Safety standards for industrial ovens and furnaces is the focus of a seminar scheduled for May.
Providing an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the National Fire Protection Association's safety standards, the seminar will cover many types of industrial equipment and is focused toward those involved in the design, construction or operation of industrial ovens and furnaces. Discussion will cover NFPA 86 standard (including the changes adopted and published in 1999), its applicability to safety for ovens and furnaces, insurance concerns and application of programmable logic controller (PLC) equipment in safety systems.
Sponsored by the Industrial Heating Equipment Association's (IHEA) safety and standards committee, the seminar is schedule for May 1-2 at the Marriott O'Hare, Chicago. Cost per attendee is $675 and includes tuition, all seminar materials, copies of the new and revised 1999 NFPA 86, 86C and 86D standards, completion certificate, exhibit reception and lunch each day. For more information or to register, call IHEA at (703) 525-2513 or visit www.ihea.org.