Salus Engineering International provides a full range of courses on design for safety compliance. Our courses have been successfully taught throughout the world. A central element of the strength of these courses is the experience of the instructors. Salus Engineering International only uses engineering safety professionals who have years of hands-on experience to conduct training. This greatly enhances the interactive portion of the training course that is essential to its success. While Salus Engineering International has a standard suite of courses, any of these courses can be customized to delete materials that may not be useful to a given equipment manufacturer, or to add materials that may be of particular use. Salus Engineering International’s standard package of training includes the following courses.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the requirements of SEMI S2, the Environmental, Health, and Safety Guideline for Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment and its essential supporting standards. Its focus is in two essential areas: developing a basic understanding of the requirements of SEMI S2, and helping to identify the most common SEMI S2 non-compliances and how to avoid them. This is a good overview course for companies that are new to the S2 process.
This is an in-depth course intended for design engineers on the requirements of SEMI S2 Environmental, Health, and Safety Guideline for Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment. Instruction is focused on both understanding requirements and applying them to engineering design. Training is supported by Salus Engineering’s virtual equipment used to illustrate engineering examples. Discussions as well as examples cover the full range of SEMI S2 topics including electrical, mechanical, chemical, ventilation, industrial hygiene, seismic, documentation, interlocks, and EMO. The following supporting standards are integrated into this course.
All aspects of compliant design are included in this comprehensive training course.
This electrical safety design course begins with the fundamentals of electrical safety, and then progresses to electrical design in the semiconductor industry as it relates to essential national, international, and industry standards such as:
Emphasis is given on both understanding requirements and successfully applying them to electrical design. This course relies heavily on examples to facilitate interactive discussion and understanding of the material.
This course provides detailed information regarding electrical design engineering for the new SEMI S22 Guideline - Safety Guideline for the Electrical Design of Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment. Understanding requirements and their application is the central thrust of this course. Examples and brief in-class exercises help illustrate the material.
This course has a dual focus: understanding the requirements of SEMI S8 (the Ergonomics Engineering of Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment) and understanding how to apply them to ergonomically sound equipment design. While ergonomics is an increasingly important topic, it is also a difficult concept for design engineers to grasp and effectively apply. This course effectively bridges that gap. The key is encouraging design engineers to understand ergonomic requirements as another set of design parameters that must be accounted for during the design phase, and then providing them with practical solutions to the implementation of such a program. Emphasis of this course is on cost-efficient ergonomic design of equipment.
This course focuses on gas box design for toxics, flammables, and pyrophorics. The materials cover all aspects of gas box design including ventilation, P&ID design, and component selection as it relates to safety and compliance. Emphasis is given to both comprehending requirements and applying them. This course makes use of essential reference standards such as:
SEMI S2 is a comprehensive safety standard: it has requirements for all types of hazards. Therefore, the reader of an S2 report, either, learns a lot about the protections and mitigations for the hazardous energies and substances on the system, or, learns... not so much... Having the tools to critically review a SEMI S2 report and recognize the essential supporting guidelines and standards relevant to that equipment and its safety, is a positive asset for risk management at the use or integration facility. This course is designed to give insights into the key areas of a SEMI S2 report related to the system under review and whether it matters or not.
Our senior engineers have conducted training worldwide. Our group's strong engineering base results in strong engineering support. If you are interested in any of the courses we offer or would like us to customize a training course for your company, please contact us today.