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									                          CONVERSION GUIDELINES FOR RIGGER TRADE THEORY FROM NATED (N) COURSES TO UNIT STANDARDS (US)
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           LEARNING ACTIVITIES                                                                         MATERIAL               UNIT STANDARD                 OUTCOME
     (N2 SYLLABUS-RIGGERS THEORY)                              UNIT STANDARD TITLE                     AVAILABLE                     ID           CREDITS   NUMBER          SPECIFIC OUTCOME
Steel wire ropes:                                            Identify and use steel wire                      Yes              253554/Level 3       12      SO1,2,3,4   Knowledge confirmed:
Grading, ordering procedure, storage, uncoiling and          ropes                                                                                                      Identification and explanation of
handling, inspection and measurement, lubrication                                                                                                                       the application of steel wire
(includes properties of steel-wire grease);                                                                                                                             ropes; Splice, join and inspect
Terminology of steel wire ropes; Reasons for wear,                                                                                                                      steel wire ropes; Use steel wire
deterioration and breakage. Fatigue, incidental                                                                                                                         ropes; Maintain, care and store
damage, and kinking (distortion, elongation, etc.);                                                                                                                     steel wire ropes.
Determining the condition of steel-wire ropes i.t.o.
various wear conditions, namely flange-wear, at the
joint, dead turns , mechanical damage, internal and          Terminate a steel wire rope by                   Yes              253641/ Level 3       2       SO1,2,3    Explain the factors critical to
external corrosion, plastic deformation; Describe wire-      means of capping                                                                                           terminating steel wire ropes by
rope damage at the main pulley; Describe                                                                                                                                means of resin capping;
construction of Koepe hoist winding rope ;factors                                                                                                                       Preparation and application of
extending wire-rope lifespan; inspection procedures,                                                                                                                    resin capping
care of pulleys and winches; purpose of Slings and           Apply lubrication to a steel wire                Yes              253585 / Level 2      2        SO1,2     Explanation, factors critical to
wire ropes and their applications; testing and               rope                                                                                                       lubricating steel wire ropes;
inspection; Reduction of tension in wire-ropes                                                                                                                          Preparation and application.


Inspection and maintenance of lifting equipment :            Perform pre-use maintenance                      Yes              253654/ Level 3       4      SO1,2,3,4   Discuss and explain basic
identify from drawings and sketches fibre rope strops        and inspection on lifting                                                                                  maintenance and inspection
and slings, chains, chain blocks and jib-hooks; screw-       machinery and equipment                                                                                    procedures, Planning and
jacks; ratchet-type jacks; hydraulic jacks; safety                                                                                                                      preparation for the maintenance
harnesses; tirfor winch-types; chain-slings; hand and                                                                                                                   and inspection process.
powered winches; sheave wheels and rope-pulleys;                                                                                                                        Maintenance and inspection
Draw up an inspection list of any equipment listed in                                                                                                                   procedures.
this module; Describe the maintenance of the                                                                                                                            Care and storage of tools and
equipment listed in this module; where applicable                                                                                                                       equipment.


