Safety & Training 2018-06-04T14:49:36+00:00

On behalf of the Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI),

a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making ammonia the safest managed hazardous material in the world’,

Multigas Detection invites you to attend

Ammonia Safety Training Days

Calgary Area

Scott Seaman Sports Arena

Friday, 15 June 2018 and Saturday, 16 June 2018

32156 Highway 552 East, De Winton, AB

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Click here to register for DAY 1 ($50 – tx incl.)

Click here to register for DAY 2 ($50 – tx incl.)

 

Edmonton Area

Elks Hall

Monday, 18 June 2018 and Tuesday, 19 June 2018

400 Diamond Avenue, Spruce Grove, AB

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Click here to register for DAY 1 ($50 – tx incl.)

Click here to register for DAY 2 ($50 – tx incl.)

 

(To view all four events, click here.)

 

DAY 1 is intended for anyone and everyone – those who live near, work with, or respond to ammonia or other hazardous chemicals.

This in-class, conference style presentation will cover the following topics:

  •   Strengthen the Tripod: Industry, government, and public safety
  •   Value of prevention, protection, and preparedness
  •   Understand hazards, mitigate risks, and prepare for threats
  •   High points of risk management and process safety
  •   Evacuation, decontamination, and medical care
  •   Valve and pipeline problems that lead to emergency events
  •   Engaging emergency shutdown procedures
  •   Plant command and control plan
  •   Integrating Industrial response with public safety command
  •   Readiness to engage the hazmat tech team
  •   Terminating command, initiating recovery, and restart

DAY 2 is intended for anyone and everyone – those who live near, work with, or respond to ammonia or other hazardous chemicals and in particular EMERGENCY RESPONDERS.

This day will be spent learning the following:

  •   Life safety and set control zones
  •   Conditions – Actions – Needs (C.A.N.) size-up report
  •   Value and use of chemical protective clothing and equipment
  •   Challenges of rapid entry rescue
  •   Emergency shutdown procedures
  •   Evaluate hazards, risks, and threats
  •   Working with valves and pressure vessels
  •   Tarp and cover containment
  •   Ventilation fan – decontamination and vapour dispersion

For a copy of this invitation, click here!