Mr. Phillips is an accomplished editor with over thirty years of comprehensive experience directing print, online, and electronic media projects in fast-paced, time-sensitive, information-driven industries. He is highly proficient in XML, desktop publishing, word processing, and database management. Prior to E2G, Mr. Phillips worked as the Editorial Director for Conway Greene Co. where he created the print publishing division and worked closely with XML, HTML, databases, and electronic media. His professional responsibilities included editing, managing, and updating the database of legal content; overseeing the design, layout, paging, and prepress of print products; editing and testing electronic media; and updating and editing the company website. As a Project Manager for Lachina Publishing Services, Inc., Mr. Phillips managed textbook production from manuscript to bound books, which included copyediting, proofreading, indexing, and book dummying, on time and within budget.
Damage Mechanisms in the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry
This course provides an overview of the primary damage mechanisms (DMs) applicable to fixed equipment in the chemical and petrochemical industry and included in API RP 571. The course associates some of these DMs with major process units at chemical and petrochemical facilities, highlighting where these DMs are usually observed. For other DMs, the course presents the process environments or equipment in which the DMs manifest themselves.