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Gwo advanced rescue training hsibr art-h

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This training enable the Delegates to perform rescue operations, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside the blade by using industry standard rescue equipment, methods and techniques, exceeding those of GWO Working at Height. If you wish to book more than a single seat on a course in Germany, please contact Maersk Training in Esbjerg at Esbjerg@maersktraining.com Course Fee in Esbjerg

  • GWO WINDA registration fee not included in price.
  • Full day courses include breakfast and lunch.
  • Half day courses include either breakfast or lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.
Course Fee in UK
  • GWO WINDA registration fee included in price.
  • Full day courses includes lunch.
  • Half day courses do not include lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.



Course Content The GWO ART module contains the following elements;
  • Safety Instructions and Emergency Procedures
  • Facilities
  • Emergency Response Plan in Your Own Organization
  • Evacuation Strategy
  • Utilization of cervical collar
  • Packaging the injured person
  • Lowering/Raising Rescue System
  • Rigging setup options - combining rescue equipment and PPE lanyards
  • Hub Rescue Exercise 1+2 (From Blade)
  • Hub Rescue Exercise 3+4 (From Spinner)
  • Outside Evacuation of injured person – Practical Exercise
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
  • The delegate must be physically and medically fit to participate in the GWO Training
  • Valid GWO BST module Working at Heights, GWO First aid and GWO Manual Handling certificates are prerequisites for participation
  • Maximum weight: 120 kg


Course Objectives The Hub Rescue module shall ensure that delegates are able to;
  • Assess and determine rescue strategy for various rescue scenarios, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside a blade
  • route for the injured person
  • Explain and demonstrate the identification and suitable selection of certified and structural anchor points
  • Explain and apply the concept of lifting angle, angle factor and deviation
  • Explain and control common risks of hazardous energies and common hazards of enclosed space areas in a WTG
  • Apply rescue methods and techniques in performing descending and ascending rescue operations
  • Fit a harness and other PPE onto an injured person, in an enclosed space in a WTG
  • Package an injured person on a rescue stretcher and spine board for safe transportation
  • Manually transport an injured person on a rescue stretcher or spine board - in a balanced way, in a WTG
  • Change directly from balancing a suspended injured person from a horizontal position to a vertical configuration
  • Perform rescue operations, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside a blade, using an injured person personal fall protection equipment backup system as well as safe and suitable anchor points, lifting angles, flashlight, deviation, and edge protection for the rescue equipment
  • Perform rescue operations as the informal rescue team coordinator
  • Perform clear and precise communication in a stressful rescue operation
  • Apply clear communication and guidance to other emergency responders


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