          Document Title                            Conversion Guideline for Rigger From Nated (N) Courses To Units Standards (US)
          Document Number                           LPM–GL–019                            Date Compiled           13 November 2009
          Page Number                               Page 1 of 5                           *Last Revision Date
          Revision Number                           Rev 00                                Access                  Controlled
          Review: Learning Programme Manager                                              Approved: CEO
         4 October 2012                        *The document with the latest revision date is the current official document
(equipment in this module) Explain rope pulleys with         Inspect, use and care for                        Yes              253575/ Level 2    5   SO1,2,3,4   Identify and explain the
the aid of a sketch                                          manual lifting equipment and                                                                         application of manual lifting
                                                             tackle                                                                                               equipment and tackle
                                                                                                                                                                  (Inspection, application,
                                                                                                                                                                  maintenance, care and storage)
Winch systems:                                               Install scraper rigs and rig                    MQA               253674/ Level 2    4   SO1,2,3     Explain specified requirements
Operations, applications and inspection methods              scraper ropes in an underground                                                                      pertaining to Installation of
(Scraper Winch & Endless Winch). The application of          workplace                                                                                            scraper rigs; rigging of scraper
various scrapers and winches - and fencing of                                                                                                                     ropes; preparation for installation
machinery and pulley-wheels; Functions of Self-                                                                                                                   and installation procedure
release (Auto-release) pulleys; haulage-depressing,          Install scraper ropes onto                      MQA               253714 / Level 2   2   SO1,2,3,4   Explain requirements for
mushroom and pineapple rollers, investigation and            scraper winch drums                                                                                  installation of scraper ropes on
annealing of underground wagon fixtures.                                                                                                                          scraper winch drums;
Elevators:                                                                                                                                                        preparation and installation
Elevator ropes (popular elevator rope systems used in        Lift and move a load using a                    MQA               110163 / Level 2   4    SO1,2      Explain the factors critical to
SA, name various ropes, describe and explain its             Tugger Winch                                                                                         lifting and moving loads;
construction); Drum sizes (describe and sketch/s                                                                                                                  Preparation and application
types of grooves on traction elevator drive sheaves,
initial safety factor of a hoist rope, what is the
influence of “safety factor” on the lifespan of a rope);
Lubrication of ropes; Rope terminals – (sketch and           Lift and move a complex load                    MQA               253883/ Level 4    6   SO1,2,3,4   Identify and explain the
describe elevator rope terminals – equalising levers         using a winch                                                                                        application of winches.
and the tensioning arrangement; Installation of new                                                                                                               Preparation, use, maintenance,
ropes on drum winders                                                                                                                                             care and storage.




                                                             Conduct a routine inspection on                 MQA               253557 / Level 4   2    SO1.2      Factors critical to conducting a
                                                             an elevator                                                                                          routine inspection on an elevator;
                                                                                                                                                                  Preparation, inspection and
                                                                                                                                                                  completing a report (permission,
                                                                                                                                                                  personal protective equipment,
                                                                                                                                                                  tools, material and test
                                                                                                                                                                  equipment, obtaining and using
                                                                                                                                                                  information for conducting a
                                                                                                                                                                  routine inspection on an elevator,
                                                                                                                                                                  workplace hazard identification,
                                                                                                                                                                  awareness and control.
           Document Title                           Conversion Guideline for Rigger From Nated (N) Courses To Units Standards (US)
           Document Number                          LPM–GL–019                            Date Compiled           13 November 2009
           Page Number                              Page 2 of 5                           *Last Revision Date
           Revision Number                          Rev 00                                Access                  Controlled
         4 October 2012                        *The document with the latest revision date is the current official document
Mining rope systems:                                         Install scraper ropes onto                      MQA               253714 / Level 2   2    SO1,2,3
Scraper ropes (application and factors influencing           scraper winch drums
rope-life span); Mine hoists: winding ropes
(classification of hoists); Drum winders -                   Replace the bucket assembly of                  MQA               253635 / Level 2   2    SO1,2,3
Construction, Breaking strength: vertical shafts             a dragline
Breaking strength: inclined shafts; Friction (Koepe)
Winders; Construction of head ropes; Construction of         Replace the boom sheave wheel                   MQA               253576 / Level 3   3    SO1,2,3
tail ropes; Breaking strength of head ropes; Breaking        of a dragline
strength of tail ropes; Drum winders for sinking shafts;
Platform winders for sinking shafts; Construction            Examine a winder rope                           MQA               253602 / Level 4   4    SO1,2,3
• Breaking strength; Mine Hoists: Guide ropes;                     Examine winder rope                       MQA               253655 / Level 4   4    SO1,2,3
Construction; Breaking strength                                       attachments
Haulages :
Scraper winch, Koepe hoist, lifts, lifts cranes.
Describe in terms of the lift system - trom, sheave
wheel and sheave/pulley diameter/s; purpose /
difference helical/spiral and parallel grooves on
sheave-wheels, pulley wheels and pulleys; Purpose
and application of "free loops" and tail-pulleys; With
the aid of a sketch angle of deviation, position,
wedges , spacing and supports, Purpose of Koepe-
head and tail-ropes; dredgers - Explain the purpose of
cutting back-ends and front-ends; Explain winding
rope replacement


