Wind Turbines can be a dirty environment full of various kinds of oils, paints, solvents, and lubricants. Daily inspection for obvious wear and tear like cuts and rips are normal but what about the dirt, oil and other contaminants that can get on the product, are we paying attention to the less obvious hazards?
In this webinar we will talk about:
- What is in the turbine that can get on your fall protection and the long term damage it could cause
- What is the difference between being splashed and getting soaked
- How we can care for fall protection to make the use experience better and extend the life
Dustin H Schneider, Fall Protection Senior Territory Manager, 3M
- 9 Years dedicated Fall Protection
- 7 Years working in Wind Energy
- Fall Protection Competent person, competent person trainer.
- Competent rescuer/rescue trainer.
- Competent confined space entrant, supervisor, rescuer, competent confined space trainer.
- Competent Wind Energy climber, rescuer and trainer.
- OSHA 30, 510
- Level 1 rope access technician
Michelle Froese, Senior Editor – Moderator, Windpower Engineering & Development
With a decade of experience writing and editing for the renewable energy industry, Michelle Froese has long developed an interest in wind power. Along with her commitment to environmental stewardship, Michelle enjoys learning and sharing thought-provoking information that might one day help change our world for the better.