Compressed gases are invisible ingredients in the brewing industry, bringing bubbles to your brews and more. In this seminar, Laura Brumsey from the Compressed Gas Association shares information about safety aspects of compressed gases and equipment used in brewing processes. The presentation provides a high-level discussion of the best handling practices for compressed gas containers and equipment, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and nitrogen. You will gain practical insights for keeping your employees and facilities safe, and learn about essential resources that you can share with your organization to ensure communication of safety information at every level.
- Obtain a working understanding of hazards related to gases and cylinders used in craft brewing operations
- Learn basic safety principles for cylinders and equipment, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and nitrogen
- See how best handling practices for gases and cylinders can be applied in your facilities
- Obtain new resources that can be used to communicate safety information to employees