Lesson Learned: “Don’t be afraid to speak up”

Mike Moosemiller, Sr. Principal Consultant with BakerRisk, recently shared an experience for the November 2017 issue of Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP), a publication by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).

Under the Young Professionals Point of View article, Lessons Learned from Process Safety Incidents (and Near Misses), Moosemiller shared his lesson “Don’t be afraid to speak up”, as advice particularly directed at those with less seniority.

The article is a short but powerful reminder of the responsibility bestowed on those in the Process Safety industry.

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