July 2005

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

University process safety curriculum I am responding to Angela Summer's editorial "Bhopal: Could it happen again?" (March 2005). Ms. Summers raises some important points in her piece regarding th..

University process safety curriculum I am responding to Angela Summer's editorial "Bhopal: Could it happen again?" (March 2005). Ms. Summers raises some important points in her piece regarding the Bhopal incident, but I feel that I must take issue with the rather sweeping statement attributed to the Mary Kay O'Conner Process Safety Center (MKOPSC). She indicates that Texas A&M University is one of the few universities worldwide that requires chemical engineering students, as part of the core curriculum, to take a course in process safety. My degree from UMIST, Manchester, UK (1992 – 1996), certainly contained a course in process safety and design which was part of

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