Formed in 1984, the members of the Hawaii Local Section are experts in the areas concerning occupational and environmental health and safety. We are committed to the health and safety of the people working or living in the Hawaii community.

According to the AIHA Hawaii By-Laws, the purpose of our organization is:

  • To promote the study, evaluation and control of environmental stresses arising in or from the workplace or its products in relation to the health or well-being of workers and the public.
  • To increase the knowledge of industrial and environmental health through interchange and dissemination of information and to bring together persons interested in the various phases of industrial and environmental health.
  • To promote the profession through the encouragement of interest within and cooperation with government, industrial, educational and other professional bodies.


If you are an organization that wishes for one of our members to present Industrial Hygiene-related information, feel free to contact us at [email protected].​

AIHA Hawaii Local Section – 2014 Busine​​ss Plan

I. Carry out the mission of the AIHA for Hawaii's workforce and our community

AIHA Mission - The AIHA promotes, protects and enhances industrial hygienists and other occupational health, safety and environmental professionals in their efforts to improve the health and well-being of workers, the community and the environment.

A. Increase AIHA membership as it relates to 2014.

i. Promote health, safety, and environmental activities to membership and the community through tours, technical training and seminars.

ii. Keep the membership informed of activities and practices affecting the HSE profession.

iii. Participate in Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair as judges and present awards to the finalists.

iv. Offer social networking events to increase membership activism.

v. Advertise membership benefits via e-mail website

vi. AIHA technical tours

vii. Promote the HSE profession to students at the high school and collegiate level.

B. Create a high visibility event for AIHA Hawaii Local Section, so that we are better known to the public

i. Partner with other associations to promote AIHA as a partner in HSE.

II. Increase the knowledge of industrial and environmental health through interchange, dissemination of information, and networking / professional development events

A. Conduct general business meetings to keep our membership informed of the latest issues affecting the profession.

i. The general membership meetings will include technical mini-sessions on a variety of different HSE issues.

B. Increase AIHA Hawaii visibility in Hawaii and nationally

i. AIHce and other such conferences

III. Maintain the fiscal stability of the organization.

A. Appoint a​ committee to conduct a financial audit of the AIHA Hawaii chapter books.​