Stuart hawksworth

Safe Net Zero & Implications for Occupational Safety

Stuart hawksworth has worked in the area of Industrial Safety for 28 years, fulfilling a number of technical and oversight roles at the Health and Safety Executive in the UK. These include creating and managing the Centre for Energy and Major Hazards, made up of 70 expert scientist and engineers working in the area of risk management, fire, explosion and process safety.
He is also the President of International Association for Hydrogen Safety (IA HySafe), a member of the European Hydrogen Safety Panel of the FCH JU (Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking) and a Visiting Professor at the University of Ulster Faculty of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment. In his current role he has oversight for a programme of energy safety projects covering applications in power, heat and transport funded by the European Commission, UK Government and Industry.
Currently, he oversees an energy security program funded by the European Commission, the UK government and industry covering applications in electricity, heat and transport.
His presentation will cover the challenges of the changing energy system, including:
- The growth of applications employing battery and hydrogen technologies,
- The shift to new approaches to storing and transporting energy at scale using Batteries, Compressed and Liquid Hydrogen, Ammonia and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers
- The scale and pace of change needed to achieve Safe Net Zero 2050
- How to address the impact of the above on the workforce of tomorrow

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