Table of Contents by Issue

January

(Member Only Access)

President’s Message
Learn Something New Every Day
By Barbara Dawson

State Talk
Legislative Action at the State Level
By Aaron Trippler

AIHA@75
Mr. Industrial Hygiene
By Ed Rutkowski

Insight: Ethics
Duty and Consequence: The Ethics of Admitting Mistakes
By Jan K. Wachter

Insight: For Students
Choose Your Own Adventure: Preparing for Graduation and Beyond
By Samantha Connell

Surviving Sequestration
How Are Federal Budget Cuts Affecting IH?
By Kay Bechtold

Judgment Day
How Accurate Are Industrial Hygienists’ Qualitative Exposure Assessments?
By Susan Arnold and Gurumurthy Ramachandran

Real Value
Suggestions for Establishing a “Safety Culture”
By Lorraine Sedlak

February

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President’s Message
Learn Something New Every Day
By Barbara Dawson

State Talk
Legislative Action at the State Level
By Aaron Trippler

AIHA@75
Mr. Industrial Hygiene
By Ed Rutkowski

Insight: Ethics
Duty and Consequence:
The Ethics of Admitting Mistakes
By Jan K. Wachter

Insight: For Students
Choose Your Own Adventure: Preparing for Graduation and Beyond
By Samantha Connell

Surviving Sequestration
How Are Federal Budget Cuts Affecting IH?
By Kay Bechtold

Judgment Day
How Accurate Are Industrial Hygienists’ Qualitative Exposure Assessments?
By Susan Arnold and Gurumurthy Ramachandran

Real Value
Suggestions for Establishing a “Safety Culture”
By Lorraine Sedlak

March

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President’s Message
The Benefits of Prevention
By Barbara Dawson

Washington Insider
2014: Off and Running
By Aaron Trippler

AIHA@75
A Laboratory’s Rich Legacy
By Ed Rutkowski

Synergist Q&A
The Future of OELs

Insight: Professional Growth
Culture Jumpers
By Ying Zhen

The Hierarchy of OELs
A New Organizing Principle for Occupational Risk Assessment
By Chris Laszcz-Davis, Andrew Maier, and Jimmy Perkins

New Chapter for OHS Management Systems
ISO Begins Work on a New Global OHS Management System Standard
By Thea Dunmire

Other People’s Crisis
Communicating with Bystanders
By Peter M. Sandman

April

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President’s Message
Strategies for Leadership
By Barbara Dawson

State Talk
Do States Recognize the CIH?
By Aaron Trippler

AIHA@75
The Ventilation Guru
By Ed Rutkowski

Synergist Q&A
OSHA’s Proposed Rule for Silica

Insight: management systems
Risk vs. Risks
By Thea Dunmire

Toward Better Buildings
Resources for Managing IAQ during Construction
By Donald Weekes, Wane A. Baker, and Jack Springston

Science and Celebration
San Antonio to Host 75th AIHce
By Kay Bechtold

More than LEED
New Green Building Certification Systems Offer a Range of Sustainability Benchmarks
By Catherine Bobenhausen

May

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President’s Message
Progress in Protecting Worker Health
By Barbara Dawson

Viewpoint
The Power of Professional Judgment
By Gary W. Carter

AIHA@75
A Standard Like No Other
By Ed Rutkowski

Insight: Professional Growth
African Roots
By Yvonne Luiza

Insight: Risk Communication
Tell People What’s Going On
By Peter M. Sandman

Special Section
AIHce 2014 Exhibitor List

The Economics of risk
Strategies for Finding the Optimal Risk Level
By Frank Hearl, Rene Pana-Cryan, and Cristina McLaughlin

Setting the Standard
AIHA Members Bring IH Perspective to the Standards Development Process
By Nancy West

The Banding Marches On
NIOSH Proposes a New Process for Occupational Exposure Banding
By Lauralynn Taylor McKernan and Melissa Seaton

June/July

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Letter to the Editor
The Need for a New OEL Infrastructure
By John Elias

Special Section
Conflict and Compromise
By Ed Rutkowski

Synergist Q&A
Whole Air Sampling

Insight: Risk Assessment
Deracination and the Action Level
By Frank Mirer

When a Nuclear Power Plant Shuts Down
IH Challenges of the World’s Largest Decommissioning Project
By Gregg W. Tulley

The EHS Crossover
Three Examples of IH’s Value to Environmental Projects
By Enrique Medina, Rex A. Hunter, and Georgi Popov

Rhythms of History
AIHce 2014 Speakers Consider Past and Future of Occupational Health and Safety
By Ed Rutkowski and Nicole Racadag

