Processus IndustrielsAéronautiqueSpatialDéfense ATM / ATCFerroviaire et TransportNucléaire



Certification & Safety DO178, DO254, ARP4754A, ARP4761
Safety & Reliability Analysis: ARP4754A ED-79 et ARP4761 ED-135
RTCA DO 254 ED-80
RTCA DO 178C ED-12C, DO248C ED-94C
RTCA DO 330 ED-215
RTCA DO 297 ED-124: Integrated Modular Avionics
Certification aviation générale CS-23
Certification des aéronefs CS-25
Certification avion – performances et qualité de vol CS-25 subpart B Flight
CS-25: Conception cabine / Sécurité
Certification des hélicoptères CS-27
Certification des hélicoptères CS-29
(E)TSO (European) Technical Standard Order
CVE: Compliance Verification Engineer
Mise à niveau EASA Part 21J (DOA) 2019
Règlementation EASA Part 21 J (DOA)
Règlementation EASA Part 21 G (POA)
Règlementation EASA Part M
Règlementation EASA Part 145
Règlementation EASA Part 147-66
Législation EASA Règlement 965/2014 AIR OPS
Certification des Drones (UAV)
Certification des ballons à gaz et ballons captifs: CS-31 GB et TGB
Certification des dirigeables (Airship) CS-30 N / CS-30T TAR /HCC
LTAs: Lighter Than Air – Plus Légers que l’Air
Risques ATEX Niveau 1 E/M
Risques ATEX Niveau 2 – Personnes autorisées


Cyber-sécurité et sécurité pour les systèmes mobiles
Etudes de fiabilité équipements SEU – MBU
ETOPS (Approche Safety)
Sûreté de Fonctionnement (RAMS/FMDS) et ARP 4761 ED-135
Soutien Logistique Intégré (SLI)
Approche Facteurs Humains (EASA)
Méthode SORA
Dossiers de sécurité opérateurs: Safety Management System
Les fondamentaux de la fabrication additive


Context, Regulation and Risk Management



Used by the end of the 18th century for its lightness in the lift (airships and other balloons), hydrogen is a chemical energy carrier, that can be used for propulsion in transport.

It combines easily with oxygen in the air to transform into water with a high emission of energy.

Hydrogen can be used to power vehicles thanks to two major technologies.

Hydrogen can power specific thermal engines or produce electricity in fuel cells suitable for electric vehicles.

The objective of this training is to know the specific features related to hydrogen usage, to assess the hydrogen risk and to know risk management measures.



This training concerned engineers or technicians participating in an industrial valorization project or an R&D program, but also design and safety engineers, and maintenance staff.

A basic knowledge of Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, and Safety engineering is useful for this training.



These objectives will be implemented according to the prerequisite collected by questionnaire and sent to participants:

  • Understand hydrogen context, practices concerning Hydrogen production, storage and regulation

  • Know hydrogen operation during operation phase, applied to transport technologies

  • Know hydrogen risk specificities, basic knowledge of hydrogen risk assess tools, and risk management measures on existing application



H2 Production

Chemical features

Water Electolysis

Hydrocarbon reforming


Tomorrow production mode


H2 Storage


Storage type : cryogenic, solid

Storage embeded


Protective equipments

Aggravating factors (containment, inertia)


H2 Application

Transports : automotive, ship , bus

Technologies : fuel cells, thermal engines


Regulation context

European and/or French regulation on storage, hydrogen used as energy vector

Hydrogen normalization related to (ISO TC 197)
Fuel cells normalization related to (IEC TC 105)



Leak typology

Flammibility, explosion

Contamination source

Prevention means



Risk Analysis

Design: transport, material, valve

Training staff