Semiconductor Ergonomics & Hazard Bundle

Member Price: $194.00
Non-Member Price: $233.00

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Course Description 

This course bundle consists of six courses which cover the following topics: Semiconductor Ergonomics for Maintenance and Service, Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Part 1 and Part 2, and Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 1, 2, and 3.

The first course in this bundle introduces musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that result from ergonomic injuries and are the most common reason employees cannot work. These types of injuries can be prevented, and this course will explain the action you can take to avoid or minimize the ergonomic risks you face at work. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. The Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety courses present anticipated hazards and put controls in place to maintain safety during manufacturing. The Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control courses present physical methods to control hazardous energy in your work area. Also presented will be SEMI safety guidelines for interlock systems and hazardous energy isolation. Learners also learn about lockout/tagout procedures. Finally, the last course in this group introduces the structure of a Process Safety Management program (PSM) for setting up and using workstations, manually handling material, and completing common maintenance tasks.

  • Select hand tools that optimize ergonomics.
  • Recognize semiconductor manufacturing processes and associated hazards and controls. 
  • Identify employer requirements to establish and use a hazardous energy control program.
  • Choose the correct energy isolation method for different types of hazardous energies.
  • Order the steps in the lockout/tagout procedure.
  • Identify the requirements for each step in an effective lockout/tagout program.
  • Identify steps to be taken following the completion of the maintenance.
  • Recognize SEMI guidelines for safety interlock systems.
  • Recognize the components of a Process Safety Management (PSM) Program.

Course Duration 

2.15 hours

Target Audience 

Managers, engineers, and technicians working in the semiconductor field 

Requisite Knowledge: