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FEATURE SPONSOR


SEA SURVIVAL


A FRESH WIND IN SURVIVING AT SEA


The industry is undergoing rapid developments and the risks have changed


– at the same time, there is a realisation that we should not continue to accept concepts and standards but continue to innovate


There is a variety of training standards within our mutual industries on sea with quite some overlap. We should are also be aware of the importance of the following points concerning training our staff…


• SAFETY • EFFICIENCY • FLEXIBILITY • COMPLIANCY • COMPETENCY


Compliancy is not synonymic to competency! Safety awareness is based on old principles and models. We saw for example a huge drop in the number of casualties in the offshore industry, so do we need to change? Why not follow the same principle in the Wind Industry?


COMPLEX WORLD


This way of thinking does not take into account the complex world in which we live now, with a call for more control, more supervision, more regulation. How understandably such a call seems, the urge to be in control at a time where control seems further away than it has ever been, has a counterfeit effect.


It is not a question of good or bad but we would like to review the ‘old ways’ of thinking by approaching the Industry with another way of thinking and acting. If we really want to be in control, we have to connect, trust and rely on the existing craftsmanship.


A NEW VIEW ON SAFETY We have seen results of the workforce connecting with each other whereby


the end result will affect more than just their own organisations therefore it will affect the whole supply chain. It will create ownership and a method to build upon existing talents. It will lead to more cooperation, attention and respect.


In the Netherlands they currently manage to connect stakeholders within the wind industry to review the training standards with the result of joining efforts to create better safety, efficiency and flexibility whilst remaining compliant.


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