G+ is the global health and safety organisation, bringing together the offshore wind industry to pursue shared goals and outcomes. It is run in partnership with the Energy Institute, which provides the secretariat and supports its work.
The G+ has three main work areas:
- Incident data reporting
- Good practice guidance
- Safe by Design workshops.
Tove Lunde sets out the mission ahead of the 6th G+ Stakeholder Forum
Tove Lunde, chair of the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation (run by the Energy Institute), sets out the mission ahead of the 6th Stakeholder Forum in Amsterdam on 12 February. How do we make the offshore wind sector safer as it continues its global growth? Transparent reporting and knowledge sharing are a big part of the answer.
6th G+ Stakeholder Day agenda released
The G+ will be holding their 6th annual Stakeholder Day on Wednesday 12 February in Amsterdam, to discuss health and safety challenges facing the sector, as well as the group's forward work programme. The agenda has been released for the day. Industry experts that are interesting in attending should contact email@example.com
Manual handling and ergonomics case study document published
The G+ is pleased to publish the "Case study on reducing manual handling and ergonomics related incidents in the offshore wind industry" document. This document provides support and practical examples to help reduce MH&E related incidents in the offshore wind industry.
Equinor safety head takes helm of offshore wind health & safety body
The G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation has announced Tove Lunde as its new Chair.