German translation - Good practice guideline - Working at height in the offshore industry

Document options


EI Technical Partners get free access to publications. You will need to Login or Register here

Dear customer,

Please note that the EI publishing department has moved to a new print supplier for 2021. The option to purchase Hard Copies of our publications has been suspended until the New Year, when we will be making select areas of the catalogue available again. Until then, we will continue to offer PDF versions of our books. Please email pubs@energyinst.org if you have any queries.

Kind regards,
EI Publications

  • Published: February 2016
  • REF/ISBN: 9780852937723
  • Edition: 1st
  • Status: New

This publication is available to download for free.

German working at height coverThis is the German translation of the publication Good practice guideline on working at height in the offshore wind industry. This title was originally published in English in 2014 and can be downloaded for free here.

The G9 Offshore Wind Health & Safety Association (G9) has commissioned the development of this good practice guideline on working at height in the offshore wind industry. The guideline draws upon existing standards and practices in other industries (including the oil and gas industry) whilst also seeking to take account of and reflect the unique aspects of working in the offshore wind industry. It represents the first step within the G9 to reduce the risk in work at height operations.

Following publication of the guideline, the G9 members will work closely with other key stakeholders within the offshore wind industry to implement the key principles and recommendations in this guideline, in order to reduce the number of work at height incidents.

Members Benefits

Are you an EI Member? If yes, register/log in now to ensure you receive free access or discounts to EI publications.

If you are not a Member, why not join today and receive all of the benefits of EI Membership? EI Members are entitled to a 25% discount on most EI publications.