AIHA Debuts Four New Publications at Expo

The American Industrial Hygiene Association will showcase several publications at the 69th annual American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition from May 31–June 5 at the Minneapolis Convention Center at AIHA's InfoCentral (booth number 735) in the Expo hall.

The following four publications will make their debut at the event:

Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Indoor Mold; edited by Bradley Prezant, Donald M. Weekes, and J. David Miller (Stock No: IMOM08-679); introductory AIHA member price: $115, non-member price: $160.

This most current and comprehensive mold reference discusses the basic practice of identifying mold damage, sample analysis, and remediation. Innovative methods and approaches for each assessed situation are provided.

Its 20 chapters cover the underlying principles and background of evaluation and control, building evaluation, data interpretation, remediation, and control, plus appendices containing advanced perspectives in mold prevention and control, and images of exterior and interior building mold.

Toxicology Principles for the Industrial Hygienist; edited by William E. Luttrell, Warren W. Jederberg, and Kenneth R. Still (Stock No: BTOR08-738); introductory AIHA member price: $98, non-member price: $123.

This new toxicology reference examines basic principles and provides case studies that relate to the working environment. It also includes basic toxicological knowledge every industrial hygienist should know, especially in preparation for the certified industrial hygienist examination.

Its 36 chapters provide thorough discussions of understanding toxicology, sites of action of chemicals found in the workplace, chemical group toxicology, and sources and application of toxicological information.

Incident Safety and Health Management Handbook; authors: Joselito S. Ignacio and Incident Preparedness and Response Working Group (Stock No: SEPH08-744); introductory AIHA member price: $60, non-member Price: $85.

Compact and easy to use, this field guide and training tool provides key safety and health planning and execution steps to follow during various disaster response operations. It provides technical information on air monitoring, respiratory protection, and personal protective equipment, and offers guidelines for an effective response to an all-hazards threat environment.

This guide specifically addresses an incident safety management process as recommended by the NIOSH/RAND study from the September 11th terrorist attacks. Emergency management planners interested in how to protect their responders will benefit from this planning reference.

Ergonomics Program Guidance Document, Aligned with ANSI/AIHA Z10–2005; authors: Walt Rostykus, Mary O’Reilly, Sheree Gibson, Laura Nystrom, Stephen Gutmann, and Marjorie Werrell (Stock No: EERA08-742); introductory AIHA member price: $30, non-member Price: $55.

Managing and integrating an ergonomics program following the Occupational Health and Safety Management System standard (ANSI/AIHA Z10-2005) is outlined in this newest ergonomics guideline. It maps elements of an ergonomics program, and managing ergonomic improvements, within an occupational health and safety management system. Industrial hygienists and safety professionals who have responsibility for managing an ergonomics program will benefit from this document.

The publications are also available at AIHA's Marketplace.

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