2023-05-02 WLA_V2

Safety training

Wind Limited Access/ V2 2023-05-02

The training provider shall document a risk assessment for the lower height. This shall include calculations for the equipment to be used during the evacuation exercises. The calculations shall: a. Use the value for shock absorber elongation that is provided by the equipment manufacturer b. Demonstrate that the equipment will prevent the person from coming into contact with the ground or structure directly below the anchor point c. Use a formula provided by the equipment manufacturer or national legislation that is for the purpose of calculating anchor point clearance height or, where no such formula exists, use the formula in Annex 1, Section 4. The potential fall factor shall not exceed 0.5 and participants must experience a descent from a platform that is a minimum of 4.5m above the ground 7.5 Onshore Limited Access Module Timetable The order in which elements of this WLA Module training are delivered may vary according to the didactical choices of the delivering training provider. The delivery of this module must comply with the requirements described in the GWO Requirements for Training .




Safety instructions and emergency procedures

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

1. Introduction to the module



Scope and main learning objectives

Ongoing assessment (participant performance assessment form)


1.6 1.7

Human factors TOTAL

20 min.

Hazards in a wind turbine generator TOTAL Contingency plan in a case of fire


2. Hazards in a WTG

10 min.

3.1 3.2 3.3

3. Fire awareness

Fire prevention measures Firefighting equipment TOTAL

20 min.

Notification procedure in case of injury/medical emergency CPR – Unconscious, not breathing


4. Medical emergencies


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