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Program

Daily Grids:

April 9 (Monday): Professional Development Courses (PDC)

1 - 5 pm
PDC #1: Boot Camp - Fundamentals of a Semiconductor Fab and EHS Challenges (DeGiorgio, Creighton, Speranza Graunke)
PDC #2 - CANCELLED High Technology Codes & Regulations (Hanselka)
6 - 7:30 pm

PDC #3: Ethics in ESH (Teets)


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Schedule Grid


April 10 (Tuesday)

09:00
Opening Ceremony and Awards Presentation
10:00
Jan McInnis - Motivational Speaker
Finding the Funny in Change
J.McInnis
11:15
Break and Student Posters in the Foyer just outside the Exhibit Hall
12:00
Lunch Break - Exhibit Hall
13:30 Lessons Learned Roundtable - Liz Aton
13:30 
Sustainability Challenges and Solutions
D.Firu, A.McIntyre
13:30 
When you absolutely positively have to evaluate products under the European Machinery Directive
J.McBain
14:15 
EICC and Implications on Sustainability in the Supply Chain
M.Gothberg
14:15 
ISMI Evaluation of Lead-Free Flip Chip Technology
B.Davis
15:00
Student Posters - Exhibit Hall
15:45 
Understanding and Managing the Universe of EHS Risks of PV Manufacturing: Approaches to Prioritize Impact
S.Baliga
15:45 
Working with engineered nanoparticles: Risk Assessment in R&D
A.Pardon
15:45 
Liability Prevention via Sustainability Standards and Metrics
T.Redick
16:30 
Best Practices to Protect Workers and the Environment during Photovoltaic Manufacturing
A.Galland
16:30 
Engineered Nanoparticles and health: Recent Findings and Developments
R.Kelly
16:30 
Improving Information Exchange Requirements Between Tool Installation and Facility
A.Chasey, S.Pindukuri
17:00
Welcome Social

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April 11 (Wednesday)

08:30
Sustainability - Executive Roundtable
Executive Roundtable on Environmental Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
G.Niekerk, B.Klafter
09:30
Break - Exhibit Hall
10:00 
Global Reclaim Program Management: Issues, Challenges and Current Practices
R.Parker
10:00 
Six Ways to Manage Laboratory Ergonomics More Efficiently
P.Lewis
10:00 
Leveraging Emerging Management System Standards to Create Improved EHS and Sustainability Performance
S.Mazzarella
10:45 
Technical, Chemistry and Alternate Recovery Methods to Minimize Environmental Risk and Maximize Revenue Return
B.Briehl, R.Parker
10:45 
The Evolution of Ergonomics: Adapting an Ergonomics Program to Meet Changing Business Needs
C.Arteberry
10:45 
Addressing the Evolving CSR Demands for the Semiconductor/Electronics Industry
L.Wilk, P.E., W.Bates, PhD, P.E.
11:30
Lunch Break - Exhibit Hall
13:00 
How Freescale Structures and Manages its Corporate Reclaim Program
R.Parker
13:00 
Implementing and Sustaining a Successful World-Class Ergonomics Program
J.SANFORD, B.TROTTER
13:00 
One Size Fits All: Implementing EHS Standards and Practices in the Face of Globalization?
M.Liu, M.Lan
13:45 
Developing a Materials Recovery Program – A Case Study
C.Mauger, B.Briehl
13:45 
A Discussion on Shift Work and Sleep Issues in Electronics Manufacturing Facilities
K.Albrecht
13:45 
Conflict Metal Reporting in the Semiconductor Industry
T.MILLER, E.WANG, J.FRASER
14:30 
Brand Protection, Anti-Counterfeit and Security Issues
R.Parker
14:30 
Reducing Human Error and Adverse Consequence
J.Jacobi
14:30 
Review of Industry Conflict free Smelter Programs
M.Ahmed
15:15
Break - Exhibit Hall
15:45 
A Deep Dive into the Materials Recovery Issues and the United Nations Programme
p.z
15:45 
Industrial Hygiene Air Sampling Application and Use of Chemical Surrogates
J.Visty
15:45 
Integrating GHS into Your Hazard Communication Program
D.Baldwin, D.Goss
16:30 
Panel Q&A – Takeaways and Tools to Help You Get Started
x.a
16:30 
Evaluation and Analysis of III-V ESH Processing Hazards
B.Davis
16:30 
Work Planning and Control in ESH Management System
B.Sherin
17:00
Vendor Social

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April 12 (Thursday)

08:30
Keynote #2
Corporate Reclaim Programs: Concerns & Issues for Intellectual Property, Brand Protection, Anti Counterfeit and Security
R.Parker CAS, MS, PMP
09:30
Break
10:00 
GHG Reporting - Electronics Manufacturing (Subpart I) – Are you prepared?
D.Cotter, P.E.
10:00 
How to Generate Hydrogen Gas without Really Trying: A Process Hazard Analysis Case Study
D.Lacheta, D.Lacheta, D.Lacheta
10:00 
Putting Sustainability into Practice
J.O\\\'Brien
10:45 
Recent Developments in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Measurement
T.Higgs
10:45 
What the new hazard-based, technology-independent, performance-oriented standard for A/V, Information & Communication Technology Equipment, IEC 62368-1, means to Industry today and into the future...
T.Burke
10:45 
Practical Tips on Supplier Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) Engagement
K.Smieja
11:30
Lunch Break
13:00 
Why is CF4 So Difficult to Abate?
J.Van Gompel, S.Cottle
13:00 
EPA’s Risk Management Program – General Duty Clause
D.Cotter
13:00 
Water Accounting: From Conservation to Disclosure – An Introduction to Water Footprinting
C.Walton, W.Bates
13:45 
Experience with DRE Testing of Point of Use FGHG Abatement Units at IBM
B.Tripp, D.Davia, M.Raynor
13:45 
Hazardous Materials Closure Process & Success Intel D2 Wafer processing Facility
D.Addonizio, M.Frenchen, B.Falcone
13:45 
ESH risks of processing III/V materials
A.Pardon
14:30 
Integrating the concept of Sustainable/Green Chemistry into the Semiconductor Industry
L.Kenny, S.Brown
14:30 
Effective Job Hazard Analyses Implementation: Engaging Management and Ranking Risks by Probability
A.Dagnan, B.Zevenbergen
14:30 
Equipment and Facility Decommissioning: Using the DECON Streamlined Closure Plan Process (DSCPP) to Control Cost and Future Liability for Property Owners
W.Belk
15:15
Break
15:45
Closing Ceremony

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Friday 13 (Friday): Professional Development Courses (PDC)



8 am - Noon

PDC #4: NFPA 70E Compliance (Evanston)
PDC #5 - CANCELLED Creating Improved EHS & Sustainability Performance Leverage Through Emerging Management System Standards (Mazzarella)
PDC #6: Ergonomic Approaches and Strategies (EORM)