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American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo

March 2, 2012
With engaging general and technical sessions, professional development courses (PDCs) and a bustling Expo, AIHce has been a source of professional development and networking for industrial hygiene and occupational and environmental health and safety professionals for more than 75 years.

New this year:

The “Get Three” guarantee offers a registration fee refund if you don’t get three new pieces of information during each PDC you attend; a new AIHce App lets you manage your schedule and view session and exhibitor listings from your smartphone.

The Expo Marketplace

Exhibitors will demonstrate a variety of products: asbestos abatement, biosafety, communication/training, computer applications, confined space, construction, consulting, education/training, emergency response, environmental consulting, ergonomics, health and safety products, hazardous waste management, hearing conservation, laboratory equipment, lead and lead abatement, legal services, noise abatement, occupational epidemiology, product health and safety, PPE, respiratory protection, risk exposure assessment, safety, sampling/analytical equipment, toxicology and more.

Meet Your Sponsors

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 industrial hygiene in industry, government, labor, academic institutions, and independent organizations.

The American Council of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH®) is a member-based council dedicated to advancing industrial hygiene and occupational health by providing essential, cutting-edge information to government, academia, and corporate facilities throughout the world.

EVENT at a glance

WHAT: AIHce 2012

WHERE: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

WHEN: June 16-21, 2012

HOT TOPICS: Chemical and biological stressors, emerging issues, sustainability and social responsibility.

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

REGISTER:  Register online at: www.AIHce2012.org

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