Program Overview

2022 AIHA University Webinars and AIHce OnDemand Recordings
  • Access to select webinar recordings and/or AIHce OnDemand Recordings in the Online Classroom for those on your roster.
  • Earn at least 5 Contact Hours

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

2022 eLearning Subscription Content

  • The LITE eLearning Subscription provides 2 connections to each live webinar. The primary and secondary contacts (group coordinators) determine how their groups will utilize these connections. Groups who have submitted rosters will begin receiving welcome emails on Thursday, January 13, 2022.
  • The 2022 program year runs from January 2022 to December 2022. All sessions must be viewed in the online classroom by December 31, 2022, to receive credit.
  • Purchasing an eLearning Subscription does not grant permission to rebroadcast our materials to other locations via web conferencing or screen-sharing.

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Below is a list of all AIHA University Webinars and AIHce OnDemand selections. Each group can make 5 selections. Group Coordinators, please email [email protected] with your group's name and selections. Once we receive a selection, we'll set up the content in the Online Classroom and notify members of its availability, depending on your group's preferences.

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Upcoming Live Webinars & Recordings

AIHA University Webinar: Adapting Your Ergonomics Program to the Hybrid Work Environment (2/3/2022, 1:00 pm ET) - Recording Available NOW

Thursday, February 3, 2022

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting quarantine accelerated the trend toward performing office work remotely, whether from home or across the country. As many companies are re-evaluating what their workspace could look like and some companies are starting to call employees back to the office, these shifting environments pose challenges to industrial hygienists, such as:

  • How to conduct an ergonomic assessment when individual no longer have assigned desks, whether at the office, home, or another remote location;
  • What types of equipment are available in a non-traditional office setting that can be adapted for a workstation;
  • What kind of changes in training are needed?
  • Overall, how will the IH manage the safety of these environments and the health of employees?

This webinar will be a combination of presentations on current trends and strategies on managing a hybrid workplace environment.


  • Penney Stanch
  • Marjorie Werrell
AIHA University Webinar: ANSI/ASSP Standards - Impact on OSH Professionals (2/16/2022, 1 pm ET) - Recording Available NOW

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

ASSP (the American Society of Safety Professionals) encourages support of consensus standards activities and processes as an alternative to government regulation of occupational safety and health whenever conditions permit. When compared to government regulation, consensus standard activities allow for greater participation by OSH professionals in the development of safety and health practices. Also, since consensus standards do not profess to address every possible situation, OSH professionals also have greater influence in the application and interpretation of consensus standards than they do with federal regulations.

The ASSP supports a complementary relationship between OSHA regulations and consensus standards related to occupational safety and health which uses valid consensus standards enforcement, mindful of the fact that consensus standards are not written to address every foreseeable circumstance. ASSP points out that action of this nature may empower and enhance the professional stature of both ASSE members and OSHA compliance officers. Most importantly, such action will allow for a more efficient and responsive use of occupational safety and health resources thereby improving working conditions.

This session will focus on these standards, how they are used, the context in how they are used, and the implication for OSH Professionals. ASSP receives many inquiries from AIHA members about ANSI/ASSP Standards and AIHA has representation on many of our committees.


    Director, Standards Development and Technical Services
    ASSP (American Society of Safety Professionals)
  • Lauren Bauerschmidt, CSP, STS
    Manager, Standards Development
    ASSP (American Society of Safety Professionals)
AIHA University Webinar: Assessment, Remediation, and Post-Remediation Verification of Mold in Buildings (3/3/2022, 1 PM ET)- Recording Available Now!

Thursday, March 3, 2022

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

This webinar includes a facilitated review of the brand-new 2nd edition of AIHA’s Assessment, Remediation, and Post-Remediation Verification of Mold in Buildings, led by one of the authors.

