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Maersk Training gets certificate training

Maersk Training gets certificate training

13-07-2016 12:00:00


Following the release of Basic Maintenance Training (BMT) Standard from Global Wind Organisation (GWO) of 4 July 2016, Veritas, DNV GL, has approved Maersk Training in Esbjerg as the first organization that makes it possible to complete all three modules in the new standard.

"The purpose of the standard is to establish common standards for industry training and best practices for health and safety as a vital and necessary way forward to reduce the risk of personnel working in the wind power industry," says Maersk.

Basic Maintenance Training Standard contains three modules:
• Hydraulic Training
• Mechanical Training
• Electrical Training

BMT modules are aimed at graduates with no previous experience with these systems, but can also upgrade graduates who have some knowledge of these areas, without being specifically related to wind turbines.

The purpose of the standard is to develop common industry training and best practice standards in the basic technical and safety skills required for service and maintenance of wind turbines in Europe and around the world.

The new Basic Maintenance Training modules will soon also be available at Maersk Training Centre in Newcastle.

Source: offshorewind.biz / Maritime Denmark


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