By the Numbers
Ending Black Lung

August

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President’s Message
Progress and Partnership
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo

AIHA@75
A Quality Program
By Ed Rutkowski

Insight: Management Systems
Drafting a Modern OHS Management System Standard
By Thea Dunmire

Insight: Ethics
Defining Moments
By Bruce Lippy

Quality, Confidence, Growth: The Legacy of AIHA Laboratory Accreditation
AIHA-LAP, LLC Commemorates 40 Years and Looks Forward to More
By Cheryl O. Morton

Safety Test
What’s Behind the Rash of Accidents in Academic Laboratories?
By Kay Bechtold

Labs and Silica
AIHA-LAP Supports Osha’s Proposed Silica Standard
By Bill Walsh

By the Numbers
Soccer and Safety

September

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From the Editor
The Synergist
Is Going Mobile
By Ed Rutkowski

President’s Message
Effective Engagement
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo

Insight: Professional Growth
Lessons in Leadership
By Cathy A. Hovde

Stress Tests
Trends in OEHS Academic Programs
By John Zey

From Student Life to “Real Life”
Tips on Transitioning into the Professional Realm
By Samantha Connell

Prescriptive Process-Based Exposure Limits
How DNELs and DMELs Differ from Conventional OELs
By David O’Malley and Robert Roy

By the Numbers
Anthrax Mishandled at CDC

October

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President’s Message
Bringing IH to a New Generation
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo

State Talk
A Tale of Two Bills
By AAron Trippler

Synergist Q&A
Detector Tubes

Insight: ethics
It’s Legal, But Is It Ethical?
By Nick Rice

Unknown Risks
Nanomaterials in Construction
By Gavin H. West, Bruce Lippy, Daniel Marsick, and Michael R. Cooper

Silicosis: Far from Vanquished
The Persistence of a Preventable Disease
By Mary O’Reilly

Everyday Noise
Suggestions for Protecting Our Hearing in a Noisy Society
By John C. Ratliff

By the Numbers
The 2014 Ebola Outbreak

November

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President’s Message
AIHA’s China Delegation
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo

Leadership Perspective
Six Priorities for IH Content Development
By Barry Graffeo

Letters
Lab Safety and Whole Air Sampling: Readers Respond

Insight: Management Systems
Selecting Management System Metrics
By Thea Dunmire

Coming Soon: New Respirator Classifications
Will the ISO Respirator Standards Do Away with Assigned Protection Factors?
By Craig Colton

Hazards in Focus
IHs Prepare for Wave of New Safety Data Sheets, Labels under GHS
By Kay Bechtold

The Myth of the Magic List
It Takes Work to Develop Meaningful EHS Objectives
By David Downs

By the Numbers
Workers Under the Influence

December

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President’s Message
Ebola: A New Threat
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo

Washington Insider
Outlook for OSHA Rules
By Aaron Trippler

Insight: For Young Professionals
Whose Team Am I On?
By Samantha Connell

Insight: Green Building
Sustainable, but Not Spartan
By Roland C. Jones

More Apps for the EHS Professional
The Latest Features (and Security Concerns) for Your Smart Device
By Mark Rollins

The DIY Database
Suggestions for Developing Your Own Database Application
By Diana L. Larson, Ryan G. Kamerzell, and James D. Branum

Politics and Partisans
Can Occupational Health Science Overcome the Limits of Public Policy?
By Kay Bechtold, Nicole Racadag, and Ed Rutkowski

By the Numbers
Vaping and Health

Special September Supplement

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Foreword
Legacy of Achievement: Reflections from AIHA’s past president.
By Barbara J. Dawson

Forecast
The Future of Industrial Hygiene: NIOSH leaders look ahead.
By John Howard, D. Gayle DeBord, and Mark Hoover

Timeline
Milestones in AIHA History

Appreciation
Alice Hamilton: Crusader and Scientist
An interview with Hamilton biographer Barbara Sicherman.

Trivia
Seventy-five Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know about AIHA

Photo Essay
Honoring the World of Work
By Earl Dotter

Feature: Toward Better Benchmarks
Can industrial hygienists overcome the challenges associated with occupational exposure limits?
By Ed Rutkowski

Profiles: Return on Investment
How American Industrial Hygiene Foundation scholarships helped shape today’s professionals.
By Kay Bechtold

Reflections: A Passion for Protecting Worker Health
AIHA volunteers share what industrial hygiene means to them.

Afterword: A Future Filled with Promise

What’s on the Horizon for AIHA?
By Christine A.D. Lorenzo