AIHA Announces 2021 Hamilton Club Members

AIHA considers its Hamilton Club members to be industry leaders who, through their innovation and expertise, are shaping the future of the IH/OEHS profession.

Falls Church, Va. (April 20, 2021)—Today, AIHA announced the 2021 members of the Hamilton Club, an exclusive AIHA partnership program. This program, accessible by invitation only, is comprised of corporate partners that bolster AIHA’s initiatives on the highest levels and across many platforms, through sponsorship, advertising, foundation support, and other methods.

The Hamilton Club was created to encourage collaboration with active and influential industry representatives and to promote AIHA’s mission of establishing resources that help protect worker health. AIHA considers its Hamilton Club members to be industry leaders who, through their innovation and expertise, are shaping the future of the industrial hygiene and occupational and environmental health and safety profession, comparable to Alice Hamilton, who profoundly affected the field of IH in her era and to the present day,

“We are thrilled to welcome two new Hamilton Club members, AccuTec-IHS Inc. and VelocityEHS,” said Laura Cilano-Garcia, AIHA’s program director of strategic partnerships. “And we are beyond grateful to the Hamilton Club partners who have stood by us and our members during this challenging time, when workplace health and safety are more important than ever.”

The 2021 Hamilton Club members include the following corporate partners, categorized in tiers by their respective financial contributions:

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