AIHce EXP Plans to go on as Scheduled

AIHce EXP plans to go on as Scheduled, June 1 – 3 with PDCs beginning May 30. They have concluded that for now, “we plan to hold AIHce EXP 2020. We know many organizations are restricting or banning travel, and while we’re optimistic the coronavirus will be better contained before the conference, we wouldn’t be responsible event organizers if we weren’t planning for every possibility. This is why we’ve decided to extend the Advance Registration rate deadline to Sunday, April 12 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

“We believe that within the next few weeks, we will be able to make a more informed decision about whether we will host the conference and, if able to do so, how best to deliver our quality education to you. We will notify you of the decision no later than Thursday, April 16.”

For continuous updates about the impact of COVID-19 on AIHce EXP 2020, visit AIHce’s Help Page.

Free Resource
AIHA is making the PDF of its AIHA University Marketplace publication: The Role of the Industrial Hygienist in a Pandemic Guideline (valued at $65), available to you for free at this time. You may download it here. Members of the AIHA Biosafety & Environmental Microbiology Committee recently re-reviewed it and deemed the tools and principles of the book relevant and accurate.

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