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Process/Pilot Plant Worker
If you operate pilot equipment, you have a role in the Naperville/Cantera EMS!

If you operate a process or a pilot plant, here's what you need to know.

  • Know what is expected of office workers. Click Office Worker for details.
  • Know what is expected of lab workers. Click Lab Worker for details.
  • Report Permit-Required activities to Chicago Area Facilities Operations (CAFO) HSSE Staff.
  • Be familiar with the site operating procedures that are unique to your process such as Disposal of Waste.
  • Be familiar with the environmental aspects on which you have an effect (below).
    • Pre-treatment of process wastewater at B Building (1.10). 
    • Potential for accidental releases of liquefied petroleum gas from 300 Tank Farm (2.2).
    • Spill potential from transport of liquefied petroleum gas to 300 Tank Farm (7.2).
    • Fire/release potential from flammable liquid storage in pilot plants (8.8).
  • Conduct a Process Safety Review (PSR) if you plan to build or modify a pilot plant or process. Site HSSE monitors all PSRs to ensure that an environment assessment is conducted for all new projects.
  • Comply with air emission permit, water discharge permit and Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plan requirements. These are included in the Compliance Task Manager (CTM), which will prompt you to complete assigned tasks.


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