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36 hours
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IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power

Optimise people performance whilst achieving safety excellence and asset reliability

£950.00 + VAT

Available Dates:

Q1 2023

Introduction to the platform environment and learning process
Monday 23 January 2023, 09:00 – 09:40

Module 1 – Introducing Managing Safely
Tuesday 24 January 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 2 – Understanding Your Responsibilities
Part 1 – Thursday 26 January 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Monday 30 January 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 3 – Understanding Hazards
Part 1 – Wednesday 1 February 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Friday 3 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 4 – Assessing and Controlling Risks
Part 1 – Tuesday 7 February 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Thursday 9 February 2023, 09:00 – 12:00

Module 5 – Investigating Incidents
Monday 13 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques
Part 1 – Wednesday 15 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Friday 17 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 7 – Measuring Performance
Tuesday 21 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Theory and Practical Assessment
Thursday 23 February 2023, 09:00 – 11:30

Q2 2023

Introduction to the platform environment and learning process
Monday 3 April 2023, 09:00 – 09:40

Module 1 – Introducing Managing Safely
Wednesday 5 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 2 – Understanding Your Responsibilities
Part 1 – Wednesday 12 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Friday 14 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 3 – Understanding Hazards
Part 1 – Monday 17 April 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Wednesday 19 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 4 – Assessing and Controlling Risks
Part 1 – Friday 21 April 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Monday 24 April 2023, 09:00 – 12:00

Module 5 – Investigating Incidents
Wednesday 26 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques
Part 1 – Friday 28 April 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Wednesday 3 May 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 7 – Measuring Performance
Friday 5 May 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Theory and Practical Assessment
Monday 8 May 2023, 09:00 – 11:30

Q3 2023

Introduction to the platform environment and learning process
Tuesday 1 August 2023, 09:00 – 09:40

Module 1 – Introducing Managing Safely
Friday 1 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 2 – Understanding Your Responsibilities
Part 1 – Monday 4 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Wednesday 6 September, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 3 – Understanding Hazards
Part 1 – Friday 8 September 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Monday 11 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 4 – Assessing and Controlling Risks
Part 1 – Wednesday 13 September 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Friday 15 September 2023, 09:00 – 12:00

Module 5 – Investigating Incidents
Monday 18 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques
Wednesday 20 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 7 – Measuring Performance
Friday 22 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Theory and Practical Assessment
Monday 25 September 2023, 09:00 – 11:30

Q4 2023

Introduction to the platform environment and learning process
Monday 2 October 2023, 09:00 – 09:40

Module 1 – Introducing Managing Safely
Wednesday 4 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 2 – Understanding Your Responsibilities
Part 1 – Friday 6 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Tuesday 10 October, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 3 – Understanding Hazards
Part 1 – Thursday 12 October 2023, 09:00 – 12:00

Part 2 – Monday 16 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 4 – Assessing and Controlling Risks
Part 1 – Wednesday 18 October 2023, 09:00 – 12:00
Part 2 – Friday 20 October 2023, 09:00 – 12:00

Module 5 – Investigating Incidents
Tuesday 24 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 6 – Management Systems and Techniques
Part 1 – Thursday 26 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00
Part 2 – Monday 30 October 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Module 7 – Measuring Performance
Wednesday 1 November 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Theory and Practical Assessment
Friday 3 November 2023, 09:00 – 11:30

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Is this programme for you?

This unique learning experience is for onshore and offshore wind power professionals looking to achieve operational excellence:

  • Project development and design teams
  • Procurement specialists
  • Construction and project teams
  • Operations and maintenance teams
  • Asset managers and service teams

What will you learn?

Professionals will learn how to:

  • Achieve peak performance and safety excellence through informed decision-making.
  • Design, execute and manage wind projects more efficiently and safely.
  • Apply innovative risk management tools to optimise operational performance.
  • Control and monitor opportunities and risks in granular detail.
  • Improve work package and asset interfaces whilst managing supply chain variables more efficiently.

The ultimate learning experience

  • 36 hours (4.5 days) of next-generation guided learning.
  • Tutor-led, unique and engaging content.
  • Delivered through a series of short slots to optimise your retention of the content.
  • Flexible virtual approach, so you can immediately apply your learning.
  • 12 months of access to digital resources and lifetime access to materials.
  • Engage with a community of professionals.
  • IOSH 2-part examination.

Ratings and reviews

  • IOSH approved
  • 1600 delegates from over 40 countries
  • 100% of delegates say it is sector-specific
  • 97% of delegates say it is relevant to the role
  • 95% of delegates say it improves performance
  • Rated 5.00 out of 5
(20 customer review)
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Why attend this course?

Struggling to balance conflicting cost, time, quality and safety outcomes?

