Wind turbine installation and maintenance are not easy tasks. A turbine is a high-risk environment with a number of danger areas where workers are exposed to fall risk and potentially require a rescue.
This course is specifically designed for individuals who work at height on wind turbines and is a pass/fail program that incorporates extensive classroom and hands-on training. The course has both written and practical examinations that are based on the requirements of OSHA regulations and the ANSI Z359.2 standard.
The course involves a high degree of hands-on scenarios and will require workers to actively participate in rescue operations.
Students attending this course will expand their knowledge and ability on how to utilize pre-engineered rescue equipment and rescue techniques for safe and efficient rescues. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will receive a certificate recognizing that they have met OSHA and ANSI requirements as a Competent Rescuer.
OSHA Regulations relating to fall protection
(from a fixed ladder, nacelle and hub evacuation simulations)
Upon completion of the course, the attendee will be able to:
2 days (up to 16 hours)
This course provides training for individuals that work on wind turbines and want to be a Competent Rescuer. It is also for individuals, including managers and immediate supervisors of authorized rescuers, who work at height during the construction and maintenance of wind turbines.
To learn more about our training and consultative services, call 800-328-6146, option 8 or visit 3M.com/FallProtection