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Rigger Job Description, Career as a Rigger, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

riggers steel union apprenticeship

Education and Training: Apprenticeship

Salary: Median—$17.27 per hour

Employment Outlook: Fair

Definition and Nature of the Work

Riggers help operate machines that move heavy objects including steel plates, bundles of steel rods, drilling towers, platforms, and the heavy construction equipment used to build and take down steel structures.

Riggers have many responsibilities. They decide which pulleys, booms, braces, and cables are strong enough for each job. They also must know where to attach the hooks, chains, and cables to lift a load safely. In some cases, riggers build equipment around the object to be moved, such as a tower or boom. While the object is being lifted, riggers use hand signals and other means to direct crane operators and help guide the objects into place.

Education and Training Requirements

A high school education is recommended. Courses in mathematics, plan reading, and shop are especially valuable. English and communication courses are also important, because riggers give directions to others.

Riggers use pulleys, cable, and hooks attached to cranes to lift heavy objects such as steel plates, bundles of steel rods, and drilling towers. (© Earl Dotter. Reproduced by permission.)

After high school, riggers can begin their training by working on the job as riggers' helpers. The trade can usually be learned in several years. However, the best training is offered by formal apprenticeships. Apprenticeships are supervised by union contract or committees. These programs involve both on-the-job training and at least 204 hours of classroom instruction each year. Apprenticeships for riggers last three or four years, depending on local union requirements. Applicants must be at least eighteen years old, have a high school diploma or its equivalent, be in good physical condition, and be alcohol and drug free. Apprentices receive training in blueprint reading, care and safe use of tools, mathematics, welding, and oxyacetylene flame cutting. Riggers who complete apprenticeship programs have a thorough background in their trade.

Getting the Job

The best way to enter an apprenticeship is to contact the appropriate union. Local union offices can be found in the Yellow Pages under "Labor Organizations" or through Internet search engines. If an apprenticeship is not a possibility, prospective riggers can contact construction companies, shipbuilders, trucking and hauling firms, steel mills, chemical companies, oil refineries, and heavy equipment manufacturers, all of which employ riggers. State employment offices, job banks on the Internet, and newspaper classified ads are other sources of job information.

Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Riggers advance mainly by receiving increases in pay. Wages frequently depend on the company's location and the worker's skill and experience. Wages also vary with the particular job.

Opportunities depend, to some extent, on the condition of the economy. However, the employment outlook for riggers is generally as good as the average for all jobs through 2014. Employment may decline in specific industries and regions of the country and because of changes in construction methods.

Working Conditions

Working conditions for riggers depend on the specific job. Some riggers work mainly in industrial plants, where it can be noisy and dirty. Others work outdoors on construction sites. They may lose work time because of bad weather. Riggers also work around shipyards and docks, where it can be cold and damp. A forty-hour, five-day workweek is normal. When overtime is necessary, a higher wage is paid.

The demand for riggers varies in different areas. As a result, some riggers, especially those working for contractors, must travel long distances or even move to find employment. Riggers who work for industrial plants and similar organizations usually do not have this problem.

The rigger's work is physically demanding. The workers must be in good physical condition. Good eyesight and the ability to judge distances are important. Riggers must also be able to give and take instructions, solve problems, and work well with others.

Where to Go for More Information

International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Iron Workers
1750 New York Ave. NW, Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 383-4800
http://www.ironworkers.org

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers
753 State Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 371-2640
http://www.boilermakers.org

National Association of Women in Construction
327 S. Adams St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104-1002
(800) 552-3506
http://www.nawic.org

United States Department of Labor
Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services
200 Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20210
(202) 693-3813
http://www.doleta.gov/atels_bat

Earnings and Benefits

Earnings vary, depending on the location of the work and the industry in which the rigger works. The median wage for riggers in 2004 was $17.27 an hour. Apprentices normally earn fifty to sixty percent of the qualified craft worker's wage. They receive wage increases as they progress through their training. Nonunion riggers generally earn less than union workers. Union contracts provide health benefits, life insurance, paid vacations, and pension plans.

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Years ago (1945-1962) my father worked as a rigger at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. Were riggers exposed to asbestos during that time. There is a high level of cancer is my family and I am atempting to tract the original source.

