Month: February 2022

We are delighted that RWE Offshore is extending the rollout of its EURIECA™ training and clinical governance programme to Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm. Triton Knollis, which is nearing completion 33 miles off the Lincolnshire coast. Installation of ts 90 turbines commenced in September 2021, and is expected to be completed in Spring 2022. Learn more […]

The introduction of PAcT Kits gives organisations the opportunity to re-evaluate the training and medical equipment provision within their venues, and offer staff a basic awareness of what the PAcT kits do, and how best to deploy them. As the experts in advanced first aid, Trauma Resus offers several optional training solutions to supplement your […]

As previewed at the Business Network For Offshore Wind’s O&M / Health & Safety Summit (New Orleans) and the International Offshore Wind partnering Forum (Atlantic City, NJ), and following the success of similar events in the UK, we will be offering a number of places on free EURIECA training courses in the USA. These are […]

Our annual surveillance audit of our ISO9001:2015 Quality Management System took place last month. We are delighted to report that, for the second year running, the audit reported zero non-conformities, which means that we scored 100% for Quality, demonstrating our continuing commitment to ongoing quality improvement across all areas of our business.

Trauma Resus is delighted to have been invited to attend and support Site Safety Days at a number of offshore wind farms during the coming three months. These include East Anglia One, Gwynt Y Mor, Galloper and LID (Lynn & Inner Dowsing). Our health care professionals are more than happy to contribute to these multi-disciplinary […]

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