Jing Chen is a project manager for CCPS, the Global Congress on Process Safety, and the AIChE Spring Meeting. She is in charge of conference programming and meeting organization for the aforementioned events. Jing is a chemical engineer with a background in process safety.
Get a sneak peek of the 22nd Process Plant Safety Symposium, which will be held virtually August 17–21.
There's a lot to look forward to at this year's Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, which will be held virtually August 17-21. Learn more here.
Registration is now open to academic faculty who wish to take part in the various free process safety workshops scheduled across the US this summer.
Matthew C. Koenings discusses the main themes of his talk, "The Upside of UPSLI: Ensuring a Safer Industry Through Undergraduate Process Safety Education."
Symposia Co-Chair Jerry Forest fills us in on Process Plant Safety Symposium topics at this year's CCPS conference. #GCPS
AIChE is partnering with industry leaders to provide free faculty workshops in process safety at various locations throughout the United States.
AIChE is partnering with industry leaders to provide free undergraduate workshops in process safety for chemical engineering students at various locations throughout the US.
AIChE is partnering with industry leaders to provide free faculty workshops in process safety for faculty at various locations throughout the US.
Following his welcoming keynote for the 14th GCPS Welcome Plenary Session, Michael Graff discussed main themes of his talk "Process Safety for a Sustainable World."
Kathleen Kas tells us about topics covered at the 52nd Annual Loss Prevention Symposium (LPS) ranging from process safety to fire protection and lessons learned from incident investigations.
Symposia chair Andrés Valencia tells us about Perspectives on Process Safety from Around the World to be held in Orlando, Florida.
Symposia chair Brooke Beveridge tells us about the 20th anniversary of the Process Plant Safety Symposium. #GCPS