Metro New York Section

of the American Industrial Hygiene Association

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is "the essential source" for information on Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety issues. Founded in 1939, AIHA is an organization of more than 12,000 professional members dedicated to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental factors arising in or from the workplace that may result in injury, illness, impairment, or affect the well-being of workers and members of the community.

Established in 1939, the Metro New York AIHA serves the area's health and safety professionals, providing a forum in which to learn and exchange ideas.

John Jay College of Criminal Justice for our April 22 2015 local section meeting


1.      EPA Response Team Case Study

2.      5 year anniversary of Lead Paint Rules

3.     Documentary Film: “Can’t Stop the Water (30 min),” the story of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana which is being washed away by rising seas followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and Native American community who will discuss their innovative plans to preserve their culture and become a model sustainable community when they relocate. A networking reception will follow. Also, feel free to come early to attend the free Environmental Film Festival which will be going on at the college during the day.

See the attachment for all the specifics and registration information.


Radiation Safety Officer Training for Laboratory Professionals
April 13-17, 2015 in Boston, MA

This program develops the skills and knowledge you need to design and implement a radiation protection program in laboratory settings. You will learn to protect employee health, understand regulatory expectations, and comply with regulatory requirements for radiation protection while developing the skills and expertise you need to act as a radiation safety officer. Topics explored include radiation protection basics, instrument use, waste management, radiation protection management, regulatory requirements and licensing, and dosimetry. You will gain the full forty hours of training required by the US NRC and Agreement States for licensure.

Special thanks to our recent event sponsors



  • Opportunity to advertise and promote your business
  • Opportunity to advertise and display sales items at the event
  • Opportunity to speak to the event-attending members directly
  • Promote your business by email to our membership
  • Sponsor info provided in Metro NY AIHA newsletters and updates
  • Certificate of Appreciation from the Local Section

SPONSORSHIP FEE - $300.00 per event paid to: Metro NY AIHA. Please contact our executive committee for sponsorship opportunities