Ÿ applying precautions and required actions to minimise, control or eliminate identified hazards associated with hydrogen transportation

Ÿ communicating effectively with others in the workplace

Ÿ completing documentation relating to operating a hydrogen tube trailer

Ÿ completing post-delivery activities

Ÿ correctly positioning a tube trailer/tanker when loading and unloading

Ÿ discharging hydrogen to storage system

Ÿ identifying tube trailer/tanker and product compatibility

Ÿ identifying product correctly, and placarding tube trailer/tanker accordingly

Ÿ implementing contingency plans

Ÿ interpreting and following operational instructions and prioritising work

Ÿ loading hydrogen

Ÿ meeting customer requirements when delivering hydrogen to customer site

Ÿ modifying activities depending on operational contingencies, risk situations and environments

Ÿ monitoring and anticipating traffic hazards and taking appropriate action

Ÿ monitoring performance of tube trailer/tanker, its trailers and its equipment and taking appropriate action as required

Ÿ operating and adapting to differences in equipment in accordance with standard operating procedures

Ÿ preparing a route to maximise safety and efficiency, and to meet organisational route requirements

Ÿ reading and interpreting relevant instructions, procedures, information and signs

Ÿ safely unloading hydrogen at a customer site

Ÿ selecting and using required personal protective equipment, conforming to industry

Ÿ and work health and safety standards

Ÿ undertaking a pre-trip inspection of a tube trailer/tanker

Ÿ using eco-driving techniques when operating a tube trailer/tanker

Ÿ working systematically with required attention to detail without injury to self or others, or damage to goods or equipment


Ÿ compressed hydrogen storage on board in tanks based on type IV carbon-composite technology

Ÿ processes for transporting gaseous hydrogen by tube trailers

Ÿ process for transporting liquid hydrogen road tanker

Ÿ hydrogen storage pressures

Ÿ use of cryogenic conditions in insulated tanks

Ÿ potential for boil-off during transportation

Ÿ hydrogen embrittlement caused by the interaction of hydrogen atoms with the crystal lattices within steel

Ÿ factors causing of tube trailer/tanker accidents and incidents

Ÿ effects of weight distribution on load behaviour and vehicle stability

Ÿ efficient driving techniques and eco-driving considerations

Ÿ factors involved in trip preparation

Ÿ factors that may cause traffic delays and diversions, and related action that can be taken

Ÿ fatigue management strategies

Ÿ how to select and use required personal protective equipment, conforming to industry and work health and safety standards

Ÿ procedures to be followed in a driving emergency and response to an emergency using a company transport emergency response plan

Ÿ properties of hydrogen

Ÿ relevant dangerous goods (DG) information for using tube trailer/tankers

Ÿ relevant legislation and industry workplace procedures for transporting hydrogen

Ÿ relevant organisational requirements including policies and procedures

Ÿ relevant state/territory roads and traffic authority road rules, regulations, permit and licence requirements

Ÿ relevant health and safety and environmental procedures and regulations relating to fuel tanker operations

Ÿ techniques and procedures for loading and unloading a tube trailer/tanker safely

Ÿ techniques for safe delivery of hydrogen to a customer site

Ÿ techniques to continually identify and mitigate environmental risks

Ÿ workplace documentation

Ÿ workplace driving and operational instructions

Ÿ working at heights procedures for tube trailer/tanker drivers