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In the contemporary modern electronic industry, managing an "ESD-Program" is an integral but logical part of a complete quality program. In fact, those who do not have an active ESD-Program puts themselves and their customers at risk.

The International ESD Standard IEC61340-5-1  says: ESD Training is essential and needs to be part of employee introduction courses. Relevant structured ESD training shall be provided for all personnel who specify,  procure, design, mark or handle ESDS in any way or are likely to do so, including those who manage and supervise them. Special emphasis should be placed on training of personnel who are to undertake field work. Subcontractors, cleaners and temporary personnel need to receive awareness or appropriate training for their activities.

Visitors must be made aware of your local ESD handling procedures.

Personnel need to be trained to employ effectively the materials, equipment and procedures provided in accordance with this technical report and to understand why electrostatic precautions are needed in order to have an effective ESD secured safety process.


ESD-SuperStat is an ESD total project designer, operates worldwide,  to set up and give you the right ESD-tools, ESD-products and ESD-information to implement an “ESD-save” environment.


We share our ESD knowledge with our customers and provide practical, interactive ESD-Trainings and courses.

Our ESD trainings & ESD courses includes:    
  • History of ESD;
  • Recognition of ESD    Theory of electrostatic charging;
  • Acceptance of ESD;
  • Methods to prevent damage by ESD;   
  • What is ESD and terms;
  • ESDS sensitivity;
  • The Basics of the Triboelectric Charge;               
·         Basic knowledge of electrostatic discharge;
·         Identification of sensitive devices (ESDS);
·         The limits of ESD protection measures;
  • What are charges;
  • What are discharges;   
  • ESD damage;    
  • ESD damage models;
  • How do we prevent damage by ESD;
  • ESD action plan or approach;
·         Knowledge of ESD protective equipment and items;
·         Special handling procedures;
  • ESD internal pre-audit checklist;           
·         Awareness of the 61340-5-1 Technical Report;
·         Use of new techniques & processes before implementation;
·         Any conflicts with safety requirements;
·         High voltage precautions, if required;
  • Control exam from ESD Awareness Training.
Follow-on trainings should be provided at an appropriate (documented) interval specified by the ESD Coordinator.

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