Twin Cities Chapter

Date: September 27, 2000
Topic: Roundtable: Tool Maintenance Issues / Training
Host: Aon Risk Services


Summary of Meeting:

· The Twin Cities Chapter met on Tuesday, September 19th at Aon Risk Services in Bloomington, MN. The purpose was to review tool maintenance training issues and to discuss Twin Cities Chapter initiatives for 2001. Jay Rodstein, Honeywell EHS engineer discussed a recent incident where asbestos was found in old equipment pipe insulation. Dwight Zuck, Quantum Clean (outsource parts cleaning), also attended the meeting and briefly discussed available services. Fourteen members attended the meeting representing FSI, Honeywell, Cypress, Seagate, USTC, Zellweger Analytics, Aon, UW-Stout and two consultants.


The meeting proceeded as follows:

1. Reviewed June Meeting Minutes

SESHA Conference Recap

TC Chapter Initiatives

*Chapter president / web site contact (current)

*Secretary / president elect (new position)

*Annual Mini-Conference involvement
*Student Chapter – Field Study Topics / Presentations

2. Round Table Discussion: Tool Maintenance Training / Issues

3. Dwight Zuck, Quantum Clean, discussed parts cleaning services

4. Determined Meeting Topics for 2001

Feb Seagate TGO
May USTC Fire Suppression
Sept Aon MSDS
Dec FSI Semi/TBD


For more information on the SESHA Twin Cities Chapter meetings contact:


Heartland Region Director:
David Bartko - Aon Risk Services, 952-656-8183, David_Bartko@ars.aon.com
Twin Cities Chapter President:
Pat Gruneberg – Cypress Semiconductor, 612-851-5018, peg@cypress.com