An emeritus member shall be a former full member who has retired from the active practice of industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety. An emeritus member may continue to vote on association-related issues and serve on committees.
At AIHA, we love that our retired members want to remain connected to the OEHS community.
You want to maintain your passion for the profession, and we want to tap into your lifelong knowledge and experience. Fortunately, we have several key benefits for our emeritus professionals looking to leave a lasting legacy.
Some helpful blogs on how you can stay connected with AIHA through retirement!
There are no additional administrative fees for membership and no additional costs to actively participate in almost 60+ technical and professional development volunteer groups.
INTERESTED IN TRANSITIONING TO EMERITUS MEMBERSHIP? CONTACT MCR VIA EMAIL AT [email protected].
Benefits & Value of Membership
Community & Connections
- Catalyst Online Community
- Member/Leadership Directories
- Mentoring Program
Knowledge & Resources
- The Synergist Magazine (+ digital archives)
- Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) (+ digital archives)
Education & Events
- Conferences: AIHce EXP and AIHce OnDemand
- Product Stewardship
Recognition & Awards
Volunteer & Leadership Opportunities
- 50% off full member dues
- Special AIHce registration rates
- Member-Only Perks
- Vote on association-related issues
- Member's only pricing and specials
- Free shipping on publications
Stay on top of current OEHS scientific and public policies"
Kathryn Makos, MPH, CIH
Please visit Membership Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or contact the Member Services team at [email protected] or call (703) 849-8888.
AIHA Code of Conduct Acknowledgment
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. We ask that our members and volunteers read and submit the acknowledgment via the online form.
AIHA dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes but may be partially deductible as a business expense. Dues are not refundable. AIHA estimates that 9% of your dues are not deductible because of AIHA's lobbying activities on behalf of its members. AIHF and AGF are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Contributions to either may be tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
Please note that dues are not refundable.