Health & Safety in Offshore Wind

Berlin, (PresseBox) - Berlin, 23.11.2012 - Offshore wind energy is considered the most promising source of renewable energy to achieve the ambitious political target of 20% by 2020. In response, the offshore wind power industry is growing rapidly with a considerable number of large-scale projects on the horizon. Meet your industry peers at the 2nd International Conference Health & Safety in Offshore Wind from 10 - 12 December 2012 in Bremen and find out how current challenges can be dealt with adequately.
The offshore wind energy industry is moving at such a pace that developers have had little time to consider the practical problems involved with these projects – nonetheless, the industry must establish a reputation of being a safe workplace.
If the industry wants to attract the best personnel and earn a reputation in the wind industry as a safe place to work, vital to its long term success, health and safety issues will require detailed consideration.
Conference attendees will
• Understand the organisational factors to create a safety culture by horizontal collaboration between OEM and suppliers
• Building the business case to justify investment in H&S
• Gain knowledge on how to adapt common H&S requirements with changing working styles for far offshore conditions and deep water projects
• Hear about new H&S requirements and compare solutions for future wind park construction & installation

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