Have knowledge about current and relevant laws and standards for work on Windpower turbines as well as understanding the importance of a proper and good safety plan, risk assessment, rescue plan. Practical knowledge about how to use appropriate fall protection equipment and learning about what happens with the body in a fall.
- GWO Standard
- What happens in a fall?
- What does the relevant Health & Safety law say?
- Liability and responsibilities of the employer and employee?
- What does the relevant Work Environment Authority say?
- What are CE and EN markings?
- Safety plan, risk assessment, rescue plan
- What can be used as an anchorage point?
- What equipment is used and how is it maintained?
- Knowledge of the weather's influence
- Correct use of Personal Fall Protection Equipment
- Use of sliding shuttle on wire and rail systems
- Lowering persons in distress
- Single-handed evacuation
- Risk assessment
Target group: For those who works as a wind-power technicians and are at least 18 years old.
Previous knowledge: None
Period of validity: 2 years
Course length: 16 hours (2 days)