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Refrigeration Addendum

PanGlobal has added an important addendum on Refrigeration concepts to our eBook platform

This addendum contains new learning objectives and content in refrigeration safety based on the recommendations made by Technical Safety British Columbia (TSBC) in its investigation reports of the October 2017 ammonia leak. The report examines two ammonia leaks, one occurring at the Fernie Memorial Arena in Fernie, BC, which resulted in the deaths of three people, and the other in October 2018 at a pet food manufacturing plant in Langley, BC, which prompted an extensive evacuation of the area. As this information is critical to operator safety, IPECC, SOPEEC, and PanGlobal Training Systems are making it available to learners immediately at no additional cost. In addition, this material will also be published in the forthcoming editions of Power Engineering Fourth Class, Power Engineering Fifth Class, and Refrigeration Plant Operator.

The new content of this addendum emphasizes the testing of secondary refrigeration systems, safe operation of ammonia refrigeration systems, and maintenance of refrigeration equipment. Some content may be familiar from the courses mentioned above, and the TSBC investigations suggest that it is worth repeating if this content will contribute to keeping all Power Engineers and operators safe.

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Fifth Class Textbook Set (Edition 3.5)

PanGlobal is proud to launch our Power Engineering Fifth Class textbook, Edition 3.5. This set prepares learners to write the SOPEEC Fifth Class Power Engineer Certification of Competency examination in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon Territory, and Northwest Territories. Other jurisdictions may recommend this three-volume set for low pressure heating plant certification examinations. It is available for purchase in print and eBook format through our website. 

Features and Upgrades

  • Twelve months of access to online learning media and self assessments 
  • Updated refrigeration content, and the removal of Freon topics, to align with the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
  • Latest codes, standards, and regulations 
  • Clarifications and corrections 

Topics

  • Book 1: Low Pressure Boiler Components & Operation 
  • Book 2: Elements of Human Comfort in Facility Operation 
  • Book 3: Basic Physical Science, Safety & Regulation for Facility Operation 

Important Note: This three-volume set (Ed. 3.5) and the Power Engineering Fifth Class Edition 3.2 are the only single source of print learning material approved by both IPECC and SOPEEC to meet the syllabus and curriculum standards required to successfully prepare for the Fifth-Class Power Engineer Certificate of Competency examination.

Updates to the 5th Class

The 5th Class textbooks are being updated to Edition 3.2 which will be available Summer 2017. Changes to the 5th Class textbook include:

  • The learning materials will be printed in three perfect-bound textbooks (previously coil-bound)
  • Three new objectives introduced to Book 3 Chapter 9:
    1. Explain the application and operation of standpipes, hoses, and sprinklers in buildings
    2. Explain the various types of fire and smoke detectors
    3. Describe the operation, placement, and maintenance of the common types of portable extinguishers
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