Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Review

Co-Sponsored with the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society.

September 21-25, 2015

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Description

The CIHR is a 4.5-day course that provides an intensive, high-level review of a wide range of industrial hygiene topics. This program is offered twice annually in Ann Arbor, Michigan and has gained the reputation of being one of the premier programs for people needing to broaden or refresh their industrial hygiene knowledge base or to focus their efforts on professional certification. Attendees benefit from interaction with more than a dozen experts covering the industrial hygiene topics. This program is co-sponsored by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society and registration is handled through the AIHA.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for Industrial Hygienists; EHS Coordinators; Facility Engineers; Safety Managers; Environmental Health Inspectors; Industrial Nurses and anyone interested to enhance their knowledge and understanding in the fundamentals and concepts of Industrial Hygiene. This course will also assist industrial hygienists in preparing for the ABIH examinations. Certified Industrial Hygienists that attend the course will accumulate 6.01 IH CM points. Attendees must have a basic knowledge of mathematics and chemistry.

General Information:

Registration: Click HERE for registration information.

Location: This course is held in Ann Arbor, MI at the Kensington Court Hotel.

Cancellation Policy

Written cancellation notification must be received no later than September 7, 2015 in order to qualify for a refund, less $75.00 administrative fee. Substitute attendees are welcome. In the unlikely event that this program must be cancelled, the entire submitted registration fee will be refunded without further liability on the part of the organizers.

The University of Michigan is an Education and Research Center funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.