Wind Service Advanced Rigging with Lift Planning

WSARLP Training Highlights

  • Audience: Operators, Riggers, Lift Directors & Supervisors involved in lifts on wind farms
  • Length: 5 days (customizable)
  • Equipment: Mobile cranes; rigging
  • Regulations: Meets OSHA & ANSI requirements
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The WSARLP program is one of many CICB offers to the wind-energy sector.

WSARLP Training Overview

CICB’s Wind Service Advanced Rigging with Lift Planning Training program is specifically designed to upgrade the existing knowledge and skill levels of all personnel involved in lifts in onshore and offshore wind turbine erection, maintenance and decommissioning.

The course is heavy in math, lifting calculations and team exercises. The program will also cover site hazards, rigging, signaling, and the roles, responsibilities, and qualifications of personnel involved in the lifting operations.

The information provided in the classroom is reinforced with hands-on application sessions with rigging equipment at CICB’s Houston and Orlando training facilities or at your site.

All personnel attending this five-day program will gain significant and useful rigging techniques and skills, along with a thorough understanding of crane setup & capacity as well as lift planning for both routine and critical lifts.

For on-site training at your site with your equipment, call us at 800-327-1386 or find out more about on-site Wind Service Advanced Rigging with Lift Planning training.

What OSHA Regulations and ANSI Standards does this Wind Service Advanced Rigging with Lift Planning Training Meet?

Standards covered include:

CICB’s WSARLP meets and exceeds OSHA and ANSI requirements, ensuring your entire crew is equipped with the knowledge they need to conduct lifts on wind farms safely and effectively.

Who is Wind Service Advanced Rigging with Lift Planning Training for?

WSARLP training is designed for the whole team involved in the rigging and lifting process on onshore and offshore wind farms.

Topics Covered in WSARLP Training

Load Analysis

  • Load weight, center of gravity, and share of the load
  • Load attachment points
  • Level vs. unlevel attachment points
  • The lifting environment – pick and place locations

Hoisting Equipment

  • Crane and hoisting equipment selection
  • Site selection and preparation
  • Equipment transport and transit
  • Proper crane set-up
  • Equipment condition considerations (inspection)
  • Load charts & crane capacities
  • Crane operations

Rigging

  • Proper sling and rigging hardware selections
  • Rigging inspection
  • Rigging math applications
  • Selecting & using below the hook lifting devices
  • Use of chain falls and come-alongs as rigging.
  • Wire rope design, application & inspection
  • Rigging accidents – causes and prevention
  • Sling angle factors
  • Finding the center of gravity

Lift Planning

  • Applicable OSHA regulations & ANSI/ASME standards
  • Personnel assignments, qualifications, and responsibilities
  • Hazard analysis and mitigation
  • Hand and voice signals
  • Lift planning & load weight calculations
  • Load distribution
  • Wind turbine specific order of operations
  • Critical lift plans
  • Documentation requirements

Execution

  • Communication
  • Pre and post lift briefings
  • Load turning
  • Winching and drifting loads
  • Load control
  • Load share on multi-crane lifts
  • Management of change

Customized Onsite Training

Call 800-327-1386 or contact us here to request a quote for customized mobile crane operator training at your facility

CICB is a proud member of ACP and sits on the Wind Workforce Standards Committee

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Very Competent

I am pleased to be able to recommend CICB as a very competent source for crane operator training. Our site has been using CICB for a number of years to train and maintain certification for our crane operators. They exhibit an extensive background in the crane industry and their approach to training is very thorough and comprehensive.

J.S. - Boeing Aerospace - TX

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J.S. - Boeing Aerospace - TX

I am pleased to be able to recommend CICB as a very competent source for crane operator training. Our site has been using CICB for a number of years to train and maintain certification for our crane operators. They exhibit an extensive background in the crane industry and their approach to training is very thorough and comprehensive.

I Wouldn’t Change A Thing

The program is great.  I can’t think of anything that I would change.  The instructors were extremely knowledgeable and outgoing.  I have been recommending your course to other operators here.  I will ensure that my company use CICB for any other training that they require. Thank you again for your assistance.

N.S. - DynCorp International - Kuwait

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N.S. - DynCorp International - Kuwait

The program is great.  I can’t think of anything that I would change.  The instructors were extremely knowledgeable and outgoing.  I have been recommending your course to other operators here.  I will ensure that my company use CICB for any other training that they require. Thank you again for your assistance.

Properly & Successfully Trained

Thank you CICB for providing Crane Operator Training in two cities in Mexico recently.   With your instructor’s assistance and the professionalism, we thank you that we were properly and successfully trained.   I have recommended your company to my co-workers and others under the General Electric umbrella.

J.M. - GE Transportation in Latin America

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J.M. - GE Transportation in Latin America

Thank you CICB for providing Crane Operator Training in two cities in Mexico recently.   With your instructor’s assistance and the professionalism, we thank you that we were properly and successfully trained.   I have recommended your company to my co-workers and others under the General Electric umbrella.
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