Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Program
Presented in Collaboration with ITI
The Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Program is a comprehensive series of online training courses that introduce the science and art of the engineering behind rigging, lifting and transport activities for all modes of load handling.
More than 20 of the world's most acclaimed rigging engineers have contributed to this first training program of its kind, specifically designed for personnel who plan and oversee lifting and load handling activities, including Lift Planners, Crane & Rigging Managers and Engineers.
ASME Training is collaborating with Industrial Training International (ITI), a global leader in crane, rigging, lift planning and rigging engineering training to deliver this program.
The program includes the following courses:
RE-110 Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling Examines how to apply the engineering principles essential to conducting safe and efficient rigging and load handling activities, including statics, structural analysis and design, dynamics and hydraulics.
RE-120 Crane & Derrick Engineering, Installation & Planning Introduces engineering design considerations for various types of cranes and derricks, including analysis of their components and load ratings, while discussing how to select and plan lift activities and crane stabilization through proper installation, setup and planning.
RE-130 Rigging & Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications Introduces the major considerations for load handling equipment and discusses the benefits and limitations of various types of load handling equipment, including their most common applications.
RE-140 Alternative Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications Introduces participants to commonly used alternatives for heavy load handling, and covers the engineering considerations and applications for vertical and horizontal load handling systems, including strand jacks, telescopic gantry systems, lift towers and skidding systems.
RE-150 Lift Planning Procedure, Considerations & Execution Prepares participants to undertake lift planning activities through analysis of industry best practices for procedure, management and risk mitigation.
RE-160 Specialized Transport Planning & Engineering Considerations Introduces the methods in which loads are transported via road, water and rail and discusses the variables that make each method preferable while providing foundational knowledge for those involved in these areas.
RE-170 Standards & Regulations for Load Handling Equipment Discusses the various standards and regulations for load handling equipment, lift planning, mobile cranes and tower cranes including government regulations as well as industry specific requirements.