Overview of Chemical Process Safety - A Work Process Perspective

Originally delivered Jun 27, 2018
Source: AIChE
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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In 60 minutes, examine the fundamentals of chemical process safety from a work process perspective and how to integrate them within your operation, including inherently safer design, pre-start-up and operating reviews, and process hazard analysis. Take this webinar for a fresh look at work flow along with the various activities involved in managing chemical risk, how they are relatd and how they build upon each other.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • The basics of chemical process safety
  • Managing chemical process risk
  • How activities within process safety are related
  • Incorporating inherently safer design, pre-start-up and operating reviews and process hazard analysis into your operation
Presenter(s): 

Ken First

Ken First is a recent retiree from the Dow Chemical Company and currently a Staff Consultant with AIChE Center for Chemical Process Safety and part-time Lecturer at the University of Michigan. He received his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Case-Western Reserve University and has more than 45 years industrial experience within Process Research, Process Engineering, AgroChemicals Manufacturing Technology, and Process Safety. Over the past few years Ken has developed various Process Safety training workshops and spreadsheet tools to assist study teams to be more productive....Read more

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