ESD – Electrostatic discharge

Automotive Essentials - AE07 - Inter/Intra
This training will give you basics about ESD – Electrostatic discharge: theory, sources of ESD, explanation of potential risk of damage on impacted parts, types of potential damage, examples of protections against ESD and rules of deployment of ESD protected area.
0 days All SNECI premises

    Training content

    1.What is ESD?

    2.ESD – What is the risk with an Electrostatic Discharge?

    3.What causes Static Electricity?

    4.How you got charged

    5.Types of damage / risk on the component

    6.Examples of sensitive components

    7.Risky places at production plant

    8.ESD Models

    9.How to protect?

    10.ESD protected area (EPA) – Definition

    11.EPA Prevention of HBM, MM, CDM



    The acquired knowledge is evaluated and validated at the end of the training through a quiz. This test is self-corrected with the participants and the trainer. Participants will receive a certificate of participation in the training.

    Training methodology

    During the training, each participant is placed in the situation of receiving a RFQ package. Through concrete examples, participants will understand expectations of automotive customers. Each participant will benefit from exchanges with other participants. Our method also leaves time for individual reflection, allowing each participant to develop an action plan to be executed after the training and to enrich his commercial know-how.


    Intended audience

    • Operators
    • Technician at shopfloor
    • Process Engineers
    • Quality Engineers
    • Maintenance technician

    Objectives and results

    • Basic awareness about ESD
    • Theory about ESD – electrostatical discharge
    • Risks linked with ESD
    • Types of damage and defects caused by ESD
    • Example of protection against ESD
    • ESD protected area



    Your trainer

    Training is conducted by a Quality specialist with several years of experience in this field.

    Training dates

    • 26/01/2021
    • 20/04/2021

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