SESHA 41st Annual Symposium (2019)

Event Details

SESHA 2019 was held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort, located only 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, April 29 to May 3, 2019. A perfect platform to participate in discussing cutting edge high technology ESH topics, foster collaborations, and network with top industry professionals, while experiencing a favorite location for SESHA meetings.

Just outside of Old Scottsdale and overlooking Camelback Mountain in the heart of Scottsdale, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort is just minutes from championship golf courses, spa facilities, over 320 retail shops, dining at over 90 restaurants, over 80 art galleries, MLB Spring Training and outdoor recreation. Scottsdale is annually rated among the nation’s most desirable communities to visit. Scottsdale’s vibrant downtown is considered the finest urban center in Arizona.

Student Scholarship Program

2019 National SESHA Conference Student Program

2019 SESHA Student Scholarship Flyer


April 30 (Tuesday)

Opening Ceremony
Sue Creighton (Outgoing SESHA President)

Keynote Presentation
Doing More with Less: A Framework for Advocating for EHS
Joe Morgan

Working Session: Arc Flash Hazards – Applying NFPA 70E In Semiconductor Cleanrooms
Aaron Zude

How the Semiconductor Industry Evolved from Social Responsibility to Social Innovation and How Today’s Management Systems Can Be Used to Support CSR/CSI Programs
Sandy Skees, Scott Hambleton, Melita Elmore

High Performance EHS
Building a High Performance EHS Organization
Paul Connor

Exposure and Risk Assessment Strategies for Managing Nanomaterials
William Cyrs, Brooke Tvermoes, Marisa Kreider

Occupational Exposure Banding for Semiconductor Nanomaterials
John Baker, Michele Shepard

Assessing Health Risks Associated with Specialty Chemical Handling in the Semiconductor Industry: Employing Occupational Exposure Banding Strategies
Rachel Zisook, Andy Monnot

PFAS Roundtable I – PFAS Overview
Mike Carney, Larry Culleen, John Cuthbertson, Marissa Kreider

PFAS, PFOA and the USEPA: What it All Might Mean for Manufacturers
Rob Young, Mike Carney

The Use of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in the Semiconductor Industry and Potential Liabilities
John Cuthbertson

Comparison of PFAS: Implications for Hazard, Exposure and Risk Assessment
Marisa Kreider

Fate of HBr during F-GHG Abatement
Joe Van Gompel, Jim L\’Heureux, Michael Larsen

Reducing CF4-Emissions by smart control of abatement parameters
Andreas Frenzel

The Science of Exhaust Management
Madhuri Korampally , Steve Cottle

Industrial tested Environmental friendly Fluorine mixture cleaning process to replace C3F8,C2F6, CF4 and NF3 as cleaning gas
Michael Pittroff, Robert Wieland

Gas Abatement, Detection and Recycling
Study of Emergency Leakage from Gas Cabinets using Controlled Flows of Arsine
Richard Knapp

Solving Common Gas Detection Challenges
Jeyong Jin

Applications Manager
Josh Ratchford

PFAS Roundtable
PFAS Roundtable II – Semiconductor Industry and Supply Chain Perspective
Laurie Beu,Moderator Robert Bonderer, Bob Leet, Lauren Crane

Accident reporting, report from Z136 Accident Working Group
Ken Barat, Ken Barat

It\\\’s Really OK to Work with Environmental Regulators
Robert Young

Preparing for a CFATS Inspection – DHS
Todd White

Welcome Social (Sponsored by SESHA)

May 1 (Wednesday)

Keynote Presentation
Culture and Process Safety
Manny Ehrlich

14 Elements of Process Safety Management
Kelsey Forde, Timothy Stirrup

Achieving Compliance with the Ever-Changing Risk Management Program Regulations (40 CFR Part 68)
Natalie VanLiew, P.E.

EHS Collaboration Roundtable
Panel Discussion – Collaborating to Address Semiconductor EHS Concerns
Laurie Beu & Dawn Graunke Moderators, Olivier Corvez David Isaacs, Michael Castorano Stephen Harper

Industrial Applications for Drones in Construction and Operations
Thomas* Gilman, Joe Perez, Lauren Blazeck

Today’s High Tech Robotics: Readiness, Risk Assessment, Real World
Mollie Anderson, Jay Zhu

Operational Excellence Round Table
Operational Excellence Round Table—Driving Continuous Improvement in R&D, Pilot Line and Manufacturing Organizations Using Risk Based Approaches
Andy McIntyre, Steve Trammell

Chemical Supply Chain Round Table

Design Safety
Obstructed Sprinkler Piping: A Ticking Time Bomb
Bruce Campbell

Safety Interlock Design Challenges
Mark Fessler

High Pressure Water mist – Data Center
Jonathan Ingram

Chemical Management
Management of Time Sensitive Chemicals
Ron Scholtz

Reliability and innovations of SAGS packages and their benefit over high pressure alternatives
Edward* Jones, Joseph Despres

Energetics Round Table
Panel Discussion – Challenges of the New SEMI S30 Implementation for Energetic Materials
Tara Collins, Rene’ Graves, Eugene Ngai Michael Gordon, John Visty

Health and Safety
Health, safety and well-being for Semiconductor employees – Why it takes a village
Sally* Pawsat, Georgia* Latham

Lone Worker: Man-Up Your “Man Down” Safety Program
Daniel DeCoopman

Short Attention Span EHS Training Works for All Age Groups!
Michael Zimmerman, Michael Zimmerman

Evening Event (Sponsored by Suppliers)

May 3 (Friday)



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