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SESHA - 25th Anniversary Celebration

2003 Annual Symposium

April 13-17, 2003

Marriott Rivercenter, San Antonio, Texas

Photographs posted!
Click here for photographs taken during the SESHA Fellows Awards Ceremony at the SESHA 2003 Annual Symposium. (Link goes to Northern California Chapter Newsletter).


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Schedule Grid


April 13 (Sun) - Professional Development Courses (PDC)

AM ONLY PDCs
PDC 1 (AM) Life Cycle Risk Management of Engineered and Personnel Systems
Brett Davis
PDC 2 (AM) Environmental Issues in Assembly and Test
Cheryl Stadlman
PDC 3 (AM) Development of Effective ESH Educational Programs (Part I)
Rich Deluca
PM ONLY pdcs
PDC 11 (PM) Development of Effective ESH Educational Programs (Part II) - Developing A Business Case for Training Within a Semiconductor Operation
Varun Gopalakrishna
PDC 4 (PM) Hazardous Materials Requirements of the International Codes
William Winslow
PDC 5 (PM) Environmental 101: Environmental Issues for the Non-environmental Engineer
Cheryl Stadlman
ALL DAY pdcs
PDC 6 (ALL DAY) This PDC has been cancelled (was: Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Reporting)
David Einolf
PDC 7 (ALL DAY) An Introduction to Industrial Toxicology with Examples of Interest from the GaAs, InP, and GaN Technology
Nicole Proust
PDC 8 (ALL DAY) Emergency Scene Management in Semiconductor Manufacturing
Joe Caller
PDC 9 (ALL DAY) Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Safety Professionals
Chris Evanston, PE
PDC 10 (ALL DAY) Implementing a Health and Safety Management System Based on OHSAS 18001 and VPP
Kerrie Romanow



 

April 14 (Mon) - General Session Grid

04/14/2003
Monday
8:00-8:30 Student Networking
8:30-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15 President's Message
9:15-9:45 SESHA Historical
9:45-10:00 Break
10:00-10:45 Keynote 1
25 years of EHS Challenges
David Bergeron, Corporate Vice President, Applied Materials, Inc.
10:45-11:30 Keynote 2
EHS Challenges Presented by Emerging Semiconductor Technologies
Terrence McManus, Intel Fellow and Director of Environmental Health and Safety Technologies, Intel Corporation
11:30-1:00 Exhibitor Hall Open
Exhibitor-Sponsored Lunch
  Session 1
EHS Leadership Forum
Session 2
"Back to Basics" - EHS Boot Camp for SEMI
1:00-1:45 Leadership Round Table 1:
EHS Implications of the Economic Downturn: Methods for maintaining performance levels, development and engagement
An Overview of the Semiconductor Manufacturing Process
Benson, R.
Round Table 1: Semiconductor Emergency Response Forum (SERF) - SERF Survey, ERT Issues, and Standards of Practice
Caller, J.
1:45-2:30
2:30-3:00 Break
3:00-3:45 Leadership Round Table 2:
EU Challenges, The Unpredictable Regulatory Landscape in Europe
Current Perspectives in Industrial Hygiene: Microelectronics Manufacturing
Aton, E.
Round Table 2 - Abatement Technologies
Guszkowski, E.
3:45-4:30 Creating and Managing a Corporate Responsibility Program: A Case Study and Discussion
Dave Stangis, Intel Corporation


Additional Presentation: SARS - An Atypical Pneumonia
E. Aton, Washington University
"Cradle to Grave" EHS Management of Semiconductor Processing Equipment
Hendricksen, K.
4:30-5:00 Daily Closing Session in Exhibit Hall / Daily Raffle
6:00-8:00 Welcome Reception - 25th Anniversary Committee
(Introductions, Awards)
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April 15 (Tue) - General Session Grid

