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.
Workers in the semiconductor industry work with and around hazardous chemicals every day. Take this course to learn about the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) so you can use these chemicals safely. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees.
Employees in the semiconductor industry work with and around hazardous chemicals every day. Take this course to learn about how to store, use and dispose of hazardous chemicals along with steps to take when there is a hazardous chemical event. Ideal learners include semiconductor employees.
There are many chemicals you may be exposed to in semiconductor fabrication work. Each chemical has specific characteristics, hazards and safety measures associated with it. Take this course to learn what these chemicals are and how to protect yourself. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees.
There are many extremely hazardous chemical categories in semiconductor fabrication of which you need to be hyper-aware. Take this course to learn about nine of the categories, what they are and what to do in emergencies involving them. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees.
Hazardous gases used in semiconductor fabrication facilities are typically stored outside of the manufacturing area and piped in to the processing equipment. An accidental release of any gas could cause injury or death. In this course you will learn about the gases used, the hazards they pose and the controls used to protect workers. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees.
We all know that electricity can be dangerous. It can even kill! Working around electricity is part of your job, so we want to make sure you have the information you need to stay safe. Take this course to learn about the characteristics of electricity and electrical hazards and how to avoid them. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.