Phillips 66 Specialty Solvents facilities use Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) to ensure the reliability of operations and continued improvement. Training, processes, and procedures documentation are maintained online and audited. Technicians, operators, and maintenance personnel are regularly certified. Our laboratories maintain a Statistical Process Control (SPC) program and we track testing data in a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). Intermediate streams and finished products are checked for compliance with our specifications, and off-spec material is flagged to ensure quality product for our customers. Each Certificate of Analysis (COA) is tracked electronically.
Safety & Regulatory Resources
Phillips 66 Specialty Solvents is committed to Product Stewardship and Global Products Compliance. REACH, the European Union’s (EU) chemical regulation, requires EU manufacturers and importers to register substances in their products. As a non-EU entity within the supply chain, Phillips 66 Specialty Solvents has registered our substances within our product portfolio and will complete full registration as required per the REACH phase-in registration schedule. Phillips 66 Specialty Solvents pre-registered substances include the following: