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SESHA Virtual Symposium

SESHA Virtual Symposium

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SESHA ESH for High Technology, presents the Virtual Symposia bringing all the cutting-edge research and practical ES&H information of our live symposium directly to you.

Join the entire global ES&H Semiconductor Community for this unique learning experience.

Scheduled in weekly three-hour classes, each symposium session features multiple speakers on a specific topic.

Register for the whole symposium for only $250 or individual courses at $50 each. And, since you don’t have the expense of travel, you can register more team members!

This is more than $1,000 worth of educational content at our Annual Symposium rates, without the added travel expenses!  Registrations for individual courses are also available at $50 each.  Registration includes access to the live and recorded event.

Each registered participant will receive contact hours for each course attended, earning 30+ hours for the whole series.

Pyrophoric Chemical Safety – Changes in 2020 Fire Codes and Standards as Result of Recent Research, Testing, and Technology Developments

Matt Wyman

Over the past 4+ years KFPI has been involved in the research, testing, and development of fire safety solutions regarding pyrophoric chemicals hazards. This included many projects regarding the fire detection and fire suppression/protection of energetic materials such as pyrophoric liquid metal organics like TMA (trimethyl aluminum). This also included many projects with ASM regarding the fire and gas detection of various leak scenarios of pyrophoric gases such as silane. The results of projects have identified and confirmed numerous limitations & challenges within the current/previous fire safety codes and standards which have resulted in many unsafe conditions at fabs around the world. As a result of new data and technology developments that have occurred in the past few years, the associated fire safety codes and standards have also began to be updated accordingly in 2020. This presentation will highlight the findings of the past pyrophoric testing projects, new pyrophoric fire safety technology advancements (such as LCAS), and various changes to fire safety codes and standards in 2020.

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