To further global safety and health through the life
cycle of nanotechnology associated with development of advanced materials and
manufacturing by providing AIHA members and technical committee
representatives with opportunities to identify, organize, and conduct
information sharing, educational activities, and community outreach.
AIHce planning (e.g. podium sessions, round tables, professional development courses, NTWG brochure, student poster judges)
Communications & Outreach (e.g. fact sheet development, Synergist articles, Good Nano Guide support, education outreach to other AIHA committees and local sections, presenting at various conferences and symposiums outside of AIHA, and fostering input to the development of national and international standards)
NTWG Strategies (e.g. long-term strategic planning, future AIHce offerings, leadership development)
2006, 2008 – 2012, Outstanding Volunteer Group
2009 Group Leadership Award
2012 Soaring Star Award
2014 Outstanding Projects Team (Symposium Team)
The Nanotechnology Working Group Soaring Star 2012 Winner at AIHce Indianapolis.
ASTM, Standard Guide for Handling
Unbound Engineered Nanoscale Particles in Occupational Settings, ASTM-E2535-07,
information repository on good practices for managing nanomaterials in
occupational environments, including training materials and resources, EHS protocols,
and an EHS reference manual.
ISO TC 229
Nanotechnologies − Nanotechnologies
-- Health and safety practices in occupational settings relevant to
nanotechnologies, ISO/TR 12885:2008. (under revision)
Nanotechnologies -- Occupational risk management applied to engineered nanomaterials -- Part 1: Principles and approaches, ISO/TS 12901-1:2012.
Nanotechnologies -- Occupational risk management applied to engineered nanomaterials -- Part 2: Use of the control banding approach, ISO/TS 12901-2:2014.
Other ISO TC 229 standards published or underdevelopment