Offshore Wind Energy MBA

Operational Safety Risk Management is the integrated approach to identifying and managing safety risk in the operational environment and defining and implementing changes that can affect rail system safety, while ensuring safety risks arising from human factors are minimised.

The Offshore Wind-Industry is a new emerging and fast developing industry. Due to the dimension of the machinery (Windturbine) itself, and the also challenging conditions of the Offshore environment, the technicians working in such an environment are facing special risks that needs to be addressed properly to ensure that they come home safely without any harm.

From the regulatory perspective the offshore wind sector is widely seen as a grey area, and only some general guidelines, even diverse by country, are in place. So, it becomes highly important for each company working for this emerging industry and working across countries to make themselves comfortable with the requirements and to define the rules based on the principles of operational risk and safety management, to be legally compliant and to ensure workers health and safety. Due to the extraordinary financial impact of any delays caused by rule breaking and accidents, good health and safety becomes a major contributor for the success of each Offshore Wind project, during installation and service.

Uddannelsen udbydes i samarbejde mellem Erhvervsakademi SydVest (Smart Academy), Hochschule Bremerhaven samt partnere i Nordsø-samarbejdet Inn2POWER.