CCPS Conferences & Events

2014 Global Summit on Process Safety

December 15-16, 2014

The Global Summit organized by the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) is one of the initiatives to transform CCPS process safety vision 2020 into result oriented actions for achieving process safety excellence. This global summit on process safety is one of the initiatives to transfo

2015 AIChE CCPS Asia-Pacific Conference

February 9-11, 2015
Focusing on process safety best practices and challenges, upstream and midstream operations in the Asia-Pacific region, the conference builds on 2013’s successful process safety workshop held in Perth, Western Australia.

Education

This intensive 4-day course is also offered periodically throughout the year to the broader chemical engineering public. Taught jointly by process safety veterans with decades of experience at major companies from the process industries, the course is highly interactive.

This course teaches you how to prepare for PHAs, how to ensure compliance with current U.S. regulations related to PHAs, and how to conduct and report PHAs.

The course covers the US OSHA PSM 14 regulatory requirements as well as the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) 20 element approach to process safety.

This course will introduce you to the CCPS Risk Based Process Safety Management (RBPS) approach, described in the CCPS book Guidelines for Risk Based Process Safety, 2007.  It covers the four pillars and twenty elements that define the structure for the RBPS approach.

In this CCPS course you’ll hear from process safety expert Brian Kelly for an up-to-date look at the causes and contributors to major incidents in the process safety industry and the latest engineering solutions.

CEP Magazine

Take the FUN Out of Process Safety

February
2014
Safety
Peter Lodal
Process safety can be approached in many different ways. This article provides an unconventional way of looking at process safety that ties together wide-ranging ideas from seemingly disparate fields.

Protect Your Process with the Proper Flame Arresters

December
2013
Safety
Michael Davies
A flame arrester may be installed to keep an external flame out of a tank or vessel or to ensure that a flame burning within a pipeline does not propagate to other equipment. Use the information presented here to determine what type of device is appropriate for your application.