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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.
Introduction to Hydrogen Fundamentals 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. The course includes several exams, and the final certificate serves as documentation of course completion.
Duration of the training: 120 mins
Login access duration: 30 days
Learning mode: Self-paced
Upon successful completion of this E-learning module, you will have a clear understanding of the following:
The course employs a variety of training tools such as content-embedded assessment, and other interactive exercises to enhance the learning experience. Easily accessible via your preferred choice of device, the course allows you to log in and learn whenever, wherever.
The cumulative duration of the programme is 120 minutes, after which you will receive an e-certificate with a unique ID.
This course is specially designed for:
Designing the content course and structure are domain experts from TÜV SÜD.
With immense experience and knowledge in the relevant emerging technologies, our team of technical experts at TÜV SÜD developed the course content based on current business landscape and market requirements.
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