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Description Of E Amp T Coordination

UU proposes the lead coordination of the following databases (HyDBase) which need to be implemented and/or maintained as well as cross-coordinated:

  • Database of Hydrogen organisations (working in the Hydrogen economy) – HyDBase-Org
  • Database of Hydrogen experts and lecturers against contribution areas/specialty subjects - HyDBase-Xpert
  • Database of Hydrogen Safety teaching materials (and against copyright holder(s)) - HyDBase-TM
  • Database of Hydrogen Safety publications - HyDBase-Pub
  • Database of Hydrogen Alumni (qualified students having received formal higher education in Hydrogen) - HyDBase-Eng
  • Database of Hydrogen Safety related courses - HyDBase-EDuT
  • Database of Hydrogen related jobs - HyDBase-Jobs
  • Database of Hydrogen Safety related research by PhD researchers against research topics - HyDBase-Res – the students could also present “Work-in-Progress” at internal hydrogen conferences

All the above should be coordinated by same organisation so to ensure complete responsibility as well as fast and accurate updates and full interlinking of databases. It should be possible for complex searches to be made so that with “all, or some, key words” a selection of those qualifying organisations/data with required contact information – e-mail addresses, post addresses, named contacts etc. can be imported in to mailshots or lists for the user (using standard MS Windows or Office programs).

UU proposes the lead coordination of all Hydrogen Safety Education and Training Courses:

  • Listing of all Secondary, Further and Higher Education organisations and hydrogen related courses, (including short courses) and the promotion of hydrogen awareness and safety to these organisations
  • Further all further and higher education courses should be evaluated and validated against an accepted and agreed standard and in compliance to the International Curriculum on Hydrogen Safety Engineering.
  • All other industry based and/or short courses should also need to be properly validated and suggest awarding a type of European Hydrogen Safety “Kite Mark” so as to maintain a consistent (high) standard across the industry.

Delivery of training courses at Hydrogen related Conferences, especially at the International Conference on Hydrogen Safety.

Development and production of the Hydrogen Safety Education & Training Newsletter (HySETNews?), published 2-3 times a year.

Development and production of the Journal of Hydrogen Safety, published 2 times a year with a strong editorial panel of the best available/recognised and reviewers.

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