This comprehensive guide describes the range of hazard evaluation and re-occupancy post-remediation verification assessment methodologies and techniques currently accepted and available for use by competent professionals to conduct investigations of mold growth in residential and commercial buildings.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the appropriate actions required to properly inspect and sample for mold in buildings known or suspected of having water damage and associated mold growth.
  • Understand different mold sampling methods that can be utilized, various advantages and disadvantages, and how to interpret the results.
  • Identify prudent actions required to properly develop remediation protocols or specifications to address mold growth and contamination in buildings.
  • Identify prudent actions required to conduct a post-remediation verification after final cleaning and prior to re-occupancy.


  • John “Jack” Springston, CIH
AIHA University Webinar: Smart Devices and the EHS Professional (Tuesday, April 19, 2022 from 1:00-3:00 PM ET))- Recording Available Now!

NOTE: There were issues with the presenter audio on this webinar that could not be addressed in post-production. The existing recording is available, but we are working with the presenter on the possibility of re-recording the session.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Earn 2 Contact Hours

Learn how you can get the most from your smart device and improve your overall efficiency as an environmental health and safety (EH&S) professional!

Over the last several years, we have witnessed the breakneck evolution of the hand-held computer, from basic PDA to smartphone to smart device. A smart device is defined as a small mobile computer, combining copious amounts of data storage with a camera, telephone, GPS, and other technologies.

Based on these enhanced functionalities, many professionals would like to use their smart device for more advanced tasks. This webinar will provide an overview on using a smart device for the EH&S professional, including:

  • Document and e-text creation
  • Communication technologies
  • Data collection
  • Apps useful to the EH&S profession

You will also participate in an open discussion based on over 25 years of experience with PDAs and smart devices.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Communicate more effectively
  • · Manage workflow, documents, projects, and travel
  • · Develop and utilize data collection and database applications
  • · Utilize intermediate and advanced features
  • · Manage your complete EH&S regimen from the palm of your hand

Please note that this is not a course on smart device programming nor smart device database development, but a detailed overview of the topics and techniques related to smart device usage.


  • Mark Rollins

AIHA University Webinar: Assessing Ventilation for COVID-19 Mitigation and Beyond: Proactively Identify Ventilation Vulnerabilities (5/4/2022 from 1:00-3:00 PM ET) Recording Available NOW

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

Earn 2 Contact Hours

Develop skills for recognizing and evaluating ventilation within the context of a pandemic.

Adequate ventilation is a key mitigation factor in the fight against aerosol transmissible diseases. Drawing from 2 years of field experience, this webinar will review the basics of assessing ventilation at the occupant level and help participants establish a framework to identify ventilation vulnerabilities.

During this webinar, participants will:

  • Review examples of real-world ventilation scenarios.
  • Discuss alignment with ASHRAE, CDC, California Department of Public Health Interim Guidance for Ventilation, Filtration, and Air Quality in Indoor Environments; and the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standard.
  • Practice analyzing data to determine comprehension.
  • Learn strategies for communicating risk to empower workplaces.
  • Learn how to improve psychological and physical safety.
  • Review lessons learned from guiding organizations as they returned to in-person work.
  • Enhance their knowledge of Indoor Air Quality and ventilation assessment equipment, such as balometers, CO2 monitors, rotating vane anemometers, etc.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Create and utilize a framework for assessing building, office, and school ventilation risks.
  • Better communicate safety protocols to workplaces.
  • Improve psychological and physical safety in the workplace.
  • Calculate air exchange data to be able to compare to ASHRAE guidelines, and other industry best practice guidelines.


David Moore, MPH, CIH
is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), and a graduate of UC Berkeley's School of Public Health Masters program. He is one dissertation away from a doctorate in public health. He and his life partner began Intrinsic Environment, Health & Safety in 2017, providing scientifically grounded solutions for local businesses, universities, governmental entities, non-profits, addressing some of societies pressing occupational environmental health challenges. Most recently, David has been assisting local schools and businesses return to school and work safety.

AIHA University Webinar: The Effects of the Pandemic on Physical Activity and Strategies to Prevent MSDs (6/23/2022 from 1:00-2:00 PM ET)

Thursday, June 23, 2022

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Learn practical approaches to prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and injuries by guiding company policies and individual behavior changes.

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our daily lives in multiple ways, from increased stress and anxiety, to working from home, to limited social engagements.