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over 5 years ago

its me rigger helpar.

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RE : RESUME

PERSONAL DATA

NAME : Francis Jason Trevor
ADDRESS : Block 771yishun
avenue 3 Singapore ( 760771 )
PHONE NO : 82675809
EMAIL : francisjason20@yahoo.com
DATE OF BIRTH : 20th September 1977
CITIZENSHIP : Singaporean
RACE / RELIGION : Eurasian / Roman Catholic
MARITAL STATUS : Single

AWARDS :
1. Institute Of Marine System. ( Safety Supervisor Program )
2. Fire Fighting Course. ( National Maritime Academy )
3. Quality Action Course.( Singapore Productivity & Standards Board )
4. N.T.C Grade Three In Mechanical Servicing. ( Institute Of Technical Education )
5. Signalman Course. ( The Singapore Contractors Association L.T.D )
6. Riggers Course. ( The Singapore Contractors Association L.T.D )
7. Safety Supervisor ( PSA Institute, The World's Port Of Call )
8. Lifting Supervisors Safety Course ( PSA Institute, The World's Port Of Call )
9. Shipyard Safety Instruction Course For Worker ( NTUC Learning Hub 20/01/2011 )
10. Safety Course for Workers. Oil / Petrochemical ( NTUC Learning Hub 19/12/2012 )
11. Construction Safety Orientation Course ( I.T.C Industrial Training Centre 19/05/2012 )
12. Mammoet Heavy Lifting ( Rigging awareness Course )
13. Mammoet Safety Award ( January 2008 )
14. Foster Wheeler Safety Performance ( Hydrocarbon Fluids Expansion Project )
15. Equator Certificate ( RSS COURAGEOUR ) Republic Of Singapore Navy
16. 195 Coxswain Course ( F.C.E.P ) Republic Of Singapore Navy
17. On Shore Crane / Lifting Safety Management.

EMPLOYMENT PERIOD
1. Republic Of Singapore Navy. (1995 to 2001)
2. F&N Coca-Cola. (Singapore Pte Ltd 2002 to 2003)
3. PSA. (Rigger / Cargo Lashing / Unlashing / Lifting 2004 to 2007)
4. Jurong Port. (Rigger / Cargo Lashing / Unlashing / Lifting 2004 to 2007)
5. Loyang Offshore Supply Base. (Rigger / Cargo Lashing / Unlashing / Lifting 2004 to 2007)
6. Cargo Container Port. (Rigger / Cargo Unlashing & Lashing / Lifting 2004 to 2007)
7. Mammoet Heavy Lifting Pte Ltd. (Rigger / Signalman / Lifting supervisor 2008 to 2010)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
I believe that with my working experiences a passion for heavy lifting and high seas
with the willingness to excel further, I am confident that i would make the right candidate
for the job. I am able to coordinate with all levels of staffs, a strong sense of commitment
and responsibility, a team player who works independently with a drive of self-motivation
and initiative, successfully demonstrated a determination to go even further my best and
willing to learn other skills if called upon.


In conclusion to my application, I should be very happy to discuss this in more detail with
you further and can be readily available for a interview at any time.









1) NAME OF COMPANY :
A) Hoy San Stevedoring Pte Ltd. ( contractor )
B) Docker's Marine Pte Ltd. ( contractor )

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
A) P.S.A Container Port.( working onboard container vessel (lose cargo )
B) P.S.A Pasir Panjang Wharf.( working onboard vessel / barge / yard )
C) Loyang Offshore Supply Base.( working onboard vessel / barge / yard )
D) Jurong Port.( working onboard vessel / barge / yard )

3) DESTINATION :
A) Singapore & O.P.L Anchorage

4) DESIGNATION :
A) Stevedoring / Rigger / Signalman.
B) Lifting Supervisors.
C) Safety Supervisors.

5) DATE START / END :
A) 6 MARCH 2004 to 12 JANUARY 2008.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Stevedoring / Rigging. ( loading / unloading )
B) Lashing / Unlashing. ( chain / wire / web sling )
C) Signal.
D) Lifting.





















