Advanced Access and Rescue – Working at Height Training Courses
Advanced Access and Rescue – Working at Height Training Courses?
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Advanced Access and Rescue – Working at Height Training Overview
The Advanced Access and Rescue – Working at Height Training course meets the needs of the wind turbine industry, and is designed to equip those attending with the skills required in order to access and rescue from a range of different situations on wind turbines (WTG).
With a key focus being the hub area, all techniques are generic in concept rather than being specific to a particular type of WTG. They are designed to equip students with the ability to problem-solve and develop solutions regardless of the WTG type.
Systems to raise and lower casualties are used in training alongside work with stretchers and working within restricted areas.
This course can be combined with company specific rescue procedures. The needs for suitable equipment currently available on the market is discussed with the client and guidance given accordingly
Who Should Attend
This course is aimed at employees who are required to access a range of WTG and who need a more advanced rescue capability. Delegates are welcome to bring their own or use Heightsafe Systems supplied equipment.
Aims & Objectives
- Advanced access to the nose cone
- External rescues from hubs
- Suspension intolerance
- Use of long boards and stretchers
- Rescue equipment
- Horizontal progression
- Rescue from hub and yaw areas
Duration: 2 days
Trainer – Student ratio: 1:4
Award: Certification and ID Card valid for 2 years