Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshops
Because of space limitations and more demand than seats at our 2023 in-person Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshops as well as a high rate of employee changes and interns coming in, OABA’s Safety & Risk Management subcommittee has planned additional Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop trainings for 2023 in an online, on-demand format. Since the 2022 online version is not outdated at this time the committee is making the virtual workshop, designed to help participants become more aware of the chemical properties, proper handling, cautions and hazards when working with anhydrous ammonia, equipment, and containment available through May 19, 2023. The training features experts from both within and outside of the industry, including those from the Ohio Public Utilities Commission.
Once registered, within 2 business days participants will receive an email with a link to the online course. Please provide a valid, unique email for all participants when registering. Participants must attentively watch all video portions and complete the assessment at the end of the course in order to receive a Certification of Completion. A certificate will not be sent until all portions of the course are completed in full. Upon completion of the course, the Certificate of Completion will be emailed directly to the participant. The course must be completed no later than May 19.
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Program complies with Ohio Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation and Occupational Safety & Health Administration training requirements for anhydrous ammonia