GWO Advanced Rescue Training - ART
For those who already are certified in Work At Height, but work in challenging areas such as the hub, wing, basement, nacelle or confined spaces.
After a successful completion of the course, the participant shall:
Perform advanced rescues in the wind turbine environment such as hub, wing, basement, nacelle and crawl spaces
Evacuate in an emergency, both up and down depending on situation
Evaluate different rescue strategies depending on situation
Use a cervical collar
Use a spine-board and a rescue stretcher
Implement rescue planning depending on the work both for single assignment as well as for the whole organization
National and international requirements for work in exposed areas
Rescue stretcher, spine-board and cervical collar
The evacuation equipment and its specifications
Anchorage points, what we should think of and how do the angels affect us?
Planning for a rescue both as a group and as a single rescuer
Using a rescue stretcher and spine-board
Use of a cervical collar
Rescue from hub
Rescue from wing
Rescue from crawl space
Rescue from confined spaces
Rescue from cellar
Hoisting of a person
Evacuation both inside and outside of the tower
Valid GWO Working at height or GWO Working at height Refresher
Valid GWO First Aid or GWO First Aid Refresher.
Valid GWO Manual Handling or GWO Manual Handling Refresher
24 hours (3 days).
Number of participants:
Minimum 4 and maximum 8 people.
NBU Training center in Aalborg.
Danish Kr. 7.500,00 per. participant, excl. VAT and incl. meals and materials.
The course is valid for 24 months.