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

MIHS Mini Conference
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
811 W. Square Lake Rd., Troy, MI 48098

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Click here to see the 2019 MIHS Mini Conference Agenda 
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MIHS Newsletter May/June 2019 : click here to read

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Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Review
Co-Sponsored between University of Michigan and the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society
September 23-27, 2019 · Ann Arbor, MI
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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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AIHA Memorandum of Understanding

 Click here to read the Memorandum of Understanding with AIHA and the AIHA Local Sections.

AIHA website: www.aiha.org