How standardisation is creating a safer and more productive workforce
Health & safety
When: Thursday, 27 September 2018, 10:45 - 12:00
Where: Room: Kopenhagen 4
WindEurope’s Local Impact, Global Leadership campaign has demonstrated the complexity and interconnectedness of our supply chain. As the cost of energy continues to reduce, owner operators, OEMs and other primary contractors are looking towards standards that can deliver a best practice safety and technical training to deliver quality and efficiency. These sessions will explain how standards are influencing health and safety in our industry, from the key opportunity areas for standardisation, to research demonstrating the values that OEMs and Operators feel they achieve by working with standardised training.
- Building a common culture, regardless of national boundary;
- Describe work done between regulator and G+ trade association to develop H&S standards in offshore wind;
- Using a risk based approach to identify where standardisation would be of most benefit;
- Standardization as a means of removing variability of requirements for an ISP working with a variety of windfarm OEMs / Owners.
Head of HSE, Northern Europe, Nordex
Head of Global Education & Learning, GE Renewable Energy
Director of Development and Investments , EDF Renewables
HSEQ Director, Global Wind Service
Standardising basic safety training in the wind energy sector: How to deliver savings, safety and certainty across the supply chain.
Head of Communication, Global Wind Organisation
A risk based approach to international wind standardisation to deliver enhanced efficiency and safety improvements
Director, Forge Risk
Ownership Ambassador Program - leading by example
Head of HSE, Global Service, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy