HomeEvents & CoursesIOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power - Manchester, February
       
Location Manchester
Date From: 5th Feb, 2018
To: 9th Feb, 2018
Time From: 08:30 AM
To: 05:00 PM
Downloads IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power
 
       
Overview

Managing Safely for Wind Power is the only tailored course accredited by Energy and Utilities Skills and IOSH for this innovative and dynamic sector. It was developed in conjunction with industry experts and delivered to over 750 delegates since January 2011. This programme tackles management and operational issues facing companies operating in the onshore and offshore wind power industry and is designed for site owner-operators, operations and maintenance contractors and contracting companies working in this emerging and high consequence sector.

Developed by regenerateTM, ARMSA's R&D brand, this course enables you and your staff to challenge perceptions of risk in this emerging sector through active learning. It also equips delegates with skills and techniques to manage and conduct their work safely and competently. As a consequence, companies and their people will be equipped to deal with problems and issues in a well informed and competent manner.

Recommended Audience
This course is designed for:
  • Operations, Engineering and Construction Teams
  • Risk and CSR Managers
  • Designers
  • Project Managers
  • Site Engineers
  • Developers and Planners
  • Supervisors and Team Leaders
  • Health, Safety and Environmental Professionals
Costs
Delegates attending the programme will receive a supporting training manual packed with guides, toolkits and reference material designed specifically for the sector. Throughout 5 days we will provide refreshments, snacks and lunches. Following the programme and on successful completion of the course delegates will receive IOSH certificate. At a cost of £1025.00 ex VAT per delegate the price is also inclusive of IOSH registration and certificate fees. 


 
Course Content
  • Module 1 – The Importance of Health and Safety for Wind Power
  • Module 2 – Understanding your Responsibilities/the Legal Framework as it applies to this dynamic sector
  • Module 3 – Identification and Dealing with Common Hazards On and Off-Shore
  • Module 4 – Risk Assessment and Control, Safety Rules and Setting People to Work
  • Module 5 – Investigation of Accidents and Incidents
  • Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques across the Wind Farm Project Lifecycle
  • Module 7 – Measuring Performance
  • Module 8 – The Environment
 
This is an assessed course, comprising a multiple choice and practical assessment. A minimum mark of 50% must be achieved across both assessments before a certificate is issued by IOSH.
Your ROI
Why Managing Safely for Wind Power?
  • Because the training is wind power sector and role specific the delegates can put the course to use immediately without having to interpret what they have learned.
  • The workbook takes a practical view on responsibilities so they are clear and unambiguous.
  • Operational and risk management toolkits are provided for future reference.
  • The programme enables delegates to challenge the effectiveness of their own procedures back at their workplaces.
  • The examples and exercises are all relevant and wind sector specific bringing the training to life.
  • It is the only programme accredited by Energy and Utilities Skills and IOSH.
Feedback
"The importance of injecting HSE into the business management system to produce safe, effective and economic processes."  REG WindPower.  

"Hazard and risk awareness - a key requirement for robust business management systems. It enables clear communications and dialogue with suppliers. Makes for transparent operations."  REG WindPower.
 
"Explained the risk and safety implications of the wind farm lifecycle in much greater detail." RWE Windpower. 

"Provided useful tools and techniques for use once back in the working environment"  RWE Renewables.          
 
 "Better understanding of Health and Safety from a managerial perspective backed by practical but sector specific exercises in each module" -  Fred Olsen Renewables Ltd.
 
‘’The Managing Safely for Wind Power programme exceeded my expectations. I’ve completed the general ‘IOSH Managing Safely’ course previously and was extremely disappointed which led to me being uncertain about attending this one. However, I have genuinely enjoyed this course, found it engaging and would definitely recommend this programme to others working within the Wind Energy sector’’ - Asset Coordinator, Good Energy 
Multimedia
Interview with Head of Operations & Maintenance UK - RWE International SE

       
Overview

Managing Safely for Wind Power is the only tailored course accredited by Energy and Utilities Skills and IOSH for this innovative and dynamic sector. It was developed in conjunction with industry experts and delivered to over 750 delegates since January 2011. This programme tackles management and operational issues facing companies operating in the onshore and offshore wind power industry and is designed for site owner-operators, operations and maintenance contractors and contracting companies working in this emerging and high consequence sector.

Developed by regenerateTM, ARMSA's R&D brand, this course enables you and your staff to challenge perceptions of risk in this emerging sector through active learning. It also equips delegates with skills and techniques to manage and conduct their work safely and competently. As a consequence, companies and their people will be equipped to deal with problems and issues in a well informed and competent manner.

Recommended Audience
This course is designed for:
  • Operations, Engineering and Construction Teams
  • Risk and CSR Managers
  • Designers
  • Project Managers
  • Site Engineers
  • Developers and Planners
  • Supervisors and Team Leaders
  • Health, Safety and Environmental Professionals
Costs
Delegates attending the programme will receive a supporting training manual packed with guides, toolkits and reference material designed specifically for the sector. Throughout 5 days we will provide refreshments, snacks and lunches. Following the programme and on successful completion of the course delegates will receive IOSH certificate. At a cost of £1025.00 ex VAT per delegate the price is also inclusive of IOSH registration and certificate fees. 


 
Course Content
  • Module 1 – The Importance of Health and Safety for Wind Power
  • Module 2 – Understanding your Responsibilities/the Legal Framework as it applies to this dynamic sector
  • Module 3 – Identification and Dealing with Common Hazards On and Off-Shore
  • Module 4 – Risk Assessment and Control, Safety Rules and Setting People to Work
  • Module 5 – Investigation of Accidents and Incidents
  • Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques across the Wind Farm Project Lifecycle
  • Module 7 – Measuring Performance
  • Module 8 – The Environment
 
This is an assessed course, comprising a multiple choice and practical assessment. A minimum mark of 50% must be achieved across both assessments before a certificate is issued by IOSH.
Your ROI
Why Managing Safely for Wind Power?
  • Because the training is wind power sector and role specific the delegates can put the course to use immediately without having to interpret what they have learned.
  • The workbook takes a practical view on responsibilities so they are clear and unambiguous.
  • Operational and risk management toolkits are provided for future reference.
  • The programme enables delegates to challenge the effectiveness of their own procedures back at their workplaces.
  • The examples and exercises are all relevant and wind sector specific bringing the training to life.
  • It is the only programme accredited by Energy and Utilities Skills and IOSH.
Feedback
"The importance of injecting HSE into the business management system to produce safe, effective and economic processes."  REG WindPower.  

"Hazard and risk awareness - a key requirement for robust business management systems. It enables clear communications and dialogue with suppliers. Makes for transparent operations."  REG WindPower.
 
"Explained the risk and safety implications of the wind farm lifecycle in much greater detail." RWE Windpower. 

"Provided useful tools and techniques for use once back in the working environment"  RWE Renewables.          
 
 "Better understanding of Health and Safety from a managerial perspective backed by practical but sector specific exercises in each module" -  Fred Olsen Renewables Ltd.
 
‘’The Managing Safely for Wind Power programme exceeded my expectations. I’ve completed the general ‘IOSH Managing Safely’ course previously and was extremely disappointed which led to me being uncertain about attending this one. However, I have genuinely enjoyed this course, found it engaging and would definitely recommend this programme to others working within the Wind Energy sector’’ - Asset Coordinator, Good Energy 
Multimedia
Interview with Head of Operations & Maintenance UK - RWE International SE

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