“Stop managing your time. Start managing your focus,” says leadership and personal mastery mentor Robin Sharma. The educational program at the Process Heating & Cooling Show gives you a chance to do just that with targeted training on ammonia and combustion safety. Focus on these important topics to help make everything you do in your facility safer and smarter.

On Wednesday, May 24, an eight-hour program for ammonia safety management will provide end users with prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery (PMPRR) training. The Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI) will host the ammonia safety day course in partnership with the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), the International Institue of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) and the Refrigerating Engineers & Technicians Association (RETA).

The conference-style presentation is designed with content to benefit end-users, firefighters and regulators. During the presentation, attendees will learn about:

  • The chemical and physical properties of ammonia.
  • The physiological effects of ammonia on the body.
  • The value of prevention, protection and preparedness.
  • How to recognize the hazards, mitigate risks and prepare for threats.
  • How to prepare for evacuation, decontamination and medical care.
  • The value and use of chemical protective clothing and equipment.
  • Methods of integrating industrial response with public safety command.
  • Insights and lessons learned from accidents and emergency events.
  • The future of green and blue ammonia.

In addition to the ammonia safety training course during the show, a pre-exhibition combustion safety seminar will be held on Tuesday, May 23. The combustion safety course from the Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) will focus on a number of topics, including:

  • The fundamentals of combustion.
  • Burners and nozzles.
  • Practical fluid flow and piping practices.
  • Combustion safety systems
  • Flame safety and sequence control.

Register for these events and secure your place at the Process Heating & Cooling Show.