Peter N. Lodal

  • Citation name:
    Lodal, P. N.
  • Affiliation:
    Eastman Chemical Company
  • State:
    TN
  • Country:
    USA

Peter Lodal is a Technical Fellow and group leader of the Plant Protection Technical Services group at Eastman Chemical’s Tennessee Operations site in Kingsport, TN. He has been with Eastman in various positions for more than 34 years, 17 years in process engineering, and the past 17 years in process safety and loss prevention. He is Eastman Chemical Company’s representative to the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) Technical Steering Committee, is the chair of the CCPS Planning committee. Pete chairs the Process Safety Subteam for the American Chemistry Council (ACC). Pete is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and a Fellow of the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). Pete holds BS (1976) and MS (1977) degrees in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University, and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Tennessee.

Groups/Topicals chaired or co-chaired:
Safety and Health Division2011 Spring Meeting & 7th Global Congress on Process Safety
Safety and Health Division2012 Spring Meeting & 8th Global Congress on Process Safety
Safety and Health Division2010 Annual Meeting
Safety and Health Division2011 Annual Meeting
Sessions chaired or co-chaired:
Global Congress on Process Safety - Joint Poster Session and Reception2008 Spring Meeting & 4th Global Congress on Process Safety
Pilot Plant, Small-Scale Production, and Laboratory Safety2012 Spring Meeting & 8th Global Congress on Process Safety
Pilot Plant, Small-Scale Production, and Laboratory Safety-22012 Spring Meeting & 8th Global Congress on Process Safety
Areas chaired or co-chaired:
Safety & Health Division2011 Spring Meeting & 7th Global Congress on Process Safety
Safety and Health Division2012 Spring Meeting & 8th Global Congress on Process Safety
Safety and Health Division2011 Annual Meeting
Authored:
(26d) AIChE and Process-Safety Policy
2016 AIChE Annual Meeting (ISBN: 978-0-8169-1097-7)
(78q) When Is a RIK Not a RIK?2009 Spring Meeting & 5th Global Congress on Process Safety
(16a) Applying PSM at a Major US Chemical Company2012 Spring Meeting & 8th Global Congress on Process Safety