PDC 6 – Design For Product Safety — Understanding SEMI S2/S8/S14

Organized by: James Wright and Andy Giles; Global Semiconductor Services

Target Audience: Intermediate (2-10 Years Experience)

This half day course will present the practical concepts of implementing SEMI S2/S8 Guidelines into the design and manufacture of semiconductor equipment. This course will examine the similarities and differences between S2-93A and S2-0200, and discuss the requirements to meet SEMI S8 Ergonomic Guidelines and SEMI S14 Fire Risk Assessment Guidelines. This course will also discuss how SEMI S2/S8/S14 will assist to meet the equipment safety requirements for Europe (CE Mark), Japan, and Korea (S-Mark). This course is intended to be generic enough for the equipment supplier product safety professional or design engineer, but it is also intended for the end user EHS Professional who desires to improve his/her understanding of the SEMI S2/S8/S14 requirements.

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