About Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society
The Michigan Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association's goal is to promote the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental stresses in relation to the health or well-being of workers and the public; to increase the knowledge and awareness of occupational and environmental health through interchange and dissemination of information; to bring persons interested in the various phases of occupational and environmental health together; to correlate such activities as are conducted by individuals and agencies throughout industrial, educational and governmental groups; and to promote the profession through cooperation and support of governmental groups, industrial, educational and other professional bodies.
Founded in 1938, the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society is composed of approximately 225 highly trained professionals who service the communities' environmental and occupational health needs. Most members are industrial hygienists employed by large corporations, universities, regulatory agencies, private consulting firms, and within companies that service, sell, and distribute occupational health/safety products.
We invite you to join our organization to further the cause of a safer industrial environment.