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Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices

Over the years, the topics have included cotton dust exposures, workplace control of carcinogens, industrial hygiene for mining and tunneling, asbestos identification and measurement, and others. Today, this commitment to providing forums for discussion of timely issues is evidenced through webinars, seminars and conferences on bloodborne pathogens and sharps injuries, air sampling, industrial ventilation, bioaerosols, mining, occupational exposure databases, mold remediation, nanotechnology, control banding and others.

ACGIH® is committed to providing its members and others in the occupational and environmental health industry with the information they need to excel in their profession. As part of this commitment, ACGIH® is pleased to offer cutting edge courses, webinars, workshops, and symposia.

In 1961, ACGIH® began co-sponsoring an annual conference with the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). Today, the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition (AIHce) is one of the world’s premier conferences for occupational and environmental safety and health professionals. It attracts an international attendance of more than 5,000 each year. ACGIH® Committees and individual members contribute their expertise in professional development courses, technical sessions, and poster sessions. Also featured is the ACGIH® Pavilion, where industry professionals can purchase publications, see software demonstrations, apply for membership, and find information on upcoming educational events.