Ammonia Week in Review | July 12, 2019

July 12th, 2019 | , ,


Ammonia is released in a highway accident in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

2,500 Gallons of Ammonia Spilled on Highway 181, Five Hospitalized – According to the Sheriff’s office, two of the five were not taken to the hospital, one was taken for a wreck-related injury and two were hospitalized for inhalation of ammonia. […keep reading]

CalOSHA and Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus – Over the past year, CalOSHA has been educating the ammonia refrigeration industry regarding their expectation for complying with the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) requirement for “procedures to be followed by employees performing rescue or medical duties” […keep reading]

Can Virtual Reality Solve the Training Challenge? – The TAFE South Australia vocational school has been using virtual reality for instruction on natural refrigerants – and is seeking industry input. […keep reading]

TN Village Wakes Up to Ammonia Gas Leak, Plant Owner Arrested for Endangering Lives – It was close to 6 am on Monday morning and a pungent odor swept into Leon’s residence. Almost immediately, he felt his eyes and nose stinging. […keep reading]

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