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Global Wind Organisation (GWO) Training Courses

The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) is an association of Wind Turbine owners and manufacturers with the aim of supporting an injury-free work environment in the wind industry. In response to the demand for recognisable Basic Safety Training (BST) in the industry the members of the GWO have developed a safety standard. The standard ensures that the work of any certified Training Provider is competent and proficient. To obtain GWO approval, organisations are subject to an in-depth audit process performed by an accredited Certification Body.

FSA is an approved provider of the Basic Safety Training (BST) and Advanced Rescue Training (ART) packages within Australasia. The objective of GWO is to enable a common, industry-wide work practice that aims to reduce any safety and health issues for personnel working on site. Any holder of a GWO certificate is considered competent and knowledgeable within the wind industry. The members of GWO accept any holder of these certifications as possessing the required knowledge to stop an unsafe work situation.

GWO have developed a standard package for BST and ART. The training includes the following courses: First Aid, Manual Handling, Working at Heights, Fire Awareness and Advanced Rescue Training. Over the last 5 years, FSA have worked with many local and national companies delivering GWO training both onsite at Windfarms around Australia as well as at our approved training facilities.

For more information about the Global Wind Organisation, please go to the website www.globalwindsafety.org. All enquires please email sales@fsaus.com.au

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