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Industry Leading Rigging Course in Brisbane

Cranes are a crucial tool in many industries. However, the lifting and movement of heavy loads can pose a significant safety risk if not carried out correctly. Rigging courses provide participants with the skills and knowledge to safely carry out these tasks, and are therefore essential to ensure the safety of workers and the workplace.

HOST Safety and Training offer an industry-leading Rigging course in Brisbane that is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to safely carry out rigging tasks. To book or learn more about our rigging course, contact us today.

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At HOST Safety and Training, we take pride in being a leading Registered Training Organisation (RTO) dedicated to shaping a safer and more secure work environment. Our passion for workplace safety means that we deliver excellence in training, offering an extensive range of accredited and non-accredited courses to clients across Brisbane.

In addition to our training programs and courses, we offer support services such as safety consultation, audits and planning, and emergency response personnel. Choose HOST Safety and Training as your partner in elevating workplace safety, and together, we build a foundation of knowledge, cultivate a safety-focused culture, and achieve unparalleled returns on your investment in a safer, more secure workplace.


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The Importance Of Rigging Training In Brisbane

Rigging refers to all the tasks involved in the lifting and movement of heavy loads via cranes and hoists. A rigger’s main duties are to inspect, maintain and install rigging equipment in a way that is safe and complaints with industry standards.

When securing a load with slings or chains, there are many factors to consider, including the type of load, its weight and the angle at which it will be lifted. The working environment also needs to be taken into account, as some rigging tasks need to be carried out in confined spaces or at heights.

As such, it is vital that all workers involved in rigging operations are fully trained in the correct safety, inspection and operational procedures. Host Safety and Training deliver top-quality training, providing participants with the necessary skills to identify, control and manage hazards in the rigging industry.

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    Brisbane Rigging Course Outline

     Identifying hazards and risks in the workplace is the first step to reducing potential accidents. Our basic rigging course equips workers with the knowledge and skills to fulfil basic rigging tasks involving:

    • Hoists
    • Steel erections
    • Moving plant and equipment
    • Setting up safety nets and static lines
    • Placing precast concrete members.

    This five day course also teaches workers how to plan tasks, choose and examine the equipment, erect plants and structures and dismantle them. Rigging training is delivered at our onsite training facility or onsite.

    Ready To Apply For Your Rigging Qualification?

    To be able to safely conduct rigging activities, you will need to be trained and assessed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Australia Law requires all training applicants to fulfil the following conditions.


    Applicants but be at the age of 18 years old and above before a rigging ticket course application

    English Understanding

    Effective communication is vital to absorb information during the training course. The trainee must have basic knowledge in both verbal and written English as it is required that the trainees understand the training course, which is formatted in English.

    Proof of Identity

    Must present evidence of identity before getting accepted for rigging ticket training.

    Unique Student Identifier

    All trainees must be in possession of USI– a unique reference number that is given to trainees.

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    Does Rigging Training In Brisbane Have Pre-Requisites?

    To apply and partake in a basic rigging course, participants are required to hold a valid high-risk work licence for dogging (class DG) or the unit CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging.

    It is important to note that high-risk work licences are valid for five years, after which this licence will need to be renewed. Workers have a 12-month window to renew their licence, starting from the date of expiry. They are not a licenced operator until it’s renewed.

    If this time frame is not met, the worker will need to retake and pass the relevant test to renew their high-risk work licence. Reach out to Host Safety and Training for your rigging training needs!

    Expert Rigging Courses In Brisbane

    At HOST Safety and Training, we offer leading safety training and assessment for rigging work licences in Brisbane.

    With a focus on safety and current industry knowledge, we aim to provide participants with high-quality training solutions that exceed industry standards.

    Our expert trainers are passionate about safety and have years of experience in the rigging industry. They understand the importance of delivering quality training that meets the needs of each individual participant

    We offer both theory and practical-based training, allowing participants to gain a comprehensive understanding of the rigging process. To get your Brisbane rigger’s ticket get in touch with us today!

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    CPCCLRG3001A- Licence to Perform Rigging Basic Level


    CPCCLRG3001A- Licence to Perform Rigging Basic Level

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