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Hazards and Solutions

Many high-technology workers in the semiconductor industry risk exposure to a variety of hazardous substances and operations. The following references aid in recognizing and controlling hazards in the workplace.

Silicon Device Manufacturing
  • Silicon Device Manufacturing. OSHA reviews the processes, potential hazards, and possible solutions involved in silicon device manufacturing.
Gallium Arsenide Device Manufacturing
Semiconductor Industry
  • Williams ME, Baldwin DG. Semiconductor industrial hygiene handbook. Park Ridge (NY): Noyes Publications; 1995.
  • Hazardous materials toxicology: clinical principles of environmental health. Sullivan JB Jr, Krieger GR, eds. Baltimore (MD): Williams & Wilkins; 1992 Jan. 1242 p.
    • Harrison M. Semiconductor manufacturing hazards.
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