Working at Heights Refresher Training course was designed for the participants to refresh their knowledge and skills of the basic safety and competence required for personnel working at height within a wind turbine. The course applies to both on-shore and off-shore activities.
Delegates are able to demonstrate knowledge of hazards and risks associated with working at height Specific to a WTG
Delegates are able to demonstrate understanding of current national WAH legislation for their area of operation
Delegates are able to demonstrate correct identification and inspection of PFPE, e.g. FP harness, hardhat, lanyards etc.
Delegates are able to demonstrate correct use of PFPE including identification of approved anchor points and climbing vertical ladders
The delegates are able to demonstrate correct response to emergencies and appropriate use of rescue and evacuation equipment.
Practical and written.
All successful candidates will receive a MB Globalus mokymai and a Global Wind Organisation approved certificate valid for 2 years. Certificates must be renewed within 2 years of the date of assessment.
Attendees should be medically and physically fit to carry out the practical part of the course and free from medical contra-indications that may prevent them from working safely at height. Course participants will be required to self-certify their medical and physical fitness before commencement of the course.
Delegates must hold a valid (not older than 24 months) GWO approved Working at Height & Rescue training certificate.
Participants should be aged 18 years or over.
From 17 October 2016, delegates who attend a GWO Training course must create a profile in WINDA in order to get a WINDA ID which they must supply to ARCH prior to completing the training.