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許芳銘 / Mr. Fang-Ming Hsu

 

許芳銘 / Mr. Fang-Ming Hsu

處長

Director of Corporate ESH Division

 

TSMC

 Education:

  • Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University

  • MBA, National Chiao Tung University, ROC

 Experiences:

TBD

 Biography:

 

  • Mr. Hsu is the current head of ESH Division of TSMC. Meanwhile, he chairs ESH Committee of Semiconductor Industrial Association in Chinese Taipei, co-chairs the ESH Committee of SEMI Taiwan and deeply involved in the ESH as well as energy committee affairs in Council of National Federation in Industries.

  • Starting from 1995, Mr. Hsu entered SC industry. While working for Vanguard and TSMC, his jobs covered technical and managerial consolidation of facilities and ESH. In this time period, he also chaired the professional committee of Science Park’s Water-Electricity-Gas Supply. Before 1995, he worked for industrial gas industry and petrochemical industry for a long time.

  • In recent years, Mr. Hsu has been in charge of corporate social responsibility affairs in TSMC

 

 Speech Abstract:

 Sustainability Requirements from Advanced Manufacturing Technology Viewpoints

While global high-tech industries continue to grow and technologies keep developing in recent years, the term “Sustainability” has become very popular but challenging. In other words, sustainable manufacturing is something more than “nice to have”, instead, it’s now a “must” to do and to communicate with outside world carefully.
 

In Taiwan, many people are aware that high-tech industries have been supporting local economy strongly for decades, but also confused by various public information that the industries may not only use more electricity and water as well as cause serious environmental pollutions, including air emissions, water effluents and waste disposals. Stakeholder voices need to be listened and handled. 
 

On the other hand, safe and healthy workplace has also become a factor while young generation choosing their new jobs. Working in factories is no longer their first option. That means, high-tech industries need to struggle for attracting talents against other industries currently. But unfortunately, also due to high-tech industries use more and more highly hazardous chemical materials in their processes, and the image of requiring long working hours in the past, especially semiconductor fabs. In order to well handle this issue, most of companies are putting efforts to develop S&H technologies and cumulate effective practices. 
 

I will demonstrate what are happening on this topic and try to propose solutions within personal limited knowledge.

 

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