Program Overview

2021 AIHA University Webinars
  • ​2 connections for live participation*
  • Access to select webinar recordings in the online classroom for those on your roster
Selected AIHce OnDemand Recordings
  • Access to the best of AIHce EXP across a range of topics and interest areas

After a live webinar takes place, please allow 3-4 business days for the Archive to appear in your Online Classroom.

Between AIHA University Webinars and AIHce OnDemand Recordings, expect a total of 24 Contact Hours.

2021 eLearning Subscription Content

*Note: The eLearning Subscription provides 2 connections to each live webinar. The primary and secondary contacts (group coordinators) determine how their groups will utilize these connections. This does not grant permission to rebroadcast our materials to other locations via web conferencing or screen-sharing.

Upcoming Webinars

Developing and Sustaining a Culture Health that Drives Organizational Resilience and Worker Fulfillment

Thursday, May 6, 2021

1:00 - 2:30 pm ET

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

Fully integrate your EHS/OHS activities, initiatives, and goals with your organization’s broader risk management efforts.

Worker health, organizational health, and the risks associated with them are all interconnected. A breakthrough body-of-work has been evolving called “Culture of Health for Business” that distinguishes these interconnections and presents frameworks that can be used to increase organizational resilience and worker fulfillment.

This webinar introduces key distinctions and frameworks in this cutting-edge arena and shows how they can be applied within existing EHS/OHS risk management programs and systems. Emphasis is placed on metrics and how to integrate them into audit programs.

You will be empowered to begin applying the culture of health ideas, in turn increasing your leadership visibility. Additionally, you’ll gain insights on how to strengthen existing Total Worker Health™ programs or to lay the groundwork for implementing a new one.

Join us and leave with immediate takeaways on how you can impact existing systems, internal auditing, and external ESG reporting for the better.


  • Charles F. Redinger, PhD, MPA, CIH, FAIHA
  • Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CFISH, EurOSHM
Bridging Boomers to Zoomers: Understanding a Mult-generational Workplace

Thursday, May 13, 2021

1:00 - 2:00 pm ET

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Learn the tactics and strategies you need to be successful in today's multi-generational workplace.

Bridging the multiple generations, up to five, in some cases, can be a challenge until you step back and realize the mental framework from which workers operate. For example, how do we define each generation without discrimination and what events have shaped and influenced their frame of reference?

This webinar will teach you how to apply active listening and effective communication skills in a multi-generational workforce setting. The ultimate goal being to foster better communication within cross-generational teams to create an improved work environment for everyone, no matter their age or generational identification.

The topics covered in this webinar are part of the CPAG Serving the Changing Workforce content priority and a continuation of the soft skills webinars presented by the Leadership & Management Committee in collaboration with the Student Local Section, Students & Early Career Professionals, and Mentoring and Professional Development Committees.


  • Celia A. Booth, MA, CIH, CSP, ARM
  • Justin Hoover, MS, CSP
  • Alessandra Pratt
  • Hope Heichel
The Role of OEHS Professionals in Continuity Planning: A Practical Application

Thursday, September 9, 2021

1:00 - 3:00 pm ET

Earn 2 Contact Hours

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Webinar Recording and OnDemand Offerings

Hearing Loss Prevention -What Have You Done for the Worker Today?

AIHce OnDemand

Earn 1 Contact Hour

This lecture will recount Derek E. Dunn's role to develop the NIOSH recommended exposure limits for noise exposure and his influence on NIOSH's continued research in the field of hearing loss prevention.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

• Learn who was Dr. Derek Dunn, Ph.D?
• Understand how his research continues to influence the development of future recommendations.
• Use Dr. Dunn's Revised Criteria for a Recommended Standard: Occupational Noise Exposure established the epidemiologic basis for the 85 decibel A-weighted (dBA) time-weighted average (TWA) and a 3-dB exchange rate.
• Hear about the mechanisms underlying ototoxic hearing loss are better understood and have led to recommendations from NIOSH and OSHA for limiting exposures to solvents, asphyxiants, or heavy metals for their ototoxic effects on hearing.


  • William Murphy, Ph.D.
Why We Can, Must, and Will Become Better Leaders

AIHce OnDemand

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Based on recent trends, we must continue to develop our leadership and influence. Surveys from business and organizational executives confirm that employers want strong leadership and communication skills in their EHS professionals. Understanding key principles and building leadership skills are what make the difference in achieving, or not achieving, success in today's competitive marketplace. This session will focus on strengthening the right leadership skills and attributes critical to leading teams, programs, and businesses. These skills are critical to optimize effectiveness and be a valued member of your enterprise. They are necessary to make good things happen in a demanding, complex work environment and to be seen by management, peers, and subordinates as an exceptional asset to the organization rather than just a technical expert.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

• Discuss why the IH profession tends to struggle with leadership and influence.
• Create rapport by tailoring leadership and communication, as needed.
• Recognize that a person cannot influence without trust, and one cannot trust without first establishing rapport.


