Basic Safety Training
GWO have developed a Standard for Basic Safety Training.
The training covers:
- First aid
- Manual handling
- Fire awareness
- Working at height
- Sea survival (add-on for offshore)
GWO acknowledges that legal requirements could set higher standards in some countries.
The members of GWO accept that the GWO standard fulfills the need for Basic Safety Training. All members of GWO accept training done by a training provider that can prove compliance with the "Criteria for a Training Provider" Standard, by holding a certificate for this, issued by a Certification body in accordance with "Criteria for Certification Body" standard. All members of GWO acknowledge that beside national legal requirements, companies can set extra requirements to those outlined in the GWO Basic Safety Training.
Property rights of GWO material.
- The intention of GWO is to publish its materials widely with the objective of improving safety.
- To the exception of the Intellectual Property Rights protection as stated below (i) there is no fee for downloading or using any of the GWO standards for setting up a GWO Basic Safety Training programme
GWO is a non-profit organisation of wind turbine owners and wind turbines manufacturers.
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