Ÿ correct selection, safe operation, cleaning and storing of relevant hydrogen industry materials, equipment, tools and measuring devices

Ÿ environmental and sustainable energy principles and practices, including techniques to minimise waste

Ÿ hazards in the workplace

Ÿ hazardous substances and examples from each classification category to include: toxic, harmful, corrosive, irritant, oxidising, extremely flammable

Ÿ hydrogen production techniques

Ÿ hydrogen production from renewable sources—electrolysis, biofuels, photolysis

Ÿ dangers when working in confined spaces

Ÿ job specifications and job requirements

Ÿ quality and safety checks

Ÿ relevant hydrogen industry materials, plans, diagrams, drawings and resources, including graphs and tables

Ÿ hydrogen storage techniques

Ÿ relevant hydrogen industry regulations, codes and legislation

Ÿ relevant machines/plant/equipment

Ÿ relevant manufacturer instructions

Ÿ relevant person/s to consult to coordinate and finalise work

Ÿ relevant workplace policies and procedures

Ÿ relevant risk mitigation processes, including relevant PPE, safety plans and work schedules

Unit 3—Comply with environmental policies and procedures in the hydrogen industry

This competency standard includes complying with relevant legislations, standards, regulations and codes of practice and their application to relevant workplace tasks in the hydrogen industry and completing relevant work completion documentation.


Ÿ applying environmental control measure and workplace procedures

Ÿ applying relevant industry standards, guidelines, codes of practice and regulations

Ÿ applying relevant work health and safety requirements

Ÿ applying sustainable energy and environmental principles and practices

Ÿ completing work and relevant environmental documentation, reports, records and forms

Ÿ complying with environmental policies and procedures

Ÿ controlling and minimising the impact of an environmental incident

Ÿ dealing with non-routine events, accidents and emergencies in accordance with workplace procedures

Ÿ following environmental incident review procedures

Ÿ following workplace procedures

Ÿ identifying potential and actual environmental hazards and impacts

Ÿ identifying, interpreting and applying relevant environmental procedures

Ÿ making recommendations to prevent occurrence

Ÿ minimising waste and damage to the environment

Ÿ preparing to comply with environmental policies and procedures

Ÿ reviewing control measures

Ÿ selecting and using environmentally beneficial equipment and materials


Ÿ causes of environmental damage including chemicals, oil, water contamination, carcinogenic agents, gases, dusts, waste contamination and noise

Ÿ environmental compliance in a utilities industry work environment

Ÿ transport methods as compressed gas, as liquid or via ammonia or naphthenes

Ÿ hydrogen transportation by pipeline

Ÿ environmentally beneficial equipment and materials

Ÿ environmentally safe waste disposal

Ÿ relevant environmental legislation, regulations, standards, acts and codes of practice

Ÿ relevant manufacturer specifications

Ÿ relevant procedures to control and minimise the impact of an environmental incident

Ÿ relevant workplace documentation includes records, and incident reporting

Ÿ relevant workplace policies and procedures, including environment protection workplace procedures

Ÿ response to workplace environmental incidents

Ÿ role of regulatory bodies in monitoring environmental activities, risk and incident compliance