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"Hydrogen Safety for First Responders" training sessions available at Alternative Energy Technologies (AET) in Missoula, Montana or at your site.

October 17, 2008View for printing

The need for hydrogen as the clear solution to our energy conundrum is becoming more clear every day. We know that the foundation to this new energy future starts with education that is rooted in safe practices and principles.

Over the last two years, through funding from the Departments of Energy and Transportation, we have developed a hydrogen safety program that is now ready for presentation. Hydrogen Safety for First Responders is an eight-hour, awareness-level program that has been developed for delivery through the Hydrogen Safety Training Site at the University of Montana’s Alternative Energy Technologies (AET). Training sessions are available at AET in Missoula, Montana or at your site.

The program consists of two modules:

Module One – Introduction to Hydrogen and the Hydrogen Economy (1-4 hours)

Module Two—Hydrogen Safety for First Responders (4-8 hours –both modules)

We invite you to visit http://www.H2education.com or go directly to the HYDROGEN PROGRAMMING site for more information:

http://www.h2education.com/index.php ... ty.main.htm

Please let me know what questions you may have or if there are ways that we can help support your educational efforts and promote hydrogen safety.

Dr. R. Paul Williamson

University of Montana

Alternative Energy Technologies

1121 East Broadway, Suite 110

Missoula, MT 59802 (406) 532 3227


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