Complimentary Safety Webinar: Personal & Process Gas Detection Overview
When?: Tuesday, July 20th, 3-4 PM Eastern
What?:Navigating occupational safety needs for employees has always been a business owner’s concern. What happens when the process adds potential hazards to the atmosphere? Gas monitoring technology can be vertically integrated into your business to provide for employee safety, process control and building security. RKI is proud to discuss how gas detection can be used in craft distilling applications. Our goal is to educate potential users on how gas monitoring technology works. With this technical information, we can help each craft distiller understand how it can be utilized in their unique application and facilities. Please join me to discuss gas detection technology and how it can be used within your craft distillation industry.
Who?: John Maslowski, RKI Instruments, is an alum of Marquette University’s class of 1992. He currently resides in Waukesha, WI, where he has been working in the safety industry for the past 24 years. Industrial safety instruments have been a primary focus of his career. The first 10 years were dedicated to territory sales and support of rental equipment for use in industrial hygiene and commercial safety markets. This detail oriented background led him to a focus on gas detection equipment with RKI Instruments in 1997.
The last 14 years have been spent working to develop distribution networks over a six state great lakes region. John’s primary job has been to facilitate the development of local networks of RKI partners. It is RKI’s philosophy that life-saving equipment should be purchased through local, technically trained representatives that can offer personal support within a reasonable amount of time. John’s job requires that he technically train RKI’s network to a degree that their representatives can understand applications, offer solutions and support their equipment technically in the field to reduce equipment down time.
RKI Instruments is globally partnered with Riken Keiki Co. RKI Instruments has been manufacturing gas detection sensors and equipment since its founding in 1939. In 1994 RKI Instruments inc. (CA) began supporting North America and Canada through its international partnership. RKI Instruments supports North American and Canadian safety markets bringing a variety of portable and fixed gas detection product solutions to those surrounded by potential hazards.
How much?: Complimentary to ACSA members and nonmembers alike