What is NFPA 30?

NFPA 30 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, published by the National Fire Protection Association, provides safeguards and guidelines to reduce the hazards associated with the storage, handling and use of flammable and combustible liquids. Enforceable under OSHA and many state and local regulations, NFPA 30 is one of the most widely recognized practices accepted in industry today.

Course Offering:

The Protectoseal Company is proud to host a 1-day training course that will provide the participant with the latest and the most comprehensive fundamentals required to protect your facility and/or processes contained within the NFPA 30.

Topics covered will include, but not limited to:

Fire and Explosion Prevention and Risk Control / General Storage Requirements / Dispensing, Handling, Transfer and Use / Aboveground Storage Tanks / Piping Systems

Upon completion of this training course, the attendee will receive:

  • Certificate of completion with 7 contact hours (.7 CEUs)
  • Complimentary copy of the 2018 Edition NFPA 30 Code Book, a $75.00 value

OPTIONAL - Attend the ½ day "Vapor & Flame Control Equipment Overview" and plant tour to see how Protectoseal can help you meet the stringent safety code requirements in your facilities.

Please refer to the left sidebar for more details, course itinerary as well as registration form.

Why should you attend?

  • Gain a clear understanding of the hows and whys behind the rules for safe storage, handling and use of flammable and combustible liquids in the latest edition Code.
  • Interact with the NFPA expert instructor, Protectoseal staff and other industry professionals while reviewing concepts and regulations that have been adopted worldwide.
  • Learn how to identify and address real life safety concerns in your facilities and/or processes.
  • Receive specific information on the safety parameters associated with the storage of combustible liquids in Aboveground Storage Tanks (ASTs) and Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) along with an emphasis on the hazards inherent with the manifolding of the vent piping of these tanks.
  • Review the specifics needed to calculate tank relief requirements for normal venting as well as for venting in the case of external fire involvement (emergency venting).