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Unit Code: CPCCLRG3001
Category: High Risk Work

Unit Description

Licence to perform rigging basic level

What is the purpose of this course?

This course is designed for those who are required to perform rigging at a basic level as part of their role.

This course is delivered by experienced trainers and assessed by SafeWork NSW approved assessors.

Who is this course for?

This course includes learning how to safely plan out the work, how to select the right equipment and inspect it for suitability. You will also learn how to set up a work task safely, erect a structure and dismantle it when the job is complete.

Rigging work is undertaken in construction and other industries where load shifting equipment is used to move, place or secure loads

Do you need a licence?

Riggers are in charge of the safe movement of plant and equipment around a worksite. Because this is a high-risk activity, it?s important to ensure you are adequately licensed before performing any rigging work.

A basic rigging licence covers the movement of plant and equipment, steel erections, hoists (including mast climbing hoists), placement of pre-cast concrete, safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and more.

How long does the course take?

The total duration for this course is 40 hours (5 days) as follows for both skilled and non-skilled operators.

The course duration is 40 hours (including 34 hours of training):
– 16 hours of supervised theory instruction
– 18 hours of supervised practical instruction (simulated workplace)
– 4 hours theory assessment (including calculations)
– 2 hours of practical assessment

What qualification do I get?

This course is based on the High Risk Work (HRW) licence requirements.

Qualification gained:

Licence class (RB)
Statement of attainment – CPCCLRG3001 Licence to perform rigging basic level


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