What is a riggers ticket?

What is a riggers ticket?


If you intend to make a move into construction, you may need to get yourself a rigor’s ticket. This is the term used to describe a reading license. It will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of rigging and providing you with all the skills you need to safely work with lifting gear and the other range of loads on construction sites.


Working with a recognized reading license provider will ensure you get a nationally recognized qualification that will eat you when you’re looking for work on construction sites. On completion of your rigging ticket you will have the skills and qualifications needed to complete several important construction jobs including.


  • The erection of structural steel
  • Safely moving hoists and other plant materials
  • You know how to safely can’t deliver the loading platform of a crane


When compared to a basic dogman ticket, basic reading licenses usually have three distinct levels starting from basic rigging all the way to advanced rigging.

What to expect from a riggers ticket course?

They design the vast majority of rigging license courses to maximize both the flexibility and safety of construction workers. They provide a learning environment that can suit a variety of different needs. Most standard reading licenses come in three levels and they should be completed linearly.


The Basic Rigging Course

Step up from a dogman ticket the basic course would include the ability to inspect equipment how do you safety harnesses how to implement Hazard control measures how to repair rigging equipment and other advanced safety apparatus


The Intermediate Rigging Course

After you complete the basic reading course, the next step is to take an intermediate course which focuses on inspecting panels, rigging cranes and other advanced safety apparatus operations

The Advanced Rigging Course

Advanced rigging courses include the installation of swinging stages, poles, derricks, spans, ropes and introduce riggers to more advanced safety measures needed on construction sites