Rigging involves using different machinery and tools, and one needs to know how to use them to minimize the chances of an accident and ensure work is done smoothly. For you to be considered qualified, you need to pass a rigging exam an earn a certificate. This quiz is designed to check if your knowledge is enough to pass the exam. Give it a shot!
The same as it is for the equipment lifts
50 percent more than it is for equipment lifts
Twice what it is for equipment lifts
Three times what it is for equipment lifts
75 percent of the crane's rated capacity
50 percent of the crane's rated capacity
The crane's rated capacity
25 percent of the crane's rated capacity
Two
Three
Five
Ten
10 degrees
20 degrees
30 degrees
40 degrees
True
False
0 degrees to horizontal
Between 30 and 60 degrees to horizontal
Between 60 and 45 degrees to horizontal
90 degrees to horizontal
Height of the boom in feet
Length of the sling in meters
Height of the load in feet
The distance between the hook and the load
Critical lift
Ordinary lift
Hazardous lift
Multi-crane lift
True
False
Monel
Center wire
Core
Lang
Traction steel
Plow steel
Improved plow steel
Extra improved plow steel
Copper
Aluminum
Bronze
Tin
Filler core
Independent wire rope core
Rotation resistant core
Seale core
Right lay
Left lay
Alternate lay
Lang lay
Regular lay
Left lay
Alternate lay
Lang lay
Warrel
Contractor
Seale
Laquor
Wires in a strand
Number of strands
Diameter of the core
Pattern of the strands
True
False
70%
80%
90%
95%
Abrasion ratio
Applied load
Nominal breaking strength
Parts of a line
Thimble, hand tucked
Swaged soocket
Wedge socket
Wire rope clips
70 to 90 percent
75 to 80 percent
80 percent
100 percent
IWRC
FC
WSC
EIPS
True
False
Long enough for three rope clips
Six centimeters
Six rope lengths
Ten inches
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