Sectors

Sectors

The global potential for renewable energy technologies is enormous. Investing in the safety health and wellbeing of everyone worker and especially in their training, skills and knowledge is always a win: win. Risks are Reduced: People are Protected.

Whatever the scale, location or type of technology, Renewable Safety can offer the training, knowledge and CPD updates to fit your needs.

Technologies and sectors we support include:

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    Offshore Wind

    Rapidly expanding sector with larger turbines and GW scale arrays. Key topics include H&S due diligence, construction & design, O&M access logistics, emergency response, health & wellbeing, marine safety and contractor management.

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    Onshore Wind

    An established technology ranging from small scale single turbines to state of the art onshore designs. Current focus areas include emergency response, life extension, safety rules, lifting operations and electrical & mechanical safety.

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    Storage

    A variety of commercial and industrial scale installations, with an increasing range of designs, chemistries and applications. Relevant topic areas include co-location, HAZID/Risk Assessment, construction & installation, fire & explosion, safety rules and emergency response.

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    Solar

    A range of types and scale of installations. Remote locations and in close proximity to workers and public and increasing co-location applications. Key risks include fire & flashover, work at height and electrical safety during installation, inspection and maintenance.

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    Wave & Tidal

    Similar risks to offshore wind but with additional challenges due to the complex operating environment of the devices and projects. Construction & design, vessel safety access/egress to devices, subsea risks and emergency response are of particular relevance.

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    Hydrogen

    Increasing interest in production of renewable hydrogen typically through electrolysis. Range of regulatory and technical safety risks across the lifecycle of project development. Safety challenges include engineering design, major hazard fire/explosion risks and cryogenic storage.

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    Hydropower

    Typical examples include river, reservoir & pumped storage and emerging offshore/tidal applications. Construction & design, asset integrity, public safety, catastrophic failure and issues such as confined spaces could all be significant.

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    Floating Wind

    Comparable risk profile to offshore wind with additional challenges of potentially more remote and extreme operating environments. Current risk focus on safe design, safe construction & installation and the practicalities with O&M.