Everything Aspiring IHs Wanted to Know But Were Too Scared to Ask

They are some of the biggest questions on many aspiring Industrial Hygienists' minds. Aspiring IHs may have pondered these questions for some time but have been too embarrassed to ask. Nonetheless, they are basic concerns that must be answered: How do you become a Certified Industrial Hygienist? And once certified, how do you maintain your certification?

AIHce 2008 has these questions covered with Round Table 257, occurring Thursday, June 5, from 1-3 p.m.. At this discussion, American Board of Industrial Hygiene board members and staff will present information on certification topics, address comments and questions from the audience, and seek audience input on ABIH's direction and programs.

ABIH is a nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to promote, elevate, and sustain the practice of the IH profession through ABIH certification worldwide. ABIH certifies individuals in the practice of industrial hygiene based on education, experience, and examination. This forum provides an opportunity for IHs to learn more about ABIH programs and for the board to hear about issues and concerns from its stakeholders.

The arranger and moderator will be Lynn O'Donnell, ABIH. Monitors for the event are Ron Drafta, ABIH, and Pam Trim, ABIH.

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