  • Jason Kunz, MS, CIH, CSP
  • Justin Hoover, MS, CSP
Sampling and Analytical Challenges in Meeting Ever Lower OELs for Metals and Metalloids

AIHce OnDemand

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Occupational exposure limit values for metals and metalloids are decreasing especially for metals or metalloids identified as carcinogens or sensitizers. Increasingly, size-specific sampling fractions (e.g., inhalable, respirable) are prescribed by regulation. These very low limit values bring challenges to the measurement methods. All portions of these methods (e.g., sampling, sample dissolution, and the analytical methods) must be optimized dramatically in order to attain lower detection limits while maintaining high data quality. For sampling, this requires new high-flow samplers for inhalable and respirable fractions. For laboratory analysis, techniques must consider sensitivity, reagent purity, and solubility issues for metal compounds. Some of the current standardized methods may no longer be adequate for the lower elemental occupational exposure limit values. This session offers three presentations from three countries on the subjects of nickel aerosol samplers, beryllium sampling and analysis, and a new microwave digestion method for total metal content in workplace dust.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

• Discuss the challenges in trace-level sampling and analysis for metals and metalloids.

• Identify methodologies to meet particle size-specific sampling requirements.

• Describe the considerations for sample preparation and laboratory analysis for metals and metalloids.


  • Michael Brisson, MS, PMP
  • Katrin Pitzke
  • Steven Verpaele, MSc
New NIOSH Method Using Evacuated Canisters for Exposure and Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

AIHce OnDemand

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Evacuated canisters offer an opportunity to expand the way volatile organic compounds (VOC) are measured in indoor air quality investigations, industrial hygiene assessments, and emergency responses. A growing need exists for alternative sampling methods for VOCs because traditional sorbent tube sampling methods might not adequately capture the multitude of chemicals present in mixed exposure environments because of sorbent-analyte specificity. This method is amenable to the area or personal sampling for a wide range of VOCs and can be used to evaluate both task-based and full-shift exposures as well as long-term sampling (days to weeks). NIOSH Manual of Analytical Method (NMAM) 3900 provides a sampling and analysis technique for a variety of VOCs by the evacuated canister. The advantages and limitations of the new method will be discussed in the presentation. Applications of this technique in current NIOSH Field Studies Branch research and Health Hazard Evaluations will be discussed, including exposure assessments at cured-in-place pipe installations and health care settings. Applications of this technique for indoor air quality and vapor intrusion will be presented with a comparison to thermal desorption tube sampling. This session is sponsored by the Sampling and Laboratory Analysis Committee.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

• Discuss the new NMAM 3900 evacuated canister method, advantages, and limitations.

• Apply this method in field and laboratory investigations.

• Review the capillary flow controller technology used to regulate sample collection.


  • Ryan LeBouf
  • Dru Burns, MS
  • Alan Rossner Ph, PhD, CIH
The Lens of Minority Populations in the Workplace During COVID-19

AIHA Webinar Recording

Earn 1 Contact Hour

There is no denial that COVID-19 has presented a challenge to protecting the health and safety of employees around the world. In addition to pivoting to pandemic response, race relations have become a mandatory topic from board rooms to shop floors.

Minorities have been the center of heightened fatality rates due to COVID-19 and the center of equity actions across the globe.

This webinar is designed to bring awareness to health and safety program elements that may impact minority populations. Attendees will receive a two-page paper and checklist you can put to use immediately.

Be sure to read this Guidance Document: The Lens of Minority Populations in the Workplace During COVID-19 Guidance Document.


  • Subena Colligan, M.S., CIH, CSP
  • Enjoli DeGrasse, CIH
The Power of Thought - Critical Thinking for Occupational Health and Safety Professionals

AIHA Webinar Recording

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Are you an occupational and environmental health and safety professional or industry leader who must quickly find solutions to problems?

Critical thinking is one of the most valuable skills for OEHS professionals because it empowers you to solve difficult problems while cultivating high-demand leadership abilities. In this profession, it is essential to have a framework for thinking about complex issues and problem-solving.

Join us for this webinar to learn the critical thinking skills and mental models of world-class leaders so that you can make better decisions and achieve results. A case study and checklist will be shared!


  • Colin Brown, PhD, MSOH, CSP, CIH
Lessons Learned from Quantitative Exposure Assessments Conducted Globally

AIHA Webinar Recording

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Learn how to effectively utilize exposure monitoring results to reduce the potential health risks.

