Time's Running Out for AIHce 2009 Presentation Submissions

The American Industrial Hygiene Association is reminding people that less than two weeks remain for safety professionals who wish to present at AIHce 2009 to submit their entries. The event will take place next year in Toronto, with the slogan "Discoveries Beyond Borders."

According to AIHA, benefits of presenting include:

  • Increasing credibility and visibility with fellow professionals
  • Contributing to the profession and the conference.
  • Attending AIHce 2009.
  • Earning points toward certifications.
  • Creating opportunities for dialogue and discussion.

Those submitting can choose from three presentation formats and more than 30 abstract topics ranging from aerosols to toxicology, and everything in between.

The final deadline is Oct. 6, 2008. For full details, click here.

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