Ammonia Refrigeration Management Guidelines, 1st Edition
Ammonia Refrigeration Management Guidelines, 1st Edition
The Ammonia Refrigeration Management (ARM) Program is a voluntary program designed to help facilities manage their ammonia refrigeration systems in a safe and responsible manner. It is meant to be used by facilities that operate relatively small ammonia refrigeration systems within industrial occupancy as defined by the building code and are not covered by the: Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard (29 CFR 1910.119); the Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Risk Management Program (RMP) Regulation (40 CFR Part 68); or any state-specific PSM or RMP requirements such as in New Jersey, Delaware and California.

The ARM Guidelines outline the program and gives a detailed purpose and explanation for each component of the program and why it is necessary.
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