Over the last several years, the industry has made changes to the regulations. In particular have been changes to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers standard B30, requiring the training of all personnel who perform lifting and rigging duties. All-Lifts, Inc. has recognized the costs associated with accidents and fines that result from a lack of rigging knowledge and expertise. Since All-Lifts developed our rigging seminar in 1984, there has been a growing demand for training seminars covering rigging procedures and regulations. To help educate our customers on the proper use, care, and maintenance of all types of rigging equipment, All-Lifts,Inc. has developed a detailed training seminar that focuses on these issues. To meet your specific needs, an outline of all available discussion topics has been provided below.
Seminar material is presented by using the latest technology and hands on materials. We have developed our seminar to be used with Power point and projected onto a large screen with a multi media projector. We also use a multitude of damaged or defective sling materials for the attendees to inspect.