The SERIES U single and multichannel wall mounted gas monitors use unique, patented sensors that are highly specific, fast responding, poison resistant, and are unaffected by moisture or temperature changes. Sensors are available for Hydrocarbons, Freons, Ethylene Oxide, Alcohols, Diesel/Gasoline Vapors, Hydrogen, Ammonia, Sulfur Dioxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, Carbon Monoxide, Combustibles and many others gases.
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) received awards for two safety videos at the annual Television, Internet, and Video Association of DC (TIVA DC) dinner on Saturday, November 14. Award recipients included Shock to the System, a safety video detailing key lessons for preventing hydraulic shock in ammonia refrigeration systems based on the CSB’s Millard Refrigerated Services investigation, and the computer-generated animation of a massive explosion and fire at the Caribbean Petroleum terminal facility.
U.S. finalizes settlement with Georgia-based Millard Refrigerated Services over ammonia release
June 22, 2015
The EPA and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) have announced a final settlement with Millard Refrigerated Services that resolves alleged violations of the Clean Air Act, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act for an airborne release of ammonia from Millard’s Theodore, Alabama, facility in 2010.
OSHA has cited New England Confectionery Company Inc., also known as Necco, for 19 alleged serious violations of workplace health and safety standards at its Revere production plant. The manufacturer of Necco Wafers, Clark Bars and other candies faces proposed penalties of $133,000 in connection with the release of 8,000 pounds of ammonia from the plant's refrigeration system on Oct. 5, 2012.