Experience with IIAR’s Ammonia Refrigeration Management Prog
Experience with IIAR’s Ammonia Refrigeration Management Program: Application to CalARP Requirements (2006)-IIAR’s Ammonia Refrigeration Management (ARM) Program is designed to help facilities manage their ammonia refrigeration systems in a safe and responsible manner. To comply with the requirements of the California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Program, Ventura Foods chose to develop its own voluntary program using guidelines and templates in IIAR’s ARM Program, demonstrating that such a program could be practically implemented at a facility with limited resources. This paper describes the experiences of Ventura Foods as it implemented its own program to manage ammonia safely. Editor’s Note: The IIAR Ammonia Refrigeration Management (ARM) Program is a voluntary guideline developed to assist smaller ammonia refrigeration facilities with regulatory compliance. While this case study uses the ARM Program to comply with regulations that apply specifically to the State of California, the IIAR ARM Program is recommended for all ammonia refrigeration facilities with charges of less than 10,000 pounds. Many of the recommendations contained in this paper have been integrated into the currently published edition of the ARM Program.
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