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AIHA Code of Conduct for Members, Volunteers, and Guests
Catalyst is a professional, scientific-based online community and as such, users are expected to act in a professional manner, including behaviors that are courteous and considerate, and communications that are strictly scientific in nature, fact-based, and politically neutral. Catalyst is not the platform to express opinions without regard to any scientific foundation that can cause confusion to the public or disaffect members. This policy outlines the Code of Conduct for all members, volunteers, and guests of AIHA and summarizes the behavior expected of members and volunteers. To file a complaint, please use the AIHA Code of Conduct Complaint Form.
Member Ethical Principles
The AIHA and ACGIH are nonprofit voluntary professional membership associations dedicated to the advancement of the field of industrial hygiene and the protection of health and safety. Therefore, we support quality professional standards and practices and expect our respective members to meet such standards.
In support of these important purposes, we promote ethical professional practices and strongly encourage members to understand ethical responsibilities. As a matter of professional competence and public confidence, members are expected to conduct themselves consistent with applicable ethics standards, including those of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH). Accordingly, we have adopted member ethical principles in order to guide the members, support the profession, and protect health and safety.
AIHA Logo Use Policy Agreement
The Association’s logo is a trademark and the property of AIHA. However, AIHA grants a license to use the AIHA member logo to its members in good standing. Only members who have maintained their paid membership in the Association can use the AIHA MEMBER logo. Members are not authorized to use any other logo or trademark that is the property of AIHA.
AIHA restricts the use of the MEMBER logo as stated in the Agreement for Use of AIHA Member Logo.
If you haven't renewed your membership for 2021, it's not too late! There has never been a better time to be a part of AIHA and the IH/OEHS industry's public awareness movement than now. Reinstate your membership online today!
What's In It For You
Being an AIHA member gives you so much exposure in the industry and the chance to develop relationships with your peers. You become a family of AIHA.
Lucinette Alvarado, MS, CIH
AIHA Board of Directors
Membership that grows with you and for you. Check out the various options we offer for the different stages in your professional development.
Share your personal and professional experiences as an AIHA member with your colleagues, peers, and prospects.
Make a difference by taking an active role through advocacy, and government relations. Be the voice that brings about positive change.
Being an AIHA member is a way to better yourself overall. They put a lot into us as industrial hygienists, and it makes me want to give back, both to the profession and the organization.
AIHA Member since 2010
AIHA Membership Dues
AIHA dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes but may be partially deductible as a business expense. AIHA estimates that 6% of your dues are not deductible because of AIHA's lobbying activities on behalf of its members. AIHF and AGF are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Contributions to either may be tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
Please note... dues are not refundable.
AIHA allows you to communicate and network with like-minded people. We all have the same goal at the end of the day, and that's to create a sustainable, safer workplace for everyone.
AIHA Early Career Professional