The health and safety of employees is paramount to the specialty chemical industry. Specialty chemistry produces high-value chemicals, which are used in products vital to consumers and industry and serve a range of important markets including performance chemicals, agricultural chemicals and pharmaceuticals. These chemistries are critical to virtually every sector of the economy and touch almost every facet of our daily lives, and SOCMA members are committed to producing them in a safe and responsible way.
Prioritizing safety in chemical production and transport is more than a practice, it’s a core principle and commitment in plant operations, product stewardship, business partnerships, and community engagement. SOCMA encourages and supports manufacturers to continuously improve their employee safety measures and the security of their facilities.
SOCMA Events & Webinars
May 11, 2023
With industry related incidents becoming more frequent it is important to raise awareness with regards to Emergency Preparedness & Response.
Join us as some of the industry leaders share their best practices for establishing community relations and awareness, conducting drills and utilizing feedback to be better prepared if incidents arise.
May 16, 2023
Material transfer related incidents can lead to spills and employee exposure.
We often forget to stop and analyze the risks associated with material transfer activities and how to mitigate them. Attend the second session in our series to learn from industry leaders Mike Burson, CSP, Seatex, LLC and, Tony Dublino, SafeRack as they share their best practices for material transfer.
Templates & Takeaways
This form can be utilized to help determine what does or does not work and identify what improvements may be made to your Emergency Response program.
On the first webinar as part of SOCMA’s Safety Emphasis Initiative programming, representatives from member companies Ascensus Specialties, Sofix, and VanDeMark Chemical shared best practices and procedures for developing, maintaining, and evolving their sites’ emergency response plans, and how to best engage with local emergency planning committees and other key groups.