Train the Trainer: Top 5 Ways to Make Compliance Training Successful

July 10, 2019 / by Steve Ehrlich posted in HVAC/R, Refrigerant Compliance, Refrigerant Management, compliance, climate change, refrigerants, Regulation, HFCs, legislation

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A guest post from our Director of Client Services & Training

Last week the international market made what I think is a smart move in refrigerant management by completing the first round of training sessions for the Refrigerant Driving License (RDL). It's part of AHRI and UN Environment's Global Refrigerant Management Training Program. They used a “Train-the-Trainer” format that I have found to be instrumental to helping our clients achieve long term compliance for their companies. But not all training programs are created equal. I have tried different tactics over the years and have had both success and failure. So I have put together what in my opinion are the top 5 components of a successful Train the Trainer refrigerant compliance training program.

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America at Work: Legislative Update

July 3, 2019 / by Jennifer Brosius posted in HVAC/R, Refrigerant Compliance, Refrigerant Management, compliance, climate change, refrigerants, Regulation, HFCs, legislation

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This past month there has been some more movement on the state-by-state effort to fill the gaps in greenhouse gas regulation left by rollbacks of SNAP Rules 20 & 21. Here is a brief rundown of what’s new:

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Proposed California Refrigerant Law to Ban HFCs in Some Refrigeration End-Uses

October 24, 2018 / by Elizabeth Ortlieb posted in HVAC/R, Compliance Reporting, Refrigerant Compliance, Refrigerant Management, compliance, CARB, CARB compliance, california ARB, SNAP, legislation, EPA

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On June 15, 2018, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) issued a notice of public availability of modified text for its proposed HFC regulation that bans HFCs in certain refrigeration end-uses.

We've got the latest on the modifications. ✅ 

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