Semiconductor Cleanroom Management


This course will cover the operations of a cleanroom - basis of design, personnel issues, maintenance, monitoring, cleaning, training, and all other related issues. Managers will have an in depth knowledge and understanding of the contributions of the following: Contamination by Personnel, Gowning, Equipment Repairs and the Design itself. Methods of control and monitoring as well as risk assessment tools will be covered to assist the user in solving contamination problems.

We offer this and all courses as On Site Training

WHAT THE COURSE COVERS:

  • Cleanroom Design
  • What is it?
  • How does it work
  • Airflow
  • Pressure
  • Temperature and humidity
  • Air change rates
  • Critical / controlled areas
  • Flows - product/ people/ materials/ waste
  • HEPA filters
  • Certification/ qualification
  • ISO 14644-1
  • ISO 14644-3
  • People - a source of contamination
  • Rules, regulations and disciplines
  • Gowning and Fabric selection
  • Movements in the cleanroom
  • Admittance of items
  • Airlocks
  • Pass-thru's
  • Sanitization
  • Theory
  • Tools and equipment
  • Techniques – ISO 14644-5 and RP-18 ( with demo’s of 1/2/3 bucket method)
  • Work station cleaning – with demo
  • Test methods
  • Operations
  • Equipment selection
  • Equipment Repair
  • Tools
  • Equipment movement
  • Facility modifications
  • Monitoring
  • Particles
  • Surfaces
  • Molecular Contamination
  • How to address excursions
  • Training

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Engineers
  • Facility Managers
  • Quality Managers
  • Production Managers


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