Annually (January 1—December 31)
Please refer to the AIHA Bylaws for complete membership requirements.
Have a baccalaureate degree in industrial hygiene, chemistry, physics, engineering, biology, or other approved discipline. A minimum of three years experience. Spend a majority of time in industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety activities.
Experience can substitute education on the basis of two years of qualifying experience for one year of undergraduate education. Full-time graduate study in one of the disciplines listed above qualifies on an equivalent time basis for any portion of the required experience.
Have an associate degree in industrial hygiene, chemistry, physics, engineering, biology, or other approved discipline. Spend a majority of time in industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety activities. Experience can substitute education on the basis of two years of qualifying experience for one year of undergraduate education.
Employed in an allied profession or have interest in or support the industrial hygiene profession or other related professions.
Individuals who reside in and are citizens of a country defined by the World Bank as a low-income, lower-middle income, or upper-middle income economy, practicing occupational and environmental health and safety.
Individuals who are employed in IH/OEHS profession and are 30 years of age or younger. Young Professional members receive the same benefits as Associate members. Applicants must provide their date of birth.
Individuals enrolled at the college undergraduate or graduate level taking at least one-half the credit hours required for full-time status. Submission of a statement from the individual's faculty advisor confirming enrollment status is required.Retired
Reserved for Full or Associate members in good standing upon retirement. Is no longer actively employed (defined as less than 10% of the time) in the practice of industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety.
Organizational Membership in AIHA is the ideal way for your organization to receive a constant stream of AIHA services throughout the year at the lowest possible prices.
You know firsthand the value of being a member of AIHA. Recruiting new members is about sharing your experience, both professionally and personally as a member.
Become an AIHA Recruitment Hero via the Member-Get-a-Member Challenge
Expand and deepen your network of IH/OH professionals..
Raise the awareness and visibility of the profession.
Help colleagues and young professionals reach the pinnacle of their careers.
Attract students into the IH/OH profession.
Strengthen AIHA in representing the voices of IH/OH professionals. via policy makers and the public at large.
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Are AIHA Dues Tax Deductible?
AIHA is a 501(c)(6) and as such, dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes, but may be partially deductible as a business expense. AIHA estimates that 3% of your dues are not deductible because of AIHA lobbying activities on behalf of its members.
Foundation (AIHF) and the AIHA
Guideline Foundation are 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. Contributions to either may be tax deductible.
Please consult your tax advisor.
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