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Pasadena ISD’s Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School has 24 pathways from which students may choose, ranging from agriculture to welding. The 24 pathways are part of 6 academies: Agriculture, Health Services, Business and Human Services, Manufacturing and Construction, Technology and Engineering, and Transportation and Shipping. Students must apply to attend the high school, which PCAC visited in November 2018.
- May 26, 2020-- An Interim Report on Lessons PCAC Plants Have Learned to Date about COVID-19. Summary
- April 28, 2020-- Chemical Industry Hurricane Preparedness. Summary. Speaker Slides
- March 26, 2020-- Cancelled. Summary
- February 25, 2020-- Annual Report on Worker Safety PCAC Plants. Round Robin on Effective Worker Safety Programs. Summary Safety Report Orientation
- January 28, 2020-- Industry Impacts on the Community: Jobs, Community Relations Programs, and Taxes. Summary
- December 5, 2019 -- Center for Petrochemical, Energy and Technology Tour. Summary
- October 22, 2019 -- Annual Emissions Report. Summary. Emission Highlights. EPA TRI State Comparisons.
- September 24, 2019 -- Community Relations Programs. Summary.
- August 22, 2019 -- Program Planning. Summary.
- May 28, 2019 -- Developing the Workforce. Summary.
- April 23, 2019 -- Emergency Response Equipment and Community Warning Systems. Summary.
- March 5, 2019 -- Joint CAC Meeting: Consequences of Regulatory Changes on the Economy and the Environment. Summary. Speaker Slides: Honeycutt, Craft, Beskid.
- April 25, 2018 – Joint Meeting with Bay Area Community Advisory Panel to hear Dr. Sam Mannan on Ranking of Chemical Facilities Based on Potential to Cause Harm to the Public. Summary.
At each meeting, plants report workplace-related worker injuries and illnesses recorded as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Occasionally, PCAC schedules plants to talk about their safety programs. Since 2010, the group has incorporated a Safety Moment into each meeting. Presented by a PCAC plant, the moment may be about safety specific to that plant or about preventing the kind of accidents common in everyday life.
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Every year or so, PCAC develops a Program Plan to assure it is addressing issues of greatest interest to community members. Community members, plant members, and guests brainstorm topics they believe PCAC should address. Using sticky dots, they choose those they most want to cover in the coming year. By using different colors for community and plant members, PCAC is able to schedule the topics of most community interest. Members may also see whether there are differences in what community and plant members want to discuss. The Program Plan is flexible and may be changed by group agreement. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are issues you would like PCAC to address