Webcast: Keep your cool while keeping your facilities cool

Making sure a plant is a comfortable place to work is more than just HR rules and mutual respect. Some days, it’s about making sure the workers are actually physically comfortable. The conditions within a plant have an impact on productivity, work quality and safety, and ensuring those working conditions are every bit as important as other factors on the plant floor.
By Plant Engineering July 26, 2016

Making sure a plant is a comfortable place to work is more than just HR rules and mutual respect. Some days, it’s about making sure the workers are actually physically comfortable. The conditions within a plant have an impact on productivity, work quality and safety, and ensuring those working conditions are every bit as important as other factors on the plant floor.

Among the topics to be discussed in the one-hour Webcast:

  • Portable air conditioning
  • Process cooling
  • Equipment cooling
  • Comparison between fans, evaporative cooling, and AC units.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of a comfortable work environment on productivity and operational excellence
  • Consider the total cost of ownership with various types of cooling systems
  • Consider the safety and health risks to employees and equipment from overheating.

Presenter: Jim Magallanes, President of TechniCool Innovations Inc.

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