Table of Contents by Issue

January

(Members-Only PDF)

President’s Message
Progress in International Collaboration
By Kathleen S. Murphy

Ethics
Updates to the Code of Ethics
By Alan Leibowitz

Professional Development
The Importance of NORA
By Emily J.K. Novicki and Paul J. Middendorf

Advances in Understanding Noise Exposures
Key Findings from the National Occupational Research Agenda for Hearing Loss Prevention
By Veronica Stanley

Respirator Use at High Altitudes
Examining a Common Misunderstanding about Atmosphere-Supplying Respirators
By Roy T. McKay

Exercising Judgment with Office Furniture
Are “Active Workstations” the Solution to Excessive Sitting?
By Penney M. Stanch, Marjorie Werrell, Albert Moore, and Stephen W. Hemperly

By the Numbers
Driver Fatigue

February

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President’s Message
Taking AIHce EXP to the Next Level
By Kathleen S. Murphy


Controls

IAQ-Related Comfort Complaints
By D. Jeff Burton


Special Section

AIHA Candidates’ Forum

Bloodborne Pathogens Outside of Healthcare Settings

Preventing Exposures to Potentially Infectious Materials Across Industries
By Eva M. Glosson and Darian W. Disrud


Remote Industrial Hygiene: Emerging Challenges, Promising Solutions

Protecting Workers in Locations with Difficult Access
By Andrey Korchevskiy, Sergey Antipov, Andrey Karpov, and Darya Antipova


A New Tool for Preventing Combustible Dust Incidents

Standard Requires Completion of a Dust Hazard Analysis by September
By Rush Bowers


By the Numbers

Wildfire Consequences

March

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President’s Message
Containing the Novel Coronavirus
By Kathleen S. Murphy


Risk

Managing Perceptions of Risk in the Technology Industry
By Neva Jacobs and Rachel Zisook


Sponsored Article

Can Online Training Satisfy OSHA Requirements?
By Roger Marks


Making Sense of Sensors in PPE

The Future Is Here—Introduce Yourself
By David Stein and Shane Hainey


Surface Sampling for Chemotherapy Drugs

Lessons Learned from the Surveillance for Anti-Cancer Drugs Exposure Study
By Hugh Davies, Susan Arnold, Matthew Jeronimo, George Astrakianakis, and Carole Chambers


Small Decisions

Using Cognitive Science to Improve Communication with Workers
By Ryan Campbell


By the Numbers

Coronavirus Outbreaks

April

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President’s Message
What’s Happening in Our Industry
By Kathleen S. Murphy


Ethics

Ethics and Communication of Risk
By Alan Leibowitz


Special Section

AIHce EXP 2020 Preview

Protecting Modified Worker Health

Biohacking and the Workplace
By Spencer Pizzani


It’s the Heat—And the Humidity

Critical Factors for Heat Stress Assessment and Prevention
By Robert N. Phalen and Catherine L. Besmar


Chemical Protective Clothing 101

A Primer on Permeation, Penetration, and Degradation
By Norman W. Henry III, Curtis Hintz, and Robert N. Phalen


By the Numbers

Blood Lead Levels in Kentucky Workers

May

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President’s Message
After the Crisis
By Kathleen S. Murphy


Letters

Refreshing the Brand

Controls

What’s Up with Duct Cleaning?
By D. Jeff Burton


Special Section

AIHce EXP Exhibitor List

COVID-19 and the Industrial Hygienist

FAQs on Practicing IH in a Pandemic
By Stephen Derman, Rob Strode, Don Archibald, Cynthia Ellwood, Eric Esswein, Christine Knezevich, and Steve Welty


Transition Space

Anteroom Ventilation Design for Pharmacies Compounding Hazardous Drugs
By Lewis Johnson


Navigating Electrical Hazards

Considerations for Hazardous Locations in General Industry
By Veronica Stanley


By the Numbers

Presymptomatic and Asymptomatic Transmission of COVID-19

June/July

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Ethics
Comparing Codes of Ethics
By Celia A. Booth and Joy Erdman


Membership

Members Making a Difference: Laurence Svirchev, CIH
By Gouhar Nayeem


Respiratory Sensitizers

Strategies to Address Occupational Asthma Caused by Respirable Allergens
By Samantha Connell and Selene Araya


The Marijuana Dilemma

Drugs in a Drug-Free Workplace
By Lamont Byrd, Carl W. Heinlein, Janet L. Keyes, Jason McInnis, Diane Radnoff, and Scott Schneider


Hazardous Drugs in Veterinary Medicine

USP <800> Raises Awareness of an Obscure Concern
By Shelley R. Carry


By the Numbers

COVID-19 at Meat and Poultry Processing Facilities