CHS | Center for Hydrogen Safety

Americas Conference 2024 - Training Day

Join us for an enriching training day on May 20, 2024, presented by the Center for Hydrogen Safety, complementing the upcoming Americas conference. Discover the essential safety skills needed to further your hydrogen career. This event offers three courses designed to empower you with practical knowledge:

1.    Gaseous Hydrogen: Safety Considerations (2 hours - 8:30am to 10:30am): Learn about the unique properties of hydrogen, along with its hazards and crucial safety considerations. Acquire safety and design strategies that can be immediately applied to real-world scenarios.

Course credits: Earn 2 PDHs or 0.2 CEUs.

2.    Vent System Design (2 hours - 11:00am to 1:00pm): Explore vital design considerations for hydrogen vent systems during this insightful session.

Course credits: Earn 2 PDHs or 0.2 CEUs.

3.    NFPA 2 Hydrogen Technologies Code Training (4 hours - 2:00pm to 6:00pm): Are you ready to elevate your expertise in the NFPA 2 Hydrogen Technologies Code? Look no further! Our NFPA 2 training program is designed to empower professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in applying this code.

Course credits: Earn 4 PDHs or 0.4 CEUs.

Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and stay ahead in the rapidly evolving field of hydrogen technology. Your expertise matters, and we're here to help you thrive. 


Hydrogen Incident Recovery Guide

This document applies to the recovery phase of a typical emergency management framework that includes planning, response, mitigation, and recovery. It provides practical guidance with a checklist to help an organization recover from a hydrogen incident and return to normal operations after the event scene has been stabilized and returned to the organization by the incident commander. It does not include activities related to the immediate emergency response and initial investigations performed by other entities. Depending on the severity of the incident, this guidance can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the organization.


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Hydrogen Safety Education

As the number of producers and end-users of hydrogen grows, the Center for Hydrogen Safety is committed to providing resources to educate them on the safe handling of this critical energy carrier. The Center has created eLearning courses specific to hydrogen safety, webinars on pertinent topics, and leveraged AIChE's deep portfolio of process safety resources to meet that commitment.

CHS First Responders Micro Training Learning Plan

Increasing availability and adoption of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) presents new safety challenges for First Responders (FR). The Center for Hydrogen Safety (CHS) in collaboration with AIChE has developed a microtraining learning plan as part of the Hydrogen Safety for First Responders training. This 4-part multimedia course aims to better inform incident responders and support the safe handling and use of hydrogen in a variety of fuel cell applications.

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