The effects of the corona virus pandemic, which is now occurring worldwide, have expanded considerably in recent days. We at Deutsche Windtechnik, too, are monitoring the situation very carefully and are constantly adapting our preventive measures to the current circumstances, taking into account the information provided by the authorities, the Robert Koch Institute and other institutions. More
Realistic and practice-oriented
Many workplaces, for example at heights, in confined spaces or in places with a fire hazard, are associated with risks and dangers. In order to ensure safe working conditions, companies in certain industries are obliged to train their employees in the field of occupational safety.
Theoretical and practical knowledge and skills must be learned and regularly refreshed. Preventive measures and training are essential to prevent accidents. In order to develop safe working habits, a person needs to be able to gain confidence in their protective equipment and their own abilities. We have developed training concepts that convey all relevant safety aspects in a realistic environment and in a short time, and training takes place under the supervision of our experienced trainers.
Each successful participant receives a certificate. Our training courses are officially certified in accordance with GWO standards.
Our safety training is carried out at a complex climbing tower that we installed in a building at the Training Center in Hüttenstraße, Bremen. At a total height of 17 m, the versatile steel structure provides everything needed for training under very realistic conditions. This includes various abseiling heights, numerous attachment points, service lifts, fixed ladders with climbing protection and also an electric chain hoist with a load capacity of over 250 kg.
By moving the pedestal railing, exiting a helicopter can also be simulated. Another 9 m high steel tower allows participants to train rescue situations as well as operator and user training for service lifts.
A complex course is available for Confined Space Training, which consists of narrow rooms and corridors to train safe working as well as rescue from confined spaces. With artificial fog and darkness, the training can be carried out under very realistic conditions, regardless of the weather and season.