GWO Basic Safety Training (BST Refresher Course)


The GWO Basic Safety Training Refresher offers a condensed review of essential safety modules, including manual handling, fire awareness, first aid, working at heights, and sea survival. Participants undergo practical exercises and assessments to reinforce skills and ensure continued competency in the wind energy industry. This refresher course aims to update knowledge, refresh techniques, and maintain compliance with safety standards, providing workers with the necessary tools for safe and effective operations.

Awarding Body

The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) establishes and promotes standardized safety training courses to ensure the global wind energy industry's workforce is equipped with essential skills, fostering professionalism and safety through industry collaboration and ongoing enhancements.

Learning Outcomes

  • To refresh the understanding of risks in wind industry operations.
  • To refresh effective methods to manage and minimize risks.
  • To refresh necessary knowledge, abilities, and self-assurance for emergency response.
  • To review safety through utilization of personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • To refresher the understanding of emergency protocols and equipment usage.

Start Time

End Time


08:30 am
16:30 pm
2.5 Days (Onshore)  / 3.5 Days  (Offshore)

Course Structure

  • Working at height (1 day)
  • Fire awareness (0.5 days)
  • First aid (0.5 days)
  • Manual handling (0.5 day)
  • Sea survival (1 day) (Offshore only)


Must have completed previous GWO Basic Safety Training (BST) Onshore or Offshore Certification.

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