Anhydrous ammonia safety training sessions planned
BISMARCK, N.D – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) and the North Dakota Agriculture Association (NDAA) will be hosting a series of fertilizer and anhydrous ammonia safety training sessions across the state.
“Annual documented safety training is required for any person handling, transferring, transporting or otherwise working with anhydrous ammonia at storage facilities,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “These training sessions will meet the requirements of the state and attendees will be issued a certificate of completion.”
Training sessions will include presentations on the chemical properties and health hazards of anhydrous ammonia; facility and nurse tank care, inspection, and maintenance; and regulatory updates to name a few topics.
The training sessions are as follows:
|March 20||Cooperstown – Downtown Sheyenne Tooling Bldg.
|March 21||Wishek – American Legion
|Milnor – MAC Activity Center
|March 22||Mott – KC Club – Downtown Main
|March 27||Underwood – City Hall
|Stanley – Mountain Complex Extension
|March 28||Rugby – Dakota Farms Restaurant
| Park River – American Legion Hall
For more information about the training requirements, please contact Eric Delzer, NDDA Fertilizer Program Manager at 701-328-1508.
To register, please contact the North Dakota Agriculture Association at 701-282-9432 or firstname.lastname@example.org.