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GWO BST SEA SURVIVAL

GWO SEA SURVIVAL

1530
PLN + VAT

1881.90 PLN (including VAT)


Training basic info

Course category GWO Basic Safety Training
Code 1007
Duration 1 day
Certificate Validity 2 years
Accreditations single-course-sponsor-2

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Upcoming dates

Date Time Location Vacant Seats
21.06.2021 09:00 Szczecin 2
19.07.2021 09:00 Szczecin 12
23.08.2021 09:00 Szczecin 12
20.09.2021 09:00 Szczecin 12

Course description

Course Duration

1 day

Requisites:

Registration in the WINDA database winda.globalwindsafety.org and obtaining the WINDA ID

Course Validity

2 Years

 

Target Audience: 

The course is dedicated to people who direct their professional careers towards wind energy, especially if they intend to participate in the construction, operation or service of wind turbines at sea. It is a very extensive and necessary training also for every person professionally connected with the sea.

 

Course objective:

The aim of the course is to raise awareness and skills of people working in the maritime industry. Prepares participants for safe transportation at sea, from shore to ship or wind turbine and back.

 

Description:

Sea Survival is Module 6 in accordance with the latest GWO Basic Safety Training standard.

Sea Survival Training includes theoretical and practical knowledge of the most important elements that every person should be aware of working in the offshore industry. These include, individual rescue techniques with particular emphasis on the types of rescue measures available, both collective - such as rafts or lifeboats, and individual - overalls or lifejackets. Delegates will learn, among other things: what hypothermia or secondary drowning is and how to deal with these conditions, how to deal with emergency situations on board a ship or installation, what types of alarms we have, and what to look for during training alarms to act properly during a real emergency. In a warm, closed pool they will have the opportunity to evacuate directly from the 7m platform into the water using an evacuation device and practically practice the transition from the boat to the ladder, thus simulating the transfer of C-TV to the wind turbine.

 

ID WINDA

After booking the training place and before starting the training you must register in the WINDA profile winda.globalwindsafety.org. After registration you will receive the individual WINDA ID. You need this ID to complete the training. 

WINDA is a global database used by the Global Wind Organization (GWO). The WINDA will enable training verification for training providers and employers. Delegates will have personal access to training records at WINDA.

After completing the training, Vulcan Training & Consultancy will send a digital GWO certificate record in WINDA.

To register a delegate or organization profile, visit: winda.globalwindsafety.org.

 

Confirmation of course implementation:

Confirmation of the course is its entry made by Vulcan Training & Consultancy in WINDA.

 

Extension of validity:

The course is valid for 2 years. Before the deadline expires, you must take the GWO Refresher Sea Survival course to maintain your entitlement.

 

Delegates should bring:

• ID Card