SAChE® Certificate Program - Hazard Recognition
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Knowing what to do in chemical engineering starts with recognizing hazards. This introductory course will expand students’ knowledge of hazards found in chemical plants and other similar industrial operations where chemical engineers are employed. Students will learn how to recognize common types of hazards they might encounter, as well as to understand what these hazards mean in the overall system. Students will also learn to recognize conditions that may increase the severity of these hazards.
Dennis Bernhard is a retired Chemical Engineer, having spent 40 years working for Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. In the first half of his career, he was a process engineer, responsible for the design of cryogenic processes for the separation of light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, methane, helium and other gases from natural gas, refinery gases, and other sources. He moved into process safety in the second half of his career and was responsible for conducting PHA’s both for new as well as existing operating air separation and hydrogen plants, reviewing proposed changes...Read more
Tom Degnan is currently the Anthony and Sarah Earley Professor of Energy and the Environment in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame.
Prior to joining Notre Dame, Tom worked for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company for 15 years and for its predecessor, Mobil Technology Company for 19 years. He was responsible for managing and leading Mobil's and then ExxonMobil's catalyst technology programs for 15 years. For the last 6 years of his career at ExxonMobil, Tom led the company's downstream breakthrough R&D...Read more
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|Employees of CCPS Member Companies||$169.00|
|AIChE Graduate Student Members||Free|
|AIChE Undergraduate Student Members||Free|