If you frequently face such challenges, learning how to address them in one go might just be the answer you’ve been looking for.

By the end of your IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power virtual learning, you will be assessed and proven to be better equipped to deliver utility-scale projects, optimise asset reliability and boost people performance.

But don’t just take our word for it.

Over the past decade, over 1600 wind energy professionals have learned with ARMSA Academy’s IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power.

We’re proud to feedback that 95% claim that the course has improved their professional performance.

Designed for site owner-operators, OEMs, O&M service providers and contracting companies, the programme is sensitive to ever-changing operational demands and emerging technologies.

Learn how management decision-making in the cause-effect continuum affects asset performance and safety both on and offshore.

Hundreds of leading wind 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:

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

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

  • Hazard identification
  • Incident management
  • Major accident investigation
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Managing Safely for Wind Power course details

Learning aims

  • Understand the consequences of strategic and tactical decisions on asset performance and safety.
  • Design, execute and manage wind projects by proactively improving work packages and asset interfaces whilst managing supply chain variability more efficiently.
  • Apply effective risk management tools.
  • Develop project and asset management tools to better control and monitor opportunities and risks.

Programme content

The industry-leading IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power programme consists of insightful modules covering:

  1. Lesser-known factors affecting project construction and O&M.
  2. Pioneering health and safety risk management techniques for work planning and execution.
  3. Best practice risk assessment as an operational decision-making tool and setting people to work processes.
  4. Unlocking the power of successful organisational learning teams and managing change to develop your people toward greater results.
  5. How to align organisation resources and processes to maximise asset value throughout the lifecycle.
  6. Contract, project and operational key performance indicators (KPIs) for top results.

 

About the Facilitator

Khalida
Khalida Suleymanova
Khalida project managed the development of this programme in 2010 and has since facilitated over 35 courses in several countries.

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Reviews

Brigette Palleske, Technical Project Manager, Vestas
5/5

Increase efficiency, productivity and ultimately the bottom line

The course provides insights into how the right approach to safety can help your company increase efficiency, productivity and ultimately its bottom line by prioritizing proper planning from start to finish.

It really highlights how taking the time to properly understand projects and tasks from the outset can help create a safer work environment for everyone.

3 months ago
Allie Byrne, Health, Safety and Security Professional, Statkraft
5/5

Staggered delivery gives you time to digest the content

An excellent course and great that it is staggered over a few weeks as it gives you time to digest and fully process the content. Khalida is a fantastic instructor with a wealth of knowledge. Would highly recommend for anyone in the Wind Industry.

3 months ago
Jon Priddy, Asset Manager, Ventient Energy
5/5

Excellent explanation into an often overly complicated subject

Whether you're an experienced Wind farm Manager or just starting out, if you don't hold a formal qualification in Health and Safety this is an excellent way into an often overly complicated subject. The course tutors are experienced in the sector which makes a big difference and are helpful, flexible and always available.

3 months ago
Barry Marshall, Project Engineer, Ørsted
5/5

Content relevant to understanding risks

Good content relevant to understanding risks in the sector and managing safely.

6 months ago
Eoin Fallon, Project Manager, Ørsted
5/5

Enjoyable and informative with great examples
The course was enjoyable and informative with great examples taken from the wind industry to give context to my day-to-day activities.

6 months ago
Shirish, Product Manager, Power Factors Corp
5/5

It will definitely be useful in my career growth
It's a very important and fun course to learn ins and outs of HSE. I come from a software background but still, I enjoyed this course and I feel to have attained learning points relevant to managing health and safety. It will definitely be useful in my career.

6 months ago
Padmini Maheshwari, Project Planner, Ventient Energy
5/5

Consistency is key - it helps apply the content to work

Be consistent with the course- take time to revise and make notes after each module. This makes it really easy to make use of the course when applying it to actual work.

It's a good course, well-paced and instructors are pretty open to all sorts of questions- so enjoy!

1 year ago
Enda Gallagher, Regional Supervisor, Ørsted
5/5

Packed with practical activities

Excellent and the way it is set up so you can easily participate in activities is excellent. The ease of using the portal is very good.

The only downfall is the lack of interaction which you would get in a classroom environment but this is not a fault of this course but one in general as people don't interact as much in a large group online. Thanks very much to Khalida and Rakesh.

1 year ago
Louise O'Boyle, Project Manager, Bluewise Marine
5/5

Excellent online platform

Excellent online platform, very well organised and coordinated, instructors have good understanding of the sector and provide excellent first hand examples

1 year ago
Mia Rud Bohnsen, Project Manager, Vestas
5/5

Tailored very specifically to our needs

I thought the course was extremely relevant and due to the fact that we were all from the same department in the same company it was tailored very specifically to our needs, which made everything really interesting and easily transferable into our daily roles.

