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Structural Steel Erection
Crane Labour Hire
Hiring through complete rigging means you can enlist not only the right machines, but also dogging and rigging services through us. But what’s the difference between the two? And how do you know which you will need to undertake your project? We’ll walk you through the differences between dogging and rigging.
When it comes to construction dogging and labour hire, Doggers are personnel who have expertise in securing and directing sling loads. Dogmen will select the best equipment and decide the safest way to move a load. In order to perfectly utilise a crane to carry out a lift, regardless of the size of the load, it’s important to consider which method and machine is best to use. This is when a Dogman’s services are required. They will consider the load size, weight, and centre of gravity to ensure your slinging runs smoothly. Whenever a crane operator can no longer visually locate the load, the Dogman will direct them via radio, hand signals, and whistles to ensure proper care. Dogging also includes attaching and detaching the load throughout its movement.
A Dogman must hold a high-risk work license and undertake a dogging training course. Without their presence on a project, there could be serious hazards when to comes to safely moving loads. You can rest assured that Complete Rigging doggers come completely trained and qualified in dogging labour.
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