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    • 06/26/2024
    • 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • New Terrain Brewing
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    AIHA RMS Summer Social

    Wednesday June 26th

    New Terrain Brewery

    16401 Table Mountain Pkwy,

    Golden, CO 80403

    https://newterrainbrewing.com/

    RMS is planning on getting together to hike or bike or just show up for brews at the New Terrain Brewery in Golden. We are planning on having the hikers and bikers meet at the trail head about 4:30 pm for a 45 – 60-minute hike/bike. Then we will all descend on the brewery around 5:30 pm. Members that do not want to hike or bike can just meet at the brewery at 5:30 pm.

    THIS EVENT IS FREE so come join us!


    • 09/10/2024
    • 7:30 AM
    • 09/11/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Wheat Ridge Recreation Center

    Save the Date for our 2024 AIHA-RMS Fall Technical Conference! This is our 30th year anniversary and we want to make it extra special. 

    We will once again be moving venues to the Denver Police Protective Association at 2105 Decatur St, Denver, CO 80211. This new venue will have more the feel of past years at the Arvada Center with big open areas, large ballrooms and plenty of space for networking.

    For exhibitor registration click HERE!

    For sponsor registration click HERE!

    Registration will open in the next 1-2 months but for now, mark your calendars and stay tuned for more details! 

    • 11/20/2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CU Boulder Environmental Health and Safety Center
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    Exploring Key Learnings from Recent AIHA Initiatives to Improve our Exposure Risk Assessment and Management Programs

    AIHA has launched four initiatives aimed at advancing our science and practice in support of our efforts to more effectively and efficiently protect workers: Defining the Science is a joint initiative with ACGIH to advance our science in ways that best support practitioners. Improving Exposure Judgements, another AIHA-ACGIH partnership, aims to accelerate the use of IH statistical and other tools to improve the accuracy of worker exposure assessments. Principles of Good Practice is defining concise guidance on practices that effectively and efficiently manage workplace hazards/risks to ensure worker protection. Finally, State of the Art vs. Practice is a continuous improvement strategy to understand and close gaps between current practices and state of the art.

    Early results from these four initiatives offer tremendous insight for improving our exposure risk assessment and management practices, as that has been the focus of most of the initial efforts. Join us as we explore those learnings, the opportunities identified for improving our practices, and the free resources and tools available from AIHA to support us in our efforts.

    Instructional Methods: lecture, discussion, group activities, practice exercises.

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Familiarity with the four AIHA Advancing OEHS Science and Practice Initiatives.
    • Understanding of key learnings from those initiatives as they relate to improving our exposure risk assessment and management practices.
    • Proficient in the use and application of tools and techniques that can be used to improve those practices.
    • Knowledgeable about the free AIHA resources available to help us improve.

    Prerequisite: Attendees must bring a laptop computer for exploring the free resources and tools.


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