Newly revised & expanded 2nd Edition Rigging Engineering Basics is a practical guide for Lift Directors, Lift Planners, Rigging Engineers, Site Superintendents, Field Engineers, Rigging Foremen, Heavy Lift Managers, Heavy Haul Planners, Crane Operators, and Advanced Riggers. This book is intended to inform people planning rigging operations and point them in the direction of best practice, to alert them to pitfalls and how to avoid them, to instruct in how to do certain basic rigging engineering tasks.
When you pass a construction jobsite, what do you invariably see? Crane booms. When someone wants to illustrate "construction", what type of pictures do they reach for? Cranes. Cranes are the visible indicator of lifting activities. Lifting is everywhere in construction, everything you remove or add has to be handled, sometimes multiple times. Then there is lifting in general industry, in steel works, in fabrication, in routine handling at docks and so on. As well as being universal, lifting is also one of the most hazardous activities routinely encountered on a construction job.
- 466 pages
- 8.5" x 11", softbound
- Both Metric and Imperial Systems used throughout examples in the text
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