Wind Turbines in a field of sunflowers are maintained and repaired by graduates on Northeastern's Wind Technology program.
Area of Study

Wind and Industrial Technology

Industrial Safety

TOTAL CREDITS
5
CIP:
150499
BANNER:
WIE3
Certificate

This certificate is designed to provide students the necessary skills to safely work in an industrial environment including working at height on wind turbines. Students will also learn what to do if an emergency occurs at the work place.

Program Requirements

Total Credits 5
Course Number Course Title Credits Details
EIC101EIC1101
Job Training and Safety 3

Studies first aid, CDL, basic use and care of personal protective equipment, use and care of climbing equipment, daily inspection and basic use of motorized equipment. (Contact hours-67.5) (1-3.5)

MIL101MIL1001
Lifting Devices 1

Introduces the student to the types of rigging/lifting devices used in industry. Skills include the correct use of slings and common rigging hardware, including safe loading practices and the use of ANSI hand signals. Prerequisite: EIC1101 (EIC101) (“C” or better). (Contact hours-22.5) (0.5-1)

HWE103HWE1001
Community First Aid and CPR 1

Prepares the student for certification in CPR and Basic First Aid. Skills will include basic life support, airway obstruction, control of bleeding, shock, and patient care for the unconscious. (Contact hours-15) (1-0)