GWO Basic Safety Offshore Training is mandatory for personnel working in the Wind Industry. The GWO Basic Safety Training is designed to provide personnel with the basic skills that will enable them to work in a safe manner in the global wind industry. The training is designed to cater for personnel working both onshore and offshore.
There are no previous qualifications required.
The GWO Basic Safety Training aims enable delegates to look after themselves and others working in the industry by having the knowledge and skills of working at heights, manual handling, fire awareness, sea transfer and survival and in case of an emergency the ability to meet emergency training requirements and provide the adequate response. The course is structured to provide a mixture of both theoretical and practical training.
Sea Survival (x days)
Working at Height (x Days)
Fire Awareness (x Day)
Manual Handling (x Day)
First Aid (x Days)
Upon completion, delegates will possess an awareness of the hazards encountered when working within the wind industry and how to control and mitigate these hazards.
The course comply with the GWO Training Standards.
|Duration||We can adapt this course to suit your training requirements|
|Start Date||Various dates throughout the year|
|Price||Prices are available on application|
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