National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Emergency Response Training Resource

A properly trained first responder community is critical to the successful introduction of hydrogen fuel cell applications and their transformation in how we use energy. We envision that hydrogen and fuel cell-related first responder training will be delivered locally to serve missions to protect life and preserve property, utilizing this national emergency response training resource as a consistent source of accurate information and current knowledge. These training materials are adaptable to the specific needs of first responders and training organizations and are meant to complement the extensive training programs already in place. View the webinar and presentation slides about this resource.

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Training Slides

The training slides are divided into seven topical sections, each with an introductory slide summarizing the materials contained in that section. Example slides are illustrated below. The note pages format of the slides provides more details for the instructor to conduct the training. Instructors should share this information when presenting the slides.

Example 1: Basics

Example 2: Comparisons

Example 3: Response Considerations

For more information about using this resource, a video webinar is provided.


Training Guide

The training guide provides an "at-a-glance" summary of the training slides and is intended to assist the presenter in developing and organizing a presentation. These materials are adaptable for different presentation styles ranging from higher level overview formats to more comprehensive classroom curriculum. Three example uses of the slides are provided in the guide.

Feedback

We welcome and encourage feedback from presenters and audiences on the use of these training materials. Your experiences will help us ensure their continued value to emergency response personnel and training organizations. Please send us your comments and suggestions.

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