Silabus Training :




This course is designed to provide the student with training in rigging using fiber line, wire rope and chains. The student will also perform reeving, rigging using slings, and specialized rigging, and will use miscellaneous rigging equipment, material handling power equipment, and be able to load and unload trucks.



The objective of this course is to enable a student to select and use rigging.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

Perform rigging using fiber line, wire rope and chains.

Use rigging hardware, perform reeving, perform rigging using slings, and

perform specialized rigging.

Use miscellaneous rigging equipment, material handling power equipment,

and be able to load and unload trucks.



1.     Resources Required :

Mobile Crane

Rigging Tower for simulation of pipe/steelwork installation using rigging


Various slings chain, F.S.W.R., Synthetic

Sling terminations Shackles, Plate Clamp

Rigging gear Chain Block, Chain Puller, Spreader Beam/Lifting Beam

Cordage 12mm sisal

Various loads pipe etc.

2.     Applicable :

General Lifting/Rigging Procedures

3.     Regulations and Standards :

Specific regulations dealing with cranes and AS 2550 Pt.1 and AS 1418

(relevant part)

Relevant Australian Standards reflected in [NOHSC. 1006 (2001)]

Relevant Codes of Practice Worksafe WA

4.     Plan Work :

Site requirements and rules

Site hazards


Job Planning and risk assessment (JSA)

5.     Safety Factors :

Breaking strain of slings and lifting equipment

Safety factor of slings

Methods of determining the SWL from the breaking strain and safety factor

6.     Slinging Methods :

Limitations of slings when direct lifting for various shaped loads square

and circular

Angle factors

Determining the sling angle by measurement tape measure

Sling configurations single, dual, and multiple slings

Slinging methods for pipe installation

Correct use and application of dunnage

Edge protection

Calculations required to compensate for stress points in slings chokes,

reeving around different shaped loads

7.     F.S.W.R. (Flexible Steel Wire Rope) :

Construction of wire rope and terminology strands, wires, rope lay

Type of FSWR available and application

Inspection care/maintenance of slings

Discard factors in accordance with Australian Standards

Identification of FSWR slings in accordance with JRM system

8.     Fibre Rope :

Construction of fibre rope and types available natural and synthetic

Tag lines type of rope, size & reasons used

Essential knots - Bends and hitches


9.     Chain Slings :

ISO Grading and AS Grading

Grade markings and manufacturers markings

SWL information required on chain tags

Reduction in SWL for various angles and wrapping

Methods for safe use of chain slings

Assembly of chain slings using matching components

Terminating components description and use

Sling load charts

Calculations to determine correct SWL for a given load

Inspection of chain discard factors

Storage requirements housekeeping

10.  Synthetic Slings :

Types available - flat, round

Manufacturers instructions for use

Inspection care/maintenance

Safe use limitations of synthetic slings

SWL understanding from the tag

11.  Rigging Appliances :

Use of chain blocks, comalongs, and wire pullers

Shackles different types available and safety factors

Eye bolts types available and safe use

Use of wire rope clamps

Metal/resin socket terminations

Wedge and socket type terminations

Safe use of plate lifting clamps

Spreader and lifting beams

Inspection, care and maintenance of rigging appliances

12.  Slinging Practice (Slings in General) :

Safe use procedure for all sling types

Reeving factors

Angle factors

Determine capacity required

Requirements for single and double wrapping

13.  Calculation of Mass :

Calculate area

Calculate volume

Estimation using known methods

14.  Crane Operation :

General requirements for safe operation of cranes

Australian Standard signals and radio communications

15.  Practical Training :

Correct use of lifting appliances ie. Chain blocks, Comalongs, Wire Rope Pullers

Correct use of other rigging appliances beam trolleys, beam clamps etc

Correct use of FSWR, Chain, and Synthetic Slings wrapped around beams and pipework for load shifting

Use packing to protect slings from sharp edges

Application of knowledge and necessary calculations to determine the

mass of a load for lifting or shifting

Application of knowledge and necessary calculations to determine sling SWL required for a given load, and the sling configuration

Use appropriate crane signals in accordance with Australian Standards


INSTRUCTOR : Michael Ferdinand Surjadi


VENUE : Jakarta (Maxone Hotel Menteng, Balairung Hotel Matraman, Sentral Hotel, Haris Tebet, Gd Muamalat Institute, Ibis Manggadua, Little Amaroossa Residence, Cosmo Amaroossa, Zodiak MT. Haryono, Grand Tjokro)





1. 29 Jan 2018-02 Feb 2018

2. 26 Feb 2018-02 Mar 2018

3. 26 Mar 2018-30 Mar 2018

4. 23 Apr 2018-27 Apr 2018

5. 28 May 2018-01 Jun 2018

6. 25 Jun 2018-29 Jun 2018

7. 23 Jul 2018-27 Jul 2018

8. 30 Jul 2018-03 Aug 2018

9. 24 Sep 2018-28 Sep 2018

10. 29 Oct 2018-02 Nov 2018

11. 26 Nov 2018-30 Nov 2018

12. 03 Dec 2018-07 Dec 2018




1.    Rp. 9.500.000/peserta (bayar penuh) atau

2.    Rp. 9.250.000/peserta (early bird, yang membayar 1 minggu sebelum training) atau

3.    Rp. 8.950.000/peserta (peserta bergroup yang terdiri dari 3 peserta atau lebih dari 1 perusahaan yang sama)



1.    Modul Training

2.    Flashdisk Training berisi materi training

3.    Sertifikat

4.    ATK: NoteBook dan Ballpoint

5.    T-Shirt

6.    Ransel

7.    Foto Training

8.    Ruang Training dengan fasilitas Full AC dan multimedia

9.    Makan siang dan 2 kali coffeebreak

10.   Instruktur yang Qualified