The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is an international professional organization of industrial hygienists and allied specialists devoted to promoting the study and control of environmental factors affecting the health of workers. The AIHA coordinates the industrial hygiene activities of diverse groups and agencies, issues a variety of technical publications for both employers and employees, conducts industrial hygiene training courses and workshops, publishes a bi-monthly journal, a monthly news magazine, sponsors annual conferences, and offers four grades of membership to individuals and institutions. The AIHA strives to further the science and art devoted to the recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental factors and stresses in the workplace, and to prevent sickness, impaired health, loss of well-being, significant discomfort, and loss of efficiency among workers and citizens in the nearby community.
The AIHA issues various technical bulletins. Serial publication: AIHA Journal (technical journal), bi-monthly--technical information on workplace health and safety for workers and employers, written by industrial hygienists. The Synergist, monthly news magazine serving occupational and environmental health and safety professionals.
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