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.​

Upcoming Webinars

Communicating with Impact​

Monday August 12, 2019
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET​
1 Contact Hour​​

Opioids and Protection of Workers Involved in Opioid Response​

Thursday September 26, 2019
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET​
1 Contact Hour​​

Welding Fumes: Suggestions for Future Research​

Thursday October 3, 2019
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET​
1 Contact Hour​​​

*Ethics* The Role of Context in Ethical Decision-Making for the Industrial Hygienist

Thursday November 7, 2019
1:00 - 3:00 PM ET
2 Contact Hours​​

 Archived Webinars


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 streaming access to the full presentation in your online classroom and all downloadable handout materials for 90 days. You can review the recording on your own or host a viewing with your company, local section or colleagues. If those viewing with you are interested in receiving credit on an AIHA transcript, they can purchase the webinar additional participant fee​ in the AIHA marketplace.  Please note that additional participants do not receive the webinar recording in their classroom.

NFPA 652 is the governing standard for industrial facilities that manufacture, process, blend, convey, generate, and/or handle combustible dusts or combustible particulate solids. This webinar provides an overview of NFPA 652 and the recent changes as reflected in the 2019 edition. We’ll break down the key requirements and how the new standard directly applies to facilities and operations. 

Managing professional relationships ties directly into EI, making or breaking the chances at getting a promotion, closing a deal, or achieving any business endeavor. Presented by Larry Sloan, AIHA’s CEO, and Stacey Croghan, a founding member of the Women in Industrial Hygiene committee, this webinar describes the nature of emotional intelligence and how necessary it can be to move up the organizational ladder and achieve career success.

Explore the current technical and regulatory issues associated with Peracetic acid (PAA), an organic compound commonly used as a disinfectant, sterilant, and sanitzer. This webinar will cover an overview of PAA, governmental involvement, health concerns, and scientific considerations.​

Gain a deeper understanding of highly hazardous communicable diseases (HHCDs) recognition, evaluation, and control with this webinar sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Worker Training. This webinar will provide background on the HHCDs that have elicited domestic response over the last five years (e.g. MERS-CoV, Nipah virus, Ebola, Lassa Fever) and industrial hygiene research.

Get tips on how to plan your IH career as we review how to develop a skills inventory of both technical and “soft” skills based on the recently updated AIHA Core Competencies publication. Soft skills (or power skills as they are sometimes called) are just as important to your career success as technical competencies.​

The industrial hygienist must determine a strategy for sampling based on the evidence of the MSDS, workplace operation, exposure limits, and historical exposure assessment. This course will guide the IH through the sampling strategy process, from assessing the information on the MSDSs through the sample media selection, sampling considerations, and final calculation of results. A guide through the myriad of possible sampling media will be discussed and list of on-line resources for sampling procedures, such as OSHA and NIOSH methods, WEEL methods, and other resources will be supplied. The consideration for when to use passive samplers will be discussed. The sampling requirements to obtain a valid result from the lab, such as the need blank samples, detection limits, sampling times, air volumes, and exposure limits will be covered. 

Instructors will introduce a practical, systematic approach to selecting air-monitoring methods for a wide variety of workplace and indoor air quality environments. Criteria will be introduced to help participants develop a basic understanding of how OSHA and NIOSH methods, and others can be used to develop efficient, cost-effective sampling strategies. Active and diffusive sampler use will be discussed.  ​

​​​This session involves comparing the CIH code of ethics with a variety of other codes of ethics, including Congress, Engineers, Government, Lobbyists, and Journalists, using the topic of water contamination in Flint, Michigan as a case study.​ ​

​Understanding how industrial hygiene impacts and interacts with the other components of the new ISO 45001 management system is key to successful implementation of the standard. This webinar will foster that understanding by introducing attendees to systems thinking, demonstrating why it is an important component o​f an effective ISO 45001 program. We will focus on the interrelated nature of the exposure risk assessments that industrial hygienists perform. In doing so, we will present strategies for navigating the interlocking relationships between the technical and management aspects of ISO 45001 to create a system—not just a checklist. Ultimately, we will show how a systems approach to workplace health and safety can result in positive benefits across the enterprise.​​

