Chemical & Petroleum Division
The Chemical and Petroleum Industries Division (also known as ChemPID) is organized within the Industry and Sciences Department of ISA. The primary focus of ChemPID is on issues related to acquisition and handling of raw materials and reagents and the processing and inspection required to produce and handle petroleum, natural gas, chemical and petrochemical products. The goal of ChemPID is to create an open forum for discussion with colleagues who are concerned with the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible production and transportation of materials and goods. ChemPID membership aligns your personal interests with your professional goals. You have a wealth of industry knowledge at your fingertips, and are on the cutting edge of technology and developments. In addition, you now have the opportunity to share your experiences as well as the opportunity to learn from your peers.
As a ChemPID member, you will join one of the largest divisions within ISA. There are numerous benefits and professional opportunities presented by ChemPID:
- Leadership Opportunities - The opportunity to improve your personal leadership skill level and participate on panel discussions as well as serving as a session developers for ChemPID conferences and symposia.
- Technical Writing - Reviewing papers or writing articles for the ChemPID newsletter or Web pages.
- Networking - Increase your visibility in the ChemPID industry to benefit both you and your employer and the opportunity to have a positive impact on the industry.
Valuable Information Resource - In addition to the above, ChemPID membership supplies:
- Two to three comprehensive industry newsletters per year featuring articles and papers from the ChemPID Members and symposium participants.
- Access to the ChemPID website that provides industry technical papers, web seminars, and a list serve of industry peers.
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