Mark your calendar for this year's President's Luncheon at The LeMont - Thursday, March 26, 2020 when we welcome National AIHA President Kathy Murphy to Pittsburgh for our annual luncheon. Registration will open in February. See this featured article/interview with Kathy titled "Don't be Afraid to Try New Things" from EHS Today - https://www.ehstoday.com/industrial-hygiene/article/21920155/dont-be-afraid-to-try-new-things
The Election ballot link will be distributed via email on Monday, February 24 at 6:00 AM to all current active members of the Pittsburgh AIHA. Please take a few minutes to view the ballot / candidate bios / and cast your vote!! The deadline to vote is Sunday, March 1 at 11:59 PM. This year's candidates are listed below:
President-Elect: Laura Hallett, Cardno ChemRisk
Director: Carol Delfino, CIH, CSP (SE Technologies, LLC), Adrianne Watkins, CIH (Montrose Environmental Group, Inc.)
Treasurer: Maureen Kelly (Transitional Services)
If you have any questions or did not receive a ballot please contact Christy at email@example.com.
Thank you to our speakers Andy Maier, PhD, MS, CIH, DABT and Scott Dotson, PhD, MS, CIH, DABT of Cardno ChemRisk who gave a presentation titled: OEL Mysteries - Wait, Wait, Do Not Tell Me! to a group of 30+ Pittsburgh AIHA members and guests. Local Section Director, Josh Maskrey, CIH and Pgh. AIHA Member Laura Hallett coordinated this event held in the Cardno ChemRisk offices in downtown Pittsburgh. Josh also gave a short presentation of the benefits of being a Pittsburgh AIHA Member and Corporate Sponsor before the event and distributed a Member Benefits handout to attendees (thanks Laura H.!).
Presentation slides will be available to the attendees and posted on Catalyst.
One great benefit provided by our local section is an AIHA eLearning Lite subscription. As a member of our local section, you can login, view, and obtain credit for up to five AIHA eLearning webinars per year. Save time, money, and earn credit contact hours towards maintaining your certification. AIHA webinars can cost $100-200 per individual registration. By taking advantage of our local section subscription, you can save hundreds (or thousands) of dollars on your continuing education.
Details will be sent in an email to all 2020 PAID Pittsburgh AIHA Members once the online classroom is set up. The 2020 Webinars are as follows:
IMPORTANT - YOU MUST BE CURRENT 2020 DUES-PAYING MEMBER. Our Pgh. AIHA subscription roster includes only members current on their 2020 dues. Pgh. AIHA 2020 Corporate Sponsors and students / retired members (dues waived) are already included in the roster. If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact Christy at firstname.lastname@example.org
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AIHA IH Professional Pathway
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