Avoid Chemical Reactivity Incidents in Warehouses

February
2008

Use this approach for the initial evaluation of potential reactivity hazards in storage applications.

Author Bios: 

Scott Berger

Scott Berger, Director of AIChE's Industry Technology Alliances, joined CCPS in 2001 after 5 years at Owens Corning, where he held a range of Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) assignments including Director of EHS Strategic Management. Scott also worked for 18 years at Rohm and Haas Company in R&D, engineering, and EHS. Scott also has administrative responsibility for the Design Institute for Physical Properties (DIPPR), and the Design Institute for Emergency Relief (DIERS). Scott received a BS and MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Read more

Peter Lodal

Peter Lodal is a Technical Fellow and group leader of the Plant Protection Technical Services group at Eastman Chemical’s site in Kingsport, TN. He has been with Eastman in various positions for more than 32 years, 17 years in process engineering, and the past 15+ years in process safety and loss prevention.

He is Eastman’s representative to the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) Technical Steering Committee, is the chair of the CCPS Planning committee, and is the past chair of the Reactivity Management Roundtable (RMR). Pete chairs the Process Safety Subteam for the American...Read more

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