Recent Blog Posts
The International Code Council (ICC) recently released their publication of the 2018 International Fire Code (IFC) and it contains three noteworthy changes/clarifications that will impact ammonia refrigeration systems built under the jurisdiction of this code. There has been some shifting around from the 2015 IFC, so we hope to familiarize you with the following changes: […]
The International Code Council (ICC) recently released their publication of the 2018 International Building Code (IBC) and while this code has less provisions than the Fire or Mechanical Codes that directly impact ammonia refrigeration systems, there are several noteworthy excerpts. If you own or operate an ammonia refrigeration system, we recommend taking note of the […]
Our RMP/PSM/CalARP software (PSMWriter) has taken on a more user-friendly design. Watch this video for an explanation of the updates: PSMWriter contains a suite of web-based compliance apps that work together to help you stay in compliance. Clients who have questions about the updates can call their Account Managers or our office: (559) 591-8898.
Ammonia leaks, revised amendments to the EPA’s RMP rule, and more in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review… Ammonia Leak Forces Evacuation of Vancouver’s West End Community Centre – “One of our compressors in the ammonia plant did have a small leak in the seal of the drive shaft,” said Chin. The ammonia was quickly isolated […]
On May 22, 2018 Resource Compliance partnered with Fresno County to provide training on CalARP Regulations. The training covered process safety for the following applications: ammonia (refrigeration, fertilizer, and other), sulfur dioxide, and chlorine. Resource Compliance trained on the following topics: RMP/PSM/CalARP Overview | Uriah Donaldson, Account Manager • Overview of RMP, PSM, and CalARP • […]