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Program

Daily Grids:

Schedule Grid


April 10 (Tuesday)

09:00
Opening Ceremony
10:00
Keynote 1
How sustainability drivers are shifting the business landscape and the five business questions you need to be able to ask your CXO
G.Friend
11:00
Lunch - Exhibit Hall
12:00
Noon - 5pm
Student Presentations


TimeName TopicSchool
12:00-12:30Joe SlotaThe New Industrial Revolution is Nanotechnology-Do we know the Risks?UMD
12:30-1:00John K BackusFab Wastewater and Emerging Treatment Strategies Within the Semiconductor Industry to Reclaim Ultra-Clean WaterStout
1:00-1:30Kim Becker (Smith)Use of Vascular Plants in Treatment of Heavy Metals in Wastewater: Possible Uses in the Semiconductor IndustryUMD
1:30-2:00Melissa BurchamIntergrated ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001:Risk AssessmentMurray State
2:00-2:30Caitlin AndersonMeasuring Metrics for Maximum EH&S PerformanceUMD
2:30-3:00Jennifer SchumannApplying a Hybrid Analysis Tool to Assess Wet Chemistry Process Within the Semiconductor IndustryStout
3:00-3:30William ReynoldsReduction of Energy Consumption by Air Handling andExhaust Systems in Semiconductor Manufacturing FacilitiesUMD
3:30-4:00Phillip ClarkHydride Gas Detection in Silica Filtration ProcessColorado
4:00-4:30Samantha BrichacekDisaster Planning for Infectious Disease OutbreaksUMD
4:30-5:00Marc C. OberstarThe implementation of Control Banding in the Semiconductor IndustryStout
13:00 Bootcamp - How to make a chip
Take the Virtual Fab Tour
V.DeGiorgio
13:00 Safety/IH
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
M.Sullivan
13:00 Environmental / Facilities
Hazardous Materials Systems - Alternative Means and Methods of Fire Code Compliance
D.Hansen, V.Gopalakrishna
13:45 Safety/IH
Current Topics in Industrial Hygiene
T.ROHM
13:45 Environmental / Facilities
Hazardous Materials Systems Permitting – A Partnering Approach
V.Gopalakrishna, D.Hansen
14:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:00 Bootcamp - Review of Epi Tools
EPITAXIAL REACTORS: Operational, Facilities and Maintenance EHS concerns
J.O\'Hehir
15:00 Safety/IH
Ergonomics - Human Factors and Challenges of Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
R.Macklin
15:00 Round Table 1
Leveraging Product Innovation for Sustainable Environmental Compliance
D.Cote
15:45 Bootcamp - Review of Photo Tools
Hazards Associated with Litho Equipment
C.Greenberg
15:45 Safety/IH
Statistics: An Introduction To An New Way Of EHS Analysis and Reporting
M.Fessler
16:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
17:00
Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall
19:00
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April 11 (Wednesday)

09:00
Keynote 2
Planning for Success in China: Understanding the Key Product-related ESH Regulations Such as China RoHS
R.Ferris, Jr
10:00
Break - Exhibit Hall
10:30 Bootcamp - Review of Etch Tools
Plasma Etch Equipment Safety Considerations
B.Claes
10:30 Safety/IH
The Laws are Changed
R.Hanselka
10:30 International ESH Issues
Chemical control measures: comparison of the approaches in the EU and the US at Federal and State level
R.Donkers
11:15 Bootcamp - Review of Diffusion Tools
EHS Concerns with Diffusion Processes
E.Mulenga
11:15 Safety/IH
Top 20 OSHA violations in the semiconductor industry
J.Jamali
11:15 International ESH Issues
Are you ready for REACH?
P.Natarajan
12:00
Lunch - Exhibit Hall
13:00 Bootcamp - Review of Implant Tools
Hazards associated with the use and preventive maintenance tasks of Ion Implanters
N.Tyrrell*, M.D\'Agostino
13:00 SEMI Standards Roundtable
Overview of SEMI EHS Standards and Safety Guidelines
I.McLeod
13:00 Environmental / Facilities
The Role of POU Abatement in Sustainable Manufacturing
J.Holsbrink, W.Worth
13:15 SEMI Standards Roundtable
Industry Standards: Adding Value to Equipment Safety Design
C.Greenberg
13:30 SEMI Standards Roundtable
SEMI Safety Guidelines: Design or Performance?
E.Sklar
13:45 Bootcamp - Review of Thin Films
Hazards Associated with Vapor Deposition Capital Equipment
P.Kryska, A.Brewster
13:45 SEMI Standards Roundtable
Discussion
13:45 Environmental / Facilities
300-mm Abatement: The Devil is in the Details
J.Van Gompel
14:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:00 Bootcamp - Review of Back Grind / CMP
Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) Process Hazards
R.McLean
15:00 Emergency Preparedness
Preparedness Planning for Businesses – Pandemic Influenza and Bioterrorist Attacks
J.Burkhart, C.Wilder
15:00 Environmental / Facilities
Introduction to AERMOD and Semiconductor Industry Case Study
G.Smedley
15:45 Product Stewardship
Product Ecology Regulation and its Impact on the Electronics Industry and Beyond
T.Brady, T.Rallison, L.Young
15:45 Emergency Preparedness
Equipment Decontamination, Recovery, & Restoration: Lessons Learned – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
C.Svendsen, R.Barnes
15:45 Environmental / Facilities
New cooling water control technology facilitates fabs’ water reuse strategies
J.Duncombe, E.Madera, S.Hatch
16:30
TERF Update
17:00
END

