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21st October 2021
HSE's knowledge and expertise in the safe use of gaseous
and liquid hydrogen is helping the Aerospace Technology Institute
(ATI) assess the risks and safety implications of using hydrogen as
part of its FlyZero programme.
There's just under a month to go to the on-line International
Conference for Hydrogen Safety (ICHS2021), the leading technical
event for hydrogen safety research and development, hosted by the
International Association for Hydrogen Safety (HySafe)...
28th May 2021
HSE has commissioned new facilities for the abuse
testing of lithium ion batteries at its Science and Research Centre
in Buxton, Derbyshire.
With dedicated high-speed photography and thermal camera
HSE is a scientific and evidence based organisation that employs
more than 850 science and engineering experts.
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scientific and engineering work we have delivered and illustrates
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will conduct an
independent review into the safety management of a pioneering
project, announced this week, that aims to understand how existing
gas transmission assets could be used to transport...
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is delighted to
announce its involvement in a ground-breaking project to create a
new circular end-of-life supply chain for the electric vehicle
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS), the chartered society for
worker health protection, has celebrated and recognised the
exceptional work of its members at a virtual award ceremony that
took place on 28th June.
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) principal scientist Dr. Jackie
Morton has received The Royal Society of Chemistry Exceptional
Dr Morton, based at HSE's Science and Research Centre in Buxton,
is part of a biological monitoring...
The UK's first live hydrogen fuel trial, designed to help reduce
UK CO2 emissions and reach the Government's net zero target for
2050, is yielding positive results and shedding first light on
HyDeploy is a
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