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In the 1-day module Working at Heights delegates will refresh their knowledge on possible risks, (inspection of) equipment, legislation etc. as well as all skills required for working and rescue at height. The training enables them to work in a safe manner in the wind industry and to meet emergency response training requirements for personnel in the global wind industry.
The objective of this BSTR Working at Heights module is to review and build on previously gained knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical training so that delegates can administer safe and effective Working at Heights in the industry according to the GWO standard.
WINDA is the global database which is used by the Global Wind Organisation (GWO). WINDA will make verification of training possible for training providers and employers. Delegates will have ownership of their own training records in WINDA.
Participants will no longer be issued with paper certificates. RelyOnNutec will upload a digital record of the GWO certificate in WINDA. If you are participating in a GWO training course you must register for a delegate profile in WINDA. After registration you will receive a WINDA ID. You need this WINDA ID to book the training. Without a WINDA ID we are not able to produce certificates.
To register for a delegate or organisation profile, please visit: winda.globalwindsafety.org.
The Basic Safety Training (BST) is designed to provide personnel with the basic skills that will enable them to work in a safe manner in the wind industry and to meet emergency response training requirements for personnel new to the global wind industry. It is designed to accommodate personnel working both onshore and offshore.
The target group for this training is personnel working in the wind industry or related fields needing to refresh their GWO BST/BSTR Working at Heights module.
Delegates must possess a valid GWO BST or BSTR Working at Heights certificate prior to attending this BSTR training
Delegates must be demonstrably medically fit and capable of fully participating.
Delegates may not exceed the weight limit of 124kg due to the weight limitations of the equipment which is used during the training.
The delegates will be assessed against the learning outcomes.
The course assessment is carried out by the instructor being satisfied of individual competencies through questioning, observation and the use of the control measure form.
All learning outcomes which are stated in the GWO BSTR Working at Heights standard.
- Knowledge review
- Practical review
- Safe and correct use of rescue equipment
- Safe and correct evacuation methods
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