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Safety, Health & Industrial Hygiene

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American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)

Occupational Safety and Health student working in a mine

Industrial Hygiene graduate student, Andy Grosebeck, samples for gases and vapors in the Orphan Girl Mine located on the Montana Tech campus. Mine Engineering and Safety Health and Industrial Hygiene are both located in the School of Mines and Engineering.

American Industrial Hygiene Association, (AIHA) main webpage is www.aiha.org

AIHA currently lists Montana Tech on their website at:   
www.aiha.org/

Since 1979, AIHA has produced and distributed the Consultant’s Listing, a searchable print and online directory of its consultant members.  This listing is the leading directory of industrial hygiene and other occupational and environmental health and safety consultants.  This listing is FREE of charge.  Government agencies such as the EPA, FEMA and OSHA regularly refer consumer inquires to consultants for assistance. AIHA’s Consultant’s Listing is also frequently listed as a source, by media and reporters, for consumers when searching for an Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) consultant.

Health Links MT

Interested in making your workplace a healthier place? Health Links is a nonprofit based in the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health.

A safe workplace is a happy and productive workplace, and Health Links assists employers with assessing their needs and developing a plan to become a Certified Healthy Workplace.

Health Links offers step-by-step strategies and tools help with assessments, planning, and evaluations. Their trained experts will help employers make their workplaces healthier through promotion of Total Worker Health ® and refinement of safety programs.