  • Hurricane hazards present unique and complex challenges to all those who confront them. Preparing for, enduring, and recovering from hurricanes requires the partnership of a diverse array of business, government, volunteer, professional organizations, all working in concert towards the common goals of protecting people, pets, and property. One place where this is especially true is Puerto Rico, which, in 2017, suffered one of the most catastrophic hurricane season on recent history and was struck by the powerful Hurricane Maria in 2017 and is still recovering during the present hurricane season. This webinar will examine Puerto Rico’s disaster preparedness, response, and recovery efforts from an industrial hygiene and an environmental health perspective.​​​

  • Emerging trends in technology, such as virtual reality training, the Internet of Things and drones, are changing the landscape of health, safety, and sustainability. How wi​ll they enable us to prevent accidents and improve our culture? The potential is there but ultimately, we must remember one thing: they are tools. In this session, we will explore the safety implications of adding technology into the business model, new hazards around technologies, establishing a new way of thinking, and understanding what it takes to create a learning culture.​

​Many organizations are turning to contractors to help with everyday labor and special projects. But managing these contracts and contractors has unique challenges. This webinar will explore how a large oil and gas company has revamped their management system to more effectively track contractor safety and cumulative exposures.
This webinar will help the attendee understand the sources of uncertainty and variability in industrial hygiene data, and how to choose a statistical analysis tool, particularly when only a few samples are collected. The strengths and limitations of three statistical approaches - traditional statistics, Bayesia​n statistics, and rule-based statistics – are compared through the application of real-world and modeled data.
This webinar will provide an overview of health and safety aspects of the legal cannabis industry, including assessing and controlling potential exposures to the chemicals used in processing the product and the finished product itself. Ergonomic hazards will also be discussed.

This webinar presents information for industrial hygienists on the process of evaluating spaces for odors. ​ 

This webinar will provide OH&S professionals who have to develop, implement or manage an Occupational Health & Safety Management System with the status of the standard and will touch on some of the key sections.​

​​This presentation explores and prioritizes guiding principles for post-acquisition support. 

​This webinar provides an overview of the current risk continuum in organizations, from individual to the enterprise, and beyond – this overview is framed within a risk culture perspective. 
​Learn how to have a conversation about safety using the Make Safety Personal conversation outline, along with real world tips for selling safety to front line supervisors.

Webinar participants will learn methods and considerations for mitigating risk to workers through job hazard analyses that accurately defines essential job steps for completing the work; identifies and describes hazards associated with each job step; and defines effective hazard controls.​

This webinar covers aspects of OSHA's new stance on penalties, inspections and highlight the compliance requirements of targeted OSHA programs and the new rules established for recordkeeping and silica. The webinar showcases successful OSHA compliance practices of two organizations to prepare you for these changes.​​

This webinar is intended to introduce some of the key thought processes and mechanisms that will aid responsible individuals in making decisions that are supportive of their organization’s vision and goals around sustainability.​​

Thousands of companies around the world currently utilize internal, external, or a combination of technical and management resources to conduct regulatory compliance audits, inspections, and assessments of their operations with the results being used as one of the company’s many health and safety performance metrics. This highly audience-participative webinar will take participants through a photographic tour of ‘the worst plant in the world’ through an assemblage of photographs of various regulatory compliance issues. As photos are shown, the instructors will quiz participants on the various issues noted and where they might be found in the OSHA regulations. ​

This webinar will present the major concepts and definitions from the Workplace Violence Primer and Guideline for Industrial Hygienists recently published by AIHA. Occupational safety and health practitioners and industrial hygienists who are not yet familiar with the significance of workplace violence will learn information critical to their role in the prevention of worker injuries and fatalities that result.

​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.
  • How Low Do You Go?​

    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.​

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 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 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 review the types of hoods commonly used and the process/dust collection interface issues, particle characteristics, and environmental conditions to address in hood design. Videos will aid the participant in visualizing how hoods work and some of the more common interferences.​

  • Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards and Mitigation for IHs​​

    ​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.​

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Certification Maintenance


If you submit your evaluation 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 evaluation. Refer to handout materials for instructions and access.


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