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SPECIALIST TRAINING FOR THE GROWING WIND ENERGY SECTOR


ARCH is leading the field in the provision of work at height and rescue training for the wind energy sector in Northern Ireland. The company is the first and only work at height training provider based in Northern Ireland to have achieved accreditation from RenewableUK and Global Wind Organisation, the industry bodies for the wind energy sector, for the delivery of Working at Height and Rescue – Wind Turbines training.


safety personnel who have undertaken rigorous safety training in rope access, height safety, first aid and rescue techniques. Their work has included supporting blade inspection and repair of blades on onshore and offshore wind


INDUSTRY SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS This accredited training course has been developed with the wind energy industry to meet the requirements of those undertaking operations and maintenance work in wind turbines, and covers the safety and competence required for personnel working at height and rescue techniques. The course applies to both onshore and offshore wind energy activities.


TRAINING FACILITIES


ARCH delivers the training from its training facility in Co. Fermanagh and also delivers training throughout the UK and Ireland at onshore and offshore wind turbine sites. To support offshore wind installation work based in Belfast, the company has a new training facility at Ridgeway centrally located at Belfast Harbour.


SAFETY PARAMOUNT


To ensure the safety of personnel and address risks associated with hub, blade and T-piece access, they deliver advanced access and rescue and rope access training.


A range of supporting skills training is also provided including manual handling, fire safety, first aid and emergency response planning.


CONTRACTING SERVICES In addition to training delivery, the company provides rope access contracting services; the team has undertaken specialised rigging, safety and rescue cover services at wind turbine sites in Estonia, France, Poland, Sweden, Scotland, Spain and Wales.


REMOTE LOCATIONS


Their work is undertaken at heights of up to 100M in remote locations, and is undertaken by rope access and height


80 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


turbines, and installation and dismantling of 80M high masts used to measure weather conditions on proposed wind farm sites.


LEADING THE WAY


ARCH is recognised as a leader in the rope access industry due to the high standard of safety training and experience of its team, and also having been successfully audited as a Full Company Member by IRATA International – the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association.


As a result of ARCH’s safety expertise, leading international wind energy can safely address their maintenance requirements using industrial rope access.


ARCH www.archsafety.com


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