PERSONAL SHIPBOARD EXPERIENCE


1 Coast Guard Patrol Vessel ( RSS FEARLESS 45M ) Decommission
• Deck Crew / Seaman. ( A.B )
• Replenish At Sea. ( R.A.S )
• Weapon Specialist. ( 40mm GUNNER )
• Helmsmen. ( PROPELLER )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Anchoring Operation

2 Missile Gun Boat ( RSS LION 45M ) Decommission
• Deck Crew / Seaman. ( A.B )
• Replenish At Sea. ( R.A.S )
• Weapon Specialist. ( 57mm / 0.5mm GUNNER )
• Helmsmen. ( PROPELLER )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Anchoring Operation

3 Mine Countermeasures ( RSS KALLANG 65M )
• Deck Crew / Seaman. ( A.B - i/c )
• Replenish At Sea. ( R.A.S )
• Mine Hunting Operations.
• Helicopter Signal Operation at sea. ( Emergency Evacuation )
• Shark Rifleman. ( Man Over Board ) ( M.O.B )
• Sea boat Coxswain. ( i/c Search & Rescue Operations )
• Underwater Radio Operated Vehicle. ( ROV OPERATOR )
• Helmsmen. ( V.S.P )
• Weapon Specialist. ( 40mm CHIEF GUNNER )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Anchoring Operation
























4 Landing Ship Tank ( RSS PERSEVERANCE 140M ) Decommission

• Deck Crew / Fast Craft Seaman. ( A.B )
• Replenish At Sea. ( R.A.S )
• Helicopter Signal Operation at sea. ( Emergency Evacuation )
• Weapon Specialist. ( 0.5mm GUNNER )
• Helmsmen. ( PROPELLER )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Anchoring Operation

5 Anti-Submarine Vessel ( RSS COURAGEOUS 55M ) Decommission

• Deck Crew / Seaman. ( A.B - I/c )
• Replenish At Sea. ( R.A.S )
• Helicopter Signal Operation at sea. ( Emergency Evacuation )
• Shark Rifleman. ( M.O.B )
• Weapon Specialist. ( 76mm CHIEF GUNNER )
• Sea boat Coxswain. ( I/c Search & Rescue Operations )
• Helmsmen. ( HAMILTON JET )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Anchoring Operation

6 Fast Craft Coxswain Operator (I/c 13M)
• Helmsmen.( HAMILTON JET )
• Lookout. ( I/c )
• Beaching Operations.
• Search & Rescue Operations
• Anchoring Operation

7 Boating & Diving Society ( 65M )
• Helmsmen. ( PROPELLER )
• Bridge Lookout.
• Deck Crew / Seaman. (A.B )



















Name : Francis Jason Trevor

Address : Blk 810 Woodlands Street 81, #09-183 Singapore ( 730810 )

Phone No : + 65 82675809

EMAIL: francisjason20@yahoo.com

Dear Sir/Madam

RE: APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF RIGGER )

I hereby wish to take this opportunity of a lifetime to forward my application
for the post of a rigger. Being in the service with the Singapore Navy for the
past six years, I’m currently working as a Rigger with Singapore Mammoet
Heavy Lifting Pte Ltd. I have decided to seek employment with your company
with the main intension of fulfilling my dream. My passion to travel to various
parts of the world, meeting people of different races and especially to dedicate
my experience and service. It will definitely open up a new page in my life. It
would be certainly an avenue of ample opportunities.

I believe that with my working experiences, a passion for heavy lifting and high
seas with the willingness to excel further, I am confident that I would make the
right candidate for the above mentioned position I am applying for.

In my conclusion to my application, I should be very happy to discuss this in
more detail with you further and can be readily available for a interview at any time.


Hoping to hear from you soon,
Thanking You and have a nice day.


I remain your sincerely,



Francis Jason Trevor.
Encl: CV & photo.
















1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Jurong Island EXXON MOBIL ( H.C.F )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
14 JANUARY 2008 to 12 MAY 2008.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-2800 ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Assemble & Dismantle Of HITACHI SUMITOMO Crane ( SCX -2800 )
C) Assemble & Dismantle Of S.P.M.T ( KAMAG )
D) Heavy Lifting / Tandem Lifting.
E) Boom Lift.
F) Signalman.


































