AIHA Announces 2023 Hamilton Club Members

This program is comprised of industry partners that bolster AIHA’s initiatives on the highest levels and across many platforms

AIHA is pleased to announce the 2023 members of the Hamilton Club, the Association’s exclusive partner program. This program, accessible by invitation only, is comprised of industry partners that bolster AIHA’s initiatives on the highest levels and across many platforms, through sponsorship, advertising, foundation support, and other methods.

The 2023 Hamilton Club includes the following industry partners, categorized in tiers by their respective financial contributions:

  • Platinum Level – Amazon
  • Diamond Level – EMSL Analytical, SGS Galson, and SKC Inc.
  • Gold Level – Casella
  • Silver Level – AccuTec, Assay Technology, Board for Global EHS Credentialing (BGC), DuPont Personal Protection, OHD, Sensidyne LP, TSI Incorporated, and VelocityEHS

“As always, we’re very proud to collaborate with such an esteemed group of industry partners and of all that we’ve been able to accomplish together so far,” said Laura Cilano Garcia, AIHA’s director of strategic partnerships. “By continuing to innovate and share their knowledge with our members, they are helping AIHA remain on the cutting edge of occupational and environmental health and safety issues and solutions.”

“We look forward to even more collaboration that will enrich the industrial hygiene community,” she added.

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