HFR Solutions 2 Day GWO Working at Heights Training Course

By HFR Solutions CIC | Event Date: 25 Mar 2019

Achieve your GWO Accredited Working at Height accreditation

Date of Next Course: Monday 25th / Tuesday 26th March 2019

Venue: Fire Service Headquarters, Hessle - Nr Hull

Duration: Two Days

Awarding Body:  GWO (Global Wind Organisation)

GWO Working at Height - We Deliver the 2 Day Accredited GWO Working at Height Course

Achieve Your GWO Working at Height Accreditation

This GWO Work at Height training course has been designed to meet the basic training and competency requirements for all personnel working at height on wind turbines and within the renewables sector. As offshore renewable teams ascend and descend both within the internal and on the external structure of a wind turbine on a frequent basis, working at height can be very much part of their normal routine.

Any work undertaken at height carries a certain element of risk. Therefore, as employers or employees, we have a duty of care to ensure all the adequate precautions have been put in place for any tasks that need to be completed at height and that the work is undertaken by personnel, who can clearly display the confidence, competencies and knowledge to complete these tasks in a safe and controlled manner.

Our Working at Height course will be delivered in accordance with GWO trade association Working at Height & rescue training standards.                                                                                                      

Looking to work within the renewables sector or revalidate your existing GWO working at height qualifications

GWO training qualifications compass the following five key modules;

  • GWO Fire Safety
  • GWO First Aid
  • GWO Manual Handling
  • GWO Sea Survival
  • GWO Working at Height

Working at Height & GWO Working at Height Course Syllabus

The course syllabus covers:

  • Work at height health and safety legislation
  • General wind turbine safety rules
  • Hazards associated with wind turbine generators activities
  • Equipment for working at height

    The GWO Working at Height course syllabus proves ideal for contractors or employees who are working at height, in sectors such as renewables, offshore, wind and energy and encompasses the following elements;

  • Relevant health and safety legislation
  • Wind turbine safety rules
  • Hazards associated with wind turbine generators activities
  • Working at height equipment
  • Safe working procedures for:
  1.        Pre-entry
  2.        Entry
  3.        Ascending and descending within the tower or base
  4.        Working in the yaw platform
  5.        Working in or on wind turbine nacelle
  • Types of ladders and associated fall protection systems in and on wind turbine generators
  • Potential emergencies encountered in a wind turbine generator
  • Appropriate rescue techniques for recovery of a casualty both conscious and unconscious from a
  1.         Vertical ladder
  2.         Nacelle side
  • Selection, inspection and use of escape equipment (constant rate descender)
  • Rescue of a casualty
  • Self-rescue and evacuation from a wind turbine nacelle in an emergency

How will you and your delegates benefit?

HFR Solutions has unrivalled, first class work at height training facilities providing an ideal learning environment for delegates to learn best practice procedures for working at height, evacuation and rescue of injured persons as well as the associated risks and relevant legislation.

Learning Outcomes

The learning outcomes for delegates attending our GWO Working at Height training course will include:

  • Gain the industry approved GWO Working at Height accreditation
  • Delivery of safe working at height courses
  • Able to identify unsafe working at height practices
  • Improving the safety of your employees who work at heights
  • Improved knowledge and increased competency – greater insight and ability to implement best practice
  • Greater understanding of rescue techniques

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