All of these behaviors correlate with increased sedentary behaviors, the effects of which will not be evident until years later. During this time, it is important for occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) professionals to be aware of these lifestyle changes.

Using the Total Worker Health® Hierarchy of Controls, this webinar will discuss how to implement changes in the work environment to reduce risk of injury and guide workers to a healthier lifestyle.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the hazards associated with a sedentary lifestyle
  • Prepare OEHS professionals for the probability of increased musculoskeletal injuries as workers return to job sites
  • Using the TWH® model, discuss policies and programs to prevent injury and enhance worker health and safety


Laura Carpino is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist at the HPMC Occupational Medical Services clinic in Richland, Washington. She serves as the Subject Matter Expert for Ergonomics, Biomechanics, and Injury Prevention at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a Department of Energy-operated nuclear cleanup site, and is passionate about linking occupational safety with employee health and wellness. She holds a Clinical Exercise Physiology certification from the American College of Sports Medicine and has completed Total Worker Health trainings from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace, and the Oregon Total Worker Health Alliance.

AIHA University Webinar: Engineering Techniques to Mitigate Chemical Exposure for O&G Chemical Laboratories (7/9/2022 from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET)

Wednesday, July 6, 2022

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Health damage associated with volatile organic compound (VOC) exposure has been evaluated by different health and environmental protection agencies such as the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ASTDR).

Some compounds, including benzene, naphthalene, ethylene oxide, and 1-3 Butadiene are considered human carcinogens and can lead to life-threatening illnesses. Within a chemical laboratory, potential exposure to chemical airborne particulates is significantly high.

This webinar will provide a practical guide for OEHS professionals and laboratory personnel on effective exposure control programs for different hazardous routine activities.

You’ll be guided through a study where laboratory employees have been exposed with various hydrocarbons. The primary objective is to eliminate hydrocarbon exposure by implementing the best engineering control methods and practices within an oil and gas chemical laboratory.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify hazardous activities and exposure control program.
  • Evaluate the chemical toxic health effects of carcinogenic compounds, accessing and evaluating exposure and monitoring methods.
  • Identify the risks associated with potential hazards of chemical substances and then select the appropriate level of laboratory engineering controls to prevent exposures in the breathing zone.


Amit Raiyani is a Certified Industrial Hygienist with 14+ years of dynamic experience in industrial hygiene & safety. He is presently associated with Reliance Industries Ltd. as Lead-Industrial Hygiene for the last nine years leading the industrial hygiene function across refinery and petrochemical sites in India. Prior to Reliance, Amit worked for Bureau Veritas India as an HSE engineer for three years and managed multiple sites as a consultant. Before that, Amit spent two and a half years as a safety engineer in the cement industry.

He has worked with most progressive organizations and has conducted qualitative and quantitative exposure assessments, developed comprehensive occupational hygiene and respiratory management programs, and assisted in the selection of controls and technical solutions.

Amit is a board member of the Central Industrial Hygiene Association (CIHA), a non-profit organization creating awareness on industrial hygiene in India, and organizes industrial conferences and technical webinars every year.

AIHA University Webinar: Cleaning Out Your Data Closet (7/20/2022 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET)

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Are you an OEHS professional collecting data, but aren’t sure if you’re using it to its fullest capability? Does the term “big data” seem too vague or subject to interpretation?

You’re not alone. A 2020 survey of OEHS/IH Professionals found the following:

  • 89% of respondents indicate that their organization stores or maintains IH data
  • 75% store or maintain IH data as computer files of individual exposure monitoring reports
  • 32% use specialized computer software or data systems to store or maintain IH data
  • 59% use spreadsheet software as their analytical software
  • 41% indicate that the term “big data” means nothing to them
  • 73% indicate that their organization doesn’t analyze big data or they don’t know if their organization does

Join this webinar to learn how to take your data analysis to the next level - whether you are just starting to clean out your data sets, focusing on creating metrics and goals for monthly safety meetings, or turning your attention to aggregating data sets for better project planning.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Analyze the data you have – what can be done with what you’ve collected through tools like IHSTATs and EXPOstats.
  • Identify the data cleanup and the tools you can use to combine data files into a standardized format for analysis.
  • Describe some tools that can be used to supplement your data sets (NoiseJEM and OSHA CEHD).
  • Discuss the value and the risks of data aggregation.
  • List the rules for data aggregation.
  • Provide metrics high-performing organizations can use to set goals, plan, and monitor progress in the continuous improvement of their health protection program.


