Full-Time Seasonal Rigger – Dispur
There must be an understanding of complicated rigging, heavy rigging, changing crane boom and cable, electrical safety, ladder and scaffold safety, introduction to lifting machines, fundamental rigging and wire rope basics as well as basic knowledge of blueprint reading for the Rigger. Obtaining certification from an NCCER-accredited institution is strongly recommended for all riggers. Using and operating work-related items and equipment must be done safely and effectively. All safety risks associated with this position have to be well studied and understood. Working in a factory or on a construction site will be a must.
Job Title : Seasonal Rigger
Location : Dispur, Assam, India
Salary : $ 15.46 per hour.
Company : Capital Markets Placement
Job Type : Full-Time
- Individuals involved in lifting and transporting goods are given signals or verbal directions to safeguard the safety of personnel and materials.
- This position requires strict adherence to the company’s policies on timekeeping, attendance, and absence reporting.
- Although most rigging installation jobs demand individual initiative and judgment, working as part of a team is crucial.
- Drilling, fastening, and testing head blocks, mule blocks, sheaves, and winches, as well as components of counterweighted, winched, and dead hanging systems.
- Planks, fiber ropes, wire ropes, chains, swing scaffolds, and other rigging equipment are all inspected, tested, and maintained.
- Installations need rigger work at heights ranging from twelve to sixty feet above ground, and may often necessitate the use of safety equipment and climbing.
- Working on or off of work platforms, trucks, streets, or other levels of structures or vessels requires the safe lifting and lowering of equipment, machinery, and other objects.
- A rigger’s job is to put up large lifting equipment and secure it using pulleys, ropes, and hoists. During the course of business, does physical work.
- Installation of hardware to existing structures, hanging pipes, beams, or trackers, as well as hardware to concrete, steel, wood, and block walls.
- Attaches loads to rigging to provide support or prepare them for moving, using hand and power tools.
- Push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 pounds on a regular basis, with the capacity to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 pounds on occasion.
- To be appointed, candidates must pass a drug test. During the course of their work, riggers are subjected to random drug and alcohol tests.
- The employee is often needed to stand, walk, climb, kneel, crawl, squat, and/or sit throughout the course of their work.
- Under general supervision, moves, laces, and secures heavy objects such as machinery and/or structural components with the use of rigging equipment, ladders, and gear; does related duties.
- Five years of full-time experience as a Rigger in the last ten years fulfilling the tasks and obligations outlined in the Duties and Responsibilities section.