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Lee Auditorium

Pago Pago, American Samoa, AS 96799

American Samoa

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Register today for the American Samoa Chemical Safety Day!

When: Friday June 7, 2018

Where: LEE AUDITORIUM, Pago Pago American Samoa 96799

Cost: FREE

Lunch: Included, served during the noon hour

Registration: 7:15am- 8:00am

Time: 8:00am- 4:00pm

Who Should Attend? Those who live near, work with or respond to ammonia or other hazardous chemicals.

Training Topics:

  • Strengthen the Tripod: Industry, government, and public safety
  • Value of prevention, protection, and preparedness
  • Understand hazards, mitigate risks, and prepare for threats
  • High points of risk management and process safety
  • Evacuation, decontamination, and medical care
  • Valve and pipeline problems that lead to emergency events
  • Engaging emergency shutdown procedures
  • Plant command and control plan
  • Integrating Industrial response with public safety command
  • Readiness to engage the hazmat tech team
  • Terminating command, initiating recovery, and restart

Lodging at the Tradewinds Hotel call ( 684) 699-1000

2018 National Sponsors



Lakeland




Organizers and speakers volunteer their time; sponsors and exhibitors pay the cost of food, facilities, and materials. This allows us to put on the Safety Day for free.




Please let us know if you can participate as a sponsor or exhibitor. For more information, please contact Debra Montanez at (831) 453-7102 or email at debra.montanez@ammonia-safety.com




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Pago Pago, American Samoa, AS 96799

American Samoa

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