ESD: Training Aids

ESD Program Management

Second Edition
G. Theodore Dangelmayer

Published: 1999, by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Pages: 471 Chapters: 20 Appendices: 4 Glossary: References: Index
Price: $298 USD

The book is divided into the following chapters:

  1. 12 Critical Factors in managing ESD
  2. Common Myths
  3. Implementing an ESD Control Program: the Basic Steps
  4. Fundamentals of Electrostatics
  5. Economic Benefits: 7 Convincing Case Studies
  6. Designed-In Protection and Product Testing
  7. ESD Test Facilities
  8. Realistic Requirements
  9. Common Problems in Smaller Companies
  10. Guidelines for Smaller Companies: An Innovative System Audit
  11. Internal Auditing
  12. Using Auditing Results to Manage the ESD Program
  13. Statistical Process Control and ISO 9000
  14. Material Characterization and Auditing Measurements
  15. Purchasing Guidelines: Finding the Hidden Costs and Problems
  16. Training for Measurable Goals
  17. Training Demonstrations
  18. Packaging Considerations
  19. Automation
  20. Strategic and Economic Benefits

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Ted Dangelmayer is the president of Dangelmayer Associates, LLC and has assembled an ESD consulting team consisting of the foremost authorities in virtually all ESD areas of both product design and manufacturing. He received the “Outstanding Contribution” award and the EOS/ESD Association, Inc. “Founders” award. He was president of EOS/ESD Association, Inc., chairman of the ESDA standards committee, and general chairman of the EOS/ESD Symposium. He has published two editions of his book, ESD Program Management, numerous magazine articles, and technical papers. Ted holds three patents and is iNARTE certified. He is currently president of the Northeast local chapter of EOS/ESD Association, Inc., a member of the ESDA education Council, ESDA Marketing Team, and ESDA Publicity Team.

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