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Gwo bst sea survival

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Ny
Undervisningsregion
Danmark
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Upon completion of the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) Basic Safety Training (BST) Sea Survival, delegates will be trained to work on offshore wind installations, e.g. wind turbines, construction vessels, accommodation platforms, transformer stations etc. They will learn Personal Survival Techniques and methods of safe transfer between vessels and installations. This course can be offered in both indoor Pool and outdoor environment alternatives.

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 the 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 After completion of the course, the delegate will have achieved skills and basic knowledge about:
  • Principles for survival at sea.
  • Evacuation means.
  • International and national legislation.
  • Suits and life jackets used in the offshore industry.
  • Safe conduct in work situations, emergency situations and contingency plans.
  • Life boat, life raft, and life buoys.
  • Davit launchable life rafts and exercise with capsized raft.
  • Techniques to enhance survival at sea.
  • Treatment of coldness and hypothermia.
  • Use of pyrotechnical equipment.
  • Helicopter hoist.
  • Safely entering water from a height.
  • Right inverted life raft.
  • Offshore installation and vessels working in the offshore industry.
  • Swim and keep afloat while wearing a life jacket.
  • Operation with small boats including MOB (man over board) techniques.
  • Transfer of personnel and luggage between dock -boat and boat installation and between vessels making way.
  • Electronic distress signal devices such as EPIRB, SART and PLB.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
  • The delegate must be physically and medically fit to participate in GWO Training.
  • Maximum weight: 120 kg
  • Delegates require work at height boots for the boat transfer section.
The course is recommended for anyone currently working in or wishing to enter the Offshore Wind industry.

Course Objectives To give the trainee basic knowledge and skills within the areas of survival at sea including:
  • Life-saving appliances.
  • National and international legislation.
  • Life rafts.
  • Man overboard.
  • Hypothermia.
  • International and national legislation.
  • Transfer of luggage.
  • Personnel to offshore installations.


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