SESHA 2016 Symposium --- WSC2

ESH Nanomaterials

Tim Yeakley

World Semiconductor Counsel, Safety and Health Working Group


ESH Nanomaterials Workshop Agenda CMP ESH Information Review (>60% of the available time) • Data gathered by companies on use, controls, monitoring methods and exposure • Analytical techniques • Morphology • Human toxicity data • Environmental toxicity data • Sharing and idea exchange Carbon based ENM’s (<20% of the available time) • Data gathered by companies on use, controls, monitoring methods and exposure • Analytical techniques • Human toxicity data • Environmental toxicity data Metal Based ENM’s – sharing and discussion (<10% of the available time) • Data gathered by companies on use, controls, monitoring methods and exposure • Analytical techniques • Human toxicity data • Environmental toxicity data Participation in this full day workshop is limited to WSC members and approved suppliers. All attendees will be required to share non-confidential information about the workshop topic. All persons who attend a WSC workshop must be an expert in a field that can add to the discussion to resolve open technical issues (e.g. safety and health professional with experience in the topic area, analyst performing studies in the area). Persons who request to attend that are not a member of the WSC will receive instructions to provide information that will be reviewed by the WSC before they receive final attendance approval. Information that will be needed for each attendee is a biography, a brief description of experience in the area and a brief description of any information that will be shared with the group. Sales and marketing presentations will not be allowed.