SESHA 27th Annual Symposium (2005)

SESHA 2005 Annual Symposium

May 9-12
DoubleTree Paradise Valley
5401 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85250


SESHA 2005 Final Program (PDF file)

SESHA 2005 Grid of Events (PDF file)


May 9 (Monday)

ALL DAY PDC’s – Full Day Courses

PDC #3
EHS Design and Installation Considerations for Specialty Gas, Chemical Distribution, and POU Delivery Systems
Varun Gopalakrishna, Aaron Zude, Susan Creighton

PDC #4
Global Environmental Health and Safety Management
Kathy Seabrook

AM PDC’s – Morning Courses (8AM-Noon)

PDC #9
WEEE/RoHS and Other EU Legislation and Their Likely Effects on the Semiconductor Industry
Andrew Sweatman

PM PDC’s – Afternoon Courses (1-5PM)

PDC #6
Performance-Based Auditing: A Different Approach to Enhancing Your EMS
Jeanne Yturri

PDC #8
Beyond CTDs…An Ergonomic Sprain/Strain Prevention Strategy
Michael O’Brien

Student Scholarship Winning Papers

EHS Performance Management: A Study of Corporate Data Tracking Practices and Organizational Learning
Charles White – Berkeley

Consequences and Impacts of the Multi-Employer Work Site Standards in the Semiconductor Industry
Brain Spielman – UW-Stout

Evaluating the Options: Recycling Hydrofluoric Acid
Jennifer Kavanagh – UM-Duluth

P2 in the Semiconductor Industry: From the Golden State to the EU
Barbara Orchard – Cal Poly

The Security Considerations for Domestic Terrorism Within the Semiconductor Industry
Jonathan Market – UW-Stout

Effects of ACGIH Proposed Reduction in the TLV of Arsine on the Semiconductor Manufacturing Process
Phillip Sayles – UM-Duluth

Challenges and Environmental Issues in the Development and Use of Lead-Free Solders
Amanda Schmidt – Cal Poly

An Assessment of the Potential Impacts of the Proposed European Union Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation on the Semiconductor Industry
Douglas Moilanen – UW-Stout

Safe Decontamination of Shock Sensitive Materials Used in the Semiconductor Industry
Crystal Gilbertson – UM-Duluth

Analyzing Health Promotion Programming Utilization and the Benefits as a Profit Center for the Semiconductor Industry
Brian Borke – UW-Stout

May 12 (Thursday)

Common Yet Complex RCRA Issues Facing SESHA Environmental Managers: A Discussion of Regulations, Policies and Pointers on Such Topics as Printed Circuit Board Recycling, Management of Contaminated Wipes
R.von Oppenfeld

Arsenic Regulated Areas – A Reality in the “Clean Semiconductor Industry”

Catalytic Decomposition of Ammonia from GaN Processes
J.Van Gompel

Health and Nanotechnologies, from Benefits to Hazards

Removing Fluoride from Industrial Wastewater Using Hybrid-Membrane Technology
J.Peterson, J.Madole

Managing Ergonomics as a Process

Chemical Vapor Deposition Process Emission Reduction Using Point-Of-Use Wet Scrubber Technology
C.Kempton, A.Jain

Personal Empowerment: An Unconventional Concept in Stress Management

Assessing the Impact of Technology on the Regulatory Process
G.Gannod, H.Koehnemann, L.Litchfield

Intel’s EHS New Facilities Equipment Procurement Process (FEPP)

Fire and Building Codes: One Code or Conflicting Codes?

Life Cycle Concerns for a Toxic Gas Monitoring System

Roundtable: Effect of WEEE & RoHS on the Global Electronics Industry Supply Chain
Chair: Brian Sherin, ESHconnect, Inc.
Opening Remarks: Brian Sherin
Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturing: Brian Claes, Lam Research
Semiconductor Device Manufacturing: Allen Wilson, Intel
Consumer Electronics/Electronic OEMs: Andrew Sweatman, ESHconnect

Arc Flash Safety Practices in the Semiconductor Industry

Fire Risk Mitigation for Integral IPA Dryers – Using Engineering controls versus Gaseous Fire Suppression
R.McDaid, M.Wyman

Closing Session & Business Meeting



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