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  • Prepare for More Safety Inspections

    A recently launched enforcement program targets chemical facilities.

    Michael J. Hazzan and Martin R. Rose, AcuTech Consulting Group
    07/28/2010
  • Repair Your Mechanical Integrity Program

    The first step in creating an effective mechanical integrity program is to accurately interpret how these broadly written performance-based requirements apply at each site.

    Michael J. Hazzan, Chemetica, Inc./AcuTech Consulting Group
    11/15/2005
  • Avoid Alarm Blunders

    Ineffective alarm systems pose a serious risk to safety, the environment, and plant profitability. Too often, alarm system effectiveness is unknowingly undermined by poorly-configured alarms. Read about these 12 common mistakes that can undermine the management of your alarm system.

    Michael Marvan
    07/12/2006
  • Make Safety Second Nature

    A strong focus on building the right corporate culture is crucial.

    Michael R. Gambrell, The Dow Chemical Co.
    09/19/2011
  • Portable conveyor speeds paint production

    Unit ensures a consistent flow of soft acrylic powder without lumps or sticking, improving the production of thermoplastic paint.

    Michel Podevyn, Spiroflow Systems, Inc.
    10/30/2007
  • Dealing With Deadly Dust

    Proper dust collection, ventilation and filtration will improve product quality.

    Mike Bacidore, chief editor for our sister publication Plant Services
    01/31/2013
  • Prevent Simulation Meltdowns

    Avoid the five most common pitfalls of steady-state process modeling

    Mike Donahue and Richard Pelletier, SimSci by Schneider Electric
    09/16/2015
  • Refinery Tackles Water Issues

    Skid-mounted treatment unit improves water quality and cuts costs

    Mike Jenkins, Progressive Water Treatment
    05/27/2016
  • Tap into Tollers

    Many chemical companies, prompted by factors such as a lack of in house expertise, equipment and permits for making certain materials, are moving production outside. Tollers, in turn, are seeking to become their partners, not just contract manufacturers.

    Mike Spear
    07/25/2005
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