Thomas P. Redick, Lauren Crane & Mark Fessler
Attorney, GEEClaw, Clayton, MO
Tom Redick (BA/J.D. University of Michigan) has over 23 years of experience as an environmental and product safety attorney for clients in the high-technology (including Cymer, Inc. since 1998) and biotechnology industry sectors. He focuses on standard-setting and regulatory issues, including liability avoidance and compliance with industry standards addressing socioeconomic and environmental impacts of multinational operations. His practice emphasizes compliance with supply chain demands for environmental information and transportation issues, including documentation for recycled industrial equipment with traces of toxics under the Basel Convention on Hazardous Waste. He was recently appointed to the ANSI SCS-002 Life Cycle Assessment (Type III Ecolabeling) Standards Committee. Web bio at www.geeclaw.com. Mark Fessler (B.S./M.A. in Mech. Engineering) has over 15 years in the semiconductor industry and is one of a few SEMI members that have championed the investigation for more accurate / efficient ways to analyze existing safety and environmental data. In his 13 years at Tokyo Electron U.S. Holdings, Inc. (TEH) he acted as engineering manager (Reliability and Product Safety), mainly design and testing including existing TEL equipment. He actively supports SEMI Standards Programs (Equipment E-Standards and Safety S-Guidelines). As TEH\\\’s Product Safety Program Manager for both Japan and US, he oversees new R&D equipment programs involving surface treatments. He introduced new statistical analyses to TEH’s safety programs. Lauren Crane (Univ. Houston, B.S. Elec. Eng, Univ. Texas), started out as programmer/systems engineer for ion implanters. Since 1995, as Product Regulatory Analyst in Applied Materials (AMAT) EHS, Lauren has handled regulatory compliance with European directives and SEMI Standards. He assists with AMAT’s energy efficiency program and helped write S23. As co-leader of SEMI’s International S23 Task Force with Mr. Shigehito Ibuka (Tokyo Electron), he participated in SEMI Technical Education Programs and the ISMI Manufacturing Symposia, the ISMI Total Equipment Energy analysis tool and new North American revision proposals for SEMI S23.