The Lees Medal for 2021 is awarded to Michael Rantell.
This webinar will be focused on the subject of safety and loss prevention. Michael's article, "Historical runaway reaction case study (January 1992)" is of a runaway reaction and loss of containment incident in a batch process for synthesis of chemical intermediates for pharmaceutical products. The article includes a useful description of, and signpost to, reaction thermal hazard assessment best practice.
Michael Rantell, Process Safety Lead, Novartis
Michael Rantell completed an MEng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 1993. Michael then joined Courtaulds (Accordis) where he worked as a Process Engineer until 2002.
After this, Michael joined his current employee, Novartis, as a Process Engineer and has since been employed as Production Manager and most recently as Process Safety Lead.
Michael is a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council, CPS certified Process Safety Professional, a certified Professional Process Safety Engineer with IChemE, and a Chartered Member of IChemE.
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