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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    Course Overview

    Hydrogen Safety


    The Hydrogen Safety course is intended to provide the student with a working knowledge of safety issues associated with the use of hydrogen. Using the aerospace industry standard, ‘Guide to Safety of Hydrogen and Hydrogen Systems’, AIAA G-095-2004, this course presents basic safety philosophy and principles and reviews a practical set of guidelines for safe hydrogen use. The information presented in this course is intended as a reference to hydrogen systems design and operations and handling practices; users are encouraged to assess their individual programs and develop additional requirements as needed.

    Key Topics:

    • Properties of hydrogen related to safety
    • Identify and evaluate hazards in a hydrogen system
    • Understand the methods for addressing hazards in hydrogen systems
    • Safe practices in design, materials selection, and operation of a hydrogen system
    • Proper responses to emergency situations involving hydrogen

    Who Should Attend:

    The Hydrogen Safety Course is intended for anyone involved with the design, use, operation, and maintenance of hydrogen systems. It is also appropriate for those involved with the production and transportation of hydrogen and with its uses in propellant and non-propellant applications.

    Course Information:

    Type of Course: Instructor-Led Short Course
    Course Level: Fundamentals/Intermediate/Advanced

    Course scheduling available in the following formats:

    • Course at Conference
    • On-site Course
    • Stand-alone/Public Course

    Course Length: 2 days
    AIAA CEU's available: yes