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What Does A Rigger Do?

When you see a huge crane safely performing a tricky job, one of the people responsible for that job's success is the rigger. Here's a short list of what the rigger does: has been OSHA certified or qualified according to…

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3 Facts About Qualified Riggers

A Qualified Rigger is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to be on the construction site during hoisting activities for assembly and disassembly work, when workers are in the fall zone and hooking, unhooking, or guiding loads.…

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Why OSHA Is Important

OSHA is a U.S. federal government agency that is responsible for ensuring workplace safety across many industries. It's an acronym that stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Riggers and signalpersons are certified by OSHA because they are important people…

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What A Heavy Equipment Rigger Does

Riggers are some of the most important people on the heavy equipment or construction site. Their job is to ensure safety and to maneuver equipment using ropes, chains, and hoists from one location or position to another. A rigger may…

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