Cranes:                                                      Perform a lifting task by using a                Yes              253658 / Level 3   8    SO1,2,3     Identify, discuss and explain the
Mobile cranes (explain safety and define terms and           mobile crane                                                                                          use of mobile cranes. • Plan and
use sketch/s to describe the following; Describe and                                                                                                               prepare to lift and move the load;
explain using sketch/s types and classifications of                                                                                                                Direct the crane to lift and move
mobile cranes, safety aspects of application/use ;                                                                                                                 the load.
Derricking, slewing and hoisting; jib centre                 Conduct advanced tower crane                    TETA              116981 / Level 3   20   SO1,2,3,4   Plan work activity. Prepare work
distance/length; radius; stability reach; outreach;          operations                                                                                            area. Conduct tower crane
stability base; margin of stability; blocking-up base;                                                                                                             operations. Carry out
tail radius; load indications; stability; Inspection;                                                                                                              documentation, required checks
Cranes Types; Cranes - Design and construction                                                                                                                     and servicing
(factors critical to design and construction); Jib cranes    Sling complex loads and                          Yes              116986 / Level 3   12   SO1,2,3,4   Identify and select appropriate
– definition; types description; safety and best             communicate during crane                                                                              lifting equipment; Inspect and
practice measures; Derricks - definition; description;       operations                                                                                            evaluate lifting gear;
types (Stiff-leg, A-Frame, Guy-derrick); safety and                                                                                                                Communicate during crane
best practice measures; Travelling cranes - definition;                                                                                                            operations; Prepare and sling

           Document Title                           Conversion Guideline for Rigger From Nated (N) Courses To Units Standards (US)
           Document Number                          LPM–GL–019                            Date Compiled           13 November 2009
           Page Number                              Page 3 of 5                           *Last Revision Date
           Revision Number                          Rev 00                                Access                  Controlled
         4 October 2012                        *The document with the latest revision date is the current official document
types; description; safety and best practice measures;                                                                                                             complex loads
Various sketches of different hoists and cranes
(includes wall, hammer-head, tower, jib, pillar, pillar-
jib, breast, gin pole, stiff-leg, locomotive, crawler,
automotive, three-wheel industrial truck, forklift           Operate defined purpose lift                    TETA              242981 / Level 2   4    SO1,2,3,6   Inspecting and recording the
industrial truck – includes safety and best practice.        trucks                                                                                                operational fitness of battery
                                                                                                                                                                   powered lift trucks; Identifying
                                                                                                                                                                   and classifying freight/loads;
                                                                                                                                                                   Handling, loading and storing
                                                                                                                                                                   freight; Accessing available
                                                                                                                                                                   emergency support systems and
                                                                                                                                                                   services.
                                                             Operate a truck mounted loader                  TETA              116253 / Level 2   20    SO1,2      All safety features and warning
                                                             crane                                                                                                 devices on the crane are
                                                                                                                                                                   identified, and their purposes
                                                                                                                                                                   explained in accordance with
                                                                                                                                                                   manufacturer's specifications.
                                                                                                                                                                   Apply the recognised methods
                                                                                                                                                                   for inspecting and recording the
                                                                                                                                                                   operational fitness of all
                                                                                                                                                                   components
                                                             Operate overhead/gantry                         TETA              242976 / Level 2   5     SO1,2      Demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                             cranes                                                                                                functions of a crane; Identify the
                                                                                                                                                                   safety and suitability of the crane
                                                                                                                                                                   type prior to utilization
LIFTING MACHINES & DEVICES                                   Demonstrate knowledge of wire                   XXX               117033/ Level 3    3    SO1,2,3     Demonstrate knowledge of wire
Sheer legs, Tripods and Anchorages:                          rope, rigging accessories,                                                                            ropes used in cable yarding
Standing derrick – sketch and describe how derrick is        anchor systems and rigging in                                                                         operations; rigging accessories;
raised by a lever                                            cable yarding operations                                                                              anchor systems, rigging of
; Gyn or Tripod includes lashings (passing a head                                                                                                                  intermediate. Supports, tail trees
lashing) – sketch and describe the rigging of sheers,                                                                                                              and a tower for a cable yarding
guys and standing derricks, advantages /                                                                                                                           operation.
disadvantages; Sheers includes passing a head                Terminate a steel wire rope by                  XXX               253641/ Level 3    2     SO1,2      Explain the factors critical to
lashing, walking a derrick or sheers; Guys and winch         means of capping                                                                                      terminating steel wire ropes by
anchorages (deadmans’ anchorages for winches and                                                                                                                   means of resin capping;
guys, fitting guys to a mast on sloping ground, name                                                                                                               Preparation and application of
and describe holdfasts (baulk of timber trees, sea-                                                                                                                resin capping




