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As an operator of an offshore wind farm or as an employer in the field of offshore wind energy projects, you are obligated to fulfil stringent legal requirements in the area of QHSE. In addition to the quality, health and environment standards that are applicable to onshore wind energy, there is a particular focus in the offshore sector on occupational safety. We work together closely with you to keep an eye on the complex and location-dependent regulations and integrate them into the existing processes during the construction and project phase as well as the operating phase. Monitoring all measures as well as the documentation on a regular basis is an integral part of our work. Our broad experience in manufacturer-independent service for offshore wind turbines enables us to seamlessly integrate our work with existing processes, implement necessary adjustments immediately and share our insights with you. Use this advantage as a link between operational business and conceptual implementation!
Our main offshore services for you include:
The more complex the project is, the greater the effects of tiny adjustments in procedures, processes and structures. Your offshore wind project as well as the deployment of your employees at the wind farm are usually both associated with large investments and legal or operator-specific requirements. Take advantage of our many years of practical experience in numerous onshore and offshore projects, manage your resources sensibly and combine your expertise with ours. Together we achieve long-term cost savings without compromising quality, health or environment. Safety is of particular importance in offshore operations.
Working on a wind turbine or substation on the high seas, or even just visiting one, requires specific measures to guarantee the safety of your employees or visitors. On your behalf, we ensure that all official requirements are fulfilled and combine these with your individual requirements. We support you during all phases: creation of the concept, implementation and monitoring. Your location and situation-based requirements are also taken into account.
Our occupational safety concepts also include training strategies to ensure the offshore-readiness of your employees and every visitor to your offshore wind farm. These include, for example, Extended First Aid Offshore (in accordance with DGUV Information 204-041) at our own premises, or water training (Sea Survival) such as Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) or hoist training, which are offered at our training partners' locations.
Every visitor and employee at your wind farm must wear special protective equipment to ensure their safety. In an emergency, this can mean the difference between life and death. We create situational checklists for you and your employees before entering the wind turbine or substation at sea. These checklists contain all necessary information about legal and operator-specific requirements regarding safety equipment. The comprehensibility of this information for everyone involved is particularly important to us. We are also happy to help you select, procure and test the appropriate equipment for your team.
The standards issued by legal authorities (for example by the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency) for your offshore wind farm as well as the deployment of your employees are as complex as they are essential. In addition, there are wind farm-specific circumstances that occasionally necessitate more comprehensive concepts regarding all aspects of QHSE. Not only do we ensure that you can fulfil your obligations, we also analyse the usefulness of further measures and examine implementation options in practice. Continuous review, adjustment and documentation of these concepts enables us to provide you with the required, professionally prepared documentation. Our wealth of experience encompasses rescue strategies, regular rescue exercises, protection and safety concepts (as a prerequisite for building permits) and environmental requirements (for example environmental monitoring or visual bird flight observation).