SESHA 42nd Annual Symposium (2020)

presented in association with Assent Compliance, Inc.

Event Details

SESHA 2020 will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort, located only 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, April 13 – 17, 2020. This will be 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.

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Hotel Reservations

Rooms may be reserved online by directly clicking on the hotel block link below. A block of rooms has been reserved for April 12 to 20, 2020. The special room rate is $190, book early because the room blocks sells out quickly!

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Sponsorships

2020 SESHA Partnership & Exhibit Guide

For questions regarding exhibits and sponsorship contact sesha@summitexpo.com.

Proceedings

Program

April 13 (Monday)

April 14 (Tuesday)

Registration (8:00am)

Opening Ceremony
Steve Roberge (SESHA President)

Keynote
Workforce Development
Sanjay Baliga and Nikole Reaksecker (Vichara Partners)

Break (10:30am)

Gas Risk Assessment
Cryogen and Inert Gas Risk Assessment and Controls in a Manufacturing Environment
Andrew Forbes

Facility
Design Considerations for Emergency and Standby Power Supplies Supporting Wafer Fab Operations
Alan Gillespie

Loss Prevention
FM Global Data Sheet 7-7, Recommended Practices for the Semiconductor Fabrication Industry
Kevin McConnell

Lunch (11:30pm)

(Sponsored by FM Global)

Workforce Development Workshop
Sanjay Baliga

GHG
The 2019 Refinement of the IPCC Guidelines for Electronics
YUN CHUNG (JACK) CHANG*, MIKE CZERNIAK, LAURIE BEU*, SEBASTIEN RAOUX, DEBORAH OTTINGER, STEPHANIE BOGLE, MELISSA GRESHAM, JENNIFER POLITSCH, DAVID HARMAN, FRANCESCA ILLUZZI, TETSUYA KITAGAWA, JOEY LU, ANDREA ZILLE, BRIAN RALEY, JOE VAN GOMPEL

FCs Emission by New IPCC Guideline in Taiwan’s Semiconductor
Tseng Hsiang-Chieh, Lu Joey

TBD
Jennifer Politsch

2019 IPCC GHG Guidelines – New Guidance on Estimating F-GHG Emissions from PCB Waterproofing
Mike Czerniak

Fire Prevention
Applying NFPA 3 + 4 to Ensure Fire-Safe Structures
Jeremy Lebowitz

The Changing World of Foam Water Sprinkler Protection
Gary Ryman

FIRE – FIRE – FIRE Proper implementation of Industrial Heaters and Controls To Reduce the Likelihood of Fires on Semiconductor Equipment
Glenn Holbrook

Psychology
How Driven People Keep Calm and Carry On: Controls for Stress and Urgency that Foster Psychological Safety
David Musgrave

Overcoming Emotion and Denial with Data and Moral Psychology
Andrew Forbes

Industrial Hygiene Data vs Employee Perception: A Case Study
Novi Wong

Break (3:00pm)

GHG
A Comparison of Bottom-up Global Emission Estimates of PFCs from the Electronics Industry and Atmospheric Measurements
Stephanie Bogle, Deborah Ottinger

Magnitudes, Trends and Identities of Fluorinated GHG Emissions Reported under the US Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
Deborah Ottinger, Stephanie Bogle

Emergency Response
Electronic Speciality Gas and Liquid Emergency Response in Taiwan
Jenq R Chen

Chlorine Trifluoride
Eugene Ngai

Safety Behavior
Targeting Exposure for Safer Decisions and Performance
Jim Spigener

Quantitative Assessment and Reduction of Attention-Based Human Error Risk
Jacob Spicer

Managing and influencing subfab safety in a rapidly growing and changing semiconductor industry
Richard Meredith, Alan Ifould

Welcome Social (6:00pm)

(Sponsored by Airgard)

April 15 (Wednesday)

Registration (8:00am)

Keynote
Fire Commissioner Philadelphia
Adam Thiel

Break (9:30am)

EHS Data Management
Leveraging Business Intelligence to Measure Safety Success and Align with Business Goals
Jeff Cross, James Miller

How to Influence EHS Management Leadership by Leveraging Enterprise Software Solutions
Sarah Brennan

Gas Management
Toxic Gas Monitoring System – Decisions that make your system work for you
Dan Maxwell

Applying FTIR multi-gas measurement technology to solving plant air quality issues in the Semiconductor Industry
Jim Cornish

Under Pressure- Incidents and Lessons Learned
Ron Scholtz

Chemical Regulations & Management Roundtable
Chemical Regulations Update – The Crucial Partnership of Supply Chain and EHS Compliance Chemical Trends Partnering to Implement Sustainable Chemistries

Lunch (11:30am)

Sponsored by SESHA

EHS Management
Next Gen EHS
Menka Vansant

What the Heck is a SHEMQS? A Busy EHS Manager–and More
Mark Heaney, Erika* Erikson (CIH,CSP)

Stuck in Safety: Breaking Through Your Career Plateau
Colin Brown

Safety’s Competitive Advantage and the Future of the Safety, Health, and Environmental Profession
Colin Brown

Energetics
New Requirements from SEMI S30-0719: Characterizing Energetic Materials for use in Semiconductor R&D and Manufacturing Processes
Michael Carolan, Jena Dorrin, Amy Theis

SEMI S-30, Energetic Materials and Methods for Mitigating Process Exhaust Pipe Hazards
Steve Cottle, Michael Gordon, David Blackman

Pyrophoric Chemical Safety – Changes in 2020 Fire Codes and Standards as Result of Recent Research, Testing, and Technology Developments
Matt Wyman

Risk Assessment
Tracking Risk Assessments on iOS with FileMaker Pro
Makah Encarnacao, Bob Bowers

Streamlining Risk Assessments Using Ranked Hazards and Data Analysis
Christopher Williams

When EHS and Cyber Collide
Joseph Pierini

Break (3:00pm)

PFAS
Removal of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Using Regenerable Resin Technology
Rebecca Dietz, Treavor Boyer

PFAS Regulatory Trends and How Industry is Responding
John Cuthberson

Treatment of PFAS at Industrial Facilities
John Cuthberson

Abatement
NOx/CO Thermal Abatement Emission Management Through Dynamic Active Burner Control
Adam Stover, Angela Bayler

Hybrid Gas Abatement Strategies for Advanced Materials
Peter Alabiso

Reduction of Post-Combustion Abatement System Particulate Material
Adam Stover, Angela Bayler, Dani Muse

Risk Assessment
Advanced Risk Assessment – Likelihood Estimation and Layers of Protection
Mark Fessler

Quantitative and Semi-Quantitative Risk Assessment Techniques and Applications
Steven Trammell

April 17 (Friday)

PDC 3
8am-5pm
Managing Safety in Additive Manufacturing
Paul Bates

PDC 4
8am-5pm
Fundamentals and EHS Challenges of Semiconductor Manufacturing
Aaron Zude

PDC 5
8am-12pm
Semiconductor EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting
Mike Sherer, Jesse Gonzalez

PDC 6
1pm-5pm
Semiconductor EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting
Mike Sherer, Jesse Gonzalez

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