04/15/2003
Tuesday
7:30-8:00 Student Networking
  Session 3
Occupational Health & Industrial Toxicology
Session 4
Code Developments
8:00-8:45 Semiconductor Manufacturing: An Introduction to Occupational Health Issues of Processes and Hazards
Wald, P.
Energized Electrical Work Practices in a Clean Room Environment
Durham, G.
Student Scholarship Presentations
8:00-8:30Occupational Exposure Limit Proposal for Ethyl Lactate
Korshukin, M.
8:30-9:00Assessment of Methods Used to Measure Fume Hood Performance
Mulenga, E.
9:00-9:30Behavioral Based Safety: Solution of the Past of Key to the Future?
Anderson, R.
9:30-10:00Break
10:00-10:30Possible Links Between Currently Used Semi-Conductor Solvents and Reproductive Effects
Alo, A.
10:30-11:00An Analysys if the Green Building Concept as it relates to the Semiconductor Industry
Tiffany, D.
11:00-11:30Arsenic Exposure in Gallium Arsenide Device Manufacturing: An Evaluation of Control Methods during MBE Maintenance
Ash, S.
11:30-12:30Phytoremediation of Copper as a Micro Nutrient
Feia, A.
12:00-1:00Break
1:00-1:30Environmental Health and Safety Concerns with Thin Gate-Oxide Materials
Moibi, T.
1:30-2:00A Look at Perfluorooctyl Sulfonates in High-End Lithography for the Semiconductor Industry
Tario, N.
2:00-2:30Emergency Response Capabilities of Semiconductor Manufacturers in Minnesota and Wisconsin
Lor, M.
8:45-9:30 Texas Instrument's Perspective on Occupational Exposure Assessments
Schaefers, G.
NFPA 318 The Standard for the Protection of Semiconductor Fabrication Facilities
BENSON, R.
9:30-10:00 Break
10:00-10:45 An Approach to Chemical Review, Approval, & Hazard Communication
Fischman, M.D., M.
SEMI® International Standards - Guiding ESH in the SC Industry
OTTESEN, C.
10:45-11:30 Health Concerns of the Semiconductor Industry
Avery, A.
International codes and code adoption overview
WINSLOW, W.
11:30-1:00 Exhibitor Hall Lunch
  Session 5
Chemical Management & Stewardship
Session 6
Environmental Issues
1:00-1:45 ISMT Proactive approach to mangement of novel semiconductor chemicals
Speranza, D.
Can 300 mm Wet Tools Meet ITRS Water USe Goals?
Chiarello, Dr. , R.
1:45-2:30 Environmental, Health and Safety Assessment of Emerging Photolithography Technology
Heaps, J.
Water Reuse in the Semiconductor Industry - Myth or Reality
Rimer, A.
2:30-3:00 Break
3:00-3:45 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA): Current Events Heighten Awareness for Semiconductor Industry
Bade, R.
Chemical Waste Facility Qualification Program
Claybaugh, J.
Round Table 3: E-Technologies to Simplify and Improve EH&S Performance
Parker, R.

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3:45-4:30 Electronic Specialty Gas and Chemical Product Stewardship
NGAI, E.
Sustainable treatment of HF wastewater from semiconductor Industry using a Crystalactor
Van den Broeck, K.
4:30-5:00 Daily Closing Session in Exhibit Hall / Daily Raffle
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April 16 (Wed) - General Session Grid

04/16/2003
Wednesday
7:30-8:00 Student Networking
  Session 7
EHS Management
Session 8
Advanced Process Technologies
8:00-8:45 The Aspects and Benefits of a Pro-Active EHS Management Program
Dietrich, J.
Low Pressure Gas Delivery: A Risk Reduction Strategy For Gases
OLANDER*, K.
Round Table 4 - Leak Detection Technologies
Cox, P.E., CIH, J.
8:45-9:30 Corporate Responsibility in the Global Environment
Trowbridge, P.
Focus on Gas Handling Safety in New Technology Center
ROBINSON, E.
9:30-10:00 Break
10:00-10:45 An Integrated Approach to Corporate Fire Protection and Risk Management
Caldwell, D.
Vacuum Pumps and Abatement; A Systems Approach for the Next Generation
Van Gompel, J.
Round Table 5: Semiconductor Emergency Response Forum (SERF) – Incident Response
Caller, J.
10:45-11:30 Establishing a World Class Safety Culture
Brough, D.
Advances in Compound Semiconductor Processing
Dietz, J.
11:30-12:00Symposium Closing Session
2:00-6:00Exhibitor Sponsored Golf Tournament
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April 17 (Thu)

8:00-12:00Workshop 1: Doing Business In Asia
8:30-5:00Workshop 2: Decontamination & Decommissioning

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