Hydrogen Safety - HyResponse

Deliverables

List of deliverables accessible to the public


Deliverable number Deliverable title Lead partner Documents
D1.1 HyResponse's homepage publicly available UU
D2.1 Description of selected FCH systems and infrastructure, relevant safety features and concepts AL
D2.2 Detailed scenarios of typical accident for selected FCH systems and infrastructure HELION/AREVA
D2.3 Operational emergency response strategies and tactic ENSOSP
D3.1 International Curriculum on hydrogen safety training for First Responders UU
D3.3 Final form of educational materials: basics of hydrogen safety for First Responders UU
D3.5 Final form of educational materials: regulations, codes and standards for First Responders CCS
D3.7 Final form of educational materials: intervention strategies and tactic for First Responders HELION/AREVA
D4.1 Elaboration of multi-level operational training exercises ENSOSP
D4.2 Design and technical specifications of the operational hydrogen training facility HELION/AREVA
D4.3 Manufacturing, installation and commissioning of the operational hydrogen training facility HELION/AREVA
Deliverable (M40)
D5.1 Hydrogen safety virtual reality training tool CRISE
D5.2 Virtual reality educational exercises ENSOSP
D5.3 Hydrogen phenomena input for virtual training scenarios UU
D6.2 Feedback from trainees on technical and organisational aspects of the training sessions ENSOSP To be available soon
D6.3 European Emergency Response Guide ENSOSP To be available soon
D7.1 HyResponse web-site UU
D7.2 RCS recommendations for international standardisation bodies CCS
D7.3 Recommendations on future research topics UU
D7.4 Workshop on Hydrogen Safety for First Responders FAST To be available soon
D7.5 Feedback on the Workshop on Hydrogen Safety for First Responders FAST To be available soon



 
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HyResponse project is a Coordination and Support Action funded by Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking and supported by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. Project reference: 325348.