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OHTA is pleased to acknowledge the support and financial sponsorship of the
following organizations:

American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) 

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is one of the largest international associations serving OEHS professionals practicing industrial hygiene and is a resource for those in large corporations, small businesses, and independent consultants. 

Founded in 1939, AIHA is a nonprofit organization devoted to achieving and maintaining the highest professional standards for its members. More than half of our nearly 8,500 members are certified industrial hygienists (CIHs) and many hold other professional designations. AIHA administers comprehensive education programs that keep occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) professionals current in the field of industrial hygiene.

Together with our members, we continue creating knowledge to protect worker health in our pursuit of eliminating workplace illnesses.



SKC is the world leader in sampling technologies and a primary manufacturer of quality air sample pumps, accessories, sorbent tubes, sample bags, passive samplers, and filters for occupational and environmental health and safety professionals. Industry professionals know they can rely on SKC - Support, Knowledge, and Choice.

As a sponsor of OHTA, SKC and its global sales network will loan air sampling equipment for training courses when available. Requests for loan of equipment should be sent to Debbie Dietrich, Vice President and Corporate IH for SKC Inc. at ddietrich@skcinc.com. Alternatively, requests can be made to the local SKC distributors. See http://www.skcinc.com for a list of SKC distributors world-wide.

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OHTA is grateful for the support of sponsors in enabling us to continue our work. However, inclusion on this page does not imply endorsement or support by OHTA of any particular organisation, their products or services. The content of sponsor entries is not edited or reviewed by OHTA other than to ensure it does not contain material that may not align with the principles of OHTA, conflict with current occupational hygiene practices or is defamatory or otherwise inappropriate.