It’s been a cold winter so far, and while many people think walking across a parking lot to a car is unbearable, windpower technicians working at a rural turbine site or 300 ft. up can experience a more extreme chill, one that is potentially dangerous.
In this Wind Talk podcast, we’ll learn how technicians working at height can protect themselves from wintry conditions and what one wind company does to ensure the safety of its workers.
Joining us in this podcast is Jason Eddy, VP of Services at Broadwind Energy. The Illinois-based company provides components and in-field services for the windpower industry. Click “play” below to listen.
Filed Under: O&M, Podcasts, Safety
Dennis Williams says
My instructors name was Patrick, was that him who made earlier remarks. If so this is Dennis please call me 816 616 9532
The podcasts are great! It would be helpful, however, if you could note the length of each podcast. It’s nice to make time to listen to the entire episode at once but it’s hard to plan for that if the time is not given. Thanks!
SYED MUHAMMAD ASAD says
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