See what's in store at AIHce 2013

Same great conference, brand new features!

January 3, 2013
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AIHce 2013For the past 73 years, AIHce has been the "must-attend event" for thousands of OEHS professionals world-wide. AIHce is constantly evolving to bring you the most up-to-date education and the latest advances in the industry, helping you further your career and our mission of protecting worker health. 

In addition to the same high-quality educational program and innovative presentations you expect at AIHce, take a look at what's new for 2013:

Registration Layaway Plan - For the first time ever, AIHce is offering a layaway plan to those who wish to defer part of their registration payment until closer to the conference. Pay just 50% when you register, and the balance on April 30.

Canadian Issues Track - A track designed specifically for our Canadian attendees covering upstream oil & gas operations, combustible dust, confined space incidents, the impact of GHS in Canadian workplaces, and mining.

PDC Satisfaction Guarantee - AIHce is so confident in the quality of our PDCs that we’re guaranteeing them. If you're not satisfied, you'll get your money back. No questions asked.

Beautiful Montreal - Montreal was named one of the world’s top cities to visit and one of the world’s happiest cities by Lonely Planet. See why at AIHce 2013! 

Stewardship 2013 - Stewardship 2013 will bring together prominent product stewards and sustainability professionals to present and discuss current issues, case studies, practical experiences and new developments.

Virtual Conference - Can’t make it to Montreal? No worries…you can still get the conference experience, practical information and CM credit – without the need to travel.

...and much more!

Make sure to register early to reserve your first-choice hotel, enroll in the highest-rated professional development courses, and save up to $210!

Traveling to Montreal:
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Is your passport up-to-date? Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A valid U.S. passport or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements.

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Monday's Opening General Session, presented by Frans Johansson, CEO of New York's The Medici Group, is titled The Medici Effect: Groundbreaking Innovation at the Intersection of Disciplines and Cultures.

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