Working at Heights training prepares students to safely perform work at heights, to properly use personal protective equipment, and prepares them with the basic skill set to fully implement a rescue from heights in a remote wind turbine environment.
Working at Heights Training | Student understanding includes the demonstrated ability to:
In accordance with GWO First Aid training through analytical and practical training, Basic Safety Training participants will learn how to safely administer effective First Aid while in the wind turbine generator (WTG) or industry environment. Skills acquired will include the ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Participants will be able to demonstrate understanding, clarity, and competence as related to delivering First Aid effectively and in accordance with: the legislative requirements for their specific geographic location, the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines, and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) hereunder the European Resuscitation Council (ERC).
First Aid | Student understanding includes the demonstrated ability to:
Manual Handling comprises proper ergonomic techniques that can be used in a variety of scenarios in the wind turbine industry and environment. With a focus on safe implementation, these techniques are the foundation from which students can innovate solutions as well as draw from for planning.
Manual Handling | Student understanding includes the demonstrated ability to:
Analytical and practical Fire Awareness training gives students the basic knowledge and skill set to: make proper assessments when evaluating fires, prevent fires, properly conduct an evacuation and ensure all are accounted for in the event of a fire that is uncontrollable. If conditions are deemed safe, one should be able to effectively extinguish a fire using commonly found, handheld fire fighting equipment.
Fire Awareness Training | Student understanding includes the demonstrated ability to: