AIHA Chesapeake 2021 Board Members Announced!
President: Ashton Alban
President-Elect: *Vacant* (email email@example.com if interested)
Past President: Miriam Koesterich
Treasurer: Michelle Coutu Fluck
Secretary: Chelsea Connor
December 2020 Virtual Happy Hour
Thanks to those who could join us for our first virtual happy hour! Together we scored an 8 out of 12 on the "How well do you know Baltimore?" quiz. See if you can beat our score! http://data.baltimoresun.com/q...
September 2020 - AIHA Chesapeake donates $2,000 to local non-profits!
AIHA Chesapeake donates $1,000 to the Baltimore Black Mental Health Alliance (BMHA). The BMHA's mission is to develop, promote and sponsor trusted culturally-relevant educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and other vulnerable communities. Read more at https://blackmentalhealth.com/ #blacklivesmatter #blackmindsmatter
AIHA Chesapeake donates $1,000 to The Maryland Science Center. The Maryland Science Center has been sharing its love of science since its inception as the Maryland Academy of Sciences in 1797. The Maryland Academy of Sciences is Maryland’s oldest scientific institution and one of the oldest such institutions in the entire nation. #science Learn more at www.mdsci.org/ and check out the other corporate members at https://www.mdsci.org/support/...
March 13, 2020 – House Bill 722 passed in the senate unanimously!
The Maryland State Senate unanimously passed House Bill 722, which would call on the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Board to develop and adopt regulations protecting workers from heat-related illness on or before October 1, 2022. The bill now heads to the governor, who is expected to sign it into law. The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) has been a strong supporter of this legislation. Several of our members testified before legislative committees to help advance it and educate legislators on the importance of protecting workers from hashtag#heatillness and hashtag#heatstress. Special thanks go to AIHA members Scott Schneider and Veronica Stanley, MSPH, CIH, CSP, CESCP for their tireless work on this legislation!
Veronica Stanley volunteered to give testimony at the heat stress bill hearing in February 2020.