CEP: January 2001 In the past few months, you hopefully have heard the buzz about the changes afoot at CEP. Certainly, the last few issues have shown that attractive graphics and creative use of color can enhance the solid technical information that has long been a staple of this magazine... Share Cut the Cost and Raise the Reliability of Your Instrumentation January2001InstrumentationDavid W. King Succeed in Business in the Far East January2001Career CatalystLionel F. Laroche, Susan MoreyUnderstand what is expected of you when traveling to this burgeioning part of the world. Six Steps to Effectively Update and Revalidate PHAs January2001SafetyDavid K. Whittle, Kevin SmithProcess hazard analyses must be revamped — or redone from scratch — every five years by law. Following the guidance given here will facilitate this effort. Overcome Organizational Snags to Technology Transfer January2001ManagementJonathan H. WorstellCommercializing a new technology often means reaching accord between clashing groups. Here’s a road map to navigate these hurdles. Develop a Strategy for Residual Risk January2001Environmental ManagementMary F. McDanielUnderstand the implications of the pending regulations to better address residual risk and to develop an effective communications plan. Effectively Control Column Pressure January2001Reactions and SeparationsAndrew W. Sloley Maintaining proper pressure can play a crucial role in the stable operation of a distillation column. Here’s how to select the most appropriate pressure-control scheme. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine? It’s easy to request permission to reuse content. Simply click here to connect instantly to licensing services, where you can choose from a list of options regarding how you would like to reuse the desired content and complete the transaction.