ESD Control for Non-Manufacturing Personnel
All non-technical personnel who travel through electronic production areas
The training ESD Control for Non-Manufacturing Personnel is tailor-made for all the non-technical personnel who travel through electronic production areas. This training program explains and demonstrates exactly what ESD is, what causes it, and how to prevent damage to valuable electronic components. It also covers personal grounding and testing; product handling; static fields; and how to recognize and report unsafe ESD practices. No longer do non-technical people need to follow a training that waste their valuable time with extraneous information. This focused training includes exactly what this audience needs to know. Do your managers and non-technical audiences a favor — show them they’re an important part of ESD prevention by providing focused instruction for their specific needs.
Who should attend?
- maintenance workers,
- purchasing staff,
- and even customers
Certification: 4 hours exclusive exam (optional)
Recertification: 2 hours exclusive exam (optional)
Challenge test: 0,5 hour only exam
Course materialsEach participant will receive a summary of the training
|Module 1||What is static electricity? content of the module: Introduction Explaining the various directives Causes of charging (triboelectric series)|
|Module 2||Effects of static electricity content of the module: Definition of ESD Damage caused by ESD Awareness of ESD issues|
|Module 3||An ESD safe area (EPA) content of the module: Definition of an EPA Symbols used for identifying a EPA What do we mean by an EPA? Procedures and rules within the EPA Explanation of personal protective equipment (clothing, wrist band, floor, etc.) Symbols and marks|