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Ammonia Safety Training
The one-day training is intended for everyone; those who live near, work with, or respond to ammonia or other hazardous chemicals. These sessions are especially intended for Facility Operators and Emergency Responders.
This in class, conference style presentation training provides safety management support through effective use of Prevention, Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery, and work towards strengthening the Tripod of Industry, Government, and Public Safety.
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Anti-Entrapment Compliance Plan
Due to the complexity and specialized knowledge needed to assess the equipment required for anti-entrapment, the owner or their agent may contract the services of a suitable professional or professional engineer to complete the anti-entrapment documentation. Documentation provided by the service professional and/or engineer should be included with the anti-entrapment plan.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss please contact the following:
Alberta Labour Inspecting Arenas
Objective - Using a firm, fair and flexible approach Occupational Health and Safety Officers will inspect approximately 100 arenas to monitor compliance of work site parties with the Occupational Health and Safety Act as it relates to chemical and physical hazards at Arenas. Educate work site parties on their responsibilities regarding the internal responsibility system, which will include joint work site health and safety committees and\or health and safety representatives. Increase the knowledge of chemical and physical hazards at arenas and their associated controls.
For information related to the initiative please contact Bill Reid at 403-382-4493 or email@example.com
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To learn more about the program and schedule a time to talk with 3D Energy staff about moving a project forward, click here.
Also, 3D Energy's parent company (Vital Group of Companies) is offering a webinar next Wednesday March 20th at 2 pm on how to integrate energy savings initiatives with onsite energy generation such as solar PV and co-generation. To sign up for the webinar click here.
Stuart Ray, AARFP Executive Director
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Leisure Lines Member Newsletter
AARFP publishes a quarterly newsletter, Leisure Lines. This is a great publication that helps keep our members informed on the latest technologies and innovations in the industry. Along with archives of previous issues, the Summer 2019 issue is now available to our members.
All current members with a valid email address on file at the RFP Office will be notified by email that it has been posted on the homepage. If you have not received an email advising you of this, and you are a current member of RFP, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can update your email address in our database to ensure you will not miss any upcoming notices.
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