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Gravitec Systems Inc. offers a competent wind turbine climber and rescue course designed for wind industry personnel who are required to assemble and use their own fall protection systems. This 40-hour course trains workers in the principles of fall protection and rescue.

The curriculum combines interactive classroom sessions with extensive, hands-on exercises at the Gravitec Training Institute. This course can also be taught at a specific job site of the client's choosing.

All courses offered by Gravitec meet the criteria for accepted practices in safety, health and environmental training.

Written examinations and proficiency checks ensure that each participant has met Gravitec's high standards. Upon completion of the course, four continuing education units, accredited through the International Association for Continued Education and Training, are awarded.

For more information: gravitec.com.

Location: Bainbridge Island, Wash.



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