The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Engineering is offering three ammonia refrigeration courses in March and April. They are part of its professional certification course for process safety management.
“Introduction to Ammonia Refrigeration Systems” will be held March 2-4. This course establishes a foundational understanding of ammonia refrigeration systems, components and best practices. Register here.
“Engineering Calculations for PSM and RMP,” held March 30-April 1, will teach principles and practices of the various engineering calculations needed to help attendees document their industrial refrigeration systems to ensure regulatory compliance. Register here.
“Ammonia Refrigeration System Safety” will be held April 6-8. Experts from the U.S. Department of Labor and Environmental Protection Agency will help ensure attendees have a thorough understanding of regulations related to ammonia refrigeration systems. Attendees also will learn best practices for ammonia system safety and operation, and how to avoid operational risks. Register here.