- 2022–2023 Board of Directors Election Results - March 10, 2022
- NIOSH Outlines How Respirator Approval Program Applications Are Prioritized - March 3, 2022
- WHO Releases Standard Aimed at Preventing Hearing Loss in Recreational Settings - March 3, 2022
- AIHA Members Honored for Accomplishments in Hearing Conservation - March 3, 2022
- ECHA Proposes Ban on PFAS in Firefighting Foams - March 3, 2022
- New Draft Toxicological Profile Focuses on Beryllium - March 3, 2022
- Guide for Healthcare OHS Programs Issued by WHO, ILO - February 24, 2022
- March Webinar Will Wrap Up Three-Part Series on Skin Sensitization - February 24, 2022
- New OSHA Resources Span Topics from Asbestos in Schools to Ventilation - February 24, 2022
- CDC Seeks OHS Experts to Serve on NIOSH Board of Scientific Counselors - February 24, 2022
- EPA Allows More Time for Comments on Draft Scope Document for Asbestos Risk Evaluation - February 17, 2022
- New Document Highlights Initiatives Addressing Opioids in the Workplace - February 17, 2022
- NIOSH Reports Address Occupational Exposures to Opioids Among First Responders - February 17, 2022
- OSHA Proposes Updates to Powered Industrial Trucks Standards - February 17, 2022
- National Academies Proposes Expansion of Respiratory Protection to the Public - February 10, 2022
- AIHA, IBEC Host Summit on Protecting Vulnerable Workers - February 10, 2022
- Safe-in-Sound Awards Recognize Manufacturing Facility, Company in Professional Sound Industry - February 10, 2022
- NIOSH Webinar Series on Technological Change to Launch Next Month - February 10, 2022
- New Data Visuals from NIOSH Examine Workplace Lead Exposure Trends - February 3, 2022
- NIOSH Webinar to Discuss Work and Mental Health - February 3, 2022
- Resource Highlights Strategies, Tools to Address Healthcare Worker Burnout - February 3, 2022
- Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Gains Two New Members - February 3, 2022
AIHA is pleased to announce that registration for the annual American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo (AIHce EXP) is now open for the year 2022. Following two virtual conferences held 2020–2021, AIHce EXP 2022 will return as an in-person event held in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 23–25, 2022. The conference will also have a virtual component for participants who cannot attend the onsite events.
AIHce EXP offers a diverse menu of learning formats, including general sessions, lectures, poster sessions, interactive presentations, exhibitor learning pavilion sessions, and pre- and post-conference professional development courses. Industry professionals may also enjoy numerous opportunities to network with peers. The conference explores strategies, tools, and techniques to protect worker health worldwide. For more information, visit www.aihceexp.org.
Free webinars typically held the third Wednesday of every month from 3:00-4:00 PM (ET).
EPA's Office of Research and Development (ORD) hosts this monthly public webinar series to translate EPA research and share research resources and information that are useful, practical/applied and available to meet research needs of states/territories and other entities, such as tribes, local governments, and communities. In addition, the EPA Tools and Resources Training Webinar Series provides in-depth overviews and step-by-step tutorials on popular EPA science-based models and tools.
NOTE: Attendees have the option of receiving a certificate of attendance. Acceptance of certificates is contingent on organization requirements—EPA cannot guarantee acceptance. Closed-captioned recordings of the webinars are provided below for later viewing and as a training resource; certificates cannot be provided for viewing webinar recordings. Webinar dates and topics are subject to change.