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GWO101

This GWO module focuses fire prevention, conducting initial and appropriate judgment when evaluating a fire, managing evacuation of  safely evacuated and accounted for and, if it is to be judged safe, to efficiently extinguish an initial fire using basic hand held firefighting equipment. This course is GWO accredited.

 

CONTENT:

Development and spread of fire
Causes of fires in wind turbines and associated dangers
Sign of a fire in a wind turbine environment
Contingency plans in a wind turbine environment, including smoke detection and emergency escape procedures
Discovering and extinguishing a fire, including correct operation of firefighting equipment

 

DURATION:

Four (4) Hours

 

LOCATION:

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 tower, working at an elevated platform, and egressing from a height using rescue devices.

 

Students 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 serve 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:

​This course comprises one of the four required GWO modules to complete the GWO 1005 Basic Safety Training Certification. Other courses within the GWO BST-1005 program include: Work at Height (WAH 1002), Manual Handling (MH 102), and Medic First Aid + Trauma at Height (FA2002).

Fire Awareness

Survival Systems USA Wind Energy 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 tower, working at an elevated platform, and egressing from a height using rescue devices.

 

Students 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 serve 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:

​This course comprises one of the four required GWO modules to complete the GWO 1005 Basic Safety Training Certification. Other courses within the GWO BST-1005 program include: Work at Height (WAH 1002), Manual Handling (MH 102), and Medic First Aid + Trauma at Height (FA2002).​

Survival Systems USA

860-405-0002​  *  888-386-5371

 

Survival Systems USA, Inc.

144 Tower Avenue Groton, CT 06340

 

 

sales@survivalsystemsinc.com