1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Jurong Shipyard. ( J.S.L )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
17 MAY 2008 to 29 AUGUST 2008.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Push Up System Of Seadrill & Petro-rig Platform.
B) Skidding System Of Seadrill & Petro-rig Platform.
C) Strand Jack System Shifting Of Seadrill & Petro-rig Platform.





































1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Palau Ular Project Houdini E.C.C ( SHELL )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
30 SEP 2008 to 15 MARCH 2009.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-1800. ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-2400. ( Super Lift Crane )
C) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-4800. ( Super Lift Crane )
D) Assemble & Dismantle Of LIEBHERR Crane 11350. ( Super Lift Crane )
E) Assemble & Dismantle Of S.P.M.T ( SCHEVERLE )
F) Heavy Lifting / Tendem Lifting.
G) Signalman

































1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Jurong Island EXXON MOBIL Singapore Parallel Train (S.P.T )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
16 MARCH 2009 to 4 MAY 2009.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of LIEBHERR Crane 11350. ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-2800. ( Super Lift Crane )
C) Heavy Lifting / Tandem Lifting.
D) Boom Lift.
E) Signalman.



































1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Tuas NExBTL Plant Project ( Neste Oil / Technip )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
4 MAY 2009 to 29 MAY 2009

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of LIEBHERR Crane 11350. ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-2800. ( Super Lift Crane )
C) Assemble & Dismantle Of KOBELCO ( C.K.E 2500 )
D) Heavy Lifting / Tandem Lifting.
E) Boom Lift.
F) Signalman.


































1) NAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Jurong Island EXXON MOBIL Singapore Parallel Train OLEFIN ( S.P.T SHAW )

3) DESTINATION :
Singapore.

4) DESIGNATION :
Rigger. From 30 MAY 2009 To 25 AUG 2009
Lifting Supervisor. 26 AUG 2009 To 18 AUG 2010

5) DATE START / END :
30 MAY 2009 to 18 Aug 2010.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of LIEBHERR Crane 11350. ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Assemble of ZOOM LION Crane ( QUY 260 Crane )
C) Assemble of Dismantle DEMAG Crane CC-2400. ( Super Lift Crane )
D) Assemble & Dismantle Of M.S.G-80 Crane
E) Heavy Lifting / Tandem Lifting.
F) Signalman.


































1) MAME OF COMPANY :
Mammoet Heavy Lifting & Transport Pte Ltd.

2) PROJECT LOCATION :
Batam .

3) DESTINATION :
Batam Yard.

4) DESIGATION :
Rigger.

5) DATE START / END :
18 Aug 2010 To 29 Sep 2010.

6) SCOPE OF JOB :
A) Assemble & Dismantle Of DEMAG Crane CC-2800. ( Super Lift Crane )
B) Loading & Offloading On Barge. ( Crane and Barge Ballast System )
C) Signalman.

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almost 5 years ago

I would like to participate in Rigger's training course,i like the career as a Rigger.Currently i'm a Rigger.

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over 5 years ago

applay for rigger

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over 5 years ago

i just want to know about the rigs education qualification.and how to study in abroad with minimum expences.and will the rig workers suffer from cancer ,etc something like that

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over 5 years ago

Rigger Job Description, Career as a Rigger, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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about 5 years ago

i am working in sigapore for 12 years riggig@ load testing for crane life boat all load.

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Rigger Job Description, Career as a Rigger, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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9 months ago

i want to be employed in your company and i will be abiding by the rules and regulation of your company

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almost 2 years ago

its me rigger helpar

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almost 2 years ago

I'm knowledge for communication rigger

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about 2 years ago

23inch and hight is 6.2 inch

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about 2 years ago

23inch and hight is 6.2 inch

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about 2 years ago

Hi
I like to inform to all I am interested about this job

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over 2 years ago

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over 2 years ago

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about 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

Sir/Madam,
I can recommend my father, he's very good in rigging and now he's working in Doha, Qatar. he has 16 years of experience as a rigger and now he got promoted as a rigger foreman. I want to know if there are available positions for rigger. Please send me an email of the available positions for rigger and I will inform my father immediately.

