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Update on the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation Work Programmes

Kate Harvey
G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation, Reading, UK

Abstract

Abstract not valid- submitted this one but presenting on another topic - To provide an update to the audience on the work programmes that the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has commenced in 2016. These include, but are not limited to, guidance on reducing the number of dropped objects in the offshore wind industry, updating the Good Practice Guidelines on use of small service vessels and working at height and guidelines on reucing anual handling and ergonomics related incidents.

Method

Abstract not valid- submitted this one but presenting on another topic - To provide an update to the audience on the work programmes that the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has commenced in 2016. These include, but are not limited to, guidance on reducing the number of dropped objects in the offshore wind industry, updating the Good Practice Guidelines on use of small service vessels and working at height and guidelines on reucing anual handling and ergonomics related incidents.

Results

Abstract not valid- submitted this one but presenting on another topic - To provide an update to the audience on the work programmes that the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has commenced in 2016. These include, but are not limited to, guidance on reducing the number of dropped objects in the offshore wind industry, updating the Good Practice Guidelines on use of small service vessels and working at height and guidelines on reucing anual handling and ergonomics related incidents.

Conclusions

To provide an update to the audience on the work programmes that the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has commenced in 2016. These include, but are not limited to, guidance on reducing the number of dropped objects in the offshore wind industry, updating the Good Practice Guidelines on use of small service vessels and working at height and guidelines on reucing anual handling and ergonomics related incidents.

Objectives

Abstract not valid- submitted this one but presenting on another topic - To provide an update to the audience on the work programmes that the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has commenced in 2016. These include, but are not limited to, guidance on reducing the number of dropped objects in the offshore wind industry, updating the Good Practice Guidelines on use of small service vessels and working at height and guidelines on reucing anual handling and ergonomics related incidents.