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About EHS&S

As a member-driven collaborative platform, SEMI actively facilitates industry-wide efforts to advance technology and policies that help promote health, safety, and sustainability in the microelectronics industry.

EHSS Working groups

Working Groups

Explore EHS&S working groups to see how members are collaborating to advance industry education and efforts around topics such as crisis response, regulations, sustainability, and safety standards.

EHSS Resources


A central repository for the latest articles, blogs, white papers, reports, and press releases - a one-stop location regarding the Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability initiative.

“We only have one Earth and we must take care of it, even while we advance our knowledge and technology. SEMI supports this important mission and I am proud to lead and contribute to the EHS activities through SEMI Japan. SEMI provides me a bigger voice and stronger actions.”
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Atsushi Horiba
Chairman & Group CEO, HORIBA

Join EHS&S


Interested in being a part of the Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability Community? Membership is free for companies who are already SEMI members. 

As a SEMI member, activation into the Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability community is simple. Just complete this sign-up form, check off EHS&S and we will handle the rest.

  1. To join the EHS&S community, you first have to be a SEMI member. Learn more about SEMI membership and cost of membership. 
  2. Fill out our membership application.
  3. Contact your local SEMI office to speak to a representative from that region or email us with any questions at


SEMI presents this award in memory of Akira Inoue. Mr. Inoue was an impassioned and articulate advocate of environmental responsibility and truly believed that it must permeate our industry. He felt that environmental health and safety issues should be considered for the long term and that the current generation must not leave a tremendous bill to be paid in the future by our children and grandchildren.