This course is designed and taught by Chief Jeremy Moore of FS Circle Solutions. As a professional firefighter, and alternative fuel advocate, he gained accreditations as a Fire Inspector and
Fire Service Instructor from the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress. He is committed to sustainable energy, particularly in compressed natural gas (CNG).
Chief Moore is a leader in safety and codes for CNG stations across the nation, working with industry leaders to help educate public officials about natural gas fuels. This four-hour course will
prepare participants to:
- Explain relevant codes and how they apply to CNG fueling stations
- Understand the differences among IFC, NFPA 52, and NFPA 30A
- Enforce codes and permitting in a consistent manner that will improve public safety
- Know the State and international fire code
- Have a general understanding of CNG cylinder and vehicle systems
The CNG Fueling Facility Safety Training, hosted by the Arkansas Clean Cities Coalition, a program of Arkansas Energy Office, is designed for code officials and fire inspectors. This training provides the guidelines necessary for the inspection of CNG facilities.
Training is free but seating is limited! In order to reserve your seat, RSVP to EnergyInfo@adeq.state.ar.us or call 501-682-7379. The deadline for registration is August 10, 2017 or until all seating has been reserved.
Even if you do not currently have a CNG facility in your location, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to learn how to properly inspect a CNG facility. Most likely, your region will experience the ongoing growth of this alternative fuel.
- Understand the differences between IFC, NFPA 52, and NFPA 30A
- Reduce common sources of friction between CNG developers and code officials
- Cut through the confusing and conflicting parts of the codes
Seating is limited! Reserve your seat now!
Course taught by FS Circle Solutions