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We are able to deliver service wherever your turbines are in North America.

Quality Policy

Complete Wind Corporation’s commitment to quality is based on understanding our customers’ needs and striving to exceed their expectations.

Every employee in our company is responsible for quality and is encouraged to contribute their ideas for continuously improving our processes and procedures.  Employee involvement through team building is at the very core of our company’s success.

Documented procedures and designated inspection check points ensure that “quality” is consistently built into our products. Statistical reference is maintained to ensure that we focus our efforts effectively and to provide us with a method to measure our success.

Repair Procedures

Repair procedures are often supplied by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).  If that is the case, Complete Wind Corporation's (CWC) technicians, follow those procedures to repair blades.

If the OEM will not / cannot provide the necessary repair procedures, CWC has on staff engineers that will author a repair procedure.

In all cases, the materials used for repairs are of equal or better quality than original.

Reporting

Complete Wind Corporation (CWC), provides comprehensive reports at the completion of each project, as well as updates throughout the project as requested.

A hard copy colour report (unless requested otherwise) as well as a soft copy are provided to our customers.  

Health and safety policy statement

Complete Wind Corporation’s Health and Safety Policy is a commitment towards the well-being and safety of our employees and the protection of our physical assets.  It provides a basis for working towards our ultimate goal; the elimination of work related injuries, ill health and property damage. Complete Wind Corporation, as an employer, is ultimately responsible for employee Health and Safety.

In fulfilling this commitment, we will provide a safe and healthy work environment as indicated by acceptable industry practices and compliance with legislative requirements.  We will strive to eliminate any foreseeable hazards, that may result in fires, security losses, damage to property, personal injuries, and personal illness.

Every employee will be held accountable and must protect his or her own health and safety by working in compliance with the law and with safe work practices and procedures established by Complete Wind Corporation and carried out by its management. Employees receive adequate training in specific work tasks in order to protect their Health and Safety and the Corporation’s assets.

The Occupational Health and Safety Act depends on the participation of both employees and employers to translate its principles into action.  The joint participation of employees and employers with equal powers to act on Health and Safety matters is known as the Internal Responsibility System and this system is adopted in this program.  The Internal Responsibility system is based on the concept that employees and management should resolve health and safety matters internally.

MINIMUM SAFETY TRAINING
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems (WHMIS)
OSHA 10 hour training
Basic First Aid and CPR
Confined Space Training
Fall Arrest / Self Rescue
Site Safety Procedures
Job Health and Safety Analysis (JHSA)
Complete Wind Corporation's H&S Policies and Procedures

INSURED
Complete Wind Corporation holds a $2,000,000.00 General Liability Policy with a $4,000,000.00 rider. Employees are covered under Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) in Canada and the Worker's Compensation Board (WCB) in the US.  Certificates will be provided upon request.

Memberships, credentials

AWEA is a national trade association representing wind power project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry - one of the world's fastest growing energy industries. In addition, AWEA represents hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world.

TWIC
Complete Wind service technicians & inspectors hold valid TWIC's.

WHAT IS TWIC?
A Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) is a biometric credential that ensures only vetted workers are eligible to gain unescorted access to secure areas of a Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA)-regulated port or vessel.

WHO MUST GET A TWIC CARD?
Coast Guard-credentialed merchant mariners, port facility employees, long shore workers, truck drivers, and others requiring unescorted access to secure areas of maritime facilities and vessels regulated by the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA).

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
Many of the blades produced today are transported to North America from overseas.  Many OEM's or O&M's have adopted the process of having blades inspected as they arrive at the dock to ensure blades are received in as shipped condition.  Noted damage can be immediately addressed and cost accountability, clearly defined.  Only those in possesion of a valid TWIC card are allowed the unescorted access required to complete inspections.  

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