|Defining the Profession: Your Input Is Needed
AIHA is asking industrial hygiene and allied professionals to provide feedback on the tasks, skills, and knowledge areas that are essential for persons conducting occupational exposure assessments.
Fixing the Fissured Workplace
At AIHce 2015, David Weil, administrator of OSHA’s Wage and Hour Division, and Jordan Barab, deputy assistant secretary of Labor for OSHA, discussed the challenges of enforcement in the age of the “fissured” workplace—a term that signifies the fracturing of the traditional relationship between workers and employers.
Trouble in "Temp Town"
Michael Grabell of ProPublica joined the conversation on the growth of temporary work in the U.S. during the 15th Annual Upton Sinclair Lecture for Outstanding EHS Investigative Reporting today at AIHce 2015.
A Leader in the Extreme
Alison Levine kicked off AIHce 2015 on Monday morning with an engaging presentation that highlighted the parallels between the workplace and business environments and the world of extreme adventure.
Helping Workers Protect Themselves
Garrett D. Brown, MPH, CIH, delivered the Jeffrey S. Lee Lecture to a standing-room-only crowd, discussing how the off-shoring of the manufacture of consumer goods over the past two decades has resulted in the transfer of occupational health and safety hazards to developing countries that are underprepared to address them.