Current Activities

offshore Current Activities

Member companies assign participants to the G+ Focal Group, who meet on a monthly basis to share learnings and experiences from accidents and incidents. Facilitated by the G+ General Manager, the aim of these discussions is to better understand the risks in the offshore wind industry, their root causes and possible remedial actions.

Through the sharing and analysis of incident data provided by G+ member companies, an evidence based understanding of the risks encountered during all phases of a wind farm project has been developed. This information is used to identify high risk activities in the offshore wind industry.

The below work programme has been informed by data, member engagement and stakeholder feedback:


Incident data


Good practice

Update of existing G+ good practice guidelines:

Guidelines on the management of service vessels used in the offshore wind industry

Guidelines on the management of service vessels used in the offshore wind industry

2016-2017 work programme: The G+ aims to explore guidance for the offshore wind industry on dropped objects, manual handling and ergonomics and analysis of offshore wind turbine service lifts.


Quick wins

Quick wins: The G+ identified a set of quick wins in 2016 to guide harmonisation and minimum standard setting. These will help ensure the workforce is able to work safely and consistently across different sites.

Industry Steering Committee: Formed to ensure that the work programmes of stakeholder organisations are consistent with current and emerging priority risks and that duplication of work is minimised.

Safety Champions / Project Director's Forum: A forum for construction projects has been established within the G+. The aim is to: