Choosing a Construction Profession.
To date, building professions are acquiringincreasing popularity among young people, as well paid and builders never remain without work. Vacancies for construction specialties in the labor market are three times higher than in other areas of economy and production.
According to many employment agencies, in Russia even novice builders can claim a much larger salary than a librarian or a teacher with extensive experience.
Construction in all regions of Russia is developingat a rapid pace, as well as other manufacturing enterprises are in dire need of specialists in construction trades, such as the driver of a freight forwarder, for example.
The profession of the slinger is also very demanded in the labor market and is perfectly paid for by many construction companies who are in dire need of trained specialists in this kind of work.
Profession slinger is to secureloads that the crane moves. Without qualified special training, these types of work under the existing Russian legislation and the requirements of the Ministry of Labor Protection are prohibited.
The word sling is borrowed from marine terminology. It is used if you need to hang some loads.
Since the slinger must monitor the location of the cargo when moving, correctly distributing it, and timely removal of the cargo being moved, its work is very responsible.
The specialist is taught the most different existing specific words. This is a very important point, because the misunderstood team can lead to serious negative consequences in the construction.
Incorrectly fixed loads can lead tothe fall of the crane, so this specialty is very responsible and requires compliance with the rules for working with heavy duty and high-altitude machinery, as inattention and lack of skill can lead to an accident at work. Also, the slinger must be able to correctly select the slings for certain loads of different weights and dimensions.
Working slingers must passannual professional certification, as well as refresher courses. Advanced training is necessary to study new types of lifting equipment, new ways of stitching and devices, as well as types of fasteners.