CCPS Membership Costs

To determine the appropriate dues for a company, we begin by evaluating the company financials available within the annual report.  We would then contact the company to discuss our proposed dues amount.  Once an agreement on dues has been reached, CCPS invoices the company and provides a receipt upon payment. CCPS is happy to now offer an Emeritus member status. See information below

To learn more or discuss becoming a member, please contact CCPS at (646) 495-1371 or email ccps@aiche.org.

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Chemical and Petroleum Manufacturers

Dues are based on annual sales (in US dollars) of chemical and petroleum products.
To estimate your company's annual dues, download below.

Download C&P Manufacturers Dues Estimate

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

Dues are based on annual sales (in US dollars) of pharmaceuticals.
To estimate your pharmaceutical company's annual dues, download below.

Download Pharma Manufacturers Dues Estimate

Other Manufacturers and Non-manufacturers

This includes consulting, engineering, insurance, equipment, and testing companies.
Annual CCPS dues for non-manufacturers are set at a fixed annual rate of $7,600.

Associate members

Organizations not included in the categories above. Annual dues for associations and government entities are $7,600.  Reduced benefit/lower cost options are available.

CCPS Emeritus Program

When a CCPS sponsor representative reaches retirement age, he or she has attained a wealth of experience and knowledge of Process Safety.  Most of these individuals have been dedicated to Process Safety over many years, and when they retire they wish to continue contributing for many years to come.  Therefore a class of Emeritus Members has been created.  Such members would make both technical and financial contributions to CCPS, guide CCPS direction, mentor the next generation of CCPS, and in most if not all ways continue their participation in CCPS as they did when employed. Read more

To apply for emeritus, please call (646) 495-1372.

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is recognized as a 501 c (3) not-for-profit organization.  Membership dues may be considered tax-deductible, or eligible for funding from charitable foundations.