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Chilworth to make India a major hub for process safety

Chilworth Technology, a global provider of process safety consulting, training, and laboratory testing services and part of the 2.5 billion-euro German major Dekra, is planning to make India a major hub in its international operations. Chilworth has already opened three offices in India at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi, employing 35 process safety experts. It is […]

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April 28th is the world day for safety and health at work!

Chilworth’s mission: making industrial work safer to save lives and protect assets. Our Process Safety Excellence services help clients prevent & protect people and assets for a safer world. Chilworth is a global organization devoted to help process industries avoid major fire, explosion and loss of containment events and improve performance to save lives and […]

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Chilworth Technology’s Process Safety Services Help Process Manufacturing Companies Affected by New NFPA 652: Standard on Fundamentals of Combustible Dusts

Princeton, N.J. (April 14, 2015) – Chilworth Technology, a DEKRA company, announced today that its Process Safety services will help all process manufacturing companies affected by the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 652: Standard on Fundamentals of Combustible Dusts, scheduled for release in 2015. The new standard addresses the fundamentals of recognizing and managing combustible […]

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Chilworth Technology’s Dust Explosion Testing and Process Safety Consulting Services Help Process Industries Address and Mitigate Combustible Dust Hazards

  Princeton, N.J. (February 16, 2015) – Chilworth Technology, Inc. (Chilworth) announced today that its dust explosion testing and Process Safety Management services will help all process manufacturing industries including the agricultural industries address OSHA’s hazard communications rule covering combustible dust. This rule was recently upheld by a federal appeals court in an October 24, […]

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Safety in Action 2015 Conference

We are delighted to announce the Safety in Action™ Conference in Orlando, FL on March 19-21, 2015. Safety in Action is about turning ideas into outcomes. It’s the only event in the world where employees from every level gather to address the 8 issues shaping safety now. Whether you want to move behavioral & process […]

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Chilworth’s 2015 Training Brochure & Schedule is Here!

Chilworth Technology’s 2015 Training Course Brochure and schedule is now posted. To download our 2015 Training Brochure, click here. You can view and register for all of our training courses and webinars by clicking here. To see our full 2015 schedule of free webinars, please click here. Please call us at 609-799-4449 for any questions.

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Have you discovered our new Global Testing Capabilities? More than data…

Good Process Safety practice demands a thorough understanding of the hazardous physical and chemical properties of materials you process. Gathering the data, however, is only the first step. Interpretation of the data and how it can affect your plant and process is key to ensuring targeted and accurate results. With an unrivaled track record, Chilworth has been […]

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2014 Safety in Action™ – (OCTOBER 8 & 9 th In AMSTERDAM)

We are delighted to invite you to attend the Safety in Action™ Conference in Noordwijk Aan Zee (Amsterdam), Netherlands, on 8 – 9th October 2014. This two-day event is being organized by our colleagues from BST (Behavioural Science Technology) and is specially designed for directors, managers and project managers for safety. This Safety in Action™ […]

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Lisa C. Hutto Joins Chilworth Technology’s Process Safety Management Practice

New Senior Process Safety Specialist Expands PSM Expertise in the Oil &Gas, Chemical and other Process Industries PRINCETON, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Chilworth Technology, Inc. (Chilworth) announced that Lisa C. Hutto has joined the company as Senior Process Safety Specialist. Lisa joins Chilworth with 20 years of HSE&S experience in the manufacturing, chemical, and oil & gas industries […]

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The Chemical Engineer publishes Chilworth’s article on Proposed Changes to OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard

Recent major incidents in the US have led to an increased awareness of safety issues related to the chemicals industry. So much so, that in tce 874, Chemical Safety Board (CSB) chair Rafael Moure-Eraso described the US as being in “the midst of a chemicals industry safety crisis right now”, and called for an “urgent […]

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