Over the next year I will be working with industry leaders to ensure that the message of health and safety is at the heart of the onshore wind renewable industry. Assessment of risk, consistency in approach and shared learning will lead to improved standards and everyone going home safe.
EDF Renewables believes Safety On will be a productive Health & Safety focused organisation for the Onshore Wind Industry. It will look to move safety issues forward in a way that takes best practice, helps develop and shape it for our industry but also shares that practice it in a collaborative and consistent way.
SafetyOn 3rd Annual Stakeholder Day
Less than one month to go until our third SafetyOn Stakeholder Day 2021 on 02nd December 2020. We are excited to see you all soon in person at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, EICC
Renewables: Health, Safety and Sustainability Conference
Register for the Energy Institute's Renewables: Health, Safety and Sustainability Conference in November 2021.
SafetyOn Post-incident decommissioning of onshore wind turbines
SafetyOn are pleased to announce the publication of its newest good practice guideline, Post-incident decommissioning of onshore wind turbines
SafetyOn/ RUK Guidance regarding Procedures and Protocols for COVID-19
This note sets out the key considerations that should be considered by duty holders when reviewing the specific guidance provided by relevant Governments and Regulators.