CEP: June 2012 This month's CEP features Process Safety and Corporate Responsibility, Safety Data Sheets, Nitrogen by Pressure Swing Adsortion, and Harnessing Electricity to Operate Valves. Plus, read a special international focus on The Netherlands. Editorial They might be more expensive, but there’s probably no need to cancel your party plans just yet. “There’s lots of helium out there” says John Van Sloun, general manager — worldwide helium at Air Products, “but very little of it is being captured because the economics of doing so are not favorable.” Read More Share The Intersection of Process Safety and Corporate Responsibility June2012SafetyMichael J. DolanAs chemical engineers and leaders in the chemical process industries, we must ensure that process safety is integral to every aspect of what we and our companies do. Decoding Safety Data Sheets June2012SafetyRonald J. WilleyA safety data sheet holds a wealth of information that can help you safely and effectively handle chemicals in the lab, at the pilot scale, and on the production floor. Harness Electricity to Operate Valves June2012Back To BasicsJustin LedgerActuators automate valves by converting an input signal into motion. This article explains the basics of electric actuator design and explores the different types of electric actuators. Producing Nitrogen via Pressure Swing Adsorption June2012Reactions and SeparationsSvetlana Ivanova, Robert LewisPressure swing adsorption (PSA) can be a cost-effective method of onsite nitrogen generation for a wide range of purity and flow requirements. The Netherlands' Process Technology Networks June2012Global OutlookTjeerd Jongsma, Andrzej StankiewiczMarked by a culture of open innovation, the Dutch system of collaboration creates unique opportunities for advances in process technology. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.