An Essential Guide to Hydrogen Safety
The course aims to enable companies to make informed health and safety related decisions and plans based on the real opportunities that are emerging as the global hydrogen economy develops.
Key Learning Objective
- Identify practical risks associated with the use of Hydrogen
- Determine the scale of risk depending on the application and quantity of Hydrogen
- Examine previous major accidents involving hydrogen and lessons learned
- Understand the risk control, mitigation and elimination strategies and techniques for the production and use of hydrogen
- Examine the practical approaches to Risk Management
About the Course
The hydrogen economy is expected to grow exponentially across the globe in the coming years. For example, the UK recently set a target to produce five gigawatts of hydrogen by 2030, representing a 40-fold increase from the current situation. This ambition is replicated across the globe where hydrogen strategies are appearing on a weekly basis. The journey to a hydrogen economy will be challenging and the very top priority will be that it is implemented and delivered safely. This course details how global leaders can do just that. Developers require their people and supply chain to possess the necessary skills and competencies to deliver hydrogen projects safely, on time and with the highest quality standards.
The course aims to enable companies to make informed health and safety related decisions and plans based on the real opportunities that are emerging as the global hydrogen economy develops. Delegates will be guided as to where early opportunities are most likely to lie, who is involved and how to engage on their top priority with them.
Who Will Benefit
- Existing energy companies particularly those who are already part of the oil and gas supply chain and those looking to future proof their capabilities
- Particularly relevant to engineering companies, those involved in storage compression equipment and shipping
- Those companies seeking to enter the energy arena with its myriad opportunities in a market valued by the Bank of America at 11 trillion dollars.