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Our Safety Tips for Working at Heights – What to Know

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Certain industries require some personnel to work at particular heights. This means that workers do their jobs either below or above the ground. As such, there’s a possibility for these workers to fall and injure themselves. Working at certain heights can be risky, whether you do so regularly or once in a while.  Falls can[…]

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Safety alert to the wind energy industry from 3m Fall Protection

ALERT TO THE WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY

GWO has received the following safety alert from 3M systems, although this equipment is not used in GWO standards, we forward you the below safety alert from 3m Fall Protection,  “On April 25,2019 3M Fall Protection issue an Alert to the wind energy industry regarding the compatibility concerns identified in the ANSI/ASSE Z359.16-2016 standard for between climb[…]

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4 Things to Consider if You Want to be a Wind Turbine Technician

4 Things to Consider if You-Want-to-be-a Wind Turbine Technician

4 Things to Consider if You Want to be a Wind Turbine Technician The wind power industry has a lot to offer to the world. Since its inception back in 1979 through Danish manufacturers, it has continued to flourish and prosper. Today, the industry is involved in the design, manufacture, construction, and maintenance of wind[…]

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A Rundown of the GWO’s Five Modules of Basic Safety Training

A Rundown of the GWO's Five Modules of Basic Safety Training

A Rundown of the GWO’s Five Modules of Basic Safety Training The Global Wind Organisation (GWO), a consortium of firms that make and own wind turbines, requires people who plan to work in the wind industry to undergo a week-long course called GWO Basic Safety Training. People who want to renew their certification must under[…]