SESHA High-Tech / Semiconductor Safety Training On Demand
SESHA has partnered with UL EHS Sustainability to develop courses specific to the semiconductor and high-tech industries, a collection of 18 modules designed by safety experts and adult learning specialists. This suite of online, on-demand courses, incorporating content from SESHA "boot camp" courses, provides a comprehensive safety training foundation for all employees who work in a semiconductor fabrication setting.
General EHS, Ergonomics and Semiconductor Safety (4 modules)
To stay safe at work, it is important that you are familiar with the hazards in your environment and the practices and programs your employer has in place to keep you and your co-workers healthy and safe. These courses will help you understand workplace hazards and how to avoid them using controls. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers, including semiconductor fabrication supervisors and office workers.
Fabrication Worker Safety (2 Modules)
Where does your job fit in the entire semiconductor fabrication process? Take these courses to find out! You will learn about the steps of the process, the types of hazards involved in them and the controls in place to keep workers safe. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers inside fabrication facilities.
Chemical Safety including Toxic Gases (5 modules)
Semiconductor fabrication involves many hazardous liquid chemicals and gases that can be dangerous if people do not handle them properly. These courses will help you understand which liquid chemicals and gases you may encounter, the type controls your employer has instituted to minimize the danger, and what you can do to remain healthy and safe. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers inside fabrication facilities.
Hazardous Energy and Electrical Safety (7 modules)
Energy used during the semiconductor fabrication process can be dangerous. Take these courses to learn about the practices and programs, such as Electrical Safety and Lockout/Tagout, that your employer expects you to follow to remain safe when working with energized equipment. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers.