and protect the health of Australian workers
through application of the knowledge, practice
and standing of occupational health & hygiene.
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to prevent silicosis, or on exposure limits to
prevent lung disease in welding?
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AIOH – COH Preparation Training 2022
Improve respiratory protection to prevent the spread of Omicron
Tunnelling & Silicosis
Respirable crystalline silica exposure in the NSW manufactured stone industry
This webinar reports the findings of that survey and provides key insights of the experiences of occupational hygienists across three key industry sectors (engineered stone; construction & tunnelling; and mining & quarrying) on exposures to RCS within Australia.
Our 2022 conference will help empower professions in meeting the challenges of delivering simple and sustainable solutions to the occupational hygiene challenges of today and tomorrow.
The presentation will provide information on various ASEA activities with a focus on Occupational Hygiene.
The objective of these sessions is to prepare potential candidates for the upcoming virtual exams before their assigned exam date.
President Kate Cole talks about the benefits of the more tightly fitting P2 or N95 masks.
Welcome to our new and improved digital newsletter - The Filter Magazine. Using an online e-magazine platform, reading the latest AIOH news on a mobile device, desktop or laptop has never been easier.
President Kate Cole speaks on The Project about the dangers of Silicosis. In recent years, this deadly dust disease has been synonymous with engineered stone in kitchens. But thousands are also in danger in other industries like tunnelling,
Read the Case Finding Study commissioned by SafeWork NSW to investigate respirable crystalline silica exposure in the manufactured stone industry.
President Kate Cole and Past President Andrew Orfanos talk about what makes public places like restaurants and retail shops less of a COVID-19 risk.
This AIOH submission was made to the NSW Government and makes a number of recommendation for improving the demolition licensing in NSW.
Our submission provides comments on the guidelines identify the key challenges involved in communicating the risks around asbestos and how to adequately address those challenges.
The AIOH Submission to the 2021 NSW Dust Diseases Scheme commenting on the recommendations to improve worker health protection from RCS.
The AIOH Submission to Safe Work Australia on the measurability of these four chemicals prepared by the Workplace Exposure Assessment Committee.
Australia is grappling with the health implications of lung diseases associated with exposure to respirable crystalline silica and the need for action, including effective workplace monitoring, for the protection of workers.
Aims to prevent dust-related occupational lung disease, such as silicosis, in workers, through education & awareness of safe work practices to control exposures.
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A national respirator protective equipment fit testing training & accreditation program aimed at the proper fit of respirators to prevent exposure to contaminated air.
A health promotion charity that promotes the principles of occupational hygiene in the prevention & control of occupational diseases in the workplace.
Statistics released by Safe work Australia indicate that on average 250 people will die from injury at work, while over 2000 people will die from an occupational disease.
The Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) is the peak organisation representing professionals working in occupational hygiene. Membership is open to both professional occupational hygienists and those with an interest in worker health protection and a healthier work environment.
Promote healthy workplaces & protect the health of workers through knowledge & practice of occupational health & hygiene; Improve the practice of occupational hygiene, the knowledge & competence of its practitioners; Raise the profile of the profession; Influence government & industry to create healthy workplaces.
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The AIOH represents professionals working in occupational hygiene and promotes worker health protection and a healthier work environment.
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