NASA ESD Program Monitor Training
2-Day Virtual "Hands On" with Live Demos and Experiments
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ESD Program Monitor (coordinator) and Auditor: This course is designed by RMV (the Originator of Hands-On Training) for NASA civil servants and/or contracting primes who play a major role in ESD damage prevention and support the NASA ESD Program Managers. The first day covers ESD issues in greater depth, how to build Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D and Do No Harm R&D safe workstations, plus how to implement and prepare for a QAAR Audit and internal NASA OSMA assessments. Students will learn how to conduct periodic verification measurements and how to implement corrective actions through instrument-driven tests during an audit. In addition, the course covers ESD instrumentation use, procedures and how to utilize ESD Materials Corrective Action Forms. The second day is devoted to Test Methods (hands-on), completion of ESD workstation measurements and filling out Workstation Class C FORM, plus conducting measurements as provided in the outline below. Special work forms are provided in the workbook. Each student will conduct verification testing for surface resistance of ESD materials, Resistance to a Groundable Point for ESD workstations, wrist straps, & flooring resistance measurements, ionization verification, ground measurements (bus bar or electrical), garments, gloves, soldering irons, wriststraps, footwear and seating. Traceability of the Course is to the New NASA 8739.6b & ANSI/ESD S20.20-2014.
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