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2023 AIHA University Webinars and AIHce OnDemand Recordings
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Upcoming Live Webinars & Recordings

AIHA University Webinar: AIHA and the IH/OEHS Community: Your Role in Consensus Standards - Recording Available Now!

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Consensus standards are critical tools for the industrial hygienist. They are a collaborative effort to maintain a baseline in protecting workers and the community from health and safety hazards. In 2011, AIHA changed course on consensus standards involvement, from being a Standards Developing Organization (SDO) to representing the interests of the industrial hygiene profession on standards developed by other SDOs. This webinar will review the progress made on this new course, the lessons learned, and further changes necessary to ensure the continued relevance of AIHA and its members in the consensus-building process. The AIHA Standards Advisory Panel members are presenting the webinar, and the audience will be invited to provide input to future AIHA standards activities.


  • John Suter, CIH, CSP, ARM
  • Thomas Slavin, CIH, CSP, CSHM
  • Mark Drozdov, SSM, RSO, CAI, CMA, GPRO
  • Ryan Graff, CIH
AIHA University Webinar: Workplace Violence Primer and Update for the IH - Recording Available Now!

Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Lack of control over workplace violence can have severe consequences. Employee injuries and fatalities affect the workers involved and have far-reaching consequences for businesses and society.

Industrial hygienists must be aware of these workplace hazards and understand their role in identifying and controlling them to protect workers. This webinar presents the major concepts and definitions from the Workplace Violence Primer and Guideline for Industrial Hygienists 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. Human resources and security personnel will also expand their understanding of the problem and available protective solutions. Labor representatives will learn how workplace violence threatens their members and why it is an important area where more needs to be done.


  • Dr. Thomas Fuller, ScD, CIH, CSP, MSPH, MBA, FAIHA
AIHA University Webinar: Research Laboratory Safety in the 21st Century - Recording Available Now!

Thursday, March 9, 2023

Earn 2 Contact Hours

Between 1996 and 2016, a sequence of well-publicized serious incidents in research laboratories led to significant changes in community expectations for laboratory safety practices. The American Chemical Society and higher education industrial research partners developed and shared best safety practice guidance for the research environment. This webinar will describe these emerging resources and consider how they can be best used in specific settings. The webinar will also consider how other safety issues, such as biosafety and mechanical and radiation safety interact with chemical safety practices and the importance of considering these elements as part of a comprehensive research lab safety program.


  • Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO
  • Harry Elston, Ph.D., CIH, PMP
AIHA University Webinar: Strategies for Effective Risk Communication - Recording Available Now!

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Earn 2 Contact Hours

The science of risk assessment has advanced over the past 30 years, but the human brain has not fundamentally changed in thousands of years. Communicating OEHS concepts is a priority for all industrial hygienists – but how can you help workers better understand the importance of these concepts?

Effective communication is a learned skill. Building trust and empathy are critical in any two-way conversation, and listening is often the most crucial aspect in effective communication. Attend this webinar to learn more about how sharing a story can be more effective than a technical presentation with mounds of data.


  • Chuck Geraci, PhD, CIH, FAIHA
  • Jonathan Klane
  • William Bullock, DHSc, MSPH, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • Fred Boelter
AIHA University Webinar: Beat the Heat! Considerations for Your Heat Stress Management Plan - Recording Available Now!

Thursday, May 11, 2023

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Heat stress in the work environment and the related illnesses from a lack of protection are essential aspects of worker safety.

During this webinar, presented by Dr. Margaret Morrissey, attendees will be educated on the latest information on occupational heat stress and evidence-based approaches to building an effective heat stress management plan. This presentation will cover topics such as physiological monitoring for heat strain, environmental monitoring, heat safety education, and emergency action plans and procedures for heat-related illnesses. Dr. Morrissey will also highlight critical considerations that are often misunderstood.


  • Dr. Margaret Morrissey, PhD
AIHA University 3-Part Webinar Series: Preparing for and Controlling Biological Hazards - Recordings Available Now!

Earn 3 Contact Hours

Part 1: Plant Hazards in the Workplace (June 14, 2023)
Part 2: Insect Hazards in the Workplace (July 12, 2023)
Part 3: Reptile and Mammal Hazards in the Workplace (June 28, 2023)

This three-week webinar series will cover biological hazards that may be encountered in a wide variety of workplaces. There are thousands of OSHA recordable injuries and illnesses that result from contact with poisonous plants, biting and stinging insects, venomous reptiles, and feral mammals. Many of these incidents have drastic consequences for workers, their families, and their employers. Currently, these issues are not widely regulated and training for health and safety professionals is scant. This webinar series seeks to fill that gap. It will apply the standard industrial hygiene rubric of recognize, evaluate, and control to these hazards and will assist safety and health professionals with preventing and responding to incidents involving biological hazards.