           Document Title                           Conversion Guideline for Rigger From Nated (N) Courses To Units Standards (US)
           Document Number                          LPM–GL–019                            Date Compiled           13 November 2009
           Page Number                              Page 4 of 5                           *Last Revision Date
           Revision Number                          Rev 00                                Access                  Controlled
         4 October 2012                        *The document with the latest revision date is the current official document
anchor holdfast, double stake, across gap in masonry,         Transfer a load by means of                      Yes              253589 / Level 4    4    SO1,2,3   Factors critical to transferring a
trench-filled with well-rammed earth, baulk and picket        snatching and anchoring                                                                              load by means of snatching and
holdfast, stepping or raising a derrick by moving a                                                                                                                anchoring; Preparation for - and
lever. Anchorages: Describe briefly rope-blocks and                                                                                                                transferring a load by means of
tripods w.r.t. Layout, capacity, pulleys and strops;                                                                                                               snatching and anchoring.
Identify components from sketch: A-Frame and Guy
                                                              Manoeuvre a load by utilising a                Level 4            253594 / Level 4    5     SO1      Explain the factors critical to
derrick(limitations, advantages); lifting load capacity,
                                                              temporary construction                                                                               manoeuvring a load by means of
cap, spider plate, number and configuration of anchor
                                                                                                                                                                   a temporary construction.
ropes,Erection, head-clearance, advantages and
disadvantages), anchored lifting tower (lifting load
capacity and cap)
Calculations                                                                                                   N/A                                                 NO NQF UNIT STANDARDS -
                                                                                                                                                                   Calculations are integrated into
                                                                                                                                                                   each learning unit


Lifting machinery and devices Anchorages:                     Maintain brakes and clutches
Explain the term anchorage; Guy and winch
anchorages; double staking and dead man’s
anchorage; Describe briefly rope-blocks and tripods
w.r.t. Layout, capacity, pulleys and strops; Identify
components from sketch: A-Frame and Guy
derrick(limitations, advantages); (lifting load capacity,
cap, spider plate, number and configuration of anchor
ropes, erection, head-clearance, advantages and
disadvantages), anchored lifting tower (lifting load
capacity and cap)




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           Document Title                            Conversion Guideline for Rigger From Nated (N) Courses To Units Standards (US)
           Document Number                           LPM–GL–019                            Date Compiled           13 November 2009
           Page Number                               Page 5 of 5                           *Last Revision Date
           Revision Number                           Rev 00                                Access                  Controlled
         4 October 2012                         *The document with the latest revision date is the current official document

								
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