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Chlorine Handling and Response Training

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Dates: February 15-16, 2018 |or| April 12-13, 2018
Location: 90 O’Leary Avenue, Suite 207
Cost: NEIA Members – $495 +HST / Non-Members – $575 +HST

Chlorine is used every day throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, in the maintenance of our water and wastewater treatment technologies to our recreational facilities. Chlorine is a dangerous chemical, and thus great care must be taken to ensure its proper use. This two day program has been developed to expand on the existing knowledge base of staff in the areas of chlorine handling and storage practices as well as response to leaking containers in a first response capacity.

The training facilitators are recognized as international experts in all classes of dangerous goods. The standards which have been employed for this program follow the tenants and specific best practice procedures set out by the Chlorine Institute of America.

The Chlorine Institute, Inc. exists: “to support the chlor-alkali industry and serve the public by fostering continuous improvements to safety and the protection of human health and the environment connected with the production, distribution and use of chlorine, sodium and potassium hydroxides, and sodium hypochlorite; and the distribution and use of hydrogen chloride. This support extends to giving continued attention to the security of chlorine handling operations. The Institute strives to meet these obligations by maintaining a scientific and technical organization that fully meets the needs and expectations of its members and the public.”

The structure of this program will be designed to provide the following:

  • An overview to the chemical and physical and physical properties of chlorine, hazards of chlorine exposure.
  • Leak detection, air monitoring.
  • Personnel Protective Equipment (Level A Suits)
  • Container handling practices.
  • Response procedures including decontamination procedures.
  • Hands-on practical component involving capping kits.

Those successfully completing the course will be issued a certificate by Safe Work Solutions Inc.

About Safe Work Solutions Inc.


Safe Work Solutions Inc. (SWSI) provides technical safety solutions to meet the difficult access and emergency response needs of government and industry. Our team has over sixty years in the hazardous materials response industry. We have responded to every class of dangerous goods under TDG classifications and now specialize in high hazard, shock sensitive and explosive materials. Our programs have been developed with the expertise of North America’s premier emergency response and hazardous materials handling teams. Through these teams and our ongoing relationship with the Chlorine Institute, SWSI is able to offer a unique and diverse suite of training programs focused on hazardous materials handling. With thousands trained on three continents through SWSI and over 150,000 trained worldwide by our technical specialist and subject matter experts, we are confident that we meet your training needs. To learn more about SWSI, click here.

About Your Facilitator

W. Jeffrey Daniels
HSEQ Specialist / Instructor
NFPA 472 Technician / Specialist
OHSAS 18001:2007; 14001:2015 Lead Auditor

♦ Over 25 years of knowledge and experience in contracting, environmental, and occupational health and safety.

♦ 20 years of experience managing occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) policies and procedures.

♦ Executed consulting and contracting projects, encompassing residential, commercial and industrial projects, with significant experience working in remote locations.

♦ Extensive experience as a training facilitator specializing in work at height, confined space and hazardous materials, with training experience in three continents and seven countries.

Registration

There are two offerings of this course – once on February 15-16, and another on April 12-13. Spaces in this course are limited. To register, please fill out the form below and you will be contacted to complete your registration. For more information, please contact NEIA at info@neia.org.

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