WHA specializes in custom-tailored, technical training for oxygen and hydrogen systems. We believe in teaching the “why” behind the “what,” empowering students to better understand the science behind the safety.
Our proven curriculum has been shaped by decades of experience in the field, operating systems, investigating fires, and testing and analyzing systems and components. Our course content is also based upon our work with international standards organizations, including ASTM, CGA, EIGA, NFPA, NASA, SAE, ISO, and others. We leverage our experience to serve industry, equipping:
WHA has built an exhaustive curriculum around oxygen safety. Now, you too can learn from the same subject matter experts who are actively writing oxygen standards around the globe. Simply put, there is no better training on oxygen safety found in industry.
An introduction to oxygen hazards and risk management model, increases safety awareness, communicates essential good practices used to reduce fire risk.
A deeper understanding of materials compatibility, ignition mechanisms, and good practices for operating or maintaining oxygen systems.
Advanced oxygen system design and analysis methods, including introduction of the Oxygen Fire Risk Analysis (OFRA) tool.
An in-depth opportunity to apply the Oxygen Fire Risk Analysis (OFRA) tool to systems and components through industry-specific case studies. May include special topics for expert understanding.
As the hydrogen economy grows, so do the risks. WHA's new hydrogen safety training features industry experts, unique case studies, and the latest data to help you understand this complex subject.
An introduction to hydrogen fire hazards, risk management philosophy, and essential good practices to reduce hydrogen fire risk.
A deeper understanding of hydrogen, materials compatibility, factors contributing to ignition, and good practices related to operations and maintenance.
Fundamental principles of hydrogen system design and analysis methods, including introduction of the Hydrogen Fire Risk Analysis (HFRA) tool.
Expert-level design and analysis topics you will need to become your company’s local expert on hydrogen system design and analysis methods.
Our course instructors are internationally-recognized industry-leading experts. We can effectively train personnel on all facets of oxygen and hydrogen safety, including hazards awareness, risk management, component and system design, materials selection, ignition and fire risk analysis, and good practices for system cleaning, inspection, assembly, operations and maintenance.
Our curriculum is based upon our work through international standards organizations, including ASTM, CGA, EIGA, NFPA, NASA, SAE, and ISO.
Chief Strategy Officer, Director of Technical Training
Chief Technical Officer
Mechanical & Failure Analysis Engineer
Chief Executive Officer,
Oxygen Safety & Forensic Engineer
Senior Oxygen Safety & Forensic Engineer
WHA offers four levels of training in different formats to meet the various technical training needs of your personnel. Each course level is stand-alone, meaning there are no prerequisites, and all course levels contain the full content of lower-level courses. Each format provides its own unique benefits according to your training needs. Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are available for most courses.