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over 4 years ago

Sir/Madam,
I can recommend my father, he's very good in rigging and now he's working in Doha, Qatar. he has 16 years of experience as a rigger and now he got promoted as a rigger foreman. I want to know if there are available positions for rigger. Please send me an email of the available positions for rigger and I will inform my father immediately.

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over 4 years ago

very interested in this job...wanna know more and am willing to travel.

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almost 6 years ago

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almost 6 years ago

CURRICULUM VITAE





PERSONAL DETAILS





SURNAME : MAHLANGU

FORENAMES : BILLY SIPHO

NATIONALITY : SOUTH AFRICAN

IDENTITY NUMBER : 7904235185085

MARITAL STATUS : MARRIED

LANGUAGES : ENGLISH , AFRIKAANS ,ZULU,E.T.C

DRIVER’S LICENCE : CODE 10 (C1)

OCCUPATION : RIGGER CHARGE-HAND

ACTIVITIES : SOCCER & GYM (BODY LAB)

HOBBIES : MUSIC & TV

CONTACT DETAILS : 076 125 5899

E-MAIL : www.bsmahlangu@anglocoal.co.za





QUALIFICATION



HIGHEST SCHOOL ATTENDED : SIZWAKELE SS SCHOOL

CERTIFICATE : GRADE 12

YEAR : 1997

SUBJECTS PASSED : ENGLISH, AFRIKAANS, ZULU, BIOLOGY

MATHS, PHYSICAL SCIENCE



TETIARY EDUCATION



INSTITUTION : EVANDER TECHNICAL COLLEGE

YEAR : 1998

CERTIFICATE : N3

SUBJECTS PASSED : MATHEMATICS & ENGINEERING SCIENCE





INSTITUTION : VAAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

YEAR : 2004

CERTIFICATE : S1

SUBJECTS : COMPUTER SKILLS, MATHS,VOCATIONAL

ENGLISH & ENGINEERING MECHANICS









WORKING EXPERIENCE









PREVIOUS EMPLOYER : SASOL SYNFUELS (SECUNDA)

OCCUPATION : ARTISAN-RIGGER

DATE EMPLOYED : 31 MAY 1999 TO 24 OCTOBER 2004





CURRENT EMPLOYER : ANGLO COAL ( KLEINKOPJE COLLIERY)

OCCUPATION : RIGGER CHARGE-HAND

DATE EMPLOYED : 25 OCTOBER 2004 TO DATE

EXTRA TRAINING : SUPERVISORY COURSE AT ACTDS

DURATION : 02 FEBRUARY 2009 TO 14 APRIL 2009

SUPERVISION : ACTING RIGGER & BOILERMAKER

FOREMAN (21/06/2010 -06/08/2010)

ACTING PERIODS : JUN 2002 –AUG 2010 (1 MONTH YEARLY)





REFERENCES





ISAAC NJAMBA : FOREMAN ( KLEINKOPJE MINE)

CONTACTS DETAILS : 072 377 5559



JOHAN VENTER : SECTION MANAGER (SASOL SECUNDA)

CONTACTS DETAIS : 079 519 3998



JABU ZONDI : FOREMAN (SASOL SYNFUELS – SECUNDA)

CONTACT DETAILS : 082 757 3310



BEN BOTHA : ENGINEERING FOREMAN (ANGLO COAL)

CONTACT DETAILS : 072 953 7238



ANDRE HERBST : DRAGLINE (GENERAL ENGINEERING SUPERINTENDENT G.E.S)



CONTACT DETAILS : 082 221 5345













CURRICULUM VITAE

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BILLY SIPHO MAHLANGU

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over 6 years ago

I'm interested in finding out about the rigging industry and how to get involved as form of employment. Living in Adelaide S.A. but am willing to travel.

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almost 10 years ago

You may also want to check with the local I.A.T.S.E. Stagehands. Arena Concerts require a great deal of Rigging as well as Outdoor Stadium Concerts. We also use cranes to build our outdoor stages.