Teaching Reactive Chemical Hazards to Chemical Engineers

Originally delivered Mar 3, 2010
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The recent recommendation by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board to include reactive hazards in undergraduate chemical engineering presents a challenge to chemical engineering departments who may not be familiar with how industry handles these hazards.

This webinar presents an introduction to how industry handles reactive chemical hazards, and provides resource material to teach this subject in an existing course in chemical engineering. Experimental methods to characterize reactive chemicals are presented, along with methods to manage and control reactive hazards in the work place.


Dr. Daniel A. Crowl

Dr. Daniel A. Crowl is currently an AICHE / CCPS Stff Consultant and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Utah.Read more

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