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Program

Daily Grids:

March 25 (Tuesday): Professional Development Courses (PDC)




Tuesday ALL DAY PDC's - Full Day Courses (8AM - 5PM, Lunch from Noon - 1PM)
PDC 1 Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Boot Camp
Susan Creighton; .S. Creighton Consulting
PDC 2 Silane Safety
Eugene Ngai; Air Products and Chemcials, Allentown, PA


Tuesday AM PDC's - Morning Courses (8AM - Noon)
PDC 4 Electric Power Consumption in Fabs and Tools: Understand It and Reduce It
Alex McEachern; Power Standards Lab


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Schedule Grid


March 26 (Wednesday)

06:30
Morning Training Run for 5K Race
07:30
Region/Chapter/International Attendees Breakfast
09:00
Opening Ceremony
10:00
Keynote 1
Loving Mondays...Only a Dream?
A.Pollock
11:00
Lunch - Exhibit Hall
13:00

Student Presentations


13:00 The Process of Selecting Qualified Construction Contractors; Chad Stuart, University of Wisconsin-Stout

13:30 Hexavalent Chromium Exposure During Demolition of FAB's; Andrew Englund, University of Wisconsin-Stout

14:00 Barriers to Adopting Ergonomic Interventions in the Semiconductor Industry; Phillip Clark, Colorado State University

14:30 Ion Implantation and the Controls Used to Measure Radiation Exposure; Kaprice Knaup, University of Wisconsin-Stout

15:00 An Analysis of the use of Math Models to Predict Chemical Inhalation Exposure; Keith Mullen, University of Minnesota-Duluth

15:30 An Investigation into the Application of Closed Circuit SCBA for Emergency Response; Lucas Digman, University of Wisconsin-Stout
13:00 Energy/Utility Conservation
Measuring the Energy Consumption of a Semiconductor Processing Tool and Ways to Reduce Costs and Conserve Energy
J.Castile, M.Alaoui, P.Kryska
13:00 Upcoming Codes
NFPA400, The New Hazardous Materials Standard
E.Ngai
13:45 Energy/Utility Conservation
Life Cycle Assessment Approach to Water Conservation
W.Bates, D.Clark
13:45 Upcoming Codes
E-Waste Recycling, Rules, Regulations and Resource Conservation:
P.Ditter
14:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:00 Safety/IH
Eye Hazards From Light Sources
M.McCulloch
15:00 Environmental Practices
Emerging International Regulatory and Policy Trends
T.Rallison, S.Harper
15:45 Safety/IH
Practical EHS Approaches Related To The Use Of Engineered Nano-Scale Materials
M.McCulloch
15:45 Environmental Practices
New GWP Values – Affect on the 2010 PFC Emissions Goals
J.Van Gompel, S.Cottle
16:30
Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall
19:00
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March 27 (Thursday)

06:30
Morning Training Run for 5K Race
07:00
Student Breakfast
08:00
Exhibitor Meeting
09:00
Keynote 2
Sustainability and the EHS Professional
B.Klafter
10:00
Break - Exhibit Hall
10:30 Energy/Utility Conservation
Sustainable Wafer Fabs - LEEDing the Way
R.Hill
10:30 ESH Management
Driving a Total EHS Culture
M.Lewman
10:30 Vendor Technical Session (Exhibit Hall)
eLearning and its Role in Semiconductor Safety Training
S.Austin, R.Reeves
11:15 Energy/Utility Conservation
The Applied Materials Program to Reduce Product Environmental Impact
S.Hughes
11:15 ESH Management
Why World Class EH&S Compliance Does not Need to Cost a Fortune
M.Beckel
11:15 Vendor Technical Session (Exhibit Hall)
Leveraging (M)SDS Content for Global Chemical Management
K.Kawar, A.VanKeulen
12:00
Lunch - Exhibit Hall
13:00 Going "Green"
Is Your Company Prepared for EICC: The Electronic Industry Code of Conduct?
B.Leet, B.Bennett
13:00 Upcoming Codes
The 2006 and 2007 Buidling, Fire and Mechanical Codes
R.Hanselka
13:00 Vendor Technical Session
Energy Efficiency Improvement for Air Coils in the Microelectronics Industries
B.Jenkins, B.Carroll, S.Clarke
13:45 Going "Green"
Moving towards and beyond carbon neutrality: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading for the Electronics Industry
S.Raoux
13:45 Vendor Technical Session
A New Parts Cleaning Process for Porous Materials Used In Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
J.Makin, .Fritz
14:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:00 International Codes - Evolving Regulations
REACH Roundtable
L.Beu, D.Speranza, M.Majors
15:00 Safety/IH
The Health Implications of an Aging Workforce and What It Means to the Semiconductor Industry
R.Blink
15:00 Environmental Practices
The Importance of Environmental Footprint definition and Life Cycle Assessments to your Sustainability Strategy
T.Reichelt
15:45 Safety/IH
Non-Office Ergonomic Evaluations for Applied Materials Customer Engineers
J.Ratliff
15:45 Environmental Practices
Managing Environmental Compliance Challenges in R&D Facilities
D.Schiller, S.Botic, P.Dinh
17:00
Chapter Leader & Fellows Recognition Event

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March 28 (Friday)

06:30
5k Race
07:30
Fellows Forum Sponsored Breakfast
08:30
Keynote 3
Safe Handling of Nanoscale Particulate Matter in R&D Environments
R.Kelly
09:15
Keynote 4
Nanotechnology and Occupational Safety and Health: What Do We Know?
C.Geraci
10:00
Break
10:30 Safety/IH
Comparison of Risk Management Operations from the Semiconductor and Solar Industries
D.Goss, S.Creighton
10:30 Emergency Response
Managing Emergency Response Incidents in Cost Sensitive R & D Facilities
B.Gilbaugh
10:30 "Going Green"
Dell’s Facility Energy Efficiency Efforts
S.Gibson
11:15 Safety/IH
Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Update
J.Jamali
11:15 Upcoming Codes
Securing the Chemical Supply Chain
W.Koch
11:15 "Going Green"
Demonstrating Sustainability Performance through LEED
J.Beasley
12:00
BOD Lunch Meeting
13:00 ESH Management
EHS Management Systems-Turning Information into Action
M.Dayalal
13:00 Chemical Security
Chemical Security Anti-Terrorism Standards update: Current status of the regulation
C.Freeman
13:00 Environmental Practices
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint
T.Higgs
13:45 ESH Management
Doubletree Hotel Green Peace Certification - Information & Discussion
J.Baird
13:45 DHS - Chemical Security Roundtable
DHS Chemical Security Roundtable Discussion
C.Freeman, W.Koch
13:45 Environmental Practices
Carbon Trading Benefits and Cautions
P.Trowbridge
14:30
Break
15:00 International ESH - Management
Managing EHS Compliance Globally: Challenges and Opportunities
A.McIntyre
15:00 Emergency Response - TERF Roundtable
TERF Roundtable Discussion
J.Clark
15:00 Safety/IH
Prevention Through Design – The Life Cycle Safety Program At Intel
M.Barrett, D.Mattos, A.Karsnia
15:45 International ESH - Management
Overcoming multilingual issues in a global EH&S environment
M.Beckel
15:45 Lessons Learned Roundtable
Lessons Learned Roundtable
.SESHA BOD
15:45 Safety/IH
Overview of Flat Panel Display Manufacturing
S.Fox, A.Brown
16:30
Closing Ceremony - SESHA Business Update

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