Vichara Partners – EHS Workforce Development Initiative
The high-tech sector faces a severe talent shortage due to retirement of older professionals. As senior EHS professionals retire, the loss of their knowledge will jeopardize the industry’s ability to address chemical, physical, electrical, and biological risks, threatening the very foundation of the industry and posing serious business continuity concerns. To address this issue, SESHA and the sustainable business advisory group, Vichara Partners, are launching a new EHS Workforce Development Initiative to cultivate the next generation of EHS professionals for the high-tech sector.
“We are working towards a multi-organization, multi-year strategic plan to be published in April 2021. We would like to formally invite you to join us in this collective effort. Learn more about our plans & explore how you can contribute to these collective efforts! “
Conference calls are scheduled for the following dates/times: “
- 12/18, 12:00 PM EST
- 1/2, 12:00 PM EST
- 1/7, 11:00 AM EST
- 1/10, 4:00 PM EST
- 1/13, 10:00 AM EST
To learn more: https://lnkd.in/eT5CQXs
“We look forward to working with you & your organization to address EHS workforce development issues for high-tech industries. SESHA & Vichara Partners”
The lack of a robust environmental, health and safety (EHS) workforce development plan represents a serious threat to the high-tech sector and jeopardizes the industry’s ability to address risks.
- Seasoned EHS professionals are rapidly approaching retirement age,
- Highly technical industries rely heavily on specialized knowledge and expertise,
- Demand for graduates with strong backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields is high,
- Rapid technology changes require new skills and talents, and
- High-tech industries face stiff competition in the fight for talent.
The development of the next generation of EHS professionals for the high-tech industry is of paramount importance.
Strong organizational partnerships are critical to addressing this issue at a fundamental level. To solve these challenges, SESHA and Vichara Partners are launching a workforce development initiative. We would love for you to join us!
To better understand why we care so deeply about this issue, visit THE PASSION.
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Semiconductor Equipment Fire Safety
KFPI (Koetter Fire Protection International) is a semiconductor fire safety company, 100% dedicated to semiconductor and related high-tech manufacturing process fire safety. Our global team is comprised of semiconductor experts who bring a diverse range of semiconductor technical expertise and a valuable depth of semiconductor process experience. We focus on the small but critical industry niche of fire safety for process tools. KFPI does not manufacture fire suppression equipment. We use the best quality components in our designs of custom-engineered fire safety systems for semiconductor process tools.