AIHA Publishes 2008 Consultants List

The American Industrial Hygiene Association has released its AIHce 2008 edition of the Consultants Listing, a document that list more than 700 consultants on IH issues of all kinds and 400 companies. Experts are listed by state and specialty.

"AIHA strives to make available the industry's most qualified industrial hygienists and other OEHS professionals and provide accurate and prompt services to those who need an industrial hygienist," said AIHA President Donald J. Hart, Ph.D., CIH. "The Consultants Listing offers this information organized by state and expertise to make it easy for anyone to find exactly what he or she is looking for."

The list is available online and by request as a printed, bound version. AIHA says specialty areas include biosafety and bioterrorism, asbestos/lead, biological monitoring, ergonomics, indoor air quality, mold, toxicology, and many others.

For more information, visit www.consultantslisting.org or contact Adrienne Ford at 703-846-0763 or [email protected]

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