November 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: How best to secure HPI facilities is debated

The week of Oct. 1, the Center for Chemical Process Safety held a conference in Toronto, Canada. The mood was subdued; everywhere conversations centered on September 11. Many attendees were asking abo..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The week of Oct. 1, the Center for Chemical Process Safety held a conference in Toronto, Canada. The mood was subdued; everywhere conversations centered on September 11. Many attendees were asking about plant security in these troubled times. David Speights, associate director of the U.S. EPA, presented an informative talk about the EPA's responsibilities during this crisis. They had teams at ground zero at both locations within hours of the attacks. He also talked about what the HPI should be looking at to protect itself. He was not the only speaker to talk about HPI responsibilities for safety, but his speech was certainly the most personal as he was in Washington, D.C. during the crisis

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