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We Have Advanced Rescue Training Courses Available​​

Summary:

These Global Wind Organization (GWO) modules control the risks associated with rescue operations, ensuring a more efficient rescue operation from a wind turbine. The training elevates rescuer self-reliance and enables successful transport of a colleague who cannot self-evacuate, to an assembly point until professional emergency responders arrive.

 

CONTENT:

ARTNTBR GWO Nacelle, Tower & Basement Rescue

ARTHSIBR GWO Hub, Spinner & Inside Blade Rescue

ARTSRHSIBR GWO Single Rescuer - Hub, Spinner & Inside Blade

ARTSRNTBR GWO Single Rescuer - Nacelle, Tower, Basement

 

DURATION:

Twenty Nine (29) Hours

 

LOCATION:

Survival Systems USA's Groton Training Center, CT or client site

 

AGE REQUIREMENTS:

Participants must be a minimum of 18 years of age for full participation and certification. Participants under the age of 18 require parental consent.

PREREQUISITES:

Participants are expected to be in a good state of health and physically capable of fully taking part in all course activities. Participants are subjected to rigorous activity. The working at heights program will include climbing up a ladder or side of a tower, working at an elevated platform, and egressing from a height using rescue devices.

 

Participants are required to bring work boots and a photo ID. All other equipment will be provided.

 

SCHEDULING:

Courses are scheduled on a rolling basis. Training calendar seats are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.​

 

CERTIFICATION:

All participants who complete the program in accordance with the learning and performance objectives receive 4 course completion certificates and GWO (WINDA) credits.

 

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS:

​These modules teach entry-type casualty rescue operations in a turbine using industry-standard rescue equipment, rescue methods, and techniques, exceeding those of GWO Working at heights. This program consists of two main modules and a single rescuer version of each. Other more basic modules are found within the GWO BST-1005 program.

PREREQUISITES:

Participants are expected to be in a good state of health and physically capable of fully taking part in all course activities. Participants are subjected to rigorous activity. The working at heights program will include climbing up a ladder or side of a tower, working at an elevated platform, and egressing from a height using rescue devices.

 

Participants are required to bring work boots and a photo ID. All other equipment will be provided.

 

SCHEDULING:

Courses are scheduled on a rolling basis. Training calendar seats are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.​

 

CERTIFICATION:

All participants who complete the program in accordance with the learning and performance objectives receive a course completion certificate and GWO (WINDA) credit.

 

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS:

​These modules teach entry-type casualty rescue operations in a turbine using industry-standard rescue equipment, rescue methods, and techniques, exceeding those of GWO Working at heights. This program consists of two main modules and a single rescuer version of each. Other more basic modules are found within the GWO BST-1005 program.

Ensuring Efficient Rescues from a Wind Turbine​

Survival Systems USA Wind Energy Training
Survival Systems USA

860-405-0002​  *  888-386-5371

 

Survival Systems USA, Inc.

144 Tower Avenue Groton, CT 06340

 

 

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