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Program

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Daily Grids:

April 26 (Monday): Professional Development Courses (PDC)



Morning - 8:00 am - 12 Noon
PDC #1/1A:   8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher Training - Zephyr Environmental Corporation, Full day
PCD #2: Boot Camp (part 1) - S. Creighton, et. al., Half day morning

Afternoon - 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

PDC #1:   Continues from morning
PCD #2b: Boot Camp (part 2) - S. Creighton, et. al., Half day afternoon
PCD #3: Sustainability 101 for the High Tech ESH Professional - A. Zude, Half day afternoon
6:00 -8:00 pm: PDC #4: Ethics for the EHS Professional - J. Teets


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April 27 (Tuesday)


Morning - 8:00 am - 12 Noon

PDC #5: Exhaust Gas Management - M. Sherer, Half day morning
PDC #6: Introduction to Life Cycle Assessment - L. Laurin, Half day morning
Afternoon

1:00 pm: Opening Ceremony and Awards Presentation
2:30 pm: Break
3:00 pm: Analyzing the Recovery Bill McClean, IC Insights
4:00 pm: Wayne Cran: Raytheon Sustainability Integration
5:00 -7:00 pm: Opening Reception Exhibit Hall

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Schedule Grid


April 28 (Wednesday)

07:00
Fellows Breakfast
08:00 Student Paper Session
08:00 GHG Roundtable
08:00 Safety / IH
How to Survive a Corporate Environmental, Safety, Health, & Fire Protection (EHS&FP) Audit
D.Pompa
08:45 Safety / IH
RegenSi™: Low Carbon Footprint Alternative Wafer Reclaim Solution for Extending Life Cycle of Silicon Test Wafers
M.Korzenski, P.Jiang
09:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
10:00 Student Paper Session
10:00 PV / Solar Manufacturing EHS
Safe, Reliable Silane Supply for the PV Industry
J.VanOmmeren*, J.Cecchini, D.Tavianini
10:00 Safety / IH
Digital Imaging for the EHS Professional
J.Jacobi
11:00 DHS Presentation
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) - Implementing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)
.TBA
10:45 PV / Solar Manufacturing EHS
Approach to LEED EB: O&M Certification for Intel’s Fab 32 Ocotillo Campus
T.Jennifer Aiston, B.Frist, M.Wilhelm
10:45 Safety / IH
ISMI Risk Screening Tool
B.Davis
11:30
Lunch Break - Exhibit Hall
13:00
Keynote
Industry Challenges as We Move Through the Materials Era
T.Higinbotham
13:45 PV / Solar Manufacturing EHS
Photovoltaic Research & Hydrazine: A case study addressing the EHS hazards surrounding a novel approach to depositing an absorber layer using a hydrazine-base precursor.
J.Gardner-Dimitri, A.Prabhakar
13:45 Energy/Utility Conservation
Exhaust/Energy Strategies For Fabs
K.Olander
13:45 Codes and Regulations / Chemical Regs
Fire Safety Compliance - Why Does it Appear to be the Least Important SEMI S2 Safety System?
M.Wyman
14:30 PV / Solar Manufacturing EHS
Concentrated Photovoltaic (CPV) Technology EHS Challenges
C.Ghelli, M.Sherer
14:30 Energy/Utility Conservation
ISMI’s CleanCalc II Fab Energy and Utility Simulator
J.Beasley
14:30 Codes and Regulations / Chemical Regs
Meeting NFPA 70E\'s Revised Requirements for Arc Flash
J.White
15:15
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:45 Environmental Practices
Lessons Learned and Integration of Gas Supplier for PSM/RMP for Semiconductor Fab
J.Rouillard
15:45 Lessons Learned Round Table
Large-Scale Emergency Exercise Planning: from Concept to
B.Sherin
15:45 Codes and Regulations / Chemical Regs
REACHing Asia Continued
D.PARK
16:30 Environmental Practices
Key Environmental Performance Indicators (KEPIs) for the Semiconductor Industry
L.Beu, S.Trammell
16:30 Codes and Regulations / Chemical Regs
EHS Regulatory Forecast: what EHS regulatory trends should the semiconductor industry anticipate around the world over the coming three to five years?
J.Welsch, P.Beatley
18:30
Chapter Leaders / Fellows Recognition

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April 29 (Thursday)

07:00
5K run (6:30am)
Exhibitor Breakfast (7:00am)
Region Chapter Leader Breakfast (7:00am)
08:00 Semiconductor Nanomaterial Studies
AIHA Nanotechnology Working Group; Chairman’s Report on State-of-the-Science
D.Ewert
08:00 GHG Emissions & Tracking / Climate Change
Greenhouse Gases and Byproducts Calculation Methodologies
M.Sherer
08:00 Sustainability
The Impact of Social Media on Sustainability Reporting: New Risks & Opportunities
S.Fallender
08:45 Semiconductor Nanomaterial Studies
Intel Corporation\\\'s Nanomaterial Control Programs
S.Brown
08:45 GHG Emissions & Tracking / Climate Change
Monitoring PFCs in the Electronics Industry: Instrumental Considerations
J.Van Gompel
08:45 Sustainability
Sustainability: Creating Value Using the Five Basics
R.Pojasek
09:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
10:00 Semiconductor Nanomaterial Studies
Getting the good stuff and avoiding the bad: How is EPA regulating industrial nanoscale materials to achieve environmental benefits?
K.Markey
10:00 GHG Emissions & Tracking / Climate Change
Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting
D.Cotter
10:00 ESH Metrics & Management Systems
Achieve More, With Lean Ergonomics Six Sigma
A.DiIeso
10:45 Emerging ESH Issues
ESH Best Known Methods and Results from Various Industry Surveys
S.Trammell, L.Beu
10:45 GHG Emissions & Tracking / Climate Change
Emerging Greenhouse Gas Regulations
T.Higgs
10:45 ESH Metrics & Management Systems
Benefits of Third-Party Semiconductor Tool Installation Review and Verification Services
C.Torres, C.Albaugh
11:30
Lunch Break - Exhibit Hall
13:00 Codes and Regulations / Chemical Regs
The Codes of the Future are Here
R.Hanselka, J.Guhl
13:00 Emerging ESH Issues
EH&S Challenges Shutting Down a Semiconductor Factory- “Not as Simple as Sweeping the Floors and Closing the Doors”
B.Britton, H.Hunsaker
13:00 ESH Metrics & Management Systems
Implementation of a Quantifiable Risk Tolerance Program and it\\\\\\\'s resultant benefits.
A.Author 2: Scott Swanson, A.Author 4: James VanOmmeren, A.Author 6: Heath Foott
13:45 Emerging ESH Issues
450mm EHS
V.DeGiorgio
13:45 ESH Metrics & Management Systems
ESH Metrics
J.Rodstein
14:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:00
First Solar Sustainability Program
Lisa Kruger - First Solar
15:45
Closing Ceremony and Prize Drawing
17:00
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