Process Safety Workshop BASF Hosts First Faculty Workshop on Process Safety As a Founders’ Circle member of our Doing a World of Good campaign, BASF recently hosted their first process safety workshop to better educate faculty and provide an in-depth look at the importance of process safety education for undergraduates. At their manufacturing facility in Wyandotte, MI – BASF welcomed 26 faculty members from Universities around the globe for a three-day workshop, including a tour of the facility itself. Everyone who teaches chemical engineering should attend this workshop, said H. Scott Fogler The faculty workshops provide educators with the tools needed to integrate process safety into their curricula and prepare students for careers in the chemical engineering industry. As a core priority of the Doing a World of Good campaign, the Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative is a major global movement to positively shape the profession for decades to come. Topics at this workshop included creating a safety culture, behavior-based safety, hazard identification and risk management, and technical discipline. BASF, as well as CCPS staff, shared best practices and real life situations to help demonstrate the importance of process safety education. “The workshop was a valuable opportunity for BASF to coordinate with engineering faculty to further emphasize the importance of process safety education and management,” said Gregg Kiihne, BASF Director of Process Safety. “Process safety is an increasingly critical aspect of chemical engineering.” “The workshop was amazing and it changed how I think of, and how I will teach process safety.” - Helen Durand, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at Wayne State University Doing a World of Good Through Safety and Ethical Practice AIChE’s Doing a World of Good campaign is a 5-year, $15 million effort that brings together industry, academia and AIChE’s 60,000 members to collectively advance chemical engineering and bring that expertise to bear in addressing societal needs. 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. To learn more on how your company or University can get involved, please contact, Lisa Lanzkowsky at email@example.com. Learn more about Safety and Ethical Practice, a core campaign priority to accelerate process safety education and better prepare graduates for the workforce.