This month, send your staff to get their 3-year Safety Officer certification or re-certification at a comprehensive one-day Virtual NTSP training session.
The Nurse Tank Safety Training (NTSP) course outlines the requirements an ag retailer must meet to operate as a Transport Canada Registered Facility to inspect, test and retest anhydrous ammonia nurse tanks under the CSA B620 Safety Standard.
The course is based on the Nurse Tank Safety Council of Canada’s Quality Control Manual – a Transport Canada reviewed document outlining the procedures for hydro testing and visual inspection of nurse tanks, and how to register as a Transport Canada Registered Facility.
All participants will receive a three (3) year certification or re-certification on the contents of the Quality Control Manual upon completion.
- Saturday, April 23, 2022
- Livestream information will be shared once registration is confirmed.
- Time & Duration: TBA
- CAAR Member: $100.00
- Non-Member: $150.00
Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to update your certification or train new employees in the latest agri-retail safety regulations.
Click here to register today and secure your spot.
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