  • Michael Goldman, CIH, CSP, QEP, BCE
AIHA University Webinar: Implementing and Sustaining an EHMR Program - Recording Available Now!

Thursday, July 27, 2023

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Reusable elastomeric half mask respirators (EHMRs) can be used during routine and surge situations in health delivery settings. As a result of EHMRs experiencing additional use during the COVID-19 pandemic, this webinar assists employers in adding EHMRs as a part of their respiratory protection program (RPP).

Attendees will learn about relevant advancements in EHMR models for source control considerations and receive resources published or funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) that show the use of different models in healthcare settings. Then, gaps and barriers to developing and implementing an EHMR program are discussed including methods to select jobs appropriate for EHMR use, common scenarios for which an EHMR can be used, access and time for fit testing employees, and possible approaches to distribution.

These topics lead into an interactive discussion of EHMR program maintenance. In addition to NIOSH resources, lessons learned from healthcare and public safety organizations who implemented EHMRs are shared. Topics include decision making around disinfection, cleaning, and storage products; guidance developed and used to disinfect and clean EHMRs; and how the workforce overcame any encountered barriers to using EHMRs (e.g., communication issues). This session ends with lessons learned around improving the sustainability of EHMR use in the workplace, using select case examples and experiences of over 40 organizations. By attending this session, professionals will be able to use concepts discussed to update their own RPP to support sustained use of EHMRs in their workplace.


  • Emily J. Haas, PhD
  • Lee A. Greenawald, PhD
  • Veronica Villalon, CMLSO
  • David Manley, BHS, EMT-P, MTSP-C, NHDP-BC
AIHA University Webinar: An IH and a Data Scientist Swap Perspectives on Big Data - Recording Available Now!

Wednesday, August 23, 2023

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Industrial hygienists (IHs) rely on a mix of data and professional judgment to protect worker health and predict future exposures. Traditionally, these decisions were made working with observations and minimal data sets. But technological advancements in recent years have allowed the collection of a larger variety and volume of electronic data in a shorter time. The IH/OEHS professional is now confronted with analyzing and managing structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data sets.

Information management aims to collect information from the best source and make it available to everyone who needs it. Occupational exposure management benefits from access to; 1) workforce data from personnel, occupational medicine, and training; 2) workplace data from engineering; and 3) environmental agent information from purchasing. Similarly, access to exposure assessments informs an organization’s work planning decisions on needed controls, medical placement evaluations, and training.

Join an experienced IH/OEHS professional and a data scientist to discuss the continually evolving tools and practices to manage and leverage big data to protect worker health. Topics to be addressed will be prioritized by responses to a community survey best to meet the needs of the IH/OEHS community.


  • Eric Adams
  • Paul Wambach, CIH (retired)
AIHA University Webinar: Professional Ethics and Practice of Industrial Hygiene - Recording Available Now!

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Earn 2 Contact Hours

Each certification cycle, OEHS professionals reaffirm their commitment to the ethical practice of industrial hygiene. However, many practitioners do not often refer to the Code of Conduct or Canons of Ethical Conduct, nor have occasion to consider their implications. In this litigious society, it is increasingly important to test our understanding of ethical issues that could lead to legal liabilities, ethical misconduct allegations or conflicts of interest, to ensure the integrity of our own practice, and serve as a knowledgeable sounding board to colleagues facing difficult ethical dilemmas.

This webinar will heighten practitioner awareness by using case studies and references from the literature to illustrate the Code of Conduct for the Practice of Industrial Hygiene and its interpretive guidelines, discuss ethical issues associated with emerging areas of practice and consulting, and review ethics code enforcement issues relevant to the industrial hygiene profession. In addition, understanding and taking action to comply in good faith with the Code of Conduct will maintain the CIH as a hallmark for those practicing in the OEHS field.


  • Alan Leibowitz, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • David C. Roskelley, MSPH, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • Glenn J. Barbi, CIH Emeritus, FAIHA
  • Pete Engelbert, CIH, CSP, CET, PCS, CIP, MCI

Access to the event is provided in the online classroom under the subscription group or My Events.

AIHA University Webinar: Health and Safety Needs and Opportunities for Cultural Heritage Organizations During Emergencies - Recording Available Now!

