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To obtain a P.Chem. you must have the right education from an accredited chemistry program. Also, between two to four years of experience of on-the-job internship must be completed. You must be registered with a licensing body.
The P-Chem or P.Chem. designation tells the public and your employer that you:
-are ethically and legally responsible for your work and highly value public safety;
-Continuously upgrade your knowledge;
-Adhere to a strict code of ethics;
-Maintain a high level of competence
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