CEP: April 2015 Learn how to improve your management of change system by training workders to recognize hazards as indicators of change. Other topics this month include steam traps, tight oil, and humanitarian chemical engineering. Editorial Stand Up for Change Management of change (MOC) is an essential element of process safety management (PSM). The purpose of an MOC system is to evaluate and manage the hazards associated with alterations to process materials, processing conditions, equipment, maintenance materials, procedures, utilities, facilities, control systems, and so on. In the article “Recognize Hazards to Recognize Change” (pp. 40–44), Donald Lorenzo, Della Wong, and Mark Suyama liken managing change in the chemical process industries (CPI) to the challenge of piloting a ship on a voyage. Read more Share My Steam Trap Is Good — Why Doesn’t It Work? April2015Heat TransferJames R. RiskoEven a relatively new steam trap in seemingly good condition can fail if it is applied incorrectly. Here’s how to recognize and avoid situations that can lead to a failure. Working with Tight Oil April2015Back To BasicsTimothy OlsenCrude oil derived from shale plays is less expensive and more readily available than traditional crudes, but it poses unique challenges to refiners. Recognize Hazards to Recognize Change April2015SafetyDonald Lorenzo, Mark Suyama, Della WongImprove your management of change (MOC) system by training workers to recognize hazards as indicators of change. Humanitarian Chemical Engineering April2015Career CatalystJeremy D. Bendik-Keymer, Nwaynay Hlaing, Daniel Lacks, Evelyn B. TaboadaA broader view of ethics and professional responsibility considers the engineer’s impact on humanity. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.