CCPS 7-Minute Seminar Series
CCPS created the 7 minute seminar with the goal of creating a large database of short seven minute videos that quickly inform a plant manager, engineer or operator about a specific piece of equipment. In 7 minutes professionals can have a “Take two for Safety” where they will review the mechanics and science behind the equipment of interest. This reference database will help eliminate simple mistakes caused by employees which lead to mechanical failures and potentially bigger catastrophes.
This video was developed to help explain a few basic principals in the identification process safety risk.
This video reminds us why we need to be so diligent with their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
A pressure relief valve is a type of valve used to control or limit the pressure in a system. It is generally considered your last line of defense in an overpressured situation.
Walk the line is a description of all of the things that operators do to make certain that they understand where energy will go when transferred. It presents the fundamental duties of operators.
This video depicts a case history of minor incident at a chemical storage facility which escalated to a major environmental incident.
Drive Between the Lines” short video is intended to illustrate, in a funny and easy way, the importance to operate the processes within the pre-established Safe Operating Limits and the potential c
CCPS interviews keynote speakers, poster presenters, and conference chairs at its Global Congresses on Process Safety. The video interviews below are listed in reverse chronological order.
Louisa Nara, technical director for the Center for Chemical Process Safety, sat down with Jordan Barab, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Mr. Barab spoke at the 10th Annual GCPS in New Orleans giving an overview of Executive Order 13650, which aims to improve chemical facility and security. In this video, Mr. Barab discusses the Executive Order and what role OSHA will play.
10th Global Congress on Process Safety Chair Jatin Shah sat down with Tuesday's lunch speaker Luke Kissam of Albemarle to chat about his talk entitled "Creating a Safety Culture". Luke is CEO & President of Albemarle Corporation, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of highly engineered specialty chemicals for a wide range of industries.
AIChE 2014 Past President Phil Westmoreland of North Carolina State University interviewed William Banholzer of the University of Wisconsin, who was the opening keynote speaker at the 2014 AIChE Spring Meeting and 10th Global Congress on Process Safety.
AIChE President Otis Shelton interviews Dr Bea Ponnudurai of PETRONAS, who shares thoughts from her 10th GCPS keynote and discusses process safety challenges and successes.
Nestor Fernando Saavedra, VP of Innovation and Technology for Ecopetrol in Colombia, presented the Wednesday keynote luncheon address entitled ” Ecopetrol’s Strategy and Challenges in Process Safety.” Laura Turci of CCPS had an opportunity to chat with Nestor before his keynote.
Nestor Saavedra of Ecopetrol speaks with CCPS's Laura Turci on process safety challenges in Latin America.
Aamir Farid, VP Manufacturing-Americas for Shell talks about energy and manufacturing opportunities and challenges. He delivered the keynote address entitled "Delivering Innovative Solutions for an Energy Future." at the 2013 AIChE Spring Meeting & 9th Global Congress on Process Safety.
V. V. Suryarau of Reliance Industries talks with CCPS Executive Director Scott Berger about process safety in India. The title of his talk is "Taking the Religion of Process Safety to the Land of Ancient Religions."
We spoke with Anjana Meel, PhD and research and development engineer at Safer Systems, to discuss her research on spills. The research compares shrinking vs. non-shrinking spills to help process safety engineers deal with spills quickly and efficiently.
Joe Stough speaks about his company's research to better understand how the best-performing companies are working towards improved safety in their facilities.
Gerardo Abalde, from Refineria Campana, Argentina was one of the speakers in the Poster Presentation Session at the 3rd Latinamerican Conference on Process Safety organized by CCPS. He talks about his poster on using risk matrices in accident prevention.
Nestor Spósito, project manager for Dow Argentina, and president of NFPA, Argentina Chapter, talks about his upcoming talk at CCPS Latin America entitled "Notwithstanding... They Keep On Happening," referring to fires and explosions. His talk will cover prevention and mitigation through globally applied international process safety standards. He also talks about the benefits of attending CCPS Latin America in Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 8-10, 2011.
Cheryl Grounds was the Conference Chair for the 7th Annual Global Congress on Process Safety held in Chicago of 2011. She talks about what's involved in putting a conference like the GCPS together, the theme of this year's conference, and what's in store for the future.
Jonathan Lizarazo of the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia discusses his poster and paper titled Fuels Transportation Network Design: Minimization of Risk Associated to Hazardous Materials Transportation.
Sergio García is a Chemical Engineer and student from the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia. We spoke with him at the 2011 Global Congress on Process Safety about his poster presentation and proceeding titled: An Evaluation of Denser Than Air Dispersion Models.
At the AIChE Spring Meeting and 2011 Global Congress on Process Safety, Thomas Braun talks about DrumQuik Pro product.