Available from Emergency Film Group
"Anhydrous Ammonia" is a DVD-based safety training program about the hazards of Anhydrous Ammonia and safe response to incidents involving this dangerous gas. This program was updated in 2008 with new footage, new animations, information about the use of anhydrous ammonia in clandestine drug labs, and the latest information on placarding and labeling requirements!
Anhydrous ammonia, NH3, is widely used in agriculture and industry. Penetrating vapors from this gas are suffocating and can lead to severe health problems, even death. This exciting training program outlines an active program of safety and inspection to prevent accidents in the workplace and during emergency response. Topics covered:
•New DHS reporting and security requirements
•Up-to-date standards for containers
•For risk management planning: new information on toxic endpoints for anhydrous ammonia
•Illegal use of anhydrous ammonia in meth labs
•DOT and NFPA placards and labels
•Air monitoring and ventilation
•Special problems posed by enclosed spaces
•Controlling vapors after spills
•Use of water fog spray, carbon dioxide and foam to control vapors
•Protective equipment used in emergency response. 27 minutes.
•Also included with purchase is a Resource CD-Rom with customizable PowerPoint presentation, post-seminar quiz and other instructional aids.