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The prevalence of hydrogen and its application in fuel cells is constantly increasing. Anyone who works with systems that use hydrogen must be aware of the potential hazards involved and the protective measures they may need to take. The institution for statutory accident insurance and prevention requires that employers make their employees aware of the hazards involved in handling hydrogen. This applies to all employees, not just to mechanics in workshops, but also to cleaning staff or office workers who could potentially come into contact with systems or vehicles that use hydrogen.
Sensitisation to Hydrogen E-learning Course
Our practical, web-based self-study program ensures that employees are appropriately trained. Employees will subsequently be aware of the hazards posed by hydrogen and learn how to perform first aid in the event of an emergency.
Topics to be covered in this course include:
The course employs a variety of training tools such as digital learning, tests, and other interactive exercises to enhance delivery of theoretical knowledge. The course includes several exams, and the final certificate serves as documentation of course completion. Easily accessible via your laptop, tablet and mobile phone, the course gives you the opportunity to log in and learn whenever, wherever.
The cumulative duration of the programme is 180 minutes, after which you will be required to pass a 30 minutes quiz to receive your internationally recognised e-certificate with a unique ID.
This course is specially designed for:
The course structure and content are developed by experts from TÜV SÜD’s Digital Academy Approval Board. Consisting of product specialists and technical experts, they have been working with organisations around the world to achieve business excellence.
This assures you that the course has been created with meticulous instruction, introducing you to diverse perspectives and best practices in the relevant standards.
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