The sponsorship of these industry-leading companies helps us continue our mission to make ammonia (NH3) the safest managed hazardous material in the world. We invite you to learn more about them and the benefits of becoming an ASTI sponsor.
Established in 1987, the Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to making ammonia (NH3) the safest managed hazardous material in the world. Bringing together leaders from industry and public safety organizations with hundreds of years of combined experience, ASTI provides safety management support through effective use of Prevention, Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery (PMPRR) training. All courses meet OSHA standards.
“I want to say thanks to your organization for presenting a very informative yet fun and functional class. I learned so much and was lucky enough to engage with some of the industry experts and learn much more than I anticipated.”— Safety Day Attendee
AMMONIA SAFETY TRAINING
ASTI offers a variety of ammonia specific courses ranging from basic awareness to First Responder-Operational, as well as Technician and Incident Command.
Our curriculum combines technical information with a hands-on approach. We offer both computer simulations and live release response drills to further instill the need for a solid ammonia hazard plan and fast reaction to incidents.All of our courses are in accordance with OSHA Standard 1910.120(q) requirements.
Check out our course descriptions and calendar for more information.
AMMONIA SAFETY DAYS
Safety Days are currently hosted throughout the US and Canada. Safety Days are free 8-Hour conference style presentations. Safety Days are made possible through generous donations from both national and local sponsors. ASTI works closely with local hosts and sponsors to assure that the content for each Safety Day is designed with the end-user, firefighter, and regulator, in mind.
ONE PLAN RESPONSE
The One Plan is an all-hazards approach to emergency management. The One Plan is an EPA response system that evolved from the collaboration of the National Response Team, and leaders from State and local hazmat response agencies.
ASTI utilizes the One Plan as the framework for operational guides, playbooks, forms, and checklists that can be used by public and private command teams during an emergency event. The One Plan directs the implementation of tactical objectives during pre-emergency planning, high risk operations, and during the four phases of response, Discovery, Initial Response, Sustained Response, and Termination of the emergency event.
AMMONIA SAFETY & TRAINING INSTITUTE
Amanda Meyers - Office Manager
P.O Box 1578
Watsonville, CA 95077
Debra Montanez - Operations Manager
13507 Blackie Rd
Castroville, CA 95012-3211