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Chevron Phillips Chemical receives 16 Texas Chemical Council safety awards

TCC safety awards

Chevron Phillips Chemical announced today it received 16 safety awards from the Texas Chemical Council (TCC) for excellence in safety and operational performance.

Seven company facilities throughout Texas received recognition. The Pasadena Plastics Complex earned TCC’s highest honor, the “Best in Texas” safety award. The Borger plant received its first Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center Award, which celebrates innovations in process safety with no Tier 1 and 2 process safety events. 

Elliott Johnson, senior vice president of environment, health, safety and security said Chevron Phillips Chemical’s commitment to safe and reliable operations is vital to its success, and that earning these awards demonstrates our commitment to Our Journey to Zero EHSS strategy. “The awards reaffirm our core value of putting the safety of our employees, contractors and the communities where we operate, first and foremost,” Johnson said. 

“We are so proud of all our teams' hard work and dedication to safety excellence,” said Bryan Canfield, senior vice president of manufacturing. “This wouldn’t be possible without the collective efforts of all of you – thank you.”

TCC’s annual award program commemorates member companies that have displayed outstanding results in their commitment to safety, caring for Texas and their communities. Applications are anonymous and judged by a group of industry peers and community members. 

“We congratulate the 2022 TCC Award winners for their remarkable efforts in safety performance,” said TCC President Hector Rivero. “They continue to transcend expectations with their operational expertise. Their achievements serve as motivation to others in the industry, and we could not be more thankful for their astounding work.”

Company awards by location: 


  • Dr. Sam Mannan Award for Zero Process Safety Incidents
  • Excellence in Caring for Texas
  • Mary Kay O’Connor Distinguished Process Safety Award
  • Zero Contractor Incident 
  • Zero Employee Incident

Cedar Bayou (Baytown)

  • Caring for Texas

Kingwood Research and Technology Center

  • Caring for Texas 


  • Caring for Texas
  • Dr. Sam Mannan Award for Zero Process Safety Incidents

Pasadena Plastics Complex

  • Best in Texas
  • Caring for Texas
  • Dr. Sam Mannan Award for Zero Process Safety Incidents
  • Occupational Safety Distinguished Service
  • Zero Contractor Incident

Port Arthur

  • Caring for Texas

Sweeny, Clemens & Old Ocean Facilities

  • Sustained Excellence in Caring for Texas