What is lifting and rigging equipment
The lifting and rigging equipment is a kind of equipment that is used in the construction industry. It is used to lift and move heavy objects. You can use it to lift, carry, move a load, or transport cargo from one place to another.
This equipment includes cranes, forklifts, excavators, backhoes, etc., and all other lifting and moving equipment types. Construction companies in the construction industry commonly use them for lifting or pushing heavy objects from one place to another.
What is the difference between lifting and rigging?
When a person is lifting something, they are just moving it up or down. However, we carry it in a circular motion when we lift something. The object’s weight constantly changes, and the center of gravity moves around in a circle.
When we rig something, however, we change the shape of this object by adding or removing parts. For example: if you have an office chair that has two wheels on each side and you want to move it from one place to another without getting off your seat, then you will need to rig it so that you can lift one wheel while you can move the other wheel down.
How are lifting and rigging equipment different?
It would be best to use lifting equipment to lift an object or a person and then put it down again in the same position. Rigging equipment is used to put something on a platform and then raise it again in the same place. For example, lifting an object from floor level to the top of a rack or mounting it on one end of a platform while setting another end down at floor level would be considered lifting equipment.
If you are using lifting equipment, you will need to know how much weight is being lifted so that you can make sure that your lifting equipment isn’t too heavy for your employee(s) to raise (see also “How heavy should we lift?”).