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GWO Sea Survival

This ENSA GWO module focuses on taking the correct preventive actions in all aspects of offshore safe access and rescue. Prepares individuals for normal operation and emergencies during travel from shore to installation or turbine, and while up tower. This is a certified GWO module through ENSA.

 

CONTENT:

Safe conduct on installations, vessels, and turbines during normal operations, emergencies, and evacuations

Roles, responsibilities, and rules per GWO, OSHA, BOEM, BSEE, and STCW

Recognizing and treating cold shock, hypothermia, and drowning

Individual and collective survival techniques at sea

Advantages and limitations of personal LSA and PPE and usage

GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety Systems) and SAR (Search and Rescue)

Transfer of worker and equipment between dock to vessel, and vessel to turbine foundation

Evacuation from turbine to water

 

DURATION:

Eight (8) Hours (Includes breaks)

 

LOCATION:

Survival Systems USA's Groton Training Center, CT

 

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 a bathing suit 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:

​The GWO Sea Survival module is offered as a standalone, or with the GWO BST-1005 program, or with any of the individual modules: Work at Height (WAH 1002), Fire Awareness (FAW 101)Medic First Aid + Trauma at Height (FA2002)and Manual Handling (MH 102). Advanced Modules: Advanced Rescue Training

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 a bathing suit and a photo ID. All other equipment will be provided.

 

CERTIFICATION:

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

 

SCHEDULING:

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

 

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS:

The GWO Sea Survival module is offered as a standalone, or with the GWO BST-1005 program, or with any of the individual modules: Work at Height (WAH 1002)Fire Awareness (FAW 101)Medic First Aid + Trauma at Height (FA2002), and Manual Handling (MH 102). Advanced Modules: Advanced Rescue Training

Training for Offshore Wind

Survival Systems USA

860-405-0002​  *  888-386-5371

 

Survival Systems USA, Inc.

144 Tower Avenue Groton, CT 06340

 

 

sales@survivalsystemsinc.com