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

In this webinar, speakers will discuss the need for health and safety support amongst cultural heritage organizations during emergency events, programs that exist to enhance cross-sector collaboration, and opportunities for future sharing of safe practices for cultural heritage stewards. Dana Stahl, Eugene Satrun, and Elaina Gregg will share case studies from their experience implementing health and safety procedures at their organizations and with emergency response groups. They will also discuss programs, including OSHA’s OnSite Consultation, that support implementation of safety procedures at cultural heritage institutions, and share opportunities for health and safety professionals to get involved in heritage emergency response networks at the local level.


  • Elaina Gregg
  • Eugene Satrun, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • Dana Stahl, CIH

Access to the event is provided in the online classroom under the subscription group or My Events.

AIHA University Webinar: CIH Exam Equation Sheets Explained - Recording Available Now!

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Many OEHS career professionals are interested in pursuing the Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) through the Board for Global EHS Credentialing (BGC) to further their professional knowledge and demonstrate their experience and credibility.

The BGC offers a list of equations as guidance for CIH examinations. During the examination, the equations and conversions sheet is available on the computer on which the exams are taken – it is up to the examinee to choose the correct equation for the listed measurement. This webinar will help the attendees understand and visualize the essential equations used by industrial hygienists in their work and in the exam.

Each important formula will be explained so the IH professional will understand the fundamental units used in the formulas and grasp the basic concepts of the calculations by rigorous explained examples.


  • Daniel Farcas, PhD, CIH, CSP, CHMM

Access to the event is provided in the online classroom under the subscription group or My Events.

OnDemand Offerings

Perspectives and Challenges of IH Professionals Within the Circular Economy (AIHce EXP 2022 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Traditional, linear productivity systems require high novel material input and produce large volumes of waste. A circular economy is a system that includes waste outputs as inputs. The circular economy tackles pollution, depletion of resources, climate change, and biodiversity loss by minimizing waste and creating sustainable processes. Circular economies are seen as inevitable and are expected to have both positive and negative impacts on the workplace. The IH role in workplaces practicing circular economy principles is profound. Workers required to create circular economies are often from marginalized groups, earning low wages and working hazardous jobs. Toxicological risks in the recycling of materials, difficulty in controlling chemical exposures because of the heterogeneity of waste streams, physical hazards from dangerous equipment, are musculoskeletal disorders because appropriate tools are not available are just some of the hazards in a circular economy. Circular economies present unique opportunities OEHS professionals. The objectives of several United Nations Sustainable Development Goals can be met by ensuring safe workplaces and a cleaner and healthier environment for workers and citizens alike.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the session, the participant will be able to:

• Discuss the importance and relevance of circular economy to industrial hygiene.
• Explain how circular economy is expected to impact workplace safety and health.
• Predict hazards associated with the reuse/repair/recycle phase of circular economies.
• Develop initiatives designed to maximize potential benefits of circular economies.
• Apply goals of circular economy to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Aubrey Arain, MS, PhD
Robert Costello, CIH
Paul Harper

Research Roundup: Epidemiology (AIHce EXP 2022 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

A New Framework for Improving Miners´ Health

This study will present findings from a new project in the NIOSH Spokane Mining Research Division to establish an evidence-based framework for improving miners health by making effective use of existing health data. The NIOSH findings regarding health status, health disparities, health risk factors and demographics of mining workers will be discussed.

Acknowledgments & References
K. Yeoman, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
T. Robinson, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
S. Misra, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
G. Poplin, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
C. Nixon, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
Y. Zhao, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
S. Wilson, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
A. Johnson, CDC/NIOSH/SMRD Spokane, WA, USA
C. Peterson, CDC/NCIPC/DIP, Atlanta, GA, USA
K. Retzer, CDC/NIOSH/WSD, Denver, CO, USA

Aaron Sussell, Ph.D. MPH CIH, CDC - NIOSH Spokane, WA
United States of America

Birth Defects and Maternal Work as a Nail Technician or Hairdresser During Pregnancy — National Birth Defects Prevention Study, 1997–2011

There are about 400,000 nail technicians and 600,000 hairdressers in the United States. NIOSH researchers wanted to better understand birth defects among nail technicians and hairdressers compared to those among mothers who work as noncosmetologists. The National Birth Defects Prevention Study (NBDPS), is a large multicenter, population-based, case-control study of birth defects. Data from interviews with 43,106 mothers from this study were analyzed. Job descriptions reported by mothers participating in NBDPS were used to identify hairdressers, nail technicians, and noncosmetologists during early pregnancy (the period from one month before conception through the third month of pregnancy). In this session, industrial hygienists will: 1) learn about the process of retrospective exposure assessment and classification and 2) understand which birth defects were associated with nail technician, hairdresser, and combination nail technician-hairdresser work.

