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GWO Advanced Rescue Training (ART) Combined

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  • 3.0 days
  • Wind Energy

Summary

PLEASE NOTE: This course is delivered on behalf of Survivex by our sister company AIS Training at our training centre in Aberdeen. To view available dates and book online, visit the AIS Training website.

The GWO ART (Advanced Rescue Training) combined course elevates the self-reliance of wind personnel and provides the skills and knowledge to successfully transport a colleague who cannot self-evacuate to an assembly point until professional emergency responders arrive.

This is the combined GWO ART which includes all four modules covering rescue and single rescuer in the hub, spinner, inside blade, nacelle, tower and basement sections of a wind turbine.

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Objectives

Delegates completing a GWO ART combined course will be able to;

  • Safely access the hub, spinner, inside blade, nacelle, tower and basement section of a wind turbine to get to an injured person
  • Perform entry-type casualty rescue operations in a wind turbine generator
  • Correctly use industry standards rescue equipment and methods
  • Understand and demonstrate rescue techniques that exceed those of GWO Working at Height

Target Audience

Personnel working in the wind industry or related fields with duties in a wind turbine environment.

Prerequisites

In order to complete a GWO ART combined course, delegates must hold a valid and in-date GWO Working at Height certificate.

Award

Delegates will received a GWO certificate upon successful completion of a GWO ART combined course.

Revalidation

The certificate must be revalidated every 2 years.

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