UL EHS Sustainability and SESHA have partnered together to develop courses specific to the semiconductor and high-tech industries, a collection of 18 modules designed by safety experts and adult learning specialists. The semiconductor and high-tech industries comprise a unique amount and level of job hazards, and finding quality, job-specific training on those hazards can be difficult. This new suite of online courses provides a comprehensive safety training foundation for SESHA partners.

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OSHA 10: General Industry Outreach Training Course (High-Tech/Semiconductor) (IACET CEU=1.0)

This program provides information about worker rights, employer responsibilities and how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job-related hazards. UL and SESHA partnered to offer this High-tech/Semiconductor industry-specific version of OSHA’s General Industry training. Although many essential safety topics are covered, additional site-specific information and hands-on demonstrations of skills are ultimately needed for your safety and to fulfill training requirements found in OSHA standards. Many jurisdictions, employers and unions require this course, which is voluntary at the U.S. federal level. Each student who completes the program will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. OSHA Outreach Training is only available to trainees within the geographic jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act. Trainees outside this jurisdiction will not receive cards for course completion. The program will take longer than 10 hours.

SESHA Safety Bootcamp Suite (IACET CEU=0.6)

Workers in semiconductor fabrication facilities perform a range of job functions in different areas. Many of the tasks you perform and many of the areas in which you perform them pose unique and specific hazards. What do you need to know about fabrication processes and facilities to keep yourself and others safe? The foremost goal of the Semiconductor Safety suite of courses is to help workers and supervisors understand how to stay safe and healthy on the job. The courses address general environmental, health and safety dangers, as well as the hazards inherent in specific fabrication processes. They also cover the precautions that employers and employees can take to control exposure to these hazards. Two of the most common dangers workers face result from the handling and storage of hazardous chemicals, and from working with and around hazardous energy such as electricity. These dangers affect not only the workers that use the chemicals or electrical equipment, but those that work near

SESHA: General EHS, Ergonomics and Semiconductor Safety (IACET CEU=0.1)

To stay safe at work, it is important that you know about the hazards in your environment and the practices and programs your employer has in place to keep you and your co-workers healthy and safe. These courses will help you understand workplace hazards and how to avoid them using controls. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers, including semiconductor fabrication supervisors and office workers.

SESHA: Semiconductor Chemical Safety Including Toxic Gases (IACET CEU=0.2)

Semiconductor fabrication involves many hazardous liquid chemicals and gases that can be dangerous if people do not handle them properly. These courses will help you understand which liquid chemicals and gases you may encounter, what controls your employer has in place to minimize the danger and what you can do to remain healthy and safe. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers who work inside fabrication facilities.

SESHA: Semiconductor Electrical Safety (IACET CEU=0.1)

The energy used during the semiconductor fabrication process can be dangerous. Take these courses to learn about the practices and programs, such as lockout/tagout, that your employer expects you to use to remain safe when working with energized equipment. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers.

SESHA: Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety (IACET CEU=0.1)

Where does your job fit in with the entire semiconductor fabrication process? Take these courses to find out! You will learn about the steps of the process, the types of hazards involved in them and the controls in place to keep workers from being hurt. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers who work inside fabrication facilities.