UPDATED: GCAP’s 2014 PSM/RMP compliance training tour

By Clémence Girard-Reydet, Dec 06, 2013, 12:16 1 minute reading

In its commitment to extend their PSM training and services offering, the Garden City Ammonia Program (GCAP) is organising a compliance training tour to raise technicians’ and managers’ awareness at a local level on all requirements under the OSHA’s new 29 CFR 1910.119 standards and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) risk management program from book 40. + additional dates.

The Garden City Ammonia Program’s PSM/RMP Compliance Division is highly involved in helping companies implementing Process Safety Management (PSM) in industrial ammonia refrigeration systems and bring awareness to the Chemical National Emphasis Program (CHEM NEP) issued by OSHA, the main U.S. Federal agency charged with the enforcement of safety and health legislation at work.
Anyone who takes the course will receive a copy of GCAP’s published and copyrighted book “Implementing Process Safety Management for Ammonia Refrigeration Systems”, authored by Brian Chapin, Jeremy Williams, Randy Williams, and Tyler Ramos.
Other services provided by the GCAP’s PSM/RMP Compliance Division are:
  • PSM / RMP training
  • National Emphasis: NEP / PSM Auditing training
  • Compliance Audits or GAP Analysis
  • SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) Development 
  • PHA or PHA Re-validation or revisions
  • PSM Program Cooperative Builds
  • Personalised Compliance Services

2014 PSM/RMP Compliance training tour calendar
10 dates/locations are already confirmed:

27-30 January Bakersfield, (CA)
24-27 February Fort Worth, (TX)
3-6 March Arnold, (PA)
17-20 March Eau Claire, (WI)
31 March-3 April Fayetteville, (AR)
21–24 April Phoenix, (AZ)
5-8 May Auburn, (MA)
19-22 May Springdale, (OH)
16-19 June Geneva, (IL)
7-10 July Kenosha, (WI)
28-31 July Bakersfield, (CA)
25-28 August Seattle, (WA)

GCAP will still be hosting these classes in Garden City as well.  Please visit www.AmmoniaTraining.com for those listed dates.  
For further information, to host a seminar or to register, feel free contact Kristen De La Pena from GCAP at +1 (620) 271-0037 or ammonia@pld.com.


By Clémence Girard-Reydet

Dec 06, 2013, 12:16

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