Major decisions on employee health protection, exposure controls, and respiratory protection are made on the outcome of exposure assessment findings.

However, we have learned that more than 50% of exposure assessment results are not reliable, representative, or reproducible from industrial hygiene assessments conducted at 300+ sites in 30+ countries.

Join us for lessons learned from this extensive research and to discuss quality assurance approaches to quantitative exposure assessment.


  • Maharshi Mehta, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • Ankit Sharma, CIH, CSP
Metrics That Matter – Building a Balanced Set of Health Metrics

AIHA Webinar Recording

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

Learn how you can implement leading health metrics to reduce health risks and improve your health protection program.

All well-run OEHS programs use metrics as part of their program management toolbox.

Traditionally, lagging indicators of health and safety in the workplace have been the most commonly used tools to indicate if health hazards, exposure prevention, and health-related risks are leading to injury and illness. Lagging metrics measure after-the-fact occurrences such as injury and illness rates and illness or disease prevalence. Such lagging metrics are not preventive, as worker health has already been adversely impacted.

Alternatively, leading metrics can assist with predicting and influencing health and safety performance. Leading metrics that focus on disease prevention and health preservation are not as prevalent as those that focus on health-related outcomes (i.e., illnesses). To fill the gap caused by too few leading health indicators, AIHA and the Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) developed and published a Best Practice Guide for Leading Health Metrics in Occupational Health and Safety Programs.

This webinar will expand upon the concepts outlined and share a case study of leading health metrics applied to an OEHS program.


  • Alan Leibowitz, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
  • Paul Esposito, CIH, CSP
  • Paul F. Wambach, CIH (retired)
  • Stephen W. Hemperly, CIH, CSP
Communicate Science Effectively by Using Risk Perceptions, Narrative, and Persuasion Theory

AIHA Webinar Recording

Earn 1 Contact Hour

In your career as an IH/OEHS professional, have you ever been told:

“Why should we trust you?! You’re being paid by them!”
“Dear Jon, please cease to work on the gas sensors in my lab. We will buy a new one.”
“You don’t sound like any EHS professional I’ve ever spoken with.”

All these examples are based on risk perceptions in the affective frame (experiential system, i.e., our emotional center) including a threat to value. By using conflict management, relational communication, and (re-)building trust, these types of interactions can turn out successfully for both parties.

Both collaboration and communication depend on being able to relate to each other and develop mutual trust. Sadly, for IHs, data and technical information typically don't sway minds or hearts. However, when we first focus on bonding and how we relate to each other, we can then weave and integrate our hard technical skills into the conversation.

In this webinar, we’ll explore both the science and art of conflict management, relatability, team cohesion, value setting, interpersonal communication, using narratives/stories, the affect/experiential risk system, and how our cognitive biases affect them. Examples, cases, and micro-stories will be used to illustrate how you can successfully incorporate the techniques shown.

Jonathan Klane, M.S. Ed., CIH, CSP, CHMM, CIT

​Information for Group Participants

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Information for Group Coordinators (Primary & Secondary Contacts)


Announcements regarding 2021 eLearning Subscription Program content availability will be sent based on preferences indicated in the Site Roster Form:

  • Email all participants on the roster with each new recording (approximately monthly contact)
  • Email all participants on the roster quarterly (end of March, end of June, end of September, end of December)
  • Opt-out of AIHA contacting all participants in the roster. Primary and Secondary contacts will be responsible for disseminating information regarding content availability in the Online Classroom

Live Event Registration

We will register the primary and secondary contacts or live connections for the live webinars based on preferences indicated on the Site Roster Form:

  • Automatically register primary and secondary contacts for all live webinars
  • Contact primary and secondary contacts to determine contacts for live webinars
  • Group will not participate in live webinars. Primary and secondary contacts and roster (if applicable) will be notified of the recording

If you would like to change any of your live connections for a webinar, please email at least one week before the live webinar. In the email, please tell us which webinar, and which connection(s) you would like to change.

Live Event Participation

Prior to the live event, we recommend performing a system test. To do that, click here​.

If you host a live webinar viewing, please email a list of attendees to Please use this webinar viewing template. We will follow up with steps on how to obtain credit.

This does not grant permission to rebroadcast our materials to other locations via web conferencing or screen-sharing.

Roster Updates

Group coordinators are responsible for providing AIHA with a subscription roster indicating who is authorized to be set up in the online classroom as part of their group. Please note the following on rosters:

  • ​Roster slots are not transferable throughout the year and cannot exceed the maximum size purchased without consultation with AIHA
  • Roster additions can be made on a quarterly basis (due to AIHA April 1, July 1, and October 1st).

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