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.
Working safely around electricity is vital in semiconductor fabrication facilities. In this course, you will learn more about the process for implementing electrical safety, including how assessment results are used to help keep you and your co-workers safe. You will also get a review of the lockout/tagout process and learn the importance of an energized electrical work permit. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
To ensure the safety of employees who work around electricity in semiconductor fabrication facilities, employers must meet several requirements. One of the requirements is to have a written electrical safety program. In this course, you will learn how the results of the risk assessments are used to create a program and implement safe work practices. You will also learn how to respond in the event of an electrical emergency. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Employers must do what they can to protect workers from injuries and illnesses. They must implement an environmental, safety and health program, and employees must be trained in it. This course is part of that program. You will learn about precautions, safety and security, workplace hazards, emergencies, and resource and energy conservation. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees.
Semiconductor fabrication workers are confronted with environmental, safety and health hazards on a daily basis. Take this course to learn about what steps your employer or host site is required to take and what actions you can take to ensure your safety and the safety of others. This course specifically addresses ergonomics, noise, personal protective equipment (PPE), working alone and chemical safety. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Think about all the equipment used in a semiconductor fabrication facility. Now think about the different types of hazardous energy used to operate that equipment. Take this course to learn about these hazards and what you can do to ensure the safety of everyone exposed to them. This course specifically addresses hazardous energy types and regulations, energy isolating devices and electrical safety. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that result from ergonomic injuries are the most common reason employees cannot work. However, you can prevent these types of injuries. This course will explain the actions you can take to avoid or minimize the ergonomic risks you face at work. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers.