The AIHA volunteer community works hand-in-hand with the Association to achieve our mission to protect workers health through:

  • facilitation of networking and information exchange among members
  • development of products, services, and activities for educational purposes
  • development of guidelines and standards for good practice
  • development of statements to contribute to public policy debates
  • collaboration with other allied organizations

​AIHA Code of Conduct Acknowledgement

This document outlines the Code of Conduct for all members and volunteers of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and summarizes the behavior expected of members and volunteers representing AIHA in any forum, mailing list, public meetings or private correspondence.​READ MORE

Volunteering — What’s in It for You

The volunteer experience is rewarding and reaps many benefits, both personally and professionally.

  • Sense of pride, satisfaction, and accomplishment
  • Greater self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Feeling valued and having made a difference
  • Creating connections and building deeper networking relationships
  • Making an impact that can change or shape someone’s life for the better
  • Being a part of a community that works for the greater good on a global level
  • Develop, strengthen, or expand leadership skills
  • Acquire job-related skills and improve career opportunities and advancement
  • Earn CIH maintenance points

By helping others, you help yourself — we all win when we volunteer!​ As you consider a volunteer path to pursue, think about your personality, interests, and time commitment and align those values with the opportunities available.

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I am proud to be an industrial hygienist because we help make the world a better place.

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Timothy Paz, CIH
Architect of the Capitol

AIH Foundation — Donate!

Support the next generation of IH/OEHS professionals and understand why it is important to do so.

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AIHA Guideline Foundation

Crucial health guidelines related to chemical exposure limits developed by AIHA to protect the public.

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