This training has been created in conjunction with the Temperature Controlled Industry and the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services to provide a Nationally Accredited and Recognised 2 day training package.

Industries that will find benefit in this course include Cold Storage, Food Handling Facilities, food production, food produce, agriculture, producers of Ammonia etc.

Those encouraged to attend include Maintenance, Operations, Fire Wardens, Emergency Control, WHS Committees, Shift Teams and those who see value in safety and compliance.

Feedback:

“Extremely valuable and relevant information, supportive and encouraging trainers. Donning the chemical suit was confronting but a great experience”

“Training Staff onsite were excellent

“This course was great!”

“Being new to the industry this has been a great learning opportunity “

The training is a 50/50 mix of theory and practical to ensure that the learning is supported by hands-on implementation creating an understanding of the chemical and the equipment used for its control.

It delivers on mandatory safety requirements and is cost and time practical to meet commercial expectations.

RWTA gathered an expanding group of specialists in their field ranging from cold storage companies, Fire and Emergency Services, industrial and commercial refrigeration companies, the inspectorate, the regulatory board, industrial chemical manufacturers, food manufacturers and more to create a safety course unlike any other in the market.

This training covers:

  • Prevention of spills and preparation on site

  • Dealing with ammonia in a confined space

  • Covering flammability, toxic content, hazards

  • Specific training, emergency response and delivery through consultation and Industry engagement

For more information contact Marianne Kintzel on mariannek@rwta.com.au

The RWTA Ammonia Emergency Management Training, delivered by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) Training and Emergency Management South Unit (TEMS) has won the Highly Commended Achievement gong at the Commissioners Awards for Excellence 2019.  This was awarded for collaboration between the RWTA and QFES in recognition of the partnership and creation of this specialised training. It addresses risks associated with the use of anhydrous ammonia in the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Industry. This collaboration identified risks associated in the initial stages of highly dangerous ammonia related incidents and created a tailored training platform to mitigate these dangers.  It is an exemplary demonstration of the ability of the RWTA to work closely with industry customers and the QFES to create a risk based approach to ensure a safer environment for employees and the community alike.

The RWTA Ammonia Emergency Management Training, delivered by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) Training and Emergency Management South Unit (TEMS) has won the Highly Commended Achievement gong at the Commissioners Awards for Excellence 2019.

This was awarded for collaboration between the RWTA and QFES in recognition of the partnership and creation of this specialised training. It addresses risks associated with the use of anhydrous ammonia in the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Industry. This collaboration identified risks associated in the initial stages of highly dangerous ammonia related incidents and created a tailored training platform to mitigate these dangers.

It is an exemplary demonstration of the ability of the RWTA to work closely with industry customers and the QFES to create a risk based approach to ensure a safer environment for employees and the community alike.

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