Lowering & Rigging Equipment
Rigging involves lifting of heavy loads from one place to the other. This is a delicate procedure that should be done while considering the people working in and around. The reason is that any mishap endangers their lives and may damage the cargo and surroundings in the process.
Rigging is important when it comes to lowering heavy loads. However, if it is done in the wrong way, it could lead to potential accidents. It is possible to get injured by slipped loads or a failed rigging. This is why you should ensure that you do the rigging properly before trying to lift any load and include enough welds on pad eyes before lifting. Riggers should always keep the weight of the load in mind, as well as the shape of the equipment to be lifted. Always ensure that you follow the required rigging practices to help you rig the load in the right manner. Consider dimensions, the load’s centre of gravity and weight as all these factors will help you decide the right practices.
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