Upcoming: Alamo Local Section AIHA Meeting

Industrial Hygiene is a broad spectrum industry that incorporates us all. You don't have to be a CIH to come and participate in these fascinating discussions. Your input is always appreciated.

April 16, 2024
Topic: "The EPA is now doing workplace standard setting: A case study on EPA TSCA Workplace Chemical Hazard Evaluation", Speaker Ron Bishop, CIH
1800 hours (6 PM) start, business meeting at 1745 hours (5:45 PM)

Previous Meetings

19-Mar-24Hazards associated with clean-up of Opioids and Occupational Exposure to Cannabis
20-Feb-24Leonora BecknalIndustrial Hygiene - a historical perspective and the Carbon Cycle
21-Nov-23Petya Georgieva, CSPRisks of lead in the workplace and mitigation strategies


Kathleen Hess-Kosa, CIH Strange and Unusual Stories of IH
19-Sept-23Ron SchillerChemical Safety Board (CSB) Incidents (Continued)
16-May-23Ron SchillerIH tragedies and disasters sourced from the Chemical Safety Board (CSB)
28-Mar-23Scott M. "Nick" Nichelson, CIH, CHP, CSPHealth Physicists vs. Industrial Hygienists...Differences and Similarities
21-Feb-23Robert W. Miller CIH, CIEC, CEICCModern Public Health Controversies: What is the IH role in public health?
18-Oct-22Justin StewartCassella Noise Dosimeter—data logging, graphs, develop report formatting, much more

Mark Freemyer

A Systematic Approach to Mold Assessment

Kathleen Hess-Kosa

Fentanyl II – Incidental exposure to EMTs, Firefighters, Police, etc.


Ron Schiller

A Study of Water’s Contribution to Childhood Lead Poisoning. Note: this is our annual steak dinner. If attending please RSVP to our secretary, [email protected].

15-Feb-22Dr. Michael CharletonUT Health San Antonia - Mechanical System Optimization in Outpatient Clinical Facilities During COVID
18-Jan-22Round RobinIH Ethics