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11 September 2023
Next week sees the start of the tenth International Conference
on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2023) which will be held in Québec City,
Canada, under the auspices of the International Association for
Hydrogen Safety (HySafe).
06 September 2023
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM
2015) set out legal requirements...
HSE is one of eight consortium partners set to work on ELVHYS, a new project that aims to increase the safety of handling liquid and cryogenic hydrogen in operations such as tube trailer transfers, port bunkering and transport refuelling.
Chris Austin from HSE, Great Britain's health and safety regulator, talks about the challenges, considerations and solutions in relation to workplace stress.
Today HSE launches a new qualification that it has developed in
collaboration with NEBOSH to help employers take action on
preventing the biggest cause of occupational ill-health in the UK:
HSE launches new hydrogen safety training course to help
industry achieve a safe net zero
22nd September 2022
HSE has today launched a new training course helping those
working to realise hydrogen's potential as a low carbon...
The workshop, to be held at HSE's Science and Research Centre in Buxton, will provide a forum for discussing challenges and identifying opportunities for shared research to address them. The basis on which this research can be undertaken will be a key outcome of the meeting.
23rd November 2021
For over 20 years HSE has been researching the safety of
both gaseous and liquid hydrogen and through our Research and
Consultancy services, we advise government and industry on how to
manage hydrogen risk safely.
HSE, through its Research and Consultancy services, will join the PLA and other partners including OS Energy, University of Strathclyde, University of Kent, ORE Catapult, University of Birmingham and Newcastle Marine Services, in a two year project comprising of six work packages covering aspects such as researching energy diversity, trialling hydrogen power generation for vessels based at the PLA's Denton Wharf, establishing the business case for back hauling hydrogen into central London, optimising ship design and understanding health & safety requirements.
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