Northern California Chapter Mini-Conference 2004

About the Event


The Semiconductor Environmental, Safety and Health Association (SESHA), SEMI, SIA and International SEMATECH cordially invites you to attend a mini-conference on “How to add Value Through Your EHS Program”. The conference will be held on Thursday, November 4,2004 at AMD in Sunnyvale, CA. We have planned an exceptional one-day program that is solution-based and emphasizes interactive participation and discussions.

Please put this date down NOW on your calendar. Costs are $75 for SESHA members and $100 for non members, if you register by 10/22. The cost includes registration, continental breakfast, lunch and snacks. Presentations from the conference will be available on the SESHA webpage.

We also wish to thank ESH Connect for sponsoring the afternoon Break for the Conference !


Adding Value through EHS
Reed Content, AMD, Keynote Speaker

Innovation Solutions for Energy Conservation
James Beasley, SEMATECH ISMI

SB 14 Implementation and Case Studies
Relly Briones, California Department of Toxic Substances Control and Ben Hertzler, NanoFab Consultants

How to Make ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 of Value for your Company
Ron Scholtz, Analog Devices

Fab Exhaust Management Review to Reduce Costs and Improve Efficiency
Mike Sherer, ATMI

Realizing Simultaneous Business, Technical and Environmental Benefits in Semiconductor Manufacturing
Ron Chiarello, Jetalon

EHS Training for Field Service Engineers: A Blended Training Approach
Paul Sylvestre, ESH Connect

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