Version 2.0 of the GWO Blade Repair Standard will be launched on April 6.
Since its launch in 2019, nearly 1200 technicians across the globe have completed the Blade Repair Training Standard, highlighting its importance.
Following an extensive review by experts in the field, a number of changes to the standard will soon be implemented.
What are the changes?
Among the changes is the removal of a number of learning objectives that have been deemed unnecessary and are being replaced with an additional hour of contact time during the lesson on grinding skills, which has been identified as a key proficiency by the experts.
The standard has also been updated to reflect more relevant and commonly used terminology, particularly regarding tools and equipment technicians will be handling.
Our GWO Courses
Here at Safer at Work, we welcome these changes and look forward to implementing them. We have a range of GWO accredited training courses, which will in the future include Blade Repair and Inspection, which you can learn more about here.
You can find out more information about our other GWO certified courses by visiting our website, here.