Customized Environmental, Energy, Health and Workplace Safety Seminars, Workshops, and Projects at Your Facility

Manufacturing Solutions (AEDC-MS) can provide energy, health and safety as well as regulatory environmental seminars, workshops, and projects at your facility. These seminars, workshops, and projects will be specific to your organization’s requirements and programs.

Each company has different requirements for safety and environmental training as well as energy reduction needs. AMS can help you design a training program based on the needs of your employees. You choose the programs that you need and AEDC-MS will provide site-specific assistance at your facility.

HAZWOPER Emergency Response Classes include 40-Hour, 24-Hour and 8-Hour refresher courses. Our hands-on courses can train your employees to respond safely to hazardous substance spills. Each course is site-specific to your requirements.

Energy Assessment Services
  • Access to the Industrial Assessment Centers (IAC) for Energy Assessments through the Department of Energy
  • Assist manufacturers with finding the right energy resource depending on their usage
  • Provide no cost or low cost self assessment information
  • Provide Energy Assessment Training through the Energy Efficiency Arkansas Program
  • Provide training in specific energy topics as requested. These classes would be dependent on enrollment
  • Usage of federal or state grants to complete Energy Assessments for qualified manufacturers
General Environmental, Health and Safety Services
  • Environmental and Safety Assessments
  • Noise Surveys
  • Industrial Hygiene Technical Assistance
  • Air Sampling
  • OSHA Training
  • RCRA Hazardous Waste Training
How can you get started?

To find out more about AEDC-MS Sustainability services, please contact Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions at 501-682-1179 or via email.

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August 2017
$35.00

Energy Auditing and Energy Savings in Commercial Buildings

August 15th @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Workforce Training Center
5501 Krueger Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72401 United States

This training program is intended to provide facilities personnel, energy managers, consulting engineers, and utility representatives with an overview of the standard procedures and practices for commercial building energy audits. Topics Include: Commercial building energy use and systems Energy audit levels 1, 2, and 3 ASHRAE ‘Green Guide’, Std. 100, Std. 211, and more Building efficiency best practices and efficiency measures Using energy audit templates and tools Making the business best case for efficiency The need for measurement and verification…

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$35.00

Fundamentals of Compressed Air

August 22nd @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Workforce Training Center
5501 Krueger Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72401 United States

274This one-day introductory course is designed to teach facility engineers, operators and maintenance staff how to achieve 15-25% cost savings through more effective production and use of compressed air. This Level 1 course can be taken as a stand-alone class; it is also a highly recommended prerequisite to the more intensive 2-day Level 2 course, Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems, which will be held August 23 & 24, 2017 in Little Rock, AR. Calculate the energy cost of compressed…

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$75.00

Advanced Compressed Air Training, Level 2

August 23rd - 24th @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Pulaski Technical College – Business and Industry Center: Room 203
3303 E. Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR 72206 United States

Optimizing your compressed air systems can lead to higher productivity, energy savings, increased product quality and greater efficiency. This advanced training teaches you to develop a system profile and address point-of-use issues, including determining actual air quality requirements and investigating and reducing highest point-of-use pressure requirements. Collect and use data and tools to assess the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of a compressed air system; Develop and use a system profile; Implement a system maintenance program; Address air quality, highest pressure requirements…

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September 2017
$35.00

Foundations of Industrial Energy Efficiency – Little Rock

September 27th @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Pulaski Technical College – Business and Industry Center: Room 203
3303 E. Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR 72206 United States

This training program is intended to provide facilities personnel, energy managers, engineers, and utility representatives with both basic and intermediate understanding of the latest energy efficiency methods, procedures, and best practices.  No matter your background, you will leave this workshop with an actionable understanding of how to save energy within an industrial facility. Justification for energy efficiency Best business practices of energy management State of industrial energy efficiency today Foundational understanding: Plant energy assessments methods and procedures Utility use, costs,…

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October 2017
$35.00

Foundations of Industrial Energy Efficiency

October 4th @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
SAU Tech
1615 Spellman Road
Camden, AR 71711 United States

This training program is intended to provide facilities personnel, energy managers, engineers, and utility representatives with both basic and intermediate understanding of the latest energy efficiency methods, procedures, and best practices.  No matter your background, you will leave this workshop with an actionable understanding of how to save energy within an industrial facility. Justification for energy efficiency Best business practices of energy management State of industrial energy efficiency today Foundational understanding: Plant energy assessments methods and procedures Utility use, costs,…

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$35.00

Understanding the Interactions of Pumps, Motors and Drives

October 25th @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Pulaski Technical College – Business and Industry Center: Room 203
3303 E. Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR 72206 United States

AC induction motors drive approximately 90% of all pumps. An ever-growing portion of pump systems are now managed by variable speed control such as variable frequency drive, eddy current drive mag drive or fluid drive. As the pump, motor, and driver operate as components of the same system, understanding how they react individually and to the other can have a significant impact on your plant’s bottom line. This one-day workshop on Pumps, Motors, and Drives will discuss how the pump,…

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November 2017
$35.00

Motor Systems Management for Reduced Energy Consumption

November 7th @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Pine Bluff Conventer Center
1 Convention Center Drive
Pine Bluff, AR 71601 United States

Virtually every industrial sector and commercial building in the U.S. uses induction motors, operating from fractional horsepower to over 10,000 horsepower. As a result of their power consumption, electric motor-driven systems in industrial settings represent approximately 29% of global and 69% of industrial electricity consumption. In the U.S. alone, energy costs to operate electric motors are estimated at $362 billion per year. This one-day workshop on Motor Systems Management will discuss the total life cycle cost factors of an induction…

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Company:  Rockline Industries

  • 69% improvement in production time in 3 months
  • 56% reduction in waste within 3 months
  • 16 senior leaders, 8 shift leaders trained and 6 workstations using Kata

The training provided by AMS has been very impactful. We are able to reach our sales demands on time with the accuracy expected, sustain the improvements desired, and grow our trained staff to optimize our available capacity.

Mark Clarke
Rockline Industries
Director of Manufacturing