RT214

Risk Assessment and Industrial Hygiene Solutions for Semiconductor Industry

Monday, May 23 | 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Topics:

Management, Risk Assessment and Management

Arranger: A. Korchevskiy, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO. Moderator: C. Torres, Gates Corporation, Denver, CO. Monitors: R. Strode and D. Hall, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.

The roots of success in OHS programs for the semiconductor industry relate to comprehensive hazard identification and risk assessment, deep knowledge of the manufacturing processes, flexibility in the applied solutions, and effective management. Speakers will discuss advantages of standard specifications for management systems (like OHSAS 18001:2007), as well as importance of an effective risk communication and monitoring of employees’ hazard perception. The most up-to-date methodologies of engineering nanoparticles exposure and risk assessment will be reviewed, focusing on the semiconductor facilities.

Cancer Incidence and Mortality in British Semiconductor Industry: Recent Updates D. McElvenny, The Institute of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Methodological Principles of Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment in High—Tech Industry Sectors A. Korchevskiy, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.

Employee Health Concerns in the Semiconductor Industry: The Importance of Hazard Assessment and Health Risk Communication P. Harper, Ramboll Environ, Phoenix, AZ.

Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in Semiconductor Industry—How ISO/OHSAS Works in Practice R. Tubby, Intel Corporation, Portland, OR.

Occupational Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials: Analytical Considerations and Risk Assessment A. Segrave, Bureau Veritas North America, Inc., Kennesaw, GA; S. Brenner, SUNY, Albany, NY.