Wind Courses

WE A15 – 40-Hour Wind Turbine Authorized Instructor (Train-the-Trainer)BOOK THIS COURSE

This ENSA Training course is a certified training for persons with safe work at height instructor experience that would like to deliver the WE1002 Safe Access & Rescue two‐day (2) course utilizing the manual control-rate descent device (MCRDD) specifically the ENSA APE Assisted-rescue Personal Evacuation micro rescue system (MCRDD) or an Automatic Controlled-Rated Descent Device (ACRDD).

WE1001 – Safe Access & Rescue – 16 hour (Authorized Climber)BOOK THIS COURSE

Foundation training for wind technicians who work at height on wind turbines, the training course focuses on safe working at height on and rescue requirements for operating within O&M and construction environments. Identify fall risks of the work environment. Under a culture of prevention this course establishes a depth of knowledge in fall protection and rescue equipment safe use and operation for all required areas of access on a wind turbine.

WE1002 – Safe Access & Rescue – 16 hour (Authorized Climber)BOOK THIS COURSE

Designed around the specific requirements of the wind industry, this ENSA work and rescue at height training course delivers the foundation training for technicians who work at height within construction or general industry on wind turbines.

During the course students are taught the dangers of working at height on a wind turbine and provided with the essential underpinning knowledge required to work safely within this environment. Training covers use of personal protective equipment for working safely at height and fall rescue equipment for personal escape or casualty rescue requirements.

The Bundled Three – 40 hours (Authorized Climber Certified) – BOOK THIS COURSE

The bundled three is an advanced rescue training course for work at height on wind turbines and other height structures where working in confinement is a requirement. This rescue training triptik of WE1001 Vertical Rescue, TH1001 Trauma at Height and CSER1002 Confined space Entry and Rescue is ideally suited for corporations whose employees hold rescue training experience under basic vertical rescue, confined space and first aid courses. The training is intensive skills drills oriented brining into the train8ng environment a real life scenario training experience. A must for companies wanting to establish a serious rescue response element to their HS&E portfolio.

Duration 5 days (first year), 4 days (recertification)

WE1001 – Vertical Rescue – 16 Hour – BOOK THIS COURSE
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TH1001 – Trauma at Height – 1 Day (may exceed 8 hours)BOOK THIS COURSE

This course is designed around specific requirements and exposures particular to the wind industry. The course affirms through practical assessment and problem solving exercises, the capability of participants to safely assess an emergency situation, communicate the need for additional resources and provide needed care for life threatening conditions, and effectively manage victim movement to the ground when necessary. (1st Aid, CPR pre-requisite)

TH1002 – Medic First Aid & Trauma at Height – 2 DayBOOK THIS COURSE

This course is required for personnel who are in need of first aid training and require additional response skills for incidences of serious traumatic injuries and medical emergencies at height that could possibly occur in wind turbines. This course is a two day training involving ENSA Medic First Aid is a BasiCPlus CPR, AED & First Aid for adults and the TH1001 Trauma at Height training course.

MED1001 – Medic First Aid – 8 HourBOOK THIS COURSE

ENSA Medic First Aid is a BasiCPlus CPR, AED & First Aid for adults is an objectives-driven, skills-based training course. With twenty seven learning objectives and nine skill objectives the goal of this training is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond in a medical emergency.

CSER1002 – Confined Space Entry & Rescue – 16 hourBOOK THIS COURSE

Through practical exercises and roll playing activities the course establishes a depth of knowledge necessary to understand the hazards and control measures needed for safe access to confined spaces in wind turbines. The skills needed for permit required confined space rescue are delivered under scenario based skill assessed training process. Rescue scenarios for blade entry, hub and nose cone entry and basement entry are practiced to proficiency.

Working at height in isolated environments (environments where the need for evacuation does not afford the luxury of pre-engineered escape solutions) can leave those is such a position vulnerable to unnecessary self-rescue and escape hazards.

Where control rate descent devices may apply they are not always the best solution, they cannot always be made available within the immediate area due to size and weight constraints. Assisted Rescue & Personal Escape Systems are the ideal solution being immediately available, light weight and rescue/escape ready.

With A.P.E. training course the authorized user is taught rescue & escape procedures that face up to all of the vertical and rescue challenges defined by the Work at Height Safety Association (WAHSA) programs cater to work environments wind energy and telecommunication structures

All ENSA North America A.P.E. EscAPE Escape Systems utilize what we believe to be the safest personal escape devices manufactured to date. All three personal escape devices allow for hands-free edge transition and optimal descent control performance

APE1001 – Escape System Safe Access & Rescue – 16 hour – BOOK THIS COURSE
APE1002 – D2 System Safe Access & Rescue – 16 hour – BOOK THIS COURSE
APE1003 – PDQ System Safe Access & Rescue – 16 hour – BOOK THIS COURSE