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AsiaPac OH + EHS Conference + Exhibition

This conference will offer top-quality education and training focused on the Asia Pacific region. As with last year’s inaugural conference, the program will be divided into two tracks offering technical and management info on an important variety of issues. Sessions will be led by speakers from across Asia and around the world.

The conference is geared toward midlevel and senior level industrial hygiene, occupational health/hygiene and environmental health and safety professionals who practice in the region and around the world.

Educational Opportunities 

  AsiaPac OH + EHS Conference + Exhibition will offer a variety of Professional Development Courses to conference attendees.

The Exhibition 

There will be a maximum of 15 exhibitors. Sponsorship opportunities are open to all — even those who are not exhibiting. For details contact Caroline Lacey, AIHA Expo Manager, at 703.846.0748 or clacey@aiha.org.

Meet Your Sponsor

  Founded in 1939, the nonprofit American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) is one of the largest international associations serving the needs of occupational and environmental health and safety professionals practicing across all aspects of work around the world, including industry, academia, military, government, and more.

Outside the Conference

  Singapore’s rich history provides a backdrop for a variety of modern attractions. Orchard Road, originally a nutmeg and pepper plantation, is a mile-and-a-half long shopper’s paradise of high-end malls, four-star restaurants and luxury hotels.

  The area’s flora and fauna can be enjoyed at the Botanic Gardens, the Zoological Gardens and the Jurong Bird Park, which is home to the world’s largest collection of Southeast Asian birds. The unique Night Safari allows visitors to ride a train or hike through a 98-acre jungle to watch nocturnal animals come alive at night in their natural habitats.

EVENT at a glance

WHAT: AsiaPac OH + EHS Conference + Exhibition

WHERE: Singapore

WHEN: November 14-16, 2012

CONTACT: American Industrial Hygiene Association, 3141 Fairview Park Drive, Suite 777, Falls Church VA 22042; (703) 849-8888; Fax: (703) 207-3561; www.aiha.org

REGISTER: Contact Carol Tobin, AIHA Director of Global Meetings & Expositions at 703-846-0745 or CTOBIN@aiha.org.

 

 

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