.
ITI maintains portions of this course's theoretical curriculum online via e-learning modules.