Roborigger has partnered with WA’s largest safety training facility, Saferight Training (RTO 5722) to incorporate Roborigger load control and orientation device training as part of its high-risk rigging, dogging, and crane operator courses.
With 31 years of experience offering high-risk, height safety and confined space safety training at its purpose-built training facilities around WA, Saferight is proud of its reputation for bringing in exposure to the latest technologies as part of its courses. Training personnel to work safely and use the best available tools and equipment is aligned with Roborigger’s mission to drive cultural change for safer and more efficient crane lifting practices.
Through the partnership with Saferight, any personnel enrolled in Saferight basic or advanced rigging, dogging, or crane operator’s courses will be given an introduction to Roborigger and will also have the opportunity to opt-in for Roborigger operator training at no extra cost and without extending the usual timeframe of the courses.
Saferight Founder and Managing Director Mack McCormack said that by incorporating this new concept in the high-risk work sector for dogmen, riggers and crane operators, students will be well equipped with new rigging skills to increase safety and productivity levels in their workplace.
“Employers are fulfilling their duty of care to their employees whilst providing their employees with the most updated construction technology as well as the safest method to rig and load in the construction and mining industry. Ultimately, students are the overall winners as they increase their qualifications with skills in updated technology without additional cost.”, says McCormack.
“Our collaboration with Saferight is part of our critical mission to shift the culture in crane lifting. Offering the Roborigger training for free as part of the rigging and dogging courses means we can accelerate industry-wide adoption of safer and more efficient crane lifting where taglines are no longer required, and where we no longer need to put people in the line of fire.”, says Roborigger founder and Managing Director Derick Markwell.