IWA 122: Ironworker - General Rigging
This course introduces scaffold erecting, scaffold dismantling, and basic rigging along with cranes and other rigging power equipment. Topics include safety, signals, calculations, fiber and wire ropes, hardware, slings and reeving. Students will use differing tools and devices for rigging including cranes, fork trucks, tuggers, gantries and truck loading. Load security and student safety is emphasized. This course is only available for Ironworker apprentices through the Local 25 training center.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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