32 Contact Hours / 3.2 CEUs/COCs
March 10-13, 2014 - SOLD OUT
140 N. Otterbein Avenue, Westerville, OH 43081
Other 2014 Offerings:
June 23-26, 2014
December 8-11, 2014
Gain exposure to the broad field of industrial hygiene through sampling and workshop sessions, hands-on lab experiences, demo sessions, and problem-solving exercises. This four-day course is not only designed for OEHS professionals new to industrial hygiene or who have newly acquired IH responsibilities, but also serves as an excellent refresher.
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"Basics! Basics! Basics! This program broke down the basics of industrial hygiene and gave an excellent foundation for growth in the field." ~Preston Bailey, Env. & IH Technician, Vulcan Chemicals, Wichita, KS
"This class offers the new IH a basis to build from. I am confident I have learned enough to go back to my plant and assist in providing service for the well being of my co-workers and community." ~Fred Gibson, Industrial Hygiene Tech, General Motors MFD, Marion, IN
"The labs are just great! Really drives the concepts home! I loved them!" ~Matthew Olota, Industrial Hygiene Contact, ExxonMobil, Lagos, Nigeria
Value Added Items
Most recent TLVs® and BEI® from ACGIH®
Electronic course manual (see details below)
Most recent AIHA® ERPG and WEEL Handbook
AIHA's The Occupational Environment: Its Evaluation, Control, and Management PDF Publication
NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards on CD-ROM
Interactive workshops and question and answer sessions
32 continuing education contact hours or "short course hours," which may be counted towards the American Board of Industrial Hygiene’s (ABIH) perquisites to sit for the CIH Exam
Each attendee is asked to bring:
Upon completion, the attendee will be able to:
Identify industrial hygiene principles and practices.
Describe basic concepts of health hazard recognition, evaluation and control methods.
Select appropriate air sampling method for airborne contaminants.
Calculate the Time-Weighted Average (TWA) from multiple samples.
Compare sample results to the appropriate Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs).
Topic Areas of Focus
Transfer of Knowledge
Instructors will evaluate participants understanding of the materials presented based on:
Complete course materials will be provided electronically. Electronic handouts may be downloaded from the web; electricity will be provided in meeting rooms for laptop use.
Paperless handouts offer participants a variety of benefits:
Course handouts will be e-mailed two weeks prior to the course. This allows last minute and current OEHS information to be incorporated.
Handouts will be distributed as a full color PDF, which allows participants to view detailed images and content on each page. Handouts will have comment- and typewriter-enabled capacity.
Bookmarks provide a “table of contents” to better navigate materials; information will be completely searchable.
Live links provide instant access to additional references.
Ability to add comments to the electronic handout.
Convenient, portable handouts are easily stored, referenced, managed and retained.
Negative environmental impact is reduced by giving participants an option to save, transfer files to a laptop or other device, or print all or a portion of the material.
Electronic handouts are included in the course fee. If you opt to have AIHA print and bind the handout for you and have it available for you on the first day of the course, there is a $75 fee.
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Transfers, Substitutions and Cancellations
All transfers, cancellations and/or substitutions must be received in writing.
Transfers to an alternate date of the course offering can be made at any time within the same calendar year.
Transfers made to the following year may incur an additional $50 administrative fee.
Substitutions may be made at anytime.
Cancellations received 3 weeks prior to the start of the course will be given a refund, minus a $100 cancellation fee. Any cancellation received within 3 weeks of the start of the course will not receive a refund.
If you fail to attend, you will be liable for the entire course registration fee.
AIHA appreciates that education is an important investment for you and your company and, in the event of extenuating circumstances, if you must cancel, please contact the education department directly at (703) 849-8888, or e-mail Erin Breece.
All AIHA courses are designed to provide CM credit for CIH certification maintenance and candidate training from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH). AIHA is authorized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) to issue continuance of certification (COC) points in conjunction with the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification and has been approved as an authorized provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Contact Erin Breece
Telephone: +1 703-849-8888
P.O. Box 34796
Alexandria, VA 22334-0796
If you need to be invoiced, please complete the Registration Form and return it to Erin Breece for processing. Payment must be received before the start of the course.
The registration form was created so that you may type in the PDF.