Share All participants in the Chem-E-Car Competition® at the regional or national level must take and pass the test below. A list of eligible participants are listed below. Training The two safety lectures below were coordinated by SAChE (Safety and Chemical Engineering Education) and the Chem-E-Car Competition® committee. Lectures Part 1 and 2 should be viewed in their entirety before taking the online test. The links below don't work in the Chrome browser, so please use Safari or Internet Explorer. Chem-E-Car Competition® Safety Training Lecture - Part 1 (Time: 35 minutes) Trouble viewing the video? Part 1 PDF Format Chem-E-Car Competition® Safety Training Lecture - Part 2 (Time: 21 minutes) Trouble viewing the video? Part 2 PDF Format Test The test consists of 25 random multiple choice questions drawn from a question bank. Once you have passed with an 80% or higher, your name will be added to a list at AIChE National which qualifies you to compete on your Chem-E-Car Competition® team. If you fail the test, you are able to take it again. Please be sure to include your full name and university when you access the test (e.g. Joseph A. Smith, State University) to ensure you receive credit. Chem-E-Car Competition® Safety Training Test If you have questions about taking the Chem-E-Car Competition® Safety Test, you can e-mail email@example.com. Eligible Participants The list of eligible participants as of April 10, 2017. This list includes all the test results from April 2016 - present. Participants must complete the safety tests within one year of competing in the competition. Chem E Car Safety Test Results_as_of_4.10.2017Related Content: Chem-E-Car Competition® Rules As part of AIChE's commitment to safety in industry and laboratory environments, student teams and their advisors will be asked to demonstrate a commitment to safety awareness, safety planning, and safe practices as a standard component of their participation.