M. Siegel, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH, USA
C. Rocheleau, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH, USA
A. Santiago-Colón, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH, USA
C. Johnson, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH, USA
M. Herdt, New York State Department of Health, Albany, NY, USA
I. Chen, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Ms. Kendra Broadwater, MPH, CIH, CSP, NIOSH Spokane, WA
United States of America


Shilpi Misra, MPH
Aaron Sussell, PhD MPH CIH
Kendra Broadwater, MPH, CIH, CSP

Research Roundup: Hazard Recognition (AIHce EXP 2022 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) survey for an Employee with a Brain-Implanted Hydrocephalus Shunt Valve

The Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) survey and report concern an employee with an implanted Codman Hakim Adjustable HC Shunt Valve. The programmable valve is an implanted device that provides constant intraventricular pressure and drainage of Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) to manage hydrocephalus. The affected employee is an office worker. The survey was done in the areas of the facility this employee would be likely to visit.

Mr. Stuart Bagley, MS, CIH, CSP, IAQ-EMF Consulting Inc. Boynton Beach, FL
United States of America

Developing Ozone Service Life Test Capability for PAPR Filters

US OSHA and other regulatory bodies require cartridge change schedules for gas/vapor cartridges. According to NIOSH, ozone "is used for purifying air and drinking water, in industrial waste treatment, oils, bleaching and waxes, and to make other chemicals." ( It is also present in welding applications. However, there is no regulatory test method or respirator approval for ozone. Previous research has shown the ability of a disposable particulate respirator with a thin layer of carbon to filter ozone for up to 8 hours at flow rates of 64 LPM. However, some powered air-purifying respirators (PAPR) users have asked about filter service life against ozone. PAPRs filters are often considerably more significant, with higher airflow rates than breathing through a negative pressure half or full facepiece respirator. This study shows the challenges of developing a robust method for testing PAPR filters against ozone. Service life data may help develop cartridge/filter change schedules.

K. Frankel, 3M Company, St. Paul, MN, USA.
G. Manning, Assay Technology, Livermore, CA, USA.
M. Peralta, Assay Technology, Livermore, CA, USA.

Erik Johnson, CIH, CSP, 3M St. Paul, MN
United States of America


Peter Aspinall, COH
Stuart Bagley, MS, CIH, CSP
Erik Johnson, CIH, CSP

Why Don't We See the Things That Can Hurt Us? (AIHce EXP 2022 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Most incidents that occur in organizations are not major unpredictable events. Most are the result of hazards that exist right in front of us, but we don't see them. They become part of the noise and part of the background. They become the story of "I've walked by that a thousand times, and I didn't see it until the incident occurred." Why is this, and what can we do about it? This session examines why we don't see things right before us and hide in the background. Grounded in lessons learned from art education, tools exist that allow us to see more entirely by improving how we look at the environment and the tasks we must complete. Improving our visual literacy skills improves our ability to work safely and more effectively. Improving our safety requires proactive identification and mitigation of the hazards around us. We can't improve what we can't see and visual literacy is vital to our success.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the session, the participant will be able to:

  • Define visual literacy and why it matters to each of us.
  • Utilize simple tools and techniques to improve our ability to see the things that can hurt us.
  • Discuss why visual literacy matters to our safety processes.
  • Determine how the brain controls what we see and why.


Glenn Murray
Doug Pontsler

Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Dangerous Gas Program (AIHce EXP 2023 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Laboratories in academic institutions have diverse safety and health risks from hazardous materials, processes, and equipment. Dangerous gases are one of the more common risks encountered at academic institutions. Dangerous gases are considered sufficiently toxic and/or reactive to cause harm to people, the environment or infrastructure if not managed properly. We will discuss the development and implementation of the Dangerous Gas Program (DGP) at Auburn University as a case study. This will include: 1) a review of the elements of a dangerous gas program; 2) how collaborations with multiple departments and colleges were key in overcoming safety challenges; 3) empowering researchers to work safely; and 4) the advancement of safety leadership and culture at the institution.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

  • Introduce the risks and hazards from dangerous gases.
  • Explain the vulnerabilities that allow risks and hazards to become losses or incidents.
  • Discuss a systematic approach to address these vulnerabilities.
  • Demonstrate information technology resources used to develop a DGP.
  • Describe how collaborations implementing the DGP contributed to the advancement of safety leadership and culture at an institution.


