Total Exposure Health Vision Statements
- IH Professionals understand how occupational and non-occupational exposures combine to affect health outcomes and are engaging IH skill sets in assessing all exposures and their integration for overall exposure.
- IH Professionals are recognized as exposure science experts that anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control all exposures that combine to impact human health.
- IH Professionals are seen as valued partners collaborating with other scientific communities on initiatives involving integration of exposure data with other determinants of human health (e.g., Total Worker Health, Exposome, Total Exposure Health).
- AIHce On Demand session recordings bring the best of AIHce EXP directly to you. Choose the topic areas that best meet your education needs and get access to cutting-edge presentations through your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
- 2020 eLearning Subscriptions provide access to education webinars and selected AIHce OnDemand Recordings.
- An Introduction to Total Worker Health
- Total Worker Health: How Does IH Fit?
- Why OHS Professionals are Turning Toward Total Worker Health
- A Deep Dive into the Trends That Affect IH/OH
- Introducing the "Proud to Be an IH" Series
- Here's What NIOSH's Health Hazard Evaluation Accomplished in 2016
- Exposures in Coffee Processing Facilities
- Preparing for the Future: AIHA's 2019 Environmental Scan
- Stranger Things Meet Industrial Hygiene
- Resources for Content Development
- News Roundup: NIOSH App Grabs Headlines
- AIHA Education: Year in Review
- What Every IH Should Know About AIHA 's Content Priorities
- Tending Our Content
- NIOSH “Workplace Solutions” Documents Address Hearing Protection, Legionella, Cold Stress
- NIOSH Evaluates Exposure to Secondhand Cannabis Smoke in Open-Air Setting
- Covid-19 Outbreak Slows in China, Climbs in Korea, Italy
- France to Revise OELs for “Dust Without Specific Effects”
- NIOSH Evaluates Firefighters’ Exposures to Asbestos Near Libby, Montana
- NIOSH Expands Focus of TWH to Address Emerging Issues
- Covid-19 Weekly Roundup: Essential Worker Fatigue, Fatalities in New York, and More
- OSHA’s New Regulation on Crystalline Silica: What You Need to Know
- Coronavirus Research from JOEH
- NIOSH to Develop Resources on Recovery from Substance Misuse
- The Mold Resource Center explores how for more than a decade, mold has been in the news. People are talking about the effect on population health and damage to the building. But what are the risks and issues? A number of agencies have guidelines that include protective measures for mold remediation and cleaning.
- AIHA's Public Policy Agenda embodies three core elements of change, addressing 15 of the country’s most important worker health and safety challenges.
- Protect Yourself from Noise Induced Hearing Loss since it has an impact on every level of our lives: in the workplace, among our family and friends, and at leisure.
- Indoor Air Quality has received a great deal of attention in recent years. Although most of the concern originally focused on the workplace, more people are looking for answers to health and comfort problems occurring in their homes.
- AIHA Releases its First-Ever Biennial State of AIHA Research Report (Feb '19) The report is an analysis of the trends and issues affecting the field of industrial hygiene and occupational health, including the changing workplace landscape, big data, total worker exposure and exposure banding.
- AIHA Issues Its First Public Policy Agenda (Jan '19) Covering the years 2019 through 2020, this plan focuses attention on 15 of the nation’s most important worker health and safety issues.
- Content Portfolio Advisory Group (CPAG) helps advance AIHA’s mission and values by providing input and advice to the AIHA Board and staff regarding the content AIHA provides to members and other stakeholders. Content may include documents, articles, white papers, fact sheets, publications and more. Here you can find information on how you can contribute to the development and advocacy of AIHA content. To see current initiatives, please visit the Total Exposure Health dashboard.
- Indoor Environmental Quality Committee provides a forum for exchanging ideas and information about indoor environmental quality and to participate in the development and analysis of related technological and regulatory issues.
- Risk Committee supports and promotes the application of human health risk assessment to better understand and control the hazards found within workplace and environmental settings.
- Exposure Assessment Strategies Committee provides leadership in the field of exposure assessment and strategies for environmental health, safety, and industrial hygiene professionals.
- Healthcare Working Group creates a forum for health care EH&S professionals to discuss issues of concern, share best practices, and promote positive change. To achieve our mission, the HCWG is composed of seven project teams. The project teams were developed around common issues affecting health and safety professionals in healthcare.