LTC Wind Turbine SAFER and Tower Climber SAFER Programs
Contact Wendy, 920.693.1167 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on scheduled dates.
Continental breakfast and light lunch will be provided.
LTC’s Work-at-Height SAFER Programs
LTC’s two-day SAFER Programs provide work-at-height professionals with the knowledge and skills to work SAFER. One-day recertification class is also available.
Call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582), Ext. 1366 to register with credit card or company bill.
Online at www.gotoltc.edu/seminars with company bill information or to download a registration form.
For questions or detailed information, call Ruth at 920.693.1167, or e-mail email@example.com.
Wind Turbine SAFER is primarily geared toward Large Wind Technicians working on large MegaWatt, Monopole Wind Turbines.
Tower Climber SAFER is geared toward residential wind, communications tower,
and meteorological (met) lattice tower workers. This program exceeds the NATE Tower Climber Fall Protection Training Standard.
The course focuses on industry-specific case studies, fall protection systems and regulations. In addition, participants will learn the skills to identify and assess industry hazards as well as how to implement control measures to provide a SAFER working environment. Students will perform a variety of hands on exercises from equipment inspections to actual rescue scenarios of co-workers from LTC’s High Angle Rescue Training Tower to create the most realistic training environment available off of an actual site. Students should be prepared for an informative and rewarding educational experience.
- Describe the main dangers of working at height
- Carry out a risk assessment of work-at-height issues (includes requirements for rescue)
- Describe the main legislation that governs work at height.
- Demonstrate the ability to select & use a range of PFPE for work at height
- Correct fitting of harness
- Describe and demonstrate the correct method of inspection, care and maintenance of PFPE
- Climb and work at height using lanyards and associated safety equipment
- General requirements for rescue
- Suspension trauma & emergency procedures
- Introduction to the rescue equipment
- Rescue equipment inspection and care
- Emergency evacuation techniques (Wind)
- Ladder and hub rescue
- Rescue unreachable & self-rescue techniques
All participants who successfully complete training will receive LTC certification valid for two years.
ONE-DAY REFRESHER CLASS
Provides industry-specific updates in addition to skills and knowledge testing to currently certified SAFER program graduates. Successful completion grants two-year renewal of existing certification.
Facilities and Equipment
65kW Vestas • Entegrity & Endurance 50kW Wind Turbines (2) • 2.5kW Proven • MagDrive Electronic Power Control
Nacelle and Hub
A decommissioned General Electric 1.5MW nacelle is mounted on an elevated training pedestal allowing access to the nacelle, hub, and blades to allow simulated rescue scenarios from these wind turbine components. This facility also allows for advanced confined space training for those individuals needing this training.
One 90-foot tower section of a decommissioned 1.5 MW General Electric wind turbine with platform, as well as four operational lattice towers of varying heights, to simulate high-angle rescue training exercises.
For more information, contact:
Ruth at 920.693.1167, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 10- and 30-Hour OSHA Training
- First Aid/CPR
- Classes are available either by seminar or contract training