John Baker, CIH FAIHA has worked in the environmental and occupational health field since 1971. He became a CIH in 1978 and has held officer positions in the Western New York Local Section and the Nano and Advanced Materials Working Group of AIHA. He has a bachelor’s degree in physics, a master’s degree in environmental engineering and an MBA. He was Deputy Director of the Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology at Rice University. His work experience includes air pollution control enforcement and technical and managerial positions in the steel industry, manufacturing, and consulting. He retired from BSI EHS Services and Solutions in 2021. His interests include the risk management and hazard communication about manufactured nanomaterials and incidental ultrafine particulate matter.

Dr. Benjamin Roberts is a Senior Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk. He completed his PhD in Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. His training and research focused on improving exposure assessment techniques for occupational noise with an emphasis on using new technology and rigorous statistical methods. Dr. Roberts also holds an MPH in industrial hygiene from the University of Michigan and has helped train other industrial hygiene graduate students in using air sampling equipment, direct reading instruments, and noise dosimeters. Dr. Roberts is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and a past-chair of the AIHA Noise Committee.

Paul F. Wambach, CIH (retired) worked for the United States Department of Energy (DOE) headquarter offices since 1980 on assignments ranging from policy development and oversight to health studies. One of his projects at the DOE was the Beryllium-Associated Worker Registry, which collects, analyzes, and reports health and exposure data created through the operation of Department of Energy chronic beryllium disease (CBD) prevention programs. Mr. Wambach has over 30 years of experience in the comprehensive practice of industrial hygiene.

Eric Adams manages a scientific programming group at Oak Ridge Associated Universities, overseeing the ORISE DOE Data Center, a collection of federal worker health protection programs, and managing the IT infrastructure for the ORISE Beryllium Laboratory which performs thousands of medical blood tests annually. He triple-majored at the University of South Florida in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Computer Engineering, and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in analytics from Georgia Institute of Technology. Eric’s passion for data science, health informatics, and the translation of data into knowledge is exemplified daily in the work he and his team performs.

AIHA University Webinar: The Role of Context and Reason in Ethical Decision-Making for the Industrial Hygienist (9/15/2022 from 1:00-3:00 PM ET)

Thursday, September 15, 2022

1:00-3:00 PM ET

Earn 2 Contact Hours

By exploring sound judgement and situational factors, you will better understand the drivers influencing ethical decision-making and the theoretical frameworks supporting the use of such drivers.

Real case studies will be provided to analyze how the specifics of each situation influence the ethical and unethical behaviors of industrial hygienists. The webinar will also outline the four major ethical theories that can be used to reasonably justify ethical decision-making and discuss some of the common ethical dilemmas faced by industrial hygienists.

This webinar satisfies the 2-hour ethics requirement for CIH certification maintenance and provides skills for industrial hygienists faced with the burden of ethical decision-making.

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain how reason and context influences ethical decision-making.
  • Outline the four major ethical theories that can be used to justify ethical decision-making.
  • Discuss some of the common ethical dilemmas that industrial hygienists face.
  • Analyze case studies to arrive at actions and behaviors that would be considered ethical from an AIHA Code of Ethics perspective.


Dr. Jan K. Wachter, CIH, CSP, CQE, CRE, CQMgr is Professor in the Safety Sciences Department at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and its Ph.D. Program Coordinator. Dr. Wachter received his BS (biology/chemistry), MS (environmental health), MBA and Sc.D. (hygiene) degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds degrees in theology. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Wachter was employed by various Fortune 100 companies and at the U.S. Department of Energy at their national laboratory complexes. His major areas of interest are ethics, EHS management systems, application of quantitative methods in the EHS profession, and the use of human performance approaches for achieving EHS excellence.

