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I want to attend the next ASTI 32 Hour Ammonia Responder course!

What: The ASTI 32 Hour Ammonia Responder course is training experience that combines stimulating classroom time with hands-on training scenarios, the opportunity to connect with experts in the ammonia field and exciting live ammonia drills. This course is offered annually in the Monterey Bay area.

How to Register: Pre-register now to be added to the ASTI 32 email list. You will be notified as soon as tickets go on sale at the special early bird price of $1,395.00 per person.

When: TBD, dates are being considered anywhere between Spring and Fall of 2019.

Where: The Monterey Bay Area

Check out a short video at the following link: 32 HOUR VIDEO

Questions?: Feel free to contact our main office at asti@ammonia-safety.com, or (831) 761-2935. Our staff will be happy to help answer any questions you may have regarding the course.

Check out our website at www.ammonia-safety.com for an up to date schedule and to learn more about ASTI.

What to Expect: Here are some highlights from the 2018 class.

  • In-depth hazard analysis by ASTI instructors of four major ammonia releases that resulted in catastrophic damages. Class members will work in small groups with hands-on opportunities to learn and share their new insights.

  • Craig Haas, Senior Environmental Scientist from EPA will provide the latest changes in the RMP requirements.

  • Dr. Kevin Foster, Chief of the Maricopa Burn Center will join with Jose Mata to discuss the challenges and lessons learned from Jose’s ammonia injuries. You will surely learn some new logic in decon, medical treatment, and injury recovery.

  • David Brown, Vulnerability Engineer for Argon Laboratories will be speaking on isolation and protective action zones in regards to the DOT/ERG guidebooks.

  • We will be doing live ammonia releases at Fort Ord on Thursday the 11th…a full day of hands-on exciting experience and very valuable information.

  • Attorney Jim Dufour will be discussing the challenges of working with OSHA and EPA to secure a fair settlement agreement for serious injuries and death associated with an ammonia release. He will also explain how to work through a Dept. of Justice federal indictment.

  • Chemical Safety Board Member, Manny Ehrlich will give a presentation on lessons learned from several catastrophic events.


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