PDC 14 – Silicon Processing – IH Hazards and Controls

Organized by: Michael Williams; Health Safety & Risk Management Services (HSRMS) and John Visty; EarthTech Microelectronics Group

Target Audience: Basic (0-2 years experience)

This course will provide an in-depth description of the key processing steps in the manufacturing of silicon-based integrated circuits for beginner/intermediate level attendees. Additionally, the instructors will provide their insights into the industrial hygiene and safety hazards of semiconductor processing. Attendees will be provided with the Chemical Safety Handbook, published by OEM Publications.
NOTE: This course will be similar in content to the course that was given at SSA 99 and 2000.

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