AIHA Members in the Media
Heat Treat Live - June Edition: Workplace-Plant Cleaning in Covid19 Era
In today's world viruses can hang onto different surfaces for different periods of time. COVID-19 has shown if you don't have a protocol or process for surface cleaning in your plant, you could be open to liability claims or lost time from work by employees who get sick from the spread of a virus. MTI's Tom Morrison interviews Alex LeBeau on the recently released Workplace Cleaning Best Practices document by the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
Members and Member Efforts in the News
In the article Find out how and when to reopen your business safely, with industry-specific advice for small business owners, Mona Bushnell references several of AIHA's Back To Work Safely guidelines as resources.
Business Insider's Kate Taylor references AIHA's nail salon guidelines in a recent article.
USA Today published a FAQ about workers' rights and referenced AIHA's Back to Work Safely guidelines as part of their research.
AIHA members David Krause and John Henshaw discuss re-opening offices in a recent Bloomberg Law article.
NPR / WFYI (Indianapolis)
David Krause, chair of AIHA's IEQ committee, tells NPR's WFYI that the most effective measure would be to let employees work from home if possible, with masks and gloves being the least effective, as employers consider strategies to reopen.
John Hopkins APL Wellness
Former AIHA president Dan Anna got the latest ergonomic infograph inserted into the university's recent APL Wellness newsletter. We encourage all our members to reach out to their own internal communications teams and provide similar information!
Wall Street Journal
AIHA was heavily involved in this special project feature by the Wall Street Journal, which looks in-depth at potential changes and guidelines for reducing worker and customer COVID-19 risk in a typical city block.
AIHA members Nancy McClellan, CIH, and Dr. David Krause, CIH were interviewed by ABC News about how air purifiers and cleaners may help keep us safer indoors from COVID-19.
Chalkbeat New York
AIHA member David Krause talks with Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization focusing on education, talk whether school ventilation systems are up the standards needed to slow the spread of COVID-19.
AIHA member David Krause talks about how restaurants are working to improve air quality to win the trust of their customers.
Good Morning America
AIHA member Nancy McClellan talks with Good Morning America about how Thanksgiving safety amid COVID-19.
COVID-19 and the Industrial Hygienist
AIHA Clarifies Misinformation on PPE, Ventilation, and Disinfection
James Martinez CIH,CSP and NJM Insurance Group Donate 13,000 Masks to Philadelphia Hospitals