*VIRTUAL* – Hydrogen Safety Master Class Training Overview

Online Hydrogen Safety Master Class Training Course

Perhaps you are making an investment in hydrogen or will be responsible for this gas on your site as an operator. Or you may be interested to know more about hydrogen hazards as a user of this gas in industrial or domestic settings.

This short course will clarify the risks of hydrogen and how these can be mitigated with reliable technological solutions and best operating practices. You will have the chance to ask questions or raise concerns that you might have about hydrogen safety in a friendly environment.
As preparation for this course, participants might also be interested to join the “Hydrogen safety
essentials” course.


• Risk, hazard, and incident frequency: definitions and real-life mitigation to reduce risk
• Controlling the risks associated with hydrogen
• Safety issues and precautions taken with hydrogen and hydrogen derivatives production (Blue hydrogen and CCS, turquoise hydrogen, ammonia, and methanol)
• •Safety issues and precautions taken with hydrogen utilisation
• •Safety issues and precautions taken related to high volume gaseous hydrogen storage,
transmission, and distribution (Hydrogen pipelines and underground hydrogen storage)
This course includes:
• An engaging virtual training session lasting approximately four hours
• Interactive format with dedicated Q&A sections with the expert trainer
• Exercises to cement understanding of the key concepts introduced in the course

Meet the trainer

Stephen B. Harrison is the founder and managing director at sbh4 GmbH in Germany. His work focuses on decarbonisation and hydrogen is a fundamental pillar of his consulting practice. Stephen’s hands-on hydrogen expertise extends to the full length of the value chain from production, purification, distribution, and storage through to utilisation. With a background in industrial gases, including 27 years at BOC Gases, The BOC Group and Linde Gas, Stephen has intimate knowledge of hydrogen from commercial, technical, operational and safety perspectives. Stephen served 14 years as a global business leader in these FTSE100 and DAX30 companies and had the opportunity to interact with people, businesses, and operations around the world. As a member of the H2 View and gasworld editorial advisory boards, Stephen advises the direction of editorial content for these two leading international publications. His writing often covers sustainable hydrogen production technologies.

Duration: 1 Day

Cost: £750 + Vat