“Breaking Bad Habits: Rethinking RMP/PSM/CalARP Requirements”
September 26, 2018 – Modesto, California
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
in cooperation with
The Stanislaus County Department of Environmental Resources and Risk Management Professionals will be co-hosting a complimentary, one-day workshop at 3800 Cornucopia Way in Modesto, California on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. This workshop will provide insight and tips for addressing essential technical and regulatory challenges associated with current and evolving program requirements.
This event is divided into two separate sessions. The morning session will primarily address general industry facility topics, and the afternoon session will primarily address ammonia refrigeration industry facility topics. State and local regulators, along with Risk Management Professionals’ engineers, will share technical insight, expertise, and regulatory knowledge.
To reserve your space for this workshop and / or to obtain additional information, please contact Producer@RMPCorp.com or call (949) 282-0123. Limited space is available! Please indicate which session(s) you wish to attend, and please respond no later than September 21, 2018 so that a link to the downloadable presentation materials can be e-mailed to you prior to the workshop.
Topics and Speakers (Agenda)
- “PSM/RMP/CalARP Current Regulatory Framework & Upcoming Changes” presented by Stephanie Smith, PE, Risk Management Professionals
- “Breaking Bad Habits and Avoiding Common Oversights” presented by Stephanie Smith, PE, Risk Management Professionals [*Note: This presentation is combined with the regulatory updates presentation above.]
- “Regulatory Overview & Rethinking Audit Preparedness” presented by Alvin Lal, Stanislaus County Department of Environmental Resources
- “Maintaining Mechanical Integrity Programs” presented by Peter Thomas, Resource Compliance
- “Fight or Flight: A Comparison of Emergency Action and Response Planning” presented by Ryan Bray, Risk Management Professionals
- Live Demonstration by Brad Berman, California Controlled Atmosphere (presentation)
- “Effective Strategies for RAGAGEP Application: How to Meet RAGAGEP Compliance for PSM & RMP” presented by Stephanie Smith, PE, Risk Management Professionals
- “USEPA Chemical Accident Prevention: Risk Management, Process Safety, and Emergency Response” presented by Kay Lawrence, EPA Region 9
For information regarding the Stanislaus County CalARP Program, please visit the Stanislaus County Department of Environmental Resources website.