The June Filter Magazine showcases our 2021 Conference, 2021 AIOH Award Winners plus hear from our executive leadership and read about our outreach programs.
The AIOH has provided a comprehensive response to the SWA CRIS.
Paul Foley’s presentation during his June webinar detailing requirements for Health Management Plans (HMP) and historic Respirable Crystalline Silica exposures.
Dr Sam Hamilton, Safe Work Australia, Director, Occupational Diseases and Hygiene Policy will discuss the SWA Occupational Lung Diseases Workplan for 2022.
Survey of occupational hygienists to support the Regulatory Impact Analysis for respirable crystalline silica. We encourage all members who have experience in managing RCS exposure to participate in this survey.
Our vision is a healthy working environment for all.
The AIOH works to raise awareness about important issues impacting the health of the Australian workforce. Active in the media, we have several expert ambassadors available for comment on matters affecting workplace health.
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2023 President of Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists , Fellow of AIOH and Certified Occupational Hygienist with 20+ years exper
Kate Cole OAM is the immediate past president of the AIOH. She is a multiple award-winning scientist & engineer who has made disease prevent
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