CEC has announced that the face to face roundtable in Cleveland on November 2nd has been canceled. In place of the roundtable they are conducting a series of 3 consecutive webinars to provide a “worldwide” avenue to deliver the same information, disseminated to a broader audience.
The schedule of educational webinars is as follows:
The first session will cover NFPA 56 Introduction and scope along with chapters 1 through 5. We will discuss the key elements from each chapter with a member of the committee and participation by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board that will provide key insights.
- Chapter 1 - Administration
- Chapter 2 - Referenced publications
- Chapter 3 - Definitions
- Chapter 4 - General Requirements
- Chapter 5 - Training Requirements
The second session on NFPA 56 will review chapters 6 through 8 along with discussions on the appendices.
- Chapter 6 - Cleaning
- Chapter 7 - Purging into service
- Chapter 8 - Purging out of service
- Appendices - Explanatory materials and example plan information
The third and final session will cover real life solutions and user implementation input from roundtable. These topics may include the structure of compliance programs within single site entities and large global organizations, key program elements put into place at manufacturing locations, and utility industries including training, procedures, checklist systems for hazard reviews, and gap analysis of processes.
CEC Combustion Safety is currently assisting numerous electric utilities and industrial clients with identifying code issues and developing plans to bring their facilities up to the new standards. This process includes auditing their facilities for gas hazards and safe gas work practices. Our proprietary natural gas hazards checklist review system in conjunction with focused training courses provide an excellent foundation for plant operations and maintenance personnel to move towards NFPA 56 compliance.
About CEC Combustion Safety
Established in 1984 by John Puskar with 30+ years of service, CEC Combustion Safety is the industry leader in the field of combustion safety, providing expert consulting, training and engineering services for all types of fuel-fired equipment. Our mission is to ensure safety of personnel within their work environment, while increasing efficiency and reliability on fuel-fired equipment.
CEC Combustion Safety is the largest independent fuel train safety testing company in the world, offering the most comprehensive, consistent and disciplined combustion equipment system inspection program in the industry. Each year we inspect over 1,000 fuel trains in more than 20 countries. Our large and diverse clientele includes numerous Fortune 100 companies in the automotive, steel, food & beverage, utility and pharmaceutical industries.
CEC is a wholly owned company of Eclipse Inc.
For more information: http://www.combustionsafety.com/
About Eclipse, Inc.
Founded in 1908, in Rockford, Illinois, Eclipse, Inc. is now under the third generation of family ownership. Eclipse, Inc. is a worldwide manufacturer of products and systems for industrial heating and drying applications. They design and manufacture a wide variety of gas and oil burners, recuperators and heat exchangers, complete combustion systems, and accessories for combustion systems. Eclipse, Inc. offers its customers an excellent single source for design, installation, and service for total combustion needs, supported by expert application engineering services, anywhere in the world.
Eclipse has been at the forefront of the combustion industry for over 100 years. This experience, combined with the legacy of growth, innovation and leadership has paved the way for Eclipse’s emergence as a global provider of combustion products.
For more information: www.eclipsenet.com