As the SHE professional’s world becomes more complicated, the role of ethics becomes increasingly important. There has been little discussion about the ethical dilemmas that SHE professionals face and how to resolve them. Please plan to join us as we welcome Dr. Lon Ferguson, CSP, CFPS and Dr. Jan K. Wachter, CIH, CSP who will discuss ethical theories, decision frameworks and codes of ethics that can aid in ethical decision-making. These will be applied to real-life SHE cases in this 2 hour class. Register online by Feb. 15.
EHS Manager - Integrated Solutions & Services (14467)
Apply today to join our 4000 professionals around the world as we pursue our purpose: Transforming Water. Enriching Life. Evoqua is hiring! We’re seeking an experienced EHS Manager to join our team at our Corporate Headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA.
You’ll manage the company's EHS functions in accordance with corporate policies and procedures to meet company’s business requirements. This is the mid-tier EHS position for our Integrated Services and Solutions Segment but performs work within policies and frameworks established by the larger corporation.
Read more in the online job description - CLICK HERE
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Over the past 30 years, the American Industrial Hygiene Foundation (AIHF) has awarded more than 680 scholarships totally nearly million to students dedicated to studying industrial hygiene and/or occupational and environmental health safety. Building upon this success, the AIHF Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that scholarship applications for 2019 are now being accepted.
Since 2014, the Pittsburgh Local Section Scholarship has been made possible through generous donations from the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s Pittsburgh Local Section. Preference is given to students studying from Slippery Rock, Indiana University of Pennsylvania or West Virginia University with a GPA of 3.0 or better.
The deadline to submit all AIHF application materials is January 28, 2019. All materials must be completed and answered in full. Students who submit a completed scholarship application will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible.
CLICK HERE FOR THE APPLICATION AND ELIGIBILITY DETAILS
The Pittsburgh AIHA would like to welcome Cardno ChemRisk to our growing list of Corporate Sponsors for 2019. Cardno ChemRisk is a scientific consulting firm that is respected worldwide for its risk assessment experience, technical capabilities, industry leadership and pioneering spirit. They specialize in helping clients characterize the health and environmental risk associated with complex exposures involving chemicals, pharmaceuticals or radionuclides in a variety of media and environments. Cardno ChemRisk has ten locations across the US including the Pittsburgh office located on Stanwix Street. Thank you to Josh Maskrey, Laura Hallett, Deanna Badger, and Julie Panko for their membership!
The Pittsburgh AIHA would like to thank FirstEnergy Corporation for their continued support as a Corporate Sponsor. They have renewed their sponsorship for 2019! Thank you to Darrick Bertig and Michelle Baber for their membership!
The National AIHA began membership renewal in October for 2019. Local section members who are also National AIHA members are encouraged to pay their dues through the National AIHA. If you are a Pittsburgh AIHA member ONLY, your dues must be paid directly to the Pittsburgh Local Section as noted below. Pittsburgh AIHA dues continues to be $25 per year in 2019. Remember that you must be a member in good standing to take advantage of reduced meeting fees, Natl. e-learning subscription, etc. Your participation is key to our success -- please renew by January 1! STUDENT AND RETIRED MEMBERS ARE FREE.
Pay Local Section Dues Through National AIHA (for Natl. AIHA Members Only):
Click here for the link for dues renewal through National AIHA. When processing renewal, please remember to check the box for Pittsburgh local section dues when you submit your payment. If you have not created a profile, you will need to “Sign Up as a New Individual” to be able to pay through National AIHA. You can also visit the National AIHA Membership page for more information. If you prefer to pay your dues directly to Pittsburgh AIHA, follow instructions below.
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If you have any questions, or want a paper invoice sent via U.S. Mail, please contact Christy at email@example.com or 412-789-4254.
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