The RETA National Conference is an annual program that brings professionals from around the globe in the Industrial Refrigeration industry together. SCS Engineers, a long-standing member of RETA will be attending, presenting at the conference, and available at booth #610.
The 2017 conference is offering attendees a truly robust program full of a variety of topics, including Technical Sessions in the areas of Compliance, Engineering, Manufacturing & Operations. Hands-On sessions will also be available, as well as Manufacturer Specific Sessions.
Besides educational tracks and the review and certification program, attendees will have an opportunity to discuss and exchange information with SCS Engineers Tracer Division professionals through the exhibition & Hot Point Tracks and attend events like the RETA Business Lunch, Rumble, & Awards Banquet.
Certification and Training – Attendance accrues RETA professional development hours (PDH) applicable to maintaining RETA certification. Earn up to 15 RETA PDH from the Conference program or up to 28 RETA PDH with a combination of the Refrigeration Review Course and Conference program. RETA PDH may be applied toward CIRO, CARO, CRES and RAI certification maintenance.
SCS offers Refrigeration Operator I & II Training Programs throughout the year using RETA Industrial Refrigeration (IR) 1 & 2 manuals. These intensive four-day classes are provided in locations across the nation; convenient for attendees to participate locally. See the 2017 schedule here.
In addition to Operator Training SCS Services include:
Risk Management Plans and Process Safety Management – Retailers to food manufacturers to water treatment facilities depend on SCS’s expertise in all aspects of environmental management, safety/risk analysis, and compliance.
Ammonia Refrigeration – Cost-effective solutions that achieve operational objectives. SCS’s engineers work with facility personnel and regulators to resolve complex issues in a timely, efficient manner, at a competitive price.
Environmental Management Plans and Systems – Proactive approaches to help companies reduce environmental impacts while increasing operating efficiency and addressing regulatory demands. SCS’s plans and systems also address non-regulated issues, such as energy conservation while demonstrating our clients’ commitments to environmental sustainability, employee and public well-being.
Where to Find SCS?
- Gene Dumas is teaching the CARO Review Course September 25-26
- Juan Parra is teaching two Spanish Sessions: Que es un Balance deEnergia y por que Me Debe Importar? + Reto de Operador! September 26
- Mark Carlyle is presenting Do I have Enough of the Right Training on Wednesday, September 27
- Hot Point Session: SCS Tracer Environmental on Wednesday, September 27
- Andrew Fiala is presenting What is an Energy Balance and Why Should I Care? on Wednesday, September 27.
Fun and Games
Friday, September 29 at 10:30 am SCS is hosting Operator & Management Jeopardy + Engineering & Compliance Jeopardy hosted by Amber Dittrick and Daniel Cuevas with Final Jeopardy happening at 11:30.
Crack the Code at the conference and win prizes every day!