Hydrogen Safety Assurance

This course introduces the practical tools and techniques to allow Hydrogen equipment and facility designers and developers to build a robust yet pragmatic safety assurance framework and apply this to ensure and demonstrate that they are reducing risk to ALARP.

It examines how tried and tested approaches can be adapted to suit the specific characteristics and challenges of hydrogen as an energy vector by highlighting both commonalities and differences between hydrogen and well-understood hydrocarbons

At the end of the course you will be able to:

  1. Have an understanding of the hydrogen hazard, its specific characteristics and challenges.
  2. Understand how established risk assessment tools and techniques can be applied to hydrogen schemes, with appreciation of the limitation of these techniques.
  3. Define the purpose and benefits of the formal demonstration that risks are managed to ALARP, and understand how this can be best achieved.

Outline

  • Introduction to Hydrogen
  • Risk management for Hydrogen
  • Qualitative risk assessment for Hydrogen
  • Quantitative risk assessment for Hydrogen
  • Safety Management Planning

Who should attend?

Managers, engineers, operators, HSE advisors and risk management practitioners involved in Hydrogen energy projects.

What prior study is recommended?

Education, skills or experience equivalent to undergraduate level.

Craig Fernie

Principal Consultant, MSc, Beng(Hons), IchemE, TÜV Certified HAZOP Leader, SALF

Craig is a chemical engineer with over a decade of experience working on a range of large, complex risk assessment and management projects for clients such as Shell, Saudi Aramco, ADNOC, OMV and BGC. Craig’s key areas of experience include the facilitation of HAZOP, LOPA, HAZID and Bowtie workshops and quantitative studies for both offshore and onshore oil and gas facilities, including Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRA), Fire and Explosion Risk Assessments (FERA), Escape and Evacuation Risk Assessments (EERA), Emergency Systems Survivability Assessments (ESSA), and Ship Collision and Dropped Loads risk assessments . Craig has also developed onshore and offshore safety (HSSE) cases according to appropriate regulatory and corporate requirements, along with supporting documents.

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