Since its founding in 1978, SESHA has established itself as the premier international organization promoting the effective communication of safety, health and environmental information to the high technology and associated industries. SESHA is dedicated to improving environmental, safety and health performance, preventing workplace injuries and accidents, and promoting technological advances through our website resources, webinars, mini-conferences, and technical symposia and exhibitions.
What We Do
SESHA’s Annual Symposium is open to all and provides education, the hottest technology and the latest research in ESH.Learn More
SESHA equips you with the tools you need to do your best work by providing cutting-edge education and training to current and aspiring EHS professionals.Learn More
SESHA partners with top training programs to provide several on-demand training courses to help EHS professionals advance in their careers.Learn More
It’s FREE to be a part of SESHA’s community! As a member of our network, you will:
- Get updates from SESHA on the latest news and events
- Learn about educational opportunities on ESH and sustainability issues at our annual Symposium, Local Chapter events and SESHA webinars
- Gain access to symposium and mini-conferences proceedings, SESHA Journal Archives, and other professional tools
- Network with other ESH professionals in the high technology and associated industries
Our Training Courses
The OSHA Outreach Training Program provides training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards. UL and SESHA partnered to offer this High-tech/Semiconductor industry-specific version of the OSHA’s General Industry training.
Workers in semiconductor fabrication facilities perform a range of job functions in different areas. Many of the tasks you perform and many of the areas in which you perform them pose unique and specific hazards. What do you need to know about fabrication processes and facilities to keep yourself and others safe?
To stay safe at work, it is important that you know about 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.
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, what controls your employer has in place to minimize the danger and what you can do to remain healthy and safe.