• Leading owner operator commits to GWO Standards • GWO标准被业界领先的业主所认可 • CGNWP also opens new GWO Training Centre • 中广核风电同时新成立了GWO培训中心
PRESS RELEASE – 9 July 2020, Beijing/Copenhagen – CGN Wind Power has today joined Global Wind Organisation, accelerating the industry’s global effort to strive towards an injury free working environment.
With several thousand employees in China, 14.32GW of wind energy installed and a growing footprint in key markets across China, CGN Wind Power will commit to using GWO standards for its workforce where appropriate and will contribute directly to their development going forward.
GWO members like CGN Wind Power collaborate to develop and set minimum standards for safety and technical training. The training is delivered by large employers like CGNWP and a growing network of more than 350 independent certified training providers in 40+countries around the world. Almost 90,000 people had a valid GWO training record by 31 December 2019.
像中广核风电这样的 GWO 成员们，合作制定和设置了安全和技术培训的最低标准。 培训由包括中广核风电在内的众多雇主们提供，培训网络遍布世界40余个国家，拥有350多个独立认证的培训机构。到2019年12月31日，有近90,000人获得了有效的 GWO 培训记录。
In addition to becoming members of Global Wind Organisation, CGNWP has invested inits own GWO Certified Training Centre in Tianjin, which will provide safety and technical training for the company’s growing workforce and other third parties from the wind energy supply chain.
Shuting Kang, EVP of CGN New Energy Institute (training dept. of CGNNE), said: “Safety is our priority and we take great pride in giving our employees the correct training to keep them safe at work. Now, by joining Global Wind Organisation, CGNWP can make ameaningful contribution for our whole industry’s safety culture, helping to embed safe work practices and standards in China and across the world.”
中广核新能源学院( 中广核新能源培训部)的常务副院长康书亭说道 ： “我们秉承安全第一的原则，为我们的员工提供正确的培训，以确保他们在工作中的安全。 现在，通过加入GWO，中广核风电可以为我们整个行业的安全文化做出有意义的贡献，帮助在中国乃至世界各地引入安全的工作实践和标准。
Paul Robbins, Chairman of Global Wind Organisation and Chief H&S Specialist at Vestas, said:
“I would like to welcome our new colleagues to the GWO family. As a top 10 owner/operator, CGNWP’s contribution to wind development cannot be underestimated. With their commitment to use GWO standards wherever appropriate, we take a majorstep forward towards achieving our mission towards creating an injury free working environment in wind.”
About CGN Wind Power Limited关于中广核风电有限公司
CGN Wind Power Limited is a subsidiary wholly owned by CGN (China General Nuclear Power Group) which focused on the development of clean energies such as nuclear power, nuclear fuel, wind power, and solar power. CGN is the largest nuclear power operator in China and the 3rd worldwide, with more than 41,000 employees globally.
New energy is 1 of the 4 business units ofCGN. CGN New Energy Holdings Co., Ltd.,the important platform for CGN to manage new energy in China, operates CGN WindPower Limited which is specializing in investment and development,engineering and construction, and production and operation of wind powerprojects in China. It is committed to environmental protection, energy conservation andemission reduction, with a national top-five comprehensive performance.
Its projects and wind power assets coverChina’s 25 provinces. It has over thousandsof employees, specialists in wind resource R&D, investmentanalysis, wind farm construction, operation, maintenance and management in China.
For more information visit http://en.cgnpc.com.cn/encgn/c100056/newenergy.shtml
GWO is a non-profit group of wind turbine owners and wind turbine manufacturers, committed to the creation and adoption of standardised safety training and emergency procedures.
Independent training providers deliver GWO-certified training to technicians and students worldwide. There are currently nine GWO training standards, containing a total of 24 modules.
Training records are created when a GWO standard course is passed and completed by a person. These records are uploaded and stored in the GWO WINDA database.
GWO member companies
Acciona Energia, Avangrid, CGN Wind Power, ENERCON, Envision, Equinor, GE Renewable Energy, Goldwind, Innogy, Iberdrola, MHI Vestas, The Nordex Group, Ørsted, RWE Renewables, Shanghai Electric, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, SSE, Vattenfall and Vestas.
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