AIHce Indianapolis



AIHce is the single largest gathering of occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) professionals of its kind, bringing experts from around the world and leaders of the profession together, in one location, to spark ideas and initiatives that will ultimately shape the future of the profession. It truly is a phenomenal experience. Such a gathering comes once a year and is the opportunity to network, learn from experts and colleagues, implement new skills and advance your OEHS career.

Deepen your knowledge, explore new topics and expand your expertise. Choose from the largest selection of bi-level-reviewed three, two, one and half-day professional development courses (PDCs), and peer-reviewed technical sessions (PO, RT, CR, SS) and posters (PS) throughout the week.

AIHA® registry preparation course (for technician level: first responders, fire fighters, environmental field and confined space workers): 4-Gas Monitor/PID Field Use


PDC — Professional Development Course
Class designed to provide expert knowledge, practical tools, and essential skills that can be applied immediately

Technical Sessions

CR — EHS Crossover Program
Practical information on safety and environmental topics

PO — Podium Session
20-minute presentations on scientific research, case studies, or professional practice, with a focus on a particular topic. Abstracts are categorized as follows:

Case Study/Professional Practice — focuses on a problem-solving approach involving knowledge of real-world situations that were investigated or tested.

Scientific Research — presents new knowledge and understanding of the basic mechanisms of physical, chemical, or biological agents.

PS — Poster Session
Graphic illustration of scientific research, case studies, or professional practice

RT — Roundtable
Sessions offering various viewpoints that present balanced perspectives, comparisons and or controversies on timely topics

SS — Science Symposium
Roundtable offering a high level of scientific content

The viewpoints, opinions, and conclusions expressed in the presentations, sessions, and discussions at AIHce have not necessarily been approved or endorsed by AIHA or ACGIH® and do not necessarily reflect those of AIHA or ACGIH®.