Proposals for 2018 IOHA Meeting Due in January

AIHA said the call for proposals will open on January 3, 2018, and close on January 29.

The American Industrial Hygiene Association is inviting industrial hygiene and occupational and environmental health and safety professionals to submit proposals on the latest OEHS information, trends, technology, and best practices to present at the 2018 International Occupational Hygiene Association 11th International Scientific Conference, which will take place next fall. The call for proposals will open on January 3, 2018, and close on January 29.

The IOHA meeting's education sessions will be held Sept. 24-26, 2018, in Washington, D.C. at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. Professional development courses will be held Sept. 22, 23, and 27.

"While AIHA is an association based in America, we are honored to open up our nation's capital to the countries of the world," said Alla Orlova AIHA's director of Education. "We look forward to providing an international platform where industrial hygiene professionals from around the globe can come together to share ideas for the betterment of all of our communities through innovative educational opportunities."

The theme of the 11th annual IOHA conference is "Bringing Better Health to Workers Worldwide." Experts are encouraged to submit proposals for professional development courses, which are in-depth, more formal learning experiences; and education sessions, which make up the main conference program. The conference also will feature case study presentations, scientific research presentations, professional poster presentations, and student poster presentations.

For more information on IOHA 2018, visit https://www.aiha.org/events/IOHA2018/Pages/default.aspx.

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