Advanced Process Safety Considerations for Hydrogen Projects
Online | In-company
This course provides a detailed look at hydrogen and the hazards associated with it. You will get a detailed understanding of the unique properties of hydrogen, how it differs from more common flammable gases such as natural gas and the different hazards presented by it and its carriers. The course will also provide awareness of control and mitigation measures that can be used to reduce the risk in a variety of hydrogen applications.
Given the detailed nature of the course, it is well suited to process safety engineers, process engineers, HSE professionals, project engineers, plant managers and others involved in the design, operation, modification or maintenance of hydrogen handling equipment and processes.
By the end of the course, you will:
- understand the unique properties of hydrogen, and how it differs from more common flammable gases such as natural gas
- recognise the different hazards presented by hydrogen and its carriers
- have developed an understanding of the hazards and risks associated with the use of hydrogen within the context of a new project design
- be aware of control and mitigation measures that can be used to reduce the risk in a variety of hydrogen applications.
Who will benefit
- Process safety engineers
- Process engineers
- HSE professionals
- Project engineers
- Plant managers
- Others designed in the design, operation, modification or maintenance of hydrogen handling equipment and processes
- Review of process safety incidents involving hydrogen and the learnings that have been derived from past accidents
- Physical and hazardous properties of hydrogen, including the latest knowledge from research programmes
- Safety challenges associated with common uses of hydrogen in new energy applications
- Hazards presented by hydrogen, ammonia and other energy vectors across the hydrogen value chain
- Awareness of the life cycle of process safety, from concept development to project execution, including an overview of the types of study that should be considered
- Basics of fire and explosion science – the relevant physical properties, the causes of fires and explosions, and their consequences
- Risk assessments for each type of hydrogen application and common hazards/control measures
- Common pitfalls of hydrogen risk assessments
- An overview of some international regulations, and the regulatory expectations
Online courses consist of three live and interactive modules with the trainer on the dates indicated.
From 22 May 2023
- Module 1 – 22 May 2023, 09:30–12:30 BST
- Module 2 – 24 May 2023, 09:30–12:30 BST
- Module 3 – 26 May 2023, 09:30–12:30 BST
From 17 August 2023
- Module 1 – 17 August 2023, 09:30–12:30 AWST/MYT / 11:30–14:30 AEST / 13:30–16:30 NZST
- Module 2 – 22 August 2023, 09:30–12:30 AWST/MYT / 11:30–14:30 AEST / 13:30–16:30 NZST
- Module 3 – 24 August 2023, 09:30–12:30 AWST/MYT / 11:30–14:30 AEST / 13:30–16:30 NZST
Live sessions are delivered via Microsoft Teams. If you don't already have this installed, you can join as a guest in order to access the training.
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How to register
Select your preferred course from the list of upcoming start dates and go to the 'Book course' button at the bottom of this page.
More than one person to train?
Discounts are available to companies booking more than one place. Bookings must be made at the same time to receive the discount.
- 2 places – 10% discount
- 3 places –15% discount
- 4 or more places – 20% discount
This course can be delivered to corporate teams, either on-site or online. This could be a cost-effective option if you have several people requiring the training. Content can be tailored to your specific requirements. Request a quotation.
An e-certificate will be issued at the end of the course to confirm attendance and CPD hours logged. Please note that you must attend all modules to receive the certificate.
CPD hours should be used as an approximate guide and will vary depending on the preferred approach of the delegate and to what extent additional learning is completed.
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