Serving the Occupational Health Community of Industrial Hygiene Professionals Since 1938.

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February 11, 2020

MIHS Past President Breakfast & Annual Business Meeting

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

VistaTech Center – Schoolcraft College
18600 Haggerty Road, Livonia, MI 48152
Registration at 7:30 a.m.; 8:00 to 11:30 a.m.


Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Review 
March 9-13, 2020
Click here for more details and to Register




The Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society is proud to represent IH professionals in Michigan.

As the largest Michigan Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, we deal with issues on a national, regional, state and local level.

We invite you to join our organization to further the cause of a safer industrial environment.

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MIHS Purpose

  • Protect Worker Health by Promoting the Art and Science of Industrial Hygiene
  • Advance the Knowledge, Skills and Character of Professional Industrial Hygienists
  • Link People Interested in the Various Aspects of Occupational & Environmental Health
  • Secure the Common Interest of the Industrial Hygiene Profession.

Member Benefits >

Member Benefits : If you are interested in a full list of benefits, click here

  • Develop your Existing Business Relationships Beyond Exchanging Business Cards
  • Connect with Others Who Share Your Professional Interests and Business Concerns.
  • Sharpen your skills with professional development opportunities
  • Receive Certification Maintenance Points
  • Full Access to MIHS Website : Job Postings, Membership Directory, Quarterly Newsletter,

mihs-tri-fold-brochure-2016-coverMIHS e-Brochure

Everything you need to know about the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society.

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Special Thanks to our Supporting Organizational Members:

DTE Energy 
Maxxam Analytics-Bureau Veritas
MSA- The Safety Company 
Premier Safety
SKC Inc.
Grubb Industrial Hygiene Services LLC

AIHA Memorandum of Understanding

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