Editorial Calendar

Included in every issue is the NewsWatch section, which includes short articles and updates from NIOSH, the CDC, EPA, OSHA, and other government agencies. The focus is on news, new research and findings, and best practices. Hot-button topics like silica and GHS labeling have appeared here throughout the past year.

​2019 Print Deadlines

(Scroll down for Digital Deadlines)

​Issue Date Space Close​ Art Due​​
​January ​11/5/2018 ​11/12/2018
​February ​12/5/2018 ​12/12/2018
​March ​1/11/2019 ​1/4/2019
​April ​2/5/2019 ​2/12/2019
​May ​3/11/2019 ​3/18/2019
​June/July ​4/11/2019 ​4/18/2019
​August ​6/13/2019 ​6/20/2019
​September ​7/11/2019 ​7/18/2019
​October ​8/8/2019 ​8/15/2019
​November ​9/12/2019 ​9/19/2019
​December ​10/10/2019 ​10/17/2019

  

2019 Digital Deadlines

​​​Issue Date Space Close​ Art Due​
​January ​11/21/2018 ​11/29/2018
​February ​12/21/2018 ​1/3/2019
​March ​1/24/2019 ​1/31/2019
​April ​2/21/2019 ​2/28/2019
​May ​3/28/2019 ​4/4/2019
​June/July ​4/25/2019 ​5/2/2019
​August ​6/25/2019 ​7/2/2019
​September ​7/25/2019 ​8/1/2019
​October ​8/22/2019 ​8/29/219
​November ​9/26/2019 ​10/3/2019
​December ​10/24/2019 ​10/31/2019


September 2019—SPECIAL ISSUE: PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP

Bonus distribution: Product Stewardship Society members.

The IH's role in stewardship and sustainability.

Product exposure modeling.

How to transition into product stewardship.

October 2019

How to implement Total Worker Health. A case study of one company's experiences with TWH.

Creating a professional development plan for your IH career. Early career professionals face an onslaught of choices, challenges, and opportunities. This article suggests a career-development blueprint for those whose career in IH is just getting under way.

Prioritizing voluntary standards. The National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 encourages the use of voluntary consensus standards developed by organizations such as ASTM International, ASHRAE, ANSI, and others. Where available, voluntary consensus standards should be used over standards developed by government agencies. For technical standards such as for sampling and laboratory analysis in workplace or indoor environmental quality settings, consensus standards are vetted by a wider (and usually more knowledgeable) audience than those developed by a single government agency, and are therefore more useful for their intended purpose. The article will discuss the Act's relevance to the IH community and the benefits of using standard practices and test methods.

November 2019

The challenges of managing in a distracted world.

Fungi sampling and analysis.

Protecting workers from sensitizers. An industrial hygienist and a toxicologist discuss the differences between high and low molecular weight sensitizing compounds and how sensitizers are handled in the occupational environment.


December 2​019

Risks for dental workers. The hazards of dental work include respiratory and musculoskeletal disorders, exposure to radiation, and eye injuries. In addition, CDC recently found a cluster of a rare, severe lung disease among dental workers in Virginia.

Noise (specific topic TBD).

Electrical safety in hazardous environments.

Contact

Holly Klarman | 410-584-1954 |  holly.klarman@mci-group.com​

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