New solutions have been released for WINDA
GWO staff has found more solutions for the known bugs and problems of the new WINDA, which was released last December. The list of the known problems and solutions already implemented is continuously updated and you can find it here.
If you discover a new bug or you have any problems, do not hesitate to reach out to email@example.com and explain in as much detail as possible what happened (attach a screen shot if you can), where you experienced it and what steps you took to find the bug. In this way, we will have the tools to assist you and guide you to a solution.
Remember that Microsoft has announced that they are no longer supporting Internet Explorer from January 2020. WINDA has therefore not been optimized to run on this browser and some functionality will not work when using Internet Explorer. GWO therefore strongly recommends that you use Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome when using WINDA.
October 4th will be a special day as our community of safety and training in wind energy gathers in person for an all-new event in Copenhagen.
Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, the GWO Audit & Compliance committee has issued advisory notes communicating agreed advice, guidance and exemptions from our regular governance (requirements and standards).
Global Wind Organisation (GWO) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have signed a two-year partnership agreement to highlight the importance of safety, training and job creation to power wind energy development and the global energy transition. The wind energy industry is a major opportunity for countries to create high-skilled, local jobs to boost economic growth and reach their Paris Agreement goals.
The taxonomy establishes a transparent and coherent framework to describe safety training characteristics, allowing for a better understanding of “what good training looks like”.
The modules are reviewed in response to feedback from GWO members and 2020 workplace data from G+ which places manual handling incidents in the top three most reported injury processes.