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How Much Does Lifting and Rigging Training Cost?

How Much Does Lifting and Rigging Training Cost? We’re all familiar with the high cost of injuries, lawsuits, equipment damage, and fines relating to lifting accidents and we know that proper training is one of the best ways to ensure that your company’s lifting and rigging program follows industry requirements to help protect your employees against the risks associated with lifting and rigging. So you might be asking yourself, where do I start?

We sat down with Adam Franz, the winner of 2019’s Corporate Top Trainer by Crane Hot Line. Adam has been in the world of lifting and rigging for over 15 years and now holds the position of Mazzella’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager.

In this video you’ll learn:

– What is covered in Mazzella’s lifting and rigging training
– How to determine if your employees need the training
– The cost, and factors that affect the price.

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In this video
0:00 – Intro
1:05 – What is the importance of lifting and rigging training?
2:25 – What is covered in Mazzella training?
3:10 – Mazzella’s learning modules
4:20 – How much does lifting and rigging training cost?
5:04 – How do I make the most of training?
5:56 – What happens once training is complete?
7:39 – Learn more
7:44 – Closing

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Disclaimer: Any advice, graphics, images, and/or information contained herein are presented for general educational and information purposes and to increase overall safety awareness. It is not intended to be legal, medical, or other expert advice or services, and should not be used in place of consultation with appropriate industry professionals. The information herein should not be considered exhaustive and the user should seek the advice of appropriate professionals.