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14.5 hours

IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power Refresher

Take risk decision-making capability to the next level! If you are a proud holder of the IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power certificate, join this Refresher to update and develop your knowledge further.

£380.00 + VAT

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Is this refresher for you?

This refresher course is for everyone with any of the following IOSH certificates:

  • IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power
  • IOSH Global Operational Safety at Cubico Sustainable Investments
  • IOSH Construction and Project Safety for Vattenfall

What will you learn?

  • Refresh your managing safely knowledge
  • Understand how wind industry developments influence health and safety risks and business performance
  • Assess your leadership maturity
  • Understand key decision-making components
  • Roles and responsibilities in internal and outsourced work
  • Performance improvement metrics

The ultimate learning experience

  • 14.5 hours of self-paced learning over 4 weeks
  • 24/7 access to digital resources
  • Lifetime access to materials
  • Engage with a community of industry experts
  • IOSH examination and certificate

Ratings and reviews

  • IOSH approved
  • Designed for onshore and offshore
  • Contains engaging activities and assignments
  • Interactive and easy to use learning environment

Why enrol on this course?

This 14.5 hr online refresher course has been developed specifically for those holding the Managing Safely for Wind Power, Global Operational Safety at Cubico Sustainable Investments and Construction and Project Safety for Vattenfall course certificates.

Managing Safely for Wind Power Refresher is a pioneering course for the renewables sector. Developed with industry experts, it is the first of its kind dealing with safety and health risk from a management decision-making perspective.

The course examines the creation and evolution of risk arising from operational, organisational, contractual and other business decisions made by companies operating in the wind power industry.

Delegates learn the risk consequences of management decisions through active learning, plus skills and techniques to manage and conduct work safely and competently through effective decision-making.

Learn how to deal with problems and issues in a well-informed and competent manner.

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But don’t just take our word for it. Hundreds of leading wind energy organisations worldwide trust the ARMSA approach.

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Our approach

Traditional attitudes towards safety don’t apply at ARMSA. Our research shows that some of the most critical safety decisions are made at the front-end of project development. This next-generation programme explains how these decisions impact your asset performance and occupational safety. The diagram below shows the proactive and reactive elements of management decision-making covered in the course.

Front-end decision-making components of the programme include:

  • Social culture
  • Organisational culture
  • Commercial and contract frameworks
  • Organisational precursors
  • Work planning decisions

Late-stage decision-making components of the programme include:

  • Hazard identification
  • Incident management
  • Minor/major accident investigation

Managing Safely for Wind Power Refresher learning aims

  • Build on your foundational learning from the full 5-day programme.
  • Designed to influence managers thinking around risk and opportunity.
  • Equips you with innovative methods for managing high-risk activities, plant and assets in potentially dangerous and unpredictable environments.

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand how current and future developments in the wind power sector influence health and safety risk and business performance.
  • Refresh your knowledge of the importance of managing safely.
  • Critically assess business and personal motivations for safety.
  • Assess your leadership maturity and understand the role of leadership in a health and safety management system.
  • Understand the role of decision-making in risk creation and mitigation.
  • Understand key components and planning considerations in the ‘Plan’ stage of an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS).
  • Explain key components of the ‘Do’ stage of an OHSMS from a practical work management perspective.




  • Differentiate hazards from organisational and operational precursors.
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of the client in internal and outsourced work supervision.
  • Explain proactive and reactive management techniques contained in the ‘Check’ stage of an OHSMS.
  • Identify leading operational and organisational KPIs that affect safety and business performance.
  • View continuous improvement from systems thinking perspective and understand the dangers of suboptimal improvements.
  • Describe key elements of the ‘Act’ stage of business-centric OHSMS.

Programme content

This modular learning program contains the following topics:

  • Module 1: Thinking Back
  • Module 2: Leadership
  • Module 3: Plan
  • Module 4: Do
  • Module 5: Check
  • Module 6: Act

About the Facilitator

Khalida Suleymanova
Khalida project managed the development of the full IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power programme in 2010 and has since facilitated over 35 courses in several countries. She also developed this Refresher programme and supports delegates who successfully complete it.

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