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If I'm not a member, I can't expect the organization to exist, and I can't expect the organization to assist in educating other people on what we do in getting the word out on the value of industrial hygiene and safety and making that workplace safer [for] employers and employees. Because everybody's got to work together."
Steve Eversmeyer1986 • AIHA Member Since
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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.
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