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GWO Working at Height and Manual Handling Combined Refresher (WAHR+MHR)

Continuing professional development and training in working at heights and manual handling of loads for personnel working in the offshore wind and renewables industries.

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Description

The aim of this module is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical training so that delegates can use basic personal protective equipment and perform safe work at heights and safe and comprehensive basic rescue from heights. Furthermore, to encourage positive manual handling and ergonomic behaviour, encourage delegates to consider alternatives to manual handling through planning and to train delegates ability to perform Manual Handling tasks in a safe manner in the wind turbine industry/environment.

Description

The aim of this module is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical training so that delegates can use basic personal protective equipment and perform safe work at heights and safe and comprehensive basic rescue from heights. Furthermore, to encourage positive manual handling and ergonomic behaviour, encourage delegates to consider alternatives to manual handling through planning and to train delegates ability to perform Manual Handling tasks in a safe manner in the wind turbine industry/environment.

Description

The aim of this module is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical training so that delegates can use basic personal protective equipment and perform safe work at heights and safe and comprehensive basic rescue from heights. Furthermore, to encourage positive manual handling and ergonomic behaviour, encourage delegates to consider alternatives to manual handling through planning and to train delegates ability to perform Manual Handling tasks in a safe manner in the wind turbine industry/environment.

Learning Objectives

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate knowledge of hazards and risks associated with Working at Heights in a WTG.

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct identification of PPE, including identification of European / Global Standard markings on harness, hard hats, lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate the knowledge of and skills to correctly pre-use inspect, service, store and correct fitting of harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, work positioning lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of the relevant PPE, e.g. harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, guided type fall arresters and work positioning lanyards. These include correct identification of anchor points and correct ladder conduct. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of evacuation devices. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate how to approach rescue situations in WTGs and use rescue equipment efficiently 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of the importance of carrying out work duties in a safe and sound manner in accordance with the legislative requirements of their geographic work location 

  • Delegates are able to identify aspects of their job tasks that could increase their risk of developing muscular/ skeletal injuries 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of safe practices of Manual Handling, including the correct handling of equipment 

  • The Delegates are able to identify signs and symptoms of injuries related to poor Manual Handling techniques and have knowledge of reporting methods 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate a problem-solving approach to Manual Handling in a wind turbine environment 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate Manual Handling risk reduction techniques 

Learning Objectives

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate knowledge of hazards and risks associated with Working at Heights in a WTG.

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct identification of PPE, including identification of European / Global Standard markings on harness, hard hats, lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate the knowledge of and skills to correctly pre-use inspect, service, store and correct fitting of harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, work positioning lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of the relevant PPE, e.g. harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, guided type fall arresters and work positioning lanyards. These include correct identification of anchor points and correct ladder conduct. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of evacuation devices. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate how to approach rescue situations in WTGs and use rescue equipment efficiently 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of the importance of carrying out work duties in a safe and sound manner in accordance with the legislative requirements of their geographic work location 

  • Delegates are able to identify aspects of their job tasks that could increase their risk of developing muscular/ skeletal injuries 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of safe practices of Manual Handling, including the correct handling of equipment 

  • The Delegates are able to identify signs and symptoms of injuries related to poor Manual Handling techniques and have knowledge of reporting methods 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate a problem-solving approach to Manual Handling in a wind turbine environment 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate Manual Handling risk reduction techniques 

Learning Objectives

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate knowledge of hazards and risks associated with Working at Heights in a WTG.

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct identification of PPE, including identification of European / Global Standard markings on harness, hard hats, lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate the knowledge of and skills to correctly pre-use inspect, service, store and correct fitting of harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, work positioning lanyards and other PPE. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of the relevant PPE, e.g. harnesses, fall arrest lanyards, guided type fall arresters and work positioning lanyards. These include correct identification of anchor points and correct ladder conduct. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of evacuation devices. 

  • Delegates are able to demonstrate how to approach rescue situations in WTGs and use rescue equipment efficiently 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of the importance of carrying out work duties in a safe and sound manner in accordance with the legislative requirements of their geographic work location 

  • Delegates are able to identify aspects of their job tasks that could increase their risk of developing muscular/ skeletal injuries 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of safe practices of Manual Handling, including the correct handling of equipment 

  • The Delegates are able to identify signs and symptoms of injuries related to poor Manual Handling techniques and have knowledge of reporting methods 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate a problem-solving approach to Manual Handling in a wind turbine environment 

  • The Delegates are able to demonstrate Manual Handling risk reduction techniques 

Prerequisites

  • All personnel participating in Refresher Training shall be medically fit and capable of fully participating.

  • Furthermore, Delegates shall possess valid BST/ BSTR certificates or training records in WINDA for Working at height and Manual Handling prior to attending BSTR training.

  • The Delegates shall also have a personal Delegate profile in WINDA and provide their own WINDA ID prior to completing the BST training.

Prerequisites

  • All personnel participating in Refresher Training shall be medically fit and capable of fully participating.

  • Furthermore, Delegates shall possess valid BST/ BSTR certificates or training records in WINDA for Working at height and Manual Handling prior to attending BSTR training.

  • The Delegates shall also have a personal Delegate profile in WINDA and provide their own WINDA ID prior to completing the BST training.

Prerequisites

  • All personnel participating in Refresher Training shall be medically fit and capable of fully participating.

  • Furthermore, Delegates shall possess valid BST/ BSTR certificates or training records in WINDA for Working at height and Manual Handling prior to attending BSTR training.

  • The Delegates shall also have a personal Delegate profile in WINDA and provide their own WINDA ID prior to completing the BST training.

Certification

  • GWO BSTR Working at Height Refresher
  • GWO BSTR Manual Handling Refresher

Certification

  • GWO BSTR Working at Height Refresher
  • GWO BSTR Manual Handling Refresher

Certification

  • GWO BSTR Working at Height Refresher
  • GWO BSTR Manual Handling Refresher

Revalidation

2 years

Revalidation

2 years

Revalidation

2 years

Who is this course for?

People continuing a career in the offshore wind and renewables industry

Who is this course for?

People continuing a career in the offshore wind and renewables industry

Who is this course for?

People continuing a career in the offshore wind and renewables industry

Price

£220 excl. VAT

Price

£220 excl. VAT

Price

£220 excl. VAT

Dates

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1 day, 08:00 AM BST - 05:00 PM BST

Paisley

Session information

Sessions

Theory and Practical Experience
08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
1 day
Paisley
    Theory and Practical Experience
    08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
    1 day
    Paisley
      Theory and Practical Experience
      08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
      1 day
      Paisley
        • £220.00 excl. VAT
        Event is fullJoin waiting list
        Sold out

        1 day, 08:00 AM BST - 05:00 PM BST

        Paisley

        Session information

        Sessions

        Theory and Practical Experience
        08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
        1 day
        Paisley
          Theory and Practical Experience
          08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
          1 day
          Paisley
            Theory and Practical Experience
            08:00 BST - 17:00 BST
            1 day
            Paisley
              • £220.00 excl. VAT
              Event is fullJoin waiting list

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