Tri Tech Refrigeration Australia attended the Bakers Maison
official site extension opening on Friday 27th October, 2017
Special Guests included the Mayor of Canterbury-Bankstown Mr. Khal Asfour and The Honourable Mr. Morris Iemmer.
Tri Tech designed, installed and maintain the site that produces a variety of fresh breads, bagels, muffins and pasteries with a french flare.
Tri Tech Refrigeration Australia Pty Ltd were delighted to attend the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) and the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Association of Australia (RWTA) 2017 Global Cold Chain Summit, held 17-19 October at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, Australia.
Tri Tech manned a booth with Superior Training Centre offering delegates information related to Ammonia Awareness and Legal Requirements and Obligations.
Over 150 Cold Chain leaders from Australia, Europe, United States, Canada, Asia, and South America attended this event, providing opportunities for rich dialogue and exchange of knowledge.
The Global Cold Chain Alliance serves as the focused voice of the cold chain industry, representing 1,200 member companies in 75 countries. http://www.gcca.org/about-us/
THE INAUGURAL EVENT which was held in Sydney recently was attended by more than 50 participants. Organised by private RTO, the Superior Training Centre and leading industrial and commercial refrigeration specialists, Tri Tech Refrigeration, the course provides participants with a nationally recognised certificate. Attendees sit for a test at the end of the day and those that pass receive a Statement of Attainment.
TTRA Ammonia Refrigerant Awareness Forum – Holiday Inn, Parramatta – Tuesday 29th August, 2017.
TTRA hosted a refrigerant aweness program to provide delegates with knowledge and understanding of the associated hazards of refrigeration plants and risk and prevention to on-site personnel.
The program included an introduction and ammonia training session and a session related to the new standards for refrigeration plants; ASNZS5149.
It is apparent that the new standards will create some challenges however TTRA are confident to work with our customers to ensure timely and effective compliance for individual sites.
Presenters on the day also included market leaders Northmore Gordon and Wattly who presented delegates with a brief overview of solutions for cost saving and energy efficiencies across the refrigeration industry. Delegates were invited to contact the representatives to learn more about the NSW Government's Energy Saving Scheme (ESS) and how ESCs can unlock money from government schemes, shortening the payback on any investment.
The bonus on the day for many was the opportunity to participate in the nationally recognised UEENEEJ178A Ammonia Safety Course through Superior Training Centre.
Successful participants who undertook the course will receive their ‘Statement of Attainment’.
Overview of offers:
(1) Ammonia Safety Kit – download order form here
(2) Ammonia Kit separate components - download order form
(3) Personalised on-site awareness and training program that addresses;
- High level training for plant maintenance personnel;
- Ammonia response plans;
- Plant conditions reports;
- Emergency action plans; and
- AS/NZS5149 & AIRAH non-compliance reviews of your refrigeration plant.
Congratulations to TTRA 2nd Year Apprentice Technician Nick Adamcewicz for achieving a Silver Medal from the Reece WorldSkills Regional Refrigeration Competition.
WorldSkills Australia is the nation’s premier platform for showcasing trades and skills through regional and national competition.
TRI TECH REFRIGERATION AUSTRALIA - MAYEKWA AUSTRALIA TRAINING PROGRAM in Japan commenced July 2017.
TTRA are pleased to announce the roll out of a joint training program between Tri Tech Refrigeration Australia and Mayekawa Australia.
The training program will provide an opportunity for Tri Tech service technicians to have on-site training at the Mayekawa Moriya Plant in Japan, to learn from the manufacturer how to rebuild screw and reciprocating compressors and fitting skills that are no longer taught at TAFE. Technicians will gain a thorough understanding of how these compressors work and see firsthand the manufacturing process in a world class facility.
An important aspect will be learning the discipline in process and the correct completion of paperwork which is essential to running a professional business in today’s competitive world.
A schedule has been developed to provide training to six TTRA technicians each calendar year; July and October.