AIHA Announces New Location for AIHce EXP 2023

AIHA Announces New Location for AIHce EXP 2023

Looks like AIHA is taking their conference and exposition to Phoenix next year!

OEHS professionals may be just unpacking their bags from the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s AIHce EXP 2022 Conference and Exposition, but the association is already looking to rile up professional intrigue for next year’s conference.

AIHA announced at the show last week that the association will be planning an in-person conference and exposition Phoenix, Arizona on May 22 through 24.

The conference, which will be the second year for AIHA’s in-person event since Covid-19, is expected to draw the attendance of thousands of professionals and hundreds of safety and health manufacturers and solution providers—which is exactly what it did last week during it’s 2022 conference and exposition in Nashville, Tennessee.

According to the AIHA’s list of past dates, AIHce EXP has not appeared in Phoenix before, so get excited for a jam-packed three days in the Valley of the Sun with AIHA next year!

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