AIHce 2022 Brings Education, Networking to OEHS Professionals in Nashville

AIHce EXP 2022 Provides Education, Networking to OEHS Professionals in Nashville

AIHA brings safety and industrial hygiene professionals to Nashville for a jam packed conference full of opportunity.

The American Industrial Hygiene Association is hosting occupational safety and industrial hygiene professionals in Nashville, Tenn. this week for it’s annual American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce EXP). The conference, which is available as an in-person or virtual event, focuses on bringing education and networking opportunities to professionals from around the country.

The conference, which is May 23-25, will host more than 145 educational sessions as well as two opening and closing keynotes at Music City Center. AIHA knows that is a lot of opportunity for education and that deciding which session to make time for is difficult, that’s why they’ve added AIHce EXP OnDemand to their registration. AIHce EXP OnDemand offers registrants online access to educational sessions post-conference, allowing attendees to attend session they may have missed. OnDemand sessions will include slides and audio recordings.

In addition to the numerous opportunities to gain more knowledge and expertise in your area of work, AIHce EXP also offers attendees the ability to network with other professionals in their field. This is particularly attractive to most as the last few years have made meeting in person somewhat difficult. On Monday, May 23, AIHA will host an Expo Hall Networking Reception from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., but attendees are encouraged to hold discussions and meet others during the duration of the conference.

In addition to education and networking, AIHce EXP will host products manufacturers and solution providers of all kinds. All attendees are encouraged to walk the expo floor and explore all the offerings the industry has to help keep workers safe and healthy.

Speaking of safety and health, AIHA is also doing all they can to ensure that attendees who choose an in-person conference registration remain safe in the midst of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. The association has detailed their approach to a health in-person conference here.

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