12th Global Congress on Process Safety

April 10-13, 2016

From its initial meeting in 2005, GCPS has grown into the world's largest gathering practitioners from industry, regulatory bodies and academia. Presented by CCPS and the AIChE Safety & Health Division.

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12th GCPS Short Courses

The 12th GCPS will offer 7 short courses ranging from relief system design to critical thinking in process safety. Short courses will take place on Sunday, April 10, 2016 from 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Featured Speakers

Mark K. Cox

Mark K. Cox is Senior Vice President, Chief Manufacturing and Engineering Officer for Eastman Chemical Company.

Mark has responsibility for Eastman's global manufacturing, engineering and construction operations. He was previously Vice President, Worldwide Engineering & Construction, and prior to this was Vice President - Chemicals, Fibers & Performance Polymers Technology.

During his career at Eastman, Mark has served in a variety of management positions, including various leadership roles within the Business Management, Manufacturing, and Technology areas....Read more

Andreas C. Kramvis

Andreas C. Kramvis was appointed Vice Chairman of Honeywell in 2014. Previously he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies, one of the Strategic Business Groups in Honeywell.Read more

Allan J. McDonald

Allan J. McDonald received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Montana State University in 1959 and an M.S. in Engineering Administration from the University of Utah in 1967; retiring in 2001 from ATK Thiokol Propulsion after a 42-year career with the company. He was the Director of the Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Motor Project at the time of the Challenger accident and led the redesign of the solid rocket motors as Vice President of Engineering for Space Operations.Read more

Gord Winkel

Chair, Industrial Professor

Engineering Safety and Risk Management Program

University of Alberta

Retired as a Vice President from Syncrude Canada Ltd., Gord Winkel joined the University of Alberta in 2010 as Chair and Industrial Professor for the Safety and Risk Management Program in the Faculty of Engineering. In this capacity,  Gord has supported the establishment of the David and Joan Lynch School of Engineering Safety and Risk Management in 2015, with safety and risk management as a core competency course...Read more

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