Renewables & Wind Energy

GWO Sea Survival

GWO Sea Survival

Course Overview

GWO Sea Survival provides the skills and knowledge to travel safely to and from offshore wind installations.

This training is designed to ensure delegates understand survival procedures when working in and on wind turbines, with particular emphasis on travelling to and from offshore installations, and safely transferring between vessels and installations.

The course provides delegates with the basic skills and knowledge to act in a preventative way from when they stand on the quay by departure until they have returned safely. This includes using possible aids, rescue equipment and methods.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites Required!
In order to complete GWO Sea Survival, delegates must hold:
    Delegates must be WINDA registered before arriving for the course.

Course Content

Delegates completing a GWO Sea Survival training course will be able to;
- Work on offshore wind installations
- Demonstrate sea survival techniques and safe transfer between vessels and installations
- Use possible aids rescue equipment and methods

More information

  • Certification: A GWO certificate will be issued upon successful completion
  • Certificate validity (months): 24
  • Target audience: Personnel in the wind industry.
  • Revalidation: The course must be revalidated every 2 years.
  • Items to bring: Government Issued Photographic ID eg Driver Licence or Passport, swimwear and a towel.
  • Health prerequisites: Due to certain aspects of the course being potentially physically demanding and/or stressful, delegates will be required to confirm their medical fitness & physical ability to participate on this course by completing our centre medical self-screening form prior to course commencement

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