HySafe to hold safety workshop in Toronto

HySafe safety workshop San Francisco 2011
HySafe safety workshop San Francisco 2011

A workshop on safety basics will be held by HySafe in Toronto on Sunday, June 3rd in conjunction with the World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC). This will be the second time that HySafe organizes such an event together with a major conference; the first was in conjunction with the International Conference on Hydrogen Safety held in September 2011 in San Francisco (see photo).

The course is intended for students and all professionals who have to do with hydrogen in their work and would like to know more about safely handling it.

Please find details about program and registration here.

We look forward to meeting you in Toronto.

IA HySafe will sponsor 5 bursaries

IA HySafe will sponsor 5 bursaries at the upcoming 11th International Short Course and Advanced Research Workshop (ISCARW) in the series Progress in Hydrogen Safety on the topic “Hydrogen Technologies and Infrastructure” (http://hysafer.ulster.ac.uk/phs/forms/11thshortcourse.pdf), 16-20 May 2011, Belfast.

Bursaries will be allocated from the 16th of April (deadline for applications) on a first come first served basis.
Priority will be given to IA HySafe members (for membership procedure please visit http://www.hysafe.info/?page_id=49)

To apply for a bursary please forward a CV and title of a 10 minute presentation on your work-in-progress to Dr Sile Brennan (sl.brennan@ulster.ac.uk).

HySafe workshop in conjunction with ICHS 4 – Friday September 09 2011

IA HySafe organizes September 9th 2011 a workshop about Hydrogen Safety.
The workshop will be held in the Hotel Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco (California, USA) (http://www.fishermanswharf.hyatt.com)
This workshop is addressed to students and engineers who want to learn more about:
• General safety aspects
• Hydrogen properties
• Explosions
• Diffusion and embrittlement
• Regulations and standards concerning Hydrogen
• Practical applications (How to build a safe laboratory; How to build a safe filling station)
• Practical experience (Common misconceptions, Accident histories)
The whole program will be published soon.