The GWO Advanced Rescue Training (ART): Hub, Spinner and Inside Blade Rescue (HSIBR) course is set out to teach individuals to perform rescue operations, in a WTG hub, spinner & inside the blade.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The aim of this GWO Advanced Rescue Training (HSIBR) module is to 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.
The Hub Rescue module shall ensure that delegates are able to;
- Assess and determine rescue strategy (relevant rescue method, technique, certified equipment, and required personnel) for various rescue scenarios, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside a blade
- Determine evacuation strategy during a rescue operation
- Identification and suitable selection of certified and structural anchor points, relevant for various rescue scenarios, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside a blade
- Explain and apply the concept of lifting angle, angle factor and deviation
- Control common risks of hazardous energies and common hazards of enclosed space areas in a WTG, when performing rescue operations
- Fit a harness and other PPE (e.g. helmet, safety glasses) onto an injured person, in an enclosed space in a WTG
- Manually transport an injured person on a rescue stretcher or spineboard – in a balanced way, in a WTG
- Perform rescue operations, in a WTG hub, spinner and inside a blade using personal flashlight (e.g. helmet light), if required due to poor lighting conditions
- Perform clear and precise communication in a stressful rescue operation, both with members of the rescue team as a team coordinator and as a team member
GWO certificate – valid for 2 years.
Please note – certificates are to be refreshed every 2 years.