Upcoming Webinars

Workplace Violence Primer for IHs

Thursday, August 4, 2016, 12:00 PM ET - 1:00 PM ET

The Worst Plant: A Virtual H&S Audit

Tuesday, August 16, 2016, 2:00 PM ET - 3:00 PM ET

Sustainability Concepts and Tools for Responsible Decision-Making: An Introduction for the EHS Professional​​

Friday, September 16, 2016, 1:30 PM ET - 2:30 PM ET

Live Webinar registration includes one phone and internet connection per registrant. Each registrant may have an unlimited number of individuals participate with them at their site. Limited access to the presentation recording is also included with registration.

Missed the live broadcast of an AIHA Webinar?

AIHA's collection of pre-recorded webinars provides a convenient and cost-effective way for you to earn certification maintenance credits* while brushing up on the industry's hottest topics.

The purchase of a prerecorded webinar includes access to the full presentation and all downloadable handout materials for 90 days. You can review the recording on your own, with a group, or even share it with your local section or colleagues.

2015 marked the 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court case that first found a requirement for quantitative risk assessment (QRA), requiring OSHA to conduct QRA in order to regulate workplace toxicants. The four speakers in this Webinar will discuss how the Benzene and other cases impacted QRA.​
This webinar will discuss the role internal audits play in an effective OHS management system. It will also outline the key elements of an effective program and the roles and responsibilities expected of the audit manager.

Exposure monitoring is increasingly being required at lower and lower levels; examples include beryllium, silica, and carbon nanotubes. This webinar will provide an interactive forum on managing ultra-low level exposure monitoring issues using case studies for developing monitoring strategies at microgram levels or below.​

This free webinar provides valuable and actionable information to help participants manage their careers proactively. 
While there’s no “holy grail” of leading indicators, there is a practical approach that organizations can use to elevate their metrics. ​This webinar will provide an overview of the concepts behind a truly practical approach to EHS leading indicators, as well as specific sample metrics and case studies all organizations can put to use at the site, business unit, and/or corporate level. ​

​This webinar will provide attendees with the theory behind nudges, why they work, and ideas on how to use and develop nudges for their organizations and provide an introduction to cognitive bias and its importance when developing safety programs.​​​

​This 2 part webinar covers the foundational principles of ethics, how ethics relate to morality, and how ethics and morality are applied in the EHS profession. Several case studies are presented. By attending both parts of this webinar, participants will fulfill the ABIH ethics requirement.​

​​​Webinar participants will become familiar with the general background and public health issues surrounding Legionella and how the AIHA guidelines provide a competent professional with a fundamental framework for them to develop and perform a Legionella Hazard or Risk Assessment.

  • The New Confined Spaces in Construction - The Big Picture

    This webinar will discuss Subpart AA, which replaces OSHA's single training requirement for confined space work with a comprehensive standard that includes a permit program designed to protect employees from exposure to many hazards associated with work in confined spaces, including atmospheric and physical hazards.

​This webinar explains a life-cycle approach to the development, selection, and use of modern direct-reading and sensor technologies; an up​date on the sensor-related Nanotechnology Signature Initiatives being coordinated by the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office; an update on activities of the Exposure Science 21 Federal Initiative; current examples of occupational applications and opportunities for sensors; and considerations for the ethical use of sensors.

Th​​​​is webinar explains how gas/vapor cartridges work and different methods of estimating cartridge service life and will help you develop a respirator cartridge change schedule so you can prevent potential exposures and meet regulatory requirements. ​

​This webinar​​ will explain​ the limitations of the current paradigms, and the need to shift our thinking around incident investigations.​​

​This webinar will inform attendees on what the ISO standards are, the proposed​ changes from current respiratory protection testing and selection and the numerous ISO references available to date.

​​This webinar will provide both an overview of apps that have the potential to make your job easier and keep your information secure an​​d private.​

​This webinar describes common welding and thermal cutting processes associated with Manganese (Mn) exposures.​

​​Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are among the leading causes of lost work time and worker compensation claims in industry, and are associated with major economic costs. This webinar presents new insights into the causes of MSDs, and suggests ​improved methods of reducing the risk of MSDs in the workplace.

​This two-hour webinar will introduce the participant to the conditions necessary for a combustible dust deflagration, describe the standard laboratory tests that define the level of hazard, and review the common risk mitigation equipment and procedures used to minimize the risk of deflagrations.​​​ ​

​​​This web​inar will address the factors and challenges represented by many recent incidents in academic laboratory research operations. Recommendations, findings, industry partnerships, and some unique approaches will be presented and discussed as possible change agents.​

Presented by an occupational health care physician, this webinar will provide employers with insight into the most frequently abused legal and prescription drugs, underscore the challenges facing employers and MROs, and detail new methods for prevention and effective screening.

Notification of access will be automatically sent to registrants via email within 24 hours of your purchase.

Certification Maintenance

If you submit your final exam within three months of purchasing archive access you will receive* certification maintenance credit that is reflected in your individual Education Transcript once processed. Please allow two to three​ weeks for submission processing to be notified of your updated transcript. Archive access is for a limited time only.

*Additional participants seeking certification maintenance must submit a ($35) processing fee with the final exam and/or evaluation. Refer to handout materials for instructions and access.

Questions regarding Webinar Archives and Group Training? Contact DLAssistant@aiha.org.​​​​​​