2 years ago
Simon Brejnholt, Technical Project Manager, Vestas
5/5

Well structured and engaging course

A big shout out to our 2 skilled instructors. Very knowledgeable and have a really pleasant way to teach, help, understand, and discuss. Thank you for a well structured and interesting course.

2 years ago
Joe Shea, Shift Manager, Vestas
5/5

New perspectives and skills

The course was very insightful, it gave me a different perspective on my roles and responsibilities. I learned some new skills relevant to my job role, I look forward to utilising these skills when the opportunity arises. Trainers presented the course very well. There were some excellent group discussions. The group tasks where enjoyable also. It is not easy to present or participate in an online course containing this amount of information, but ARMSA structured it well.

2 years ago
Kenny Robertson, Deputy Project Manager, Vestas
5/5

Designed for our line of work

This is truly a great course and gives some great insight into a vast number of topics. This course brings a good honest approach to the way we work and in turn, creates great group discussions on many topics. This course is also designed for our line of work which is really great as we can relate so much more to the topics.

2 years ago
John Everest
5/5

Would recommend to anyone who is leading teams/planning work etc

Can’t comment on the virtual delivery of this course as this review is retrospective to training completed in a classroom.
Course were well communicated by a good trainer, material and handouts were excellent and it were genuinely enjoyable considering the topic can sometimes be a little dry. Would recommend to anyone who is leading teams/planning work etc.

2 years ago
Orla Gilligan
5/5

Suitable to all levels of experience

Excellent course which is suitable to all levels of experience. Course material provides a really good overview for managing health & safety on a wind farm. Course instructors were great also, very helpful and engaging.

2 years ago
Darren Richardson
5/5

Pitched at the right level

This is an excellent course, Pitched at the right level, gives you all the basics for managing safely in the wind industry. Extremely well presented as well.

2 years ago
Grant Hampshire
5/5

Good starting point for the asset portfolio

Good course, I did this course when starting Site supervisor for the windfarms on the west coast of UK. It was good starting point for the portfolio.

2 years ago
Darren Stannard
5/5

Appropriate for Wind Farm Technicians through to Wind Farm Management

A really good course appropriate for Wind Farm Technicians through to wind Farm Management. The course tutor was very knowledgeable with much benefit gained from attending.

2 years ago
Tom Wishart
5/5

Experienced and knowledgeable instructors

The IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power course is well pitched for all levels of Health & Safety experience to give an overview of the subject. The course instructor had experience of the sector and are helpful and knowledgeable on the subject.

2 years ago
Christian Davies
5/5

Strong foundation

Good course to give you the basic principles, knowledge and understanding of managing safely within the wind industry.

2 years ago

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21 reviews for IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power

  1. Christian Davies

    Strong foundation

    Good course to give you the basic principles, knowledge and understanding of managing safely within the wind industry.

  2. Tom Wishart

    Experienced and knowledgeable instructors

    The IOSH Managing Safely for Wind Power course is well pitched for all levels of Health & Safety experience to give an overview of the subject. The course instructor had experience of the sector and are helpful and knowledgeable on the subject.

  3. Darren Stannard

    Appropriate for Wind Farm Technicians through to Wind Farm Management

    A really good course appropriate for Wind Farm Technicians through to wind Farm Management. The course tutor was very knowledgeable with much benefit gained from attending.

  4. Grant Hampshire

    Good starting point for the asset portfolio

    Good course, I did this course when starting Site supervisor for the windfarms on the west coast of UK. It was good starting point for the portfolio.

    • The ARMSA Team (store manager)

      Another 5 stars! Thank you Grant. Did you do the course with us back in 2015?

  5. Darren Richardson

    Pitched at the right level

    This is an excellent course, Pitched at the right level, gives you all the basics for managing safely in the wind industry. Extremely well presented as well.

    • The ARMSA Team (store manager)

      Thank you Darren. Have you kept the workbook? Some of our delegates are still using the first edition published in 2010 as a reference.

  6. Orla Gilligan

    Suitable to all levels of experience

    Excellent course which is suitable to all levels of experience. Course material provides a really good overview for managing health & safety on a wind farm. Course instructors were great also, very helpful and engaging.

    • The ARMSA Team (store manager)

      Orla, 5 stars! Thank you. We will pass your kind feedback to our wonderful instructors.

  7. John Everest

    Would recommend to anyone who is leading teams/planning work etc

    Can’t comment on the virtual delivery of this course as this review is retrospective to training completed in a classroom.
    Course were well communicated by a good trainer, material and handouts were excellent and it were genuinely enjoyable considering the topic can sometimes be a little dry. Would recommend to anyone who is leading teams/planning work etc.

