Safe Working In Water (SWIW)

For whom?

For the attention of companies, institutions, local authorities and industries subject to the obligation to prevent aquatic risks, and whose personnel working in or near an aquatic environment (lakes, dams, canals, waterways, locks, etc.) may fall into water.

Objectives

Train personnel in the dangers and safety rules specific to the aquatic environment during their professional activity in the immediate vicinity of a watercourse or on a structure (dam, bridge), in the use of aquatic PPE (lifejacket) and in basic whitewater rescue techniques, in order to prevent the risk of drowning in the event of a fall into water

Duration

  • 2 days
  • 12 hours of training
  • Alternating theoretical and practical
    and practical courses

Prerequisite

  • Be 18 years old.
  • Be able to swim.

All information in our data sheet

Training calendar

No training courses currently scheduled

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