e-Learning

Chesapeake Local Chapter has purchased the 2021 eLearning Subscription - Lite package from AIHA. This will provide our members (paid dues and on the roster) with access to select webinar recordings to be delivered throughout 2021. Check back here and in your online classroom for the latest on demand webinars.

Please note that you will need your AIHA credentials to login. To receive credit for viewing a webinar, click the “take survey” button in the viewer window. Complete the evaluation and click “Submit Survey” at the bottom of the page. After submitting the survey, click “Submit Credit”. A confirmation page will appear. Click “process credit”. After you complete this process:

· a certificate will be available under “Submitted Credit” in the “My Credit” section of the Online Classroom.

· a record will be created on your AIHA Transcript.

Here are some helpful links for getting started:

If you have any difficulty logging in, please email DLAssistant@aiha.org​ and include Chesapeake Local Chapter as the name of your subscription group. Note that internet explorer is not a supported browser for these webinars.

If you are not a current dues paying member, it's not too late to sign up!

Catalyst

In the spirit of community building and idea sharing, AIHA launched a new member benefit for their local sections, Catalyst.

Catalyst is a high-powered online community and virtual meeting place, built to meet our local section members’ need for connecting and collaborating. As an AIHA Chesapeake member, you have access to the online community 24/7!

Check out some of the latest discussion threads:

Websites

Back to Work Safely

This site features expert, industry-specific guidance for both businesses and consumers to safely re-open and re-engage as they emerge from the COVID-19 quarantines. Sponsored by AIHA National.

backtoworksafely.org

Podcasts

Probability Matters: Personal Stories from the IH Community https://www.aiha.org/events/probability-matters-podcast

5 on the Front Line with Government Relations Director, Mark Ames https://www.aiha.org/membership/advocacy/5-on-the-frontline