Monday, November 17, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Room 113-A (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Topical 6: AIChE Centennial: Chemical Engineering Education: Past and Future (T6)

#8 - A Century of Process Safety (Co-sponsored by CCPS and the Safety and Health Division) (T6008)
This session will bring together noted AIChE process safety professionals to review the history of process safety at AIChE and to highlight the technical and educational accomplishments achieved. This will include a history of the Loss Prevention Symposium, the Safety and Health Division, the Center for Chemical Process Safety, and the Safety And Chemical Engineering Education (SACHE) Program. A historical perspective on recent industrial progress, aided by AIChE efforts, will summarize the impact of OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard, EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) Rule, and the Vulnerability Assessments (initiated after the 9/11 terrorist attacks) on the safety programs in the chemical process industry.
Chair:Daniel A. Crowl
CoChair:Bruce K. Vaughen
CoSponsor(s):Education (04)
Pharmaceuticals (15b)
8:30 AMTwo Centuries of Process Safety at DuPont
James A. Klein
8:55 AMThe Process Safety Journey at Air Products
Shakeel Kadri
9:20 AMProcess Safety at OSHA
Lisa Long
9:45 AMHistory of Process Safety and Loss Prevention in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Dennis C. Hendershot
10:10 AMPreventing Accidents through Experience Based Learning
Scott Berger
10:35 AMSafety and Chemical Engineering Education - History and Results
Joseph F. Louvar

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