OnDemand Offerings

Top 10 Imperatives for the AIHA Exposure Risk Management Process Presentation Recording


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Each of us seeks to ensure that we are effective in our efforts to protect workers from harmful exposures. We are also acutely aware of the need to be efficient in our efforts to do so. This one-hour video highlights ten of the most critical success factors that must be incorporated into our exposure risk management processes if we are to be both effective at ensuring that workers are protected and efficient in our use of resources.


  • John R. Mulhausen, PhD, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
All About Leading, Lagging, and Predictive Indicators (AIHce EXP 2021 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

The safety and industrial hygiene world has been rapidly transitioning to using performance leading indicators versus lagging indicators to better predict and affect future performance through the data. There is still a significant amount of confusion over what makes an indicator leading or lagging, and what to do with leading indicators once they are implemented. This session will provide a clear definition of what makes an indicator fall into one category or another, and provide strategies for utilizing both leading and lagging data to predict future performance and affect positive change to S&H programs.


  • Nik Seely, CIH, MSPH
Implementation, Controls, and Outcomes of COVID-Free Protection Zone Model (AIHce EXP 2021 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

WorkCare, a U.S.-based occupational health company, developed a suite of solutions to help employers prevent and manage COVID-19 in the workplace. Solutions include exposure prevention protocols, onsite daily symptom screening, risk stratification based on symptoms and activity profiles, telehealth triage, diagnostic and antibody testing, concierge medicine, contact tracing, return-to-work clearance, and a COVID-free zone. In a COVID-free zone, employees are required to comply with specific protective measures and crossovers from one zone to another are restricted or monitored. A COVID Compliance Officer is assigned to enforce all aspects of COVID-19 surveillance. This session will describe the zone model, how it integrates with other interventions and related outcomes. Experience with the model may be applied in industrial plants, construction sites, school campuses, retail and food establishments with in-person encounters, and TV and film production companies.


  • Dr. Anthony Harris, M.D., M.B.A, M.P.H.
Interesting OSHA Health Cases - Facts From the Field, Part 1 (AIHce EXP 2021 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Each year OSHA's IHs perform thousands of health inspections and discover workplaces that have interesting exposures that should be shared with the OHS community. Part 1 will highlight two inspections that found overexposures to metals. 1) The Barrel of Blame Pointed in Many Directions. This presentation will cover an inspection of an indoor gun range. OSHA utilized multiple IHs, multiple sampling methods, blood lead results, and the OSHA's Health Response Team to find serious overexposures to lead. OSHA's general industry lead standard and its application to facilities where employees are exposed to lead will be discussed. 2) Jewelry Can Make You Sick - Overexposures in Jewelry Manufacturing. The second presentation will cover an inspection of a facility that personalizes jewelry. Without ventilation controls and OSHA intervention, employees were exposed to silver twenty times the permissible exposure limit.


  • Sean Tynes
  • Zachariah Dapron
Interesting OSHA Health Cases - Facts From the Field, Part 2 (AIHce EXP 2021 OnDemand)


Earn 1 Contact Hour

Each year OSHA's IHs perform thousands of health inspections and discover workplaces that have interesting exposures that should be shared with the OHS community. Part 2 will highlight two inspections: a) exposure to pesticides by law enforcement officers; and b) exposure to carbon monoxide by construction workers. 1) Illegal Marijuana Grows and the Exposure to Hazardous Waste in National Forests. The first presentation will review the results of exposures of law enforcement officers to restricted or banned pesticides at sites where illegal drugs were produced. These illegal drug sites can be established as hazardous waste sites. 2) Carbon Monoxide Exposure Reconstruction from Near Fatal Use of a Concrete Saw. The second presentation will discuss how OSHA calculated airborne exposure concentrations of CO from the employee's carboxyhemoglobin levels post exposure. The information from the presentation will inform the audience about how quick CO concentrations can build up creating an immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) atmosphere.


  • Amber Rose, CIH
  • Ryan Wolschleger

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