Safety is a top priority for companies operating in the global wind industry. The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) has been founded in order to ensure a better and safer working environment.
The aim of the GWO is to reduce any health and safety hazards that threaten the wind industry personnel on a working site by means of setting overall standards for the training of safety and emergency procedures.
The IQTC offers an opportunity to everyone who works or plans to work in the field of the wind industry or any similar field that is connected with working at heights to participate in the internationally approved safety training in the WTG environment.
BST modules shall enable Delegates to appropriately respond in the event of an emergency and to promote their safety through proper use of Personal Protective Equipment, emergency equipment and procedures.
COHE training shall enable participants to manage the risks associated with hazardous energies in the wind industry and to act safely when in the vicinity of hazardous energies.
GWO BR Training module shall enable the delegate to support and care for themselves and others working in the wind industry by possessing the knowledge and skills of composite inspection and blade repair.
WLA training shall enable participants to behave in a manner whereby they are not a danger to themselves or others during supervised visits to onshore and offshore assets.
GWO SLS Training shall enable delegates to support and care for themselves and others while working with slinger signalling by possessing the required knowledge and skills.
ART module shall enable Delegates to perform entry-type injured person rescue operations, in a WTG, using industry standard rescue equipment, rescue methods and techniques.
The EFA Training shall enable Delegates to support and care for others working in the industry by possessing the knowledge, skills and attitude of Enhanced First Aid.
To participate in GWO training you must be registered in the WINDA database. If you are not registered yet you can do it here.
* WINDA is the Global Wind Industry Training Records Database designed with the primary purpose of verifying the certification status of GWO Certified Training Providers and the training status of Delegates who have attended GWO certified training courses.
You must give your WINDA ID number to the training center where you will take courses, so after the participating in the training the necessary information could be recorded in the database by your training provider.