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April 12 (Thursday)

09:00
Keynote 3
Global Warming: More Than Hot Air
D.Chapman
10:00
Break
10:30 Emerging ESH Issues
Nanotechnology Health and Safety Issues
R.Kelly
10:30 Workers' Comp/General Wellness
Assessing Fitness-for-Duty in a Medical Framework
R.Blink, MD, MPH
10:30 ESH Management
Implementing OSHA VPP at a Semiconductor Facility
D.Ayers
11:15 Emerging ESH Issues
Nanoparticle Monitoring in Occupational Environments - Comparing and Contrasting Measurement Metrics
G.Olson
11:15 Workers' Comp/General Wellness
“Investing in Wellness Programs to Improve Health and Manage Costs.”
J.Luthra
11:15 ESH Management
Overcoming Environmental Challenges with Management of Change in R&D Facilities
D.Schiller, H.Subedar, N.Hawk
12:00
Lunch
13:00 Emerging ESH Issues
Challenges of LEED© for Advanced Technology (AT) Facilities
A.Chasey, J.Beasley
13:00 International ESH Issues
International EHS Management Systems and Compliance Auditing Protocols - Development, Application And Challenges
S.Trammell
13:00 Environmental / Facilities
Special Facilities Safety Section in Partnership with the Silicon Valley Chapter of The Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE)

“NFPA 70E Practical Challenges and Solutions”
Panel Presentations
  • Introduction & Overview
  • Failure Analysis of Recent Arc Flash Incidents - Findings You Need to Know
  • Arc Flash Calculations - What Other Companies are Doing
  • The Myths and Realities of Working Live
  • Audience Q & A Panel Discussion

A.Taylor, W.Vahlstrom, S.Metzger
13:45 Emerging ESH Issues
Silicon to Solar: Semiconductor Technology for Renewable Energy
B.Sherin, CSP
13:45 International ESH Issues
Measuring and Reporting EH&S Performance in a Global Economy
L.Wilk, P.Esty
14:30
Break
15:00 Emergency Response
Chlorine Trifluoride, Silane and Trimethylaluminum in the Semiconductor Facility, Unique ER and Safety Challenges
E.Ngai
15:00 Safety/IH
Equipment and Facility Decommissioning: How Can Wipe Sample Results Be Used to Verify Process Equipment and Facility Decontamination During Decommissioning?
B.Belk
15:00 Environmental / Facilities
Special Facilities Safety Section in Partnership with the Silicon Valley Chapter of The Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE)

“NFPA 70E Practical Challenges and Solutions” Continued
  • Organizational Culture Change Needed to Support 70E Required Work Practices
  • Realities of working in Arc Rated PPE - An Interactive Demonstration
  • Lessons Learned - SLAC Arc Flash Accident

D.Thornton, B.Schweigert, P.Anthony
15:45 Emergency Response
Emergency Response in Semiconductor Fabs
C.Cashion
15:45 Safety/IH
How To Survive A Corporate Environment & Safety Audit
D.Pompa
16:30
Closing Ceremony - SESHA Business Update
17:00
END

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Professional Development Courses (PDC)


TWO DAY PDC's - Full Day Courses Friday and Saturday (8AM - 5PM, Lunch from Noon - 1PM)
PDC 11 2-Day, • NFPA 1600, Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs
Donald L. Schmidt; NFPA


Friday ALL DAY PDC's - Full Day Courses (8AM - 5PM, Lunch from Noon - 1PM)
PDC 1 1 – Day NFPA 70E™, Electrical Safety in the Workplace™
Noel Williams; NFPA
PDC 2 Applied Industrial Ergonomics
TONY* SILVA; Humantech
PDC 3 ADIR™ WORKSHOP: Developing an Effective Asset Decommissioning and Investment Recovery Program

Cancelled
PDC 4 Emerging Nanotechnologies -- Tremendous Promise, but also Uncertainty and Risk; Afternoon Tour of the Stanford Nanotechnology Laboratories
C. Michael Moffitt, Ph.D., Paul Rissman, Ph.D., Larry Gibb; Innova Science & Medicine, LLC and Stanford University


Friday AM PDC's - Morning Courses (8AM - Noon)
PDC 5 Understanding Safety Culture
Marc Axelrod; Boeing Company, Beverly Hills, CA


Friday PM PDC's - Afternoon Courses (1 - 5PM)
PDC 6 Advanced Fall Protection: Explaining The New National Standards
Nigel Ellis, Ph.D., CSP, P.E., CPE; Fall Safety




Saturday ALL DAY PDC's - Full Day Courses (8AM - 5PM, Lunch from Noon - 1PM)
PDC 7 1-Day, NFPA Electrical Inspection for the Safety Practitioner

Cancelled
PDC 8 Applying SEMI S22-1103: Safety Guideline for Electrical Design of Semiconductor Mfg Equipment

Cancelled
PDC 9 Building Design and Equipment Installation Considerations for Hazardous Material Use in Semiconductor and Life Science R&D Laboratories

Cancelled
PDC 10 Building, Fire and Mechanical Codes and Your Legal Responsibilities
Reinhard Hanselka, PE, REA; SESHA, Santa Clara County, CA

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