    • The ARMSA Team (store manager)

      Thank you for your kind comments, John. You are quite right. Several delegates have sat the face to face program which is a different experience to virtual classrooms. Thankfully, today’s technology allows us to engage with delegates in a host of different ways such as collective group activity, discussions and even video assignments. On that topic, one of our recent delegates engaged her Project Director on an assignment resulting in immediate improvements to the site management organisation.

  8. Kenny Robertson, Deputy Project Manager, Vestas

    Designed for our line of work

    This is truly a great course and gives some great insight into a vast number of topics. This course brings a good honest approach to the way we work and in turn, creates great group discussions on many topics. This course is also designed for our line of work which is really great as we can relate so much more to the topics.

  9. Joe Shea, Shift Manager, Vestas

    New perspectives and skills

    The course was very insightful, it gave me a different perspective on my roles and responsibilities. I learned some new skills relevant to my job role, I look forward to utilising these skills when the opportunity arises. Trainers presented the course very well. There were some excellent group discussions. The group tasks where enjoyable also. It is not easy to present or participate in an online course containing this amount of information, but ARMSA structured it well.

  10. Simon Brejnholt, Technical Project Manager, Vestas

    Well structured and engaging course

    A big shout out to our 2 skilled instructors. Very knowledgeable and have a really pleasant way to teach, help, understand, and discuss. Thank you for a well structured and interesting course.

  11. Mia Rud Bohnsen, Project Manager, Vestas

    Tailored very specifically to our needs

    I thought the course was extremely relevant and due to the fact that we were all from the same department in the same company it was tailored very specifically to our needs, which made everything really interesting and easily transferable into our daily roles.

  12. Louise O’Boyle, Project Manager, Bluewise Marine

    Excellent online platform

    Excellent online platform, very well organised and coordinated, instructors have good understanding of the sector and provide excellent first hand examples

  13. Enda Gallagher, Regional Supervisor, Ørsted

    Packed with practical activities

    Excellent and the way it is set up so you can easily participate in activities is excellent. The ease of using the portal is very good.

    The only downfall is the lack of interaction which you would get in a classroom environment but this is not a fault of this course but one in general as people don’t interact as much in a large group online. Thanks very much to Khalida and Rakesh.

  14. Khalida Suleymanova (store manager)

    Thank you, Enda. So good to hear this. We completely agree with you, it is difficult to compete with the classroom environment. Having said that, hopefully, the breakout rooms gave the opportunity to interact with other participants and the two to three hour slots still opened up the opportunity to get some work done during the day too!

  15. Padmini Maheshwari, Project Planner, Ventient Energy

    Consistency is key – it helps apply the content to work

    Be consistent with the course- take time to revise and make notes after each module. This makes it really easy to make use of the course when applying it to actual work.

    It’s a good course, well-paced and instructors are pretty open to all sorts of questions- so enjoy!

  16. Shirish, Product Manager, Power Factors Corp

    It will definitely be useful in my career growth
    It’s a very important and fun course to learn ins and outs of HSE. I come from a software background but still, I enjoyed this course and I feel to have attained learning points relevant to managing health and safety. It will definitely be useful in my career.

  17. Eoin Fallon, Project Manager, Ørsted

    Enjoyable and informative with great examples
    The course was enjoyable and informative with great examples taken from the wind industry to give context to my day-to-day activities.

  18. Barry Marshall, Project Engineer, Ørsted

    Content relevant to understanding risks

    Good content relevant to understanding risks in the sector and managing safely.

  19. Jon Priddy, Asset Manager, Ventient Energy

    Excellent explanation into an often overly complicated subject

    Whether you’re an experienced Wind farm Manager or just starting out, if you don’t hold a formal qualification in Health and Safety this is an excellent way into an often overly complicated subject. The course tutors are experienced in the sector which makes a big difference and are helpful, flexible and always available.

    • The ARMSA Team (store manager)

      John, we are so pleased that you found our program engaging. 5 stars makes us blush too.

  20. Allie Byrne, Health, Safety and Security Professional, Statkraft

    Staggered delivery gives you time to digest the content

    An excellent course and great that it is staggered over a few weeks as it gives you time to digest and fully process the content. Khalida is a fantastic instructor with a wealth of knowledge. Would highly recommend for anyone in the Wind Industry.

  21. Brigette Palleske, Technical Project Manager, Vestas

    Increase efficiency, productivity and ultimately the bottom line

    The course provides insights into how the right approach to safety can help your company increase efficiency, productivity and ultimately its bottom line by prioritizing proper planning from start to finish.

    It really highlights how taking the time to properly understand projects and tasks from the outset can help create a safer work environment for everyone.

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