Arizona Chapter Mini-Conference 2004

Event Details


Thursday, November 11

Registration & Continental Breakfast

Welcome & Introductions
Kimberly Smieja; President, AZ Chapter, SESHA

Where is Your Business with Respect to WEEE and RoHS Compliance?
Bernie Frist; EORM, Inc.

The Big Nanotech Challenge: Respond to Environment and Health Concerns
Michael C Moffitt; Western Technologies Inc.

EHS Training for Field Service Engineers: A Blended Training Approach
Brian Sherin; ESHConnect

Thriving in Era of Scarcity
Gary Niekerk; Intel

The Facts Behind Hydrogen Combustion and Abatement
Joe Van Gompel; BOC Edwards

Fab Exhaust Management Reviews – Summary and Results
Mike Sherer; ATMI

Roundtable Forum on Future Processes and Abatement
Joe Van Gompel and Mike Sherer; BOC Edwards and ATMI

Social Hour & Networking

Friday, November 12

Beyond CTDs: An Ergonomic Sprain/Strain Prevention Strategy
Michael O’ Brien; Intel

Exhaust Reduction Methodolgy for Ion Implanters
Karl Olander; ATMI

On Site Solvent Management Through ReProcessing
Gary W. Schmidt; Progressive Recovery, Inc.

Impacts of Design and Production Outsourcing on Equipment Product Safety
Mark Frankfurth; Cymer Inc.

Challenges of Chemical And Waste Management During a Fab Conversion
Taimur K. Burki; Intel

Roundtable Forum on OHSAS 18001

The HazMat Specialist Identification Credential: A Global Means to Control Access, Verify Competency, and Mitigate Risk
Bob Barnes; Robert Barnes and Associates

Social Hour & Networking



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