The American Industrial Hygiene Association’s (AIHA) website has undergone a major redesign that includes a new online University and Consumer Center Makes the organization says will make IH/OEHS resources more accessible than ever.
The online address remains the same: www.AIHA.org.
The new website adds content resources for industrial hygiene and occupational health professionals, government agencies, researchers and students interested in worker health and safety, and the general public. Additionally, the AIHA says the modern design and revamped navigation system make it more intuitive, so that in just a few clicks visitors can find the information they need.
Resources include the following:
- The new AIHA University, which provides cutting-edge education, training programs, and conferences to current and aspiring industrial hygiene and OEHS professionals.
- The new AIHA University e-Library Subscription,which grants visitors unlimited online access to 50 of AIHA's bestselling publications, including newly released titles.
- A new public resource center that offers professionals as well as consumers extensive information and links on a variety of industrial hygiene topics and worker safety issues, such as disaster recovery, mold, noise exposure, environmental issues, respiratory protection, ergonomics, nanotechnology, indoor air quality, and incident preparedness and response.
- The new AIHA Member Center gives members access to exclusive information dashboards and AIHA's online community, Catalyst, along with the latest information on issues affecting industrial hygiene and related occupational and environmental health and safety professions.
The website also contains things that have been there all along but were hard to find, such as free downloads of white papers, infographics, and so much more.
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, impairment, or affect the well-being of workers and members of the community. The organization provides comprehensive education programs and other products and services that help its members maintain the highest professional standards.
More than half of the nearly 8,500 members are Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs), and many hold other professional designations. AIHA serves as a resource for those employed in the industrial, consulting, academic, and government sectors. Learn more at www.aiha.org.