Safety and Ethical Practice

Doing a World of Good Through Safety and Ethical Practice

As chemical engineers we are committed to the safe and responsible practice of our profession.

The Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative is a major global effort and core campaign priority to accelerate process safety education and better prepare graduates for the workforce.

Establishing consensus guidelines and educational initiatives is key to our industry’s current and future success.

The Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative is generously funded by support from members of the Founders’ Circle: BASF, Chemours, Chevron, Dow, DuPont, Eastman, lyondellbasell, AdvanSix, Celanese, Sabic, Bayer, Cabot, Covestro, Ecolab, ExxonMobil, Lubrizol, polarispartners, Univar and over 100 other industry supporters.

The AIChE Foundation put your gifts to work in the following ways:

  • Since launching in 2015, 657+ new faculty members were trained in process safety at industry-led workshops 
  • 182,615+ Safety and Chemical Engineering Education (SAChE) certificates were awarded to students worldwide
  • 673+ universities participating in Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative (UPSLI) curriculum    

Learn more about the Doing a World of Good Campaign.

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The Endowment

Increasing the AIChE Endowment is critical to the campaign and provides a secure and reliable source of funding to support vital programs across all priorities, both today and in the future. The success of the Doing a World of Good campaign will require support of every member of the AIChE community, as well as corporate partners and others who are passionate about meeting society’s greatest challenges.

On the brink of new possibilities for chemical engineering, we invite you to join us in a leadership role to help shape the profession for the future.


AIChE would like to thank corporate donors and individual donors for their early leadership. 

Together we can do a world of good.

For more information about how to get involved and/or make a contribution, please contact:

Lisa Lanzkowsky
Chief Development Officer

Natalie Krauser
Development Director