Rigging Course Refresher?

#1
Having taken my rigging course in Northern Ireland, and since been posted out,
I was wondering if there's any kind of 'updater' course to do, in order to keep
current?

Anyone?
 
#4
is_engr_supremo said:
obviously replace your rigging belt for a chamois and a bucket.
Only if it's anything like those 70's films, phwoarrr etc etc
 
#6
As far as i'm a aware we were told if you become unvalidated (less than 12 climbs in a year) you get revalidated by digby, by giving them a call and finding the next time they are going up stenigot and doing a day up there. Once they are happy you are safe etc then you are revalidated but must still make 12 climbs a year to keep it.
Was this any help.
 
#7
LuvTheCorps said:
As far as i'm a aware we were told if you become unvalidated (less than 12 climbs in a year) you get revalidated by digby, by giving them a call and finding the next time they are going up stenigot and doing a day up there. Once they are happy you are safe etc then you are revalidated but must still make 12 climbs a year to keep it.
Was this any help.
Who and What validates one of these said 12 climbs. Is it a flight of stairs?? A climb onto a cherry-picker wearing relevant safety equipment for working at height??

.............
 
#10
is_engr_supremo said:
My My puma you have been busy, 22 posts in just over a day.

Obviously u are mistaken, as u are not sat at this pc, I AM
not that busy
but then again i was not sat at this pc for a while!!
 
#11
Tango said:
Having taken my rigging course in Northern Ireland, and since been posted out,
I was wondering if there's any kind of 'updater' course to do, in order to keep
current?

Anyone?
Current thinking in NI is you have to re-qualify by doing the whole course again which is now 3 weeks long. Or it was about 6-12 months ago.
 

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