Full-Time Laborer – Dammam
Riggers must be familiar with complicated rigging, heavy rigging, changing crane booms and cables, electrical safety, ladder and scaffold safety, introduction to lifting gear, wire rope fundamentals, basic rigging, fire prevention, choker sizing, load charts, cutting torches, and blueprint reading. All riggers should get certification from a nationally recognized organization, such as NCCER, although this is not required. Must study and comprehend all work-related safety risks, as well as how to handle and operate work-related tools and equipment safely and efficiently. Will be needed to work on a construction or plant operations worksite.
Job Title : Laborer
Location : Dammam, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 17.57 per hour.
Company : Garney Construction
Job Type : Full-Time
- Installations need rigger work at heights ranging from twelve to sixty feet above ground, and may often necessitate the use of safety equipment and climbing.
- By signaling or vocally guiding individuals engaged in lifting and moving weights, ensures the safety of workers and commodities.
- Installation of hardware to existing structures, hanging pipes, beams, or trackers, as well as hardware to concrete, steel, wood, and block walls.
- Although the majority of the job demands individual initiative and judgment, working as part of a team is vital when it comes to rigging installation.
- Consistent punctuality, attendance, and absence reporting in compliance with company policies are required for efficient performance of this function.
- Using hand and power equipment, secures loads to rigging to provide support or ready them for transport.
- Safely transport any goods, machinery, or equipment to and from work platforms or trucks or other levels in buildings or vessels using a variety of lifts and lowering devices.
- A rigger is in charge of putting up large lifting equipment and fastening it using pulleys, ropes, and hoists. During operations, does physical work.
- All rigging equipment is examined, tested, and maintained, including planks, fiber ropes, wire ropes, chains, swing scaffolds, and other rigging equipment.
- Drilling, fastening, and testing the functioning of head blocks, mule blocks, sheaves, and winches, as well as components of counterweighted, winched, and dead-hung systems are all duties of this position.
- This employment requires the person to stand, walk, climb, kneel, crawl, squat, and/or sit often.
- Five years of full-time experience as a Rigger doing the tasks listed under Duties and Responsibilities during the past 10 years.
- Must be able to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 50 pounds, with the ability to push/pull, lift, or carry up to 100 pounds on occasion.
- Before being appointed, candidates must undergo a drug test. While on the job, riggers are randomly tested for drugs and alcohol.
- When making judgments on safe rigging methods and procedures, rely on trustworthy sources and “”common sense”” judgment.