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IH Program Management
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AIHA® Laboratory Quality Assurance Manual, 6th edition
Edited by Andrew L. Teague, S.D. Allen Iske Jr., and Mary Eide
This manual describes the major elements of a reliable industrial hygiene laboratory quality system. The manual was compiled to aid new laboratories in establishing quality programs and help established laboratories enhance existing programs. It is not intended as a “turnkey” document but rather a reference manual, the parts of which can be adapted to the individual laboratory. The updated manual addresses requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 as well as new AIHA® LAP Policies released in 2018. By incorporating the basic principles outlined in this manual, laboratories can develop comprehensive programs that will assure quality results.
Stock #: LQAM20-699 | 150 pp | Softcover
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ANSI/ASSP Z10–2019 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
This standard defines requirements for an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS). It provides flexibility for conforming to the requirements of this standard in a manner appropriate to each organization and commensurate with its occupational health and safety (OHS) risks.
Stock #: SMAA19-698 | 67 pp | Softcover
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Industrial Hygiene Performance Metrics Manual
By the AIHA® Management Committee
In this manual, industrial hygiene and safety managers of staff or programs are provided clear and concise measures for tracking operations and organizational performance. The metrics offered emphasize the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of techniques and implementation. Your organization will benefit from improved management and function of your industrial hygiene programs and the prevention of health hazards.
Stock #: MPME01-447 | 131 pp | Softcover
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Ethics for the Safety and Health Professional: Approaches and Case Studies
By Jan K. Wachter
There has been relatively little written about the ethical dilemmas and challenges that safety and health professionals face. There has been even less written about the philosophical approaches, models, and frameworks for safety and health professionals to use to resolve dilemmas and challenges once they are identified and confronted. This book was written for safety and health professionals to aid in ethical decision making and presents case studies showcasing various approaches taken when faced with such dilemmas.
Stock #: ETHB14-780 | 168 pp | Softcover
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Exploring the Dangerous Trades: The Autobiography of Alice Hamilton, M.D.
By Alice Hamilton
This revealing autobiography of occupational medicine pioneer Alice Hamilton tells how she helped change history and the reasons for her unprecedented success in what was truly a male-dominated profession. Dr. Hamilton was a leading authority on lead poisoning and other industrial hygiene concerns years before AIHA® was even formed. This book provides insight into her personality, humor, beliefs, and, most importantly, her determination to make the world a safer place.
Stock #: BHIB08-206 | 455 pp | Softcover
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Workplace Violence Primer and Guideline for Industrial Hygienists
By Thomas P. Fuller, Jonathan Rosen, and Nathan Hartman
The job of an industrial hygienist is often expanded into areas that don’t fall neatly into the occupational health rubric. This guideline offers a detailed overview of the problems of violence, bullying, and harassment at work and explains how the industrial hygiene approach to hazard identification can be used when trying to control workplace violence. Topics include the extent of the problem of workplace violence, worker impacts, organizational impacts, prevention, and control measures.
Stock #: EWVG16-783 | 55 pp | Softcover
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Life’s Work: A 50 Year Photographic Chronicle of Working in the U.S.A.
Photographs by Earl Dotter
In this 50-year retrospective photographic volume containing 500 beautifully reproduced images, renowned photographer Earl Dotter chronicles his five decades behind the lens documenting American workers of all descriptions. In each of the book’s 15 chapters, Dotter reprises highlights from exhibits he has created since he first photographed coal miners in 1968 and on through the present. In his recent exhibit, BADGES: A Memorial Tribute to Asbestos Workers, he personalizes the ongoing toll taken from environmentally related exposure to asbestos. Earl Dotter has enlisted more than thirty recognized experts who introduce each book chapter and add illustrated commentary on specific related issues at its close, greatly broadening the scope of this repository of distinguished workplace images.
Stock #: SEWB18-797 | 248 pp | Softcover