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Online ammonia safety program

February 1, 2013
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Summit’s newest interactive video details the importance of having employees understand how to keep man-made ammonia at safe levels in a work environment. Summit’s effective and informative new online program, Ammonia Safety, uses real scenario video footage to dynamically teach your workers how to maintain a safe work environment while working around ammonia, by covering: Introduction to Ammonia, The Hazards or Ammonia and Safe Practices. Free previews of this training program are available by contacting the company or visiting the website. Online ammonia safety program

Summit Training Source,, (800) 842-0466. Circle 264

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