Dennis Hendershot is a principal process safety specialist for Chilworth Technology Inc. He spent more than 35 years with Rohm & Haas Co. He has served on a number of subcommittees of AIChE’s Center for Chemical Process Safety, including those for inherently safer design and hazard evaluation techniques. He authored the chapter on inherently safer design in “Guidelines for Engineering Design for Process Safety” and coauthor of “Inherently Safety Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach.” He also gives courses on inherently safer design for the Mary K. O’Connor Process Safety Center at Texas A&M University.

15 Posts in 13 Topics by 2 members

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How many individuals are required to satisfy OSHA's three PHA team roles? 23 July 2015 by Anonymous CP Reader 3
Regarding management of change, can you offer guidelines that help me to evaluate the level of risk for the change? 2 March 2015 by Anonymous CP Reader 2
Color coding for pipes 18 October 2006 by Dennis Hendershot 3
Is there a way to avoid classifying a finished good based on the hazards of the individual raw materials? 21 October 2014 by Anonymous CP Reader 2
What are the key areas to target during a technical reassessment of the overall overpressure protection of the revamped process? 17 June 2014 by Anonymous CP Reader 2
What kind of LOC scenarios are conceivable upon dry-running pump incidents? 14 January 2013 by Anonymous CP Reader 2
Are specific tests better than general tests regarding process safety? 20 September 2012 by Dennis Hendershot 2
What is the best method to neutralize a tank heel of Sulfuric Acid? 10 September 2012 by Dennis Hendershot 1
Why is the diameter size of a pressure safety valve outlet line bigger than the inlet line? 20 March 2012 by Dennis Hendershot 1
What are recommended color-code markings? 15 December 2010 by Dennis Hendershot 1