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Program

Daily Grids:

May 4 (Monday)

PDC 1 - The Science of Process Exhaust Management (Dr. Joe Van Gompel ) (Full Day)
PDC 3 - Ethics (Dr. Janelle Rios) (6-8pm)


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Schedule Grid


May 5 (Tuesday)

08:30
Opening Ceremony – Paul Connor
08:30
Opening Ceremony – SESHA Lifetime Achievement Awards
09:15
Keynote Presentation: Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Koolaid
Dr. Braden Allenby
10:30
Keynote Presentation: Litigation of Worker Health Issues: Lessons Learned
Bill Acorn P.E., FASHRAE
11:30
Lunch (Sponsored by SESHA)
13:00
SESHA Fellow Roundtable
14:30 Safety
Emerging Issues--Infectious Agents and Epidemiology for EHS Practioners
Elizabeth Aton
14:30 Nano
Evaluation of Risk Assessment and Control Banding Models for Engineered Nanomaterials: Application to Exposure Scenarios in Semiconductor Fabrication
Dr. Michele Shepard
15:15
Break
15:45 Success of Failures
The Importance of \"Failures\": Why Every Organization Needs Them
Eric Glass
15:45 III-V
Summary of SEMATECH and IMEC Collaboration 2014 III-V EHS Projects
Brett Davis, Hsi-An Kwong, Alain Pardon
16:30 Success of Failures
Effective Implementation of EHS Management Systems for Managing Risks across Diverse Operations
Steven Trammell, P.E. , Susan Mazzarella
16:30 III-V
III-V’s: Managing the transition into HVM Si fabs
Dr. MICHAEL CZERNIAK, Dr. JOSEPH VAN GOMPEL
18:00
Welcome Social (Sponsored by SESHA)

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May 6 (Wednesday)

08:30
Keynote Presentation: Will You Dominate Your Next Response?
Dr. Scott Harris
Will you dominate your next response?
Scott Harris
09:30
Break
10:00 Accidents/Incidents
Accidents/Incidents Forum
10:00 Environmental
The Latest & Greatest – New Methods and Technologies for Emissions Testing
Arthur Nunn, III, Erick Mirabella , Kevin Crosby
10:45 Accidents/Incidents
Accidents/Incidents Forum
10:45 Environmental
Monitoring Toxic semiconductor gases with a portable FTIR gas analyzer
Jim Cornish
11:30
Lunch (Sponsored by Exhibitors)
13:00 Emerging Technology
Environmental and Infrastructure Impacts of Single Wafer Wet Tools
Brian Raley
13:00 Environmental
Emission Control from Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication
Scott Bayon
13:45 Emerging Technology
Performance and Safety Considerations for MOCVD Processes
Peter Alabiso
13:45 Environmental
Recent Changes in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Determination and Reporting
Tim Higgs
14:30 Emerging Technology
Fire Detection Challenges on New Generation Tools & Processing Technologies – What Works & What Does Not!!
Matt Wyman
14:30 Environmental
Computer based monitoring of F-GHG emissions in Semiconductor Fabs
Dr. Andreas Neuber, Monique McIntosh, PhD, Maxime Cayer
15:15
Break
15:45 Management Leadership
Effective EHS Leadership to Deliver Business Value
Lisa Wilk, P.E.
15:45 Conflict Minerals
Conflict minerals ruling – 2014 review and what lies ahead
Revati Pradhan-Kasmalkar*, Tord Dennis
16:15 Management Leadership
16:15 Vendor Emerging Tech Updates
16:45 PSM
“Process Safety Management and the Semiconductor Industry”
JAMES TESTO, ASHLEY MOLL
16:45 Vendor Emerging Tech Updates
18:00
Evening Event (Sponsored by Suppliers)

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May 7 (Thursday)

08:30
Semiconductor Market Update - IC Insights
Brian Matas
09:30
Break
10:00 Product Development
Product Design For Safety – Hey, They Don’t Teach This Stuff In Schools!
Mark Fessler
10:00 Emergency Gas
SESHA Toxic Gas Monitoring Forum
Brett Davis
10:45 Product Development
Increasing Value through Deep Integration of Product Stewardship within the Product Development Process
Michael Castorano, Paul Connor
10:45 Emergency Gas
SESHA Toxic Gas Monitoring Forum
Brett Davis
11:30
Lunch
13:00 Performance Management Strategies
LESSONS LEARNED FROM RCRA AND TRI AUDITS
Mike Sherer, P.E.
13:00 Safety
Lessons learned during the evaluation of a pneumatic/electrical safety function
Kalysha Rivera
13:45 Performance Management Strategies
Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability/EHS Dashboard – Measuring Success
John Baycroft, Lisa Wilk, P.E.
13:45 Safety
Partnership Across Disciplines: Improved EHS Efficiency Through Collaboration of Industrial Hygienists and Environmental Engineers
Joy Marsalla, P.E.
14:30
Break
15:45
Closing Ceremony

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May 8

PDC 4 - Semiconductor Fab Greenhouse Gas Reporting Requirements and POU Abatement Test Methodologies (Mike Sherer P.E.) (8:00-Noon)
PDC 5 - ISO 13849-1 Safety Circuits and Semi S2 Interlocks Contrasts and Comparisons (Chris Evanston P.E.) (8:00-Noon)


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