AIHA supports HazCom Registry Preparation workshop
Course will be offered March 16-17 in Las Vegas, Nevada
The American Industrial Hygiene Association is pleased to support the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication's professional development training, HazCom Registry Preparation, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The course, designed for hazard communication professionals preparing to sit for the Safety Data Sheets & Label Authoring Registry competency assessment, will be presented on March 16-17 by Robert Skoglund, Ph.D., DABT, CIH; Denese A. Deeds, CIH, FAIHA, SDSRP; Douglas Eisner, M.S.; Chandra D. Gioiello, M.S., CIH; and Robert Roy, Ph.D., DABT.
The two-day course will address both the knowledge and skills portions of the assessment by focusing on the eight rubrics defined as the Body of Knowledge and incorporating workshop activities for each rubric. The workshop aligns with the recently updated and released SDS & Label Authoring Registry Proficiency Study Guide.
To register for the HazCom Registry Preparation workshop, please visit the SCHC registration website .
Founded in 1939, AIHA is a nonprofit organization serving professionals dedicated to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, control and confirmation of environmental stressors in or arising from the workplace that may result in injury, illness or impairment, or affect the well-being of workers and members of the community. AIHA provides comprehensive education programs and other products and services that help its members maintain the highest professional standards.
More than half of AIHA's nearly 8,500 members are Certified Industrial Hygienists, and many hold other professional designations. AIHA serves as a resource for those employed in the industrial, consulting, academic and government sectors. Visit www.aiha.org for more information.
About SCHC The Society for Chemical Hazard Communication is a professional society committed to serving chemical hazard communication professionals and to promoting knowledge and awareness in all areas of chemical hazard communication. Areas covered include worker safety, domestic and international regulatory compliance, toxicology and other chemical and physical hazards, environmental toxicology and risk analysis.
Members are professionals who represent industrial, consumer and specialty chemical companies; pharmaceutical firms; manufacturers; distributors and importers; government agencies; universities; and consultants. For more information, visit www.schc.org.