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Safety Lunch: Rigging Training

Safety Lunch and Learn

This Event Has Been Cancelled

Social distancing has been suggested to help safeguard against COVID-19, and the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus, therefore we (NUCA of Colorado) will be cancelling our March 20th, 2020 Safety Lunch 


Each month, NUCA of Colorado holds a captivating Safety Program with an industry hot topic. This month's program will be a Safety Lunch on Rigging Inspection & Rejection Criteria. Our instructor will go over what you should be looking for and at with with synthetics, chain and wire rope slings. How to inspect each of these items and when they need to be removed from service. Be sure to bring not just your safety professionals but also those members of your crew that will be performing these tasks.

Instructor: Nathan Gubanich with Mazzella Denver Wire Rope has been in this industry for just over 10 years and has been doing safety/training for almost 6 years.  Nathan started out in the rigging world out in the shop physically making slings and lifting devices.  From their he was able to work through sales and eventually into the outside sales world.  It was there that he got a taste for safety and training in this industry.  Nathan started delving into OSHA and ASME regulations and talking with manufactures about safe product uses and limitations; he also started attending more trainings from other safety companies to get an idea of how this information was presented and digested by people who used the product everyday.  Safety in rigging is something that is ever changing and always offers up more to learn so Nathan prides himself on his drive to keep up with this information and constantly learn from the people/companies he teaches on how his product is applied to their everyday lives.

Lunch and beverages will be provided.

Register Now so that we can plan for lunch and space.

Date and Time: 
Friday, March 20, 2020 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
Pinkard Construction - 3855 Elk Dr. Westminster, CO 80030

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