David Acker
Catherine Situma, CSP, NRCC-CHO

Upton Sinclair Memorial Lecture - Unintended Consequences? The Story Behind the Lingering Health Impact of the Rubber Industry (AIHce EXP 2023 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Yanick Rice Lamb will explore why it is important to tell new stories in old places. Drawing from research for her three-part health series on the tire industry, she will focus on Akron, Ohio, which was once known as the Rubber Capital of the World. The jobs that a whole generation of Akronites held are mostly gone, but the health effects of the toxins they worked around every day still linger for them, their family members and their neighbors. Although Akron put America on wheels and serves as a microcosm of deindustrialized areas, this is an under-told story. More coverage and research have been devoted to automotive, steel, coal, oil and food industries.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify how deindustrialization continues to impact forgotten communities in terms of health, jobs, economic development, neighborhood cohesion and complicated cleanups of Superfund sites
  • Illustrate how to make occupational health resonate beyond employees to the larger population
  • Recognize how secondary exposures may affect families through chemicals on employees' work clothes, in their hair, under their nails and penetrating their pores
  • Suggest how public health and industrial hygiene professionals can work with journalists


Yanick Rice Lamb
Leo Old

The New Susceptible Worker Protection Technical Framework (AIHce EXP 2023 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

This education session will present the content of the AIHA Susceptible Worker Protection Technical Framework. Topics to be discussed are: 1) the background for the reason it was developed, 2) a brief history of the research, and 3) a deep dive into each of the TF principles. Attendees will participate in a scorecard exercise to evaluate their organization's implementation of the SWP TF principles, and will self-score their maturity level as it relates to the Body of Knowledge presented in the TF.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose of susceptible workers in exposure assessments and IH management.
  • Describe the key principles associated with susceptible worker protection.
  • Manage an organization through considering how to best protect susceptible workers.
  • Utilize the KSAs outlined in the BOK to benchmark competency.


Spencer Pizzani, CIH

Research Roundup Risk Assessment/Safety (AIHce EXP 2023 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Protecting Women of Childbearing Age From TCE Vapor Intrusion

Vapor intrusion assessment results at an anonymous business indicated that urgent actions were warranted to protect women of childbearing age from trichloroethylene (TCE) exposure. This session will describe the assessment methods, communication strategies, remedial actions to protect human health, and actions to help the business owner coordinate with local regulatory agencies.

E. Hess, Maul, Foster & Alongi, Inc., Vancouver, WA, USA
M. Pollock, Maul, Foster & Alongi, Inc., Vancouver, WA, USA

Acknowledgements & References
E. Hess, Maul, Foster & Alongi, Inc., Vancouver, WA, USA
M. Pollock, Maul, Foster & Alongi, Inc., Vancouver, WA, USA

Bill Beadie, CIH, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. Portland, OR
United States of America


Bill Beadie, CIH

Comparison of Management and Workers' Perception, Attitudes, and Beliefs Towards Health and Safety in the Manufacturing Sector

Ensuring a healthy and safe work environment is not only the 'right thing to do', but there is also a rather significant financial burden associated with work-related incidents. According to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in Ontario, Canada, nearly $2.5 billion in benefit payments were issued for work-related injury and illness claims in 2020. In particular, Ontario's manufacturing sector reported 7205 lost-time injury claims which represents 15% of all claims in the province. This is noteworthy as this sector only employs about 12% of the total workforce in Ontario. Given the above WSIB claim statistics, a reasonable person would argue that the current situation is unacceptable and that measures need to be taken to rectify it. One means of addressing this issue is to examine compliance gaps within the manufacturing sector with respect to the province's occupational health and safety legislation. A study by Hon and Fairclough found that many Ontario manufacturing workplaces were not meeting the minimum requirements mandated in the province's Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations such as education and training as well as health and safety policies. To understand why these gaps exist, the authors recommended that future research should include an assessment of the attitudes, beliefs and perceptions of the province's manufacturing sector regarding occupational health and safety.

C. Fairclough, Workplace Safety and Prevention Services, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
J. Randhawa, Workplace Safety and Prevention Services, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Acknowledgements & References
N. Lun, Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
L. Rothman, Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Chun-Yip Hon, PhD, CIH, CRSP, Toronto Metropolitan University Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Aurora Le, PhD, MPH, CSP, CPH
William Beadie, CIH
Chun-Yip Hon, PhD, CIH, CRSP
Craig Fairclough, CIH, ROH, CRSP, CHRL

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