Three Sessions You Don’t Want to Miss at AIHce 2023
No matter your expertise in the industry, AIHce EXP 2023 has an educational session for everyone.
- By Alex Saurman
- May 15, 2023
We’re just one week away from the American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Expo (AIHce EXP 2023). If you haven’t already, it might be time to start packing your bags and planning your agenda.
Not sure what sessions to attend? Here are just a few you don’t want to miss.
On the first day of the show, Monday, May 22, “A5: Adjusting Your Company's PPE Program for Female Workers” will take place from 10 to 11 a.m. PDT. During this session, Presenter Katie Stryker, CIH of CNA Insurance and Moderator Diana Peroni of BioMarin Pharmaceuticals “will debunk the myth of pink it and shrink it to offer insight and perspectives into how a program can use diversity, equity, and inclusion concepts to ensure that a company's PPE program is a fit for everyone,” per AIHce’s website. Register for this advanced session online.
On Tuesday, May 23 at 8 a.m. PDT, Eva Glosson will present the session “E5: Last Day on the Job — Occupational Homicide and Workplace Violence.” Throughout the session, attendees will hear about “1) the four types of violence, 2) high risk scenarios through case studies, 3) the key criminological and psychological theories behind aggression and violence, and 4) tools and strategies to reduce workplace violence,” per AIHce. This intermediate-level session is also included in the virtual program. Register for this session online.
Looking for a more beginner-level session? Check out “G9: Decoding the Alphabet Soup” on Wednesday, May 24 from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. PDT. Kelsey Forde, CIH CSP CHMM and Timothy Stirrup, CSP CHMM REM, both of Parvati Consulting & Government Services, will address “1) the benefits, limitations, and requirements of professional credentials; 2) conversations with management on obtaining a professional credential; 3) how to develop your areas of expertise; and 4) manageable goals for professional advancement and continuing education,” according to AIHce. Register for this session online.
Don’t forget to check out the keynote sessions on May 22 and 24!
Alex Saurman is a former Content Editor for Occupational Health & Safety,who has since joined OH&S’s client services team. She continues to work closely with OH&S’s editorial team and contributes to the magazine.