Emergency Response to Ammonia Incidents - CH20116

Description

NOTICE: To do our part to contain the spread of COVID-19 and keep public health a priority, we have canceled this class. We are currently assessing the ability to reschedule classes. For updates on all of our training please subscribe to our newsletter here.

Hours: 8 | Students: 15–30

Ammonia is one of the highest volume chemicals produced in the United States. It is used in the manufacturing of rocket fuels, synthetic fibers, yeast and explosives, with the most common use of fertilizer and as a refrigerant. With the current problem of theft of ammonia for drug production, this class will familiarize you with nurse tanks, transport containers and storage facilities where releases might occur. Other topics include chemical and physical properties, hazard and risk assessment, public protection options, and emergency response options to safely mitigate an anhydrous ammonia incident.

Prerequisites

Course Meeting Dates/Times:
Mon, 18 May 2020- 8AM-5PM

Host Agency:
Republic Fire Department

To Register Contact:
Lynn Morgan
417-872-6512

Funding Source (Sponsor):
Chemical Emergency Preparedness Fund — Funding provided through the Division of Fire Safety and the Missouri Fire Safety Education/Advisory Commission.

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