Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 10:43:37 -0600
Reply-To: Kerry Smith <kerry_smith**At_Symbol_Here**BYU.EDU>
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From: Kerry Smith <kerry_smith**At_Symbol_Here**BYU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Clean Rooms
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SEMI has several publications for the semiconductor industry. They may give you an education discount. I purchased "S15-0200 Safety Guidelines for the Evaluation of Toxic and Flammable gas Detection Systems." Stanford Univ. has an excellent program. It is based on the Santa Clara County ordinance(#NS-517.44) and focused on toxic gases, but it might help with your process. I learned a lot from it. Many semiconductor operations use the Santa Clara County ordinance or parts there of. If you insure through FM Global, they too have useful documents. SEMI!openview Stanford tml Good luck Kerry J. Smith, CIH Senior Industrial Hygienist BYU Risk Management & Safety Dept. T 801-422-2943 F 801-422-0711 -----Original Message----- From: DCHAS-L Discussion List [mailto:DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Nabil Bissada Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 9:42 AM To: DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU Subject: [DCHAS-L] Clean Rooms Anyone with experience in "clean rooms" that can help me with more information on connecting and using Silane gas in the clean rooms (they are also called white rooms or semiconductor room or lab). We just built three clean rooms in our new Engineering building and no one knows how to use them or how to install the dangerous gases. I have the NFPA 318 which helps but I need more information on what NOT to do. I appreciate any help. Nabil Bissada Manager, Hazardous Materials and Radiation Safety Officer Environmental Health & Safety Office Tel: (514)848-2424 (Ext:4896) Fax:(514)848-2807 nabil.bissada**At_Symbol_Here**

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