2014 Ropes and Rigging Safety Seminar: December 3-4, 2014
Line crews are constantly required to use ropes, blocks, and other special equipment to raise, lower, and secure electrical components, tools, and equipment. In order to perform these tasks safely and efficiently, a fundamental knowledge of rigging and rigging equipment is necessary. This workshop concentrates on the basics of overhead rigging, including safe rigging practices, ropes, knots and knot tying, the use of hand lines, and the use of blocks and tackle.
Ropes and Rigging is $225/person. This included snacks, lunch and handouts.
About the Speaker
Al Czeczok comes with 40+ years of experience in the electrical power industry. Al is a retired Electrical Safety Instructor with Minnesota Rural Electric and is currently employed as a Job Training and Safety Instructor with Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association (MMUA) and represents the interests of Minnesota’s municipal electric, gas and water utilities.
Download the Brochure: 2014 Rigging Safety.pdf