AIHA Seeks PDC Program Participants

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is accepting proposals for professional development courses (PDCs) to be held Saturday and Sunday, May 31–June 1, 2008, in conjunction with the 2008 American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Expo (AIHce) in Minneapolis.

There is no fee to submit a PDC program proposal, and selected presenters will receive an honorarium. Presenters and students in attendance will earn certification maintenance (CM) points, continuing education units (CEUs), and continuance of certification points (COCs) to obtain and maintain professional certifications.

PDCs provide information on new standards, regulations, and innovations in technology; traditional occupational and safety issues; new chemical and biological threats; and upcoming career challenges. Submissions must be turned in at www.aiha.org/callforpdcs.htm by Aug. 15, 2007.

For further questions regarding PDCs, contact Barbara Maestro, AIHA's continuing education manager, at 703-846-0747 or [email protected]; or Bruce Hermit at 703-846-0752 or [email protected].

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