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32-Hour Rigger Supervisor Saturdays and Sundays 07/10/2021 – 07/18/2021 8AM – 5PM

NYC DOB 32-hour Rigger Supervisor

Saturday   07/10/21 : 8am – 5pm

Sunday      07/11/21 : 8am – 5pm

Saturday   07/17/21 : 8am – 5pm

Sunday      07/18/21 : 8am – 5pm


589 Johnson Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11237

This course is a requirement for an individual – who is not a licensed rigger or a designated foreman of a licensed rigger – to supervise the hoisting or lowering of articles on the outside of a building with hoisting equipment. In lieu of completing this course, an individual may instead possess a department approved national rigging certification.  This certification must be renewed every 4 years.

Prerequisites: None

Course content includes:

  • Introduction to Cranes & Derricks
  • Crane & RIGGING Accidents
  • CFR 29 OSHA 1926 Overview
  • NYC Construction Codes Overview
  • NYC Department of Buildings Overview
  • NYC Department of Transportation Overview
  • NYC Transit Authority Overview
  • Basic Building Structure
  • Inspection of Cranes, Ropes & Operator Responsibility
  • Maintenance and Repair of Cranes and Ropes
  • Crane Setup
  • Reading Plans
  • Operating Cranes
  • Reading Load Charts
  • Lifting & Lowering Loads
  • Operational Aids and Safety Devices
  • Crane & Derrick Safety Protocols & Emergency Procedures
  • Crane Assembly, Jumping & Disassembly
  • Rigging Requirements
  • General Construction Site Hazards
  • NYC DOB Unsafe Condition (311)
  • NYC DOI/Buildings Integrity Training
  • Written (Multiple Choice) Assessment

Student learning will be achieved through classroom presentations, lectures and hands-on demonstrations including use of scale-model & full-size scaffolds.

Requirements to Receive Certificate of Completion:

To receive a certificate of completion for this course, students must:

  • Be present during 100% of the course
  • Participate actively in learning activities, including hands-on demonstrations
  • Achieve a passing score of 70% on the final exams (written & practical)

Note: The practical portion of the final exam requires students to demonstrate basic proficiency in tying knots, terminating wire rope, assembling block & tackle, and hoist motor operation.

Students who do not achieve 70% on the written or practical exam may retake the entire 16-hour course and exam for a fee of $150. Students who fail the exam are not eligible for a refund.

Make-up time is not permitted for this course. If, for any reason, a student misses any part of the training, the student must contact NYCSTC to make arrangements attend another class (additional fees may apply).

Starts On 07/10/2021
Duration 4 Days
Price $550.00

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