The new Chemical Operations Training Tool is now available for SOCMA Members! Our new training tool delivers quality training that grabs your attention and bolsters content retention. This one-stop training program can be utilized as a stand-alone resource or incorporated with your existing training processes.

The training tool kit consist of four interactive learning units plus a 5th unit that contains 25 additional learning animations. Each unit is subdivided into chapters that contains the following:

  • Chapter Summary
  • Instructions
  • Learning Objectives
  • Table of Content
  • Process Equipment Animations are embedded into each chapter

Each process equipment animation consists of three elements:

  • A vivid 3D animation that conveys appearance, major components, and principles of operation
  • An interactive exercise to identify components and their locations
  • Self-assessment exercises to confirm comprehension of operating principles

Join us on Thursday, January 30, 2019 at 2:00PM EST for the Chemical Operations Training Tool Webinar. C&S Team will walk you thought the whole experience of the new Chemical Operations Training Tool. From purchase process to downloading app and pdf, our technical staff will guide you through the process and answer any questions about this new tool.

SPEAKER BIOS

Joe Dettinger brings more than 16 years of industry and technical expertise to SOCMA’s Compliance and Stewardship programs, where he is leading the effort to modernize ChemStewards® and introduce a new Chemical Operations Training Tool. Most recently, Joe served as Director of EHS&S and Government Relations at Bimax. Joe began his career with Bimax as a chemical operator and quickly advanced into a supervisory role. Within two years he was promoted to Regulatory Affairs Manager and was tasked with building and leading Bimax’s EHS&S program. Joe has a B.S. in environmental engineering and an MBA, from Pennsylvania State University. He also holds a CSP designation from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

Emylyn Noma is a Chemical Engineer by trade and currently manages the ChemStewards® EHS&S program at SOCMA. In addition to her role with ChemStewards, Emy provides technical expertise for the association’s commercial services and compliance and stewardship arms. Before joining SOCMA, Emy was a Technical Support Engineer at Emerson Process Management and spent six years as Process Engineer in the semiconductor industry. She headed the end of line process and led the Statistical Process Control (SPC) team both at Cypress Semiconductor and Amkor Technologies Philippines.