GWO has developed a code of conduct which is now published in the Criteria for Training Providers..
The Code of Conduct defines the basic requirements placed by GWO Steering Committee on GWO’s Secretariat concerning their responsibilities towards employees, colleagues, Delegates, members, Training Providers, other stakeholders and the environment.
These requirements reflect also GWOs expectations towards our primary stakeholders (Members, Certified Training Providers and Certification Bodies).
Basic Safety Training (BST) version 11 and Basic Technical Training (BTT) version 4 will no longer be valid from 1st July. Use of unpublished versions by GWO training providers may be considered a non-compliance.
As Taiwan prepares to develop 5.5 GW of offshore wind by 2025, a delegation from the country's leading science and technology university visited GWO on a fact finding mission.
When a new member company joins GWO, an onboarding process begins to help align safety practices with established, global standards. We report on The Nordex Group’s plans which include merit for up to 500 working at height certifications.
GWO has begun its first project to translate its standards and criteria into another language.
The number of GWO-trained technicians continued to rise during the first quarter of 2019, boosted by increases in technical and advanced skills courses.