Learn How the New API Recommended Practices Help Ensure Tank Overfill Prevention

In response to the impact of critical tank overfill incidents over the past decade, the American Petroleum Institute (API) released the fourth edition of its Recommended Practice 2350, 4th Edition, to remediate inconsistent or unsafe overfill prevention processes at petroleum facilities.

Is your terminal prepared for the new API recommended practices? Have you developed an effective overfill prevention process for your terminal?

Register for the informative webinar “Understanding API RP 2350 and Preventing Tank Overfill” on May 16, 2013, 1:00 EDT, to gain insights and strategies for implementing the new standard. You’ll learn:
API 2350 Guidelines

  • The scope of the new overfill prevention Recommended Practice
  • Components of an effective overfill prevention process
  • New tank categories and the requirements for each in overfill prevention
  • Required Levels of Concern and Response Times
  • Requirements for testing, inspecting and maintaining an automated overfill prevention system
  • Instrumentation that is required to meet the new Recommended Practice

If you’re a terminal or refinery owner, operator or manager, or are in charge of maintenance, safety or I&C engineering at your facility, don’t miss the “Understanding API RP 2350 and Preventing Tank Overfill Webinar” to learn how you can safeguard your tank inventory.

You’ll hear from Magnetrol experts Katie Hay, product manager, who has written and trained extensively on API RP 2350, and John Kuldanek, regional sales manager, who offers extensive field experience and insights into successful API RP 2350 implementation. The webinar will be hosted by Jim Klingele, publisher for Oil & Gas Journal.




 

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