Use this approach for the initial evaluation of potential reactivity hazards in storage applications.
Scott Berger has nearly forty years of experience in process safety and EHS management. From 2001 – 2015, he served as Executive Director of the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). Under his leadership, the body of knowledge and scope of practice of process safety expanded both technically and globally, growing from a primarily technical practice to one involving leadership, culture, and business. Transformative initiatives under his leadership included the Business Case for Process Safety, the fundamentals of Process Safety Culture, the next generation Guidelines for Risk Based...Read more
Peter Lodal is a Technical Fellow and group leader of the Plant Protection Technical Services group at Eastman Chemical’s site in Kingsport, TN. He has been with Eastman in various positions for more than 32 years, 17 years in process engineering, and the past 15+ years in process safety and loss prevention.
He is Eastman’s representative to the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) Technical Steering Committee, is the chair of the CCPS Planning committee, and is the past chair of the Reactivity Management Roundtable (RMR). Pete chairs the Process Safety Subteam for the American...Read more
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