AIHA Releases Three New Guidelines

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) just released three new publications:

  • Guideline for Implementing an Integrated Health, Safety, and Wellness Program for Small Businesses, (Stock No: MEWG08-752), by William H. Bullock, DHSc, MSPH, CIH, CSP.
    This publication provides a business case for implementing an integrated health, safety, and wellness program to improve workers' overall health and to lower workplace injury and illness incident rates.
    Member Price: $34
    Nonmember Price: $60
  • Guideline on Occupational Exposure Reconstruction, (Stock Number: EXPA08-743), edited by Susan Marie Viet, CIH, Mark Stenzel, CIH, Christopher P. Rennix, ScD, MS, CIH, Thomas W. Armstrong, CIH, PhD, and James R. Couch, MS.
    This new guideline presents current good practices in the development of efficient yet thorough procedures for any exposure reconstruction project. Its focus is on the industrial hygienist's role and integration with other contributors on exposure reconstruction projects. The guideline addresses alternative approaches, data source considerations, exposure metrics, quality assurance, and appropriate documentation for possible, possible retrospective exposure data needs.
    Member Price: $53
    Nonmember Price: $81
  • Storage Rack Safety Guideline (Stock No: SMEA08-745), edited by Lorraine Sedlak, CSP, CIH.
    This document provides guidance on the design, installation, maintenance, and safe operating practices for rack storage areas. Safety considerations in the design of product and material racking systems and warehouse facilities are reviewed and include aspects related to the material handling process. This guideline also summarizes facility, structural (floor load capacity), and operational (layout, aisle widths, area lighting, material handling equipment) concerns.
    Member Price: $40
    Nonmember Proce: $55

To order copies of these guidelines and other AIHA publications, visit AIHA’s Marketplace, or contact AIHA Customer Service at (703) 849-8888, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ET and request by stock number. For more information, contact Katie Robert, AIHA’s product development manager, at (703) 846-0738 or [email protected].

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