Keys to Excellence in the Practice of Process Engineering
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 1.00
Process engineering lies at the heart of many industries and is critical to their success. The chemical engineering classes you took as an undergraduate provided you with the basic tools required to practice process engineering. Yet to be truly effective as a process engineer, you must understand the key elements in your particular process.
In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn about key resources which you can use to gain a more complete understanding of your process. Because excellence in process engineering requires you to be up and moving and interacting with the individuals who operate the process on a daily basis, you’ll learn the importance of physical observations and human interaction to understanding your process. You’ll also learn how excellent process engineering goes hand-in-hand with the fundamentals of process safety management. After attending this webinar, you’ll return to the job with a new perspective on how to approach process engineering.
Take a look at your agenda:
- The importance of understanding your process entirely – from the smallest detail to how it fits into the larger plant process
- The physical layout and other things you may not realize are important
- Handling hard situations when no answer can be found in the back of a book
- Key areas both new and experienced process engineers can work on to improve their performance
Scott received a BS in Chemical Engineering from Kansas State University in 1980. He is a registered professional engineer in Texas (1985) and Oklahoma (1987). He began his career as a process engineer at Phillips Petroleum Company’s Borger Refinery in 1980 and retired as Fellow from ConocoPhillips Company after over 34 years in 2015. Over his career, Scott was inventor and co-inventor of 14 US patents. In March of 1997, he received the inaugural Master of Process Engineering certification from Phillips. Scott has always utilized his process engineering perspective in all of his diverse...Read more
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