Yet, there are specific needs — such as within
the aerospace community — that require flexibility in providing application-specific training. The longer term objective of IEST and the
ICEB is to create common training programs to
improve professional skills with globally accepted accreditation based on recognized standards.
The author acknowledges and thanks IEST staff
and Conor Murray for their contribution to this
article. Conor Murray is a principal in his own company, 3dimension Cleanrooms, and is a subject matter
expert on cleanrooms and contamination control. He is
Chairman of the Irish Cleanroom Society and Head of
Delegation for Ireland at TC 209. He is a past Chairman
of the ICCCS and the inaugural chair of the ICEB.
Jan Eudy is a Cleanroom/Contamination Control
Consultant as well as a Fellow and Past President,
Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology.
She is located in Carolina Beach, N.C. and can be
reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Semiconductor manufacturing requires significant
energy, resources, and monitoring to ensure product quality and personnel safety. Turning a normal
environment, where everything is a risk to the wafer,
into a highly controlled, stable, continuously operating environment is a unique challenge. However,
that challenge can be met without sacrificing cost
or environmentally sustainable operation. RFAB
is a testament to bringing the best of both worlds
together to achieve the world’s first LEED-Certified
semiconductor manufacturing facility.
Ben Winsett is the Facilities Engineering Manager of
Texas Instruments, headquartered in Dallas.
Cleanroom Design and Environmental
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