While learning is important at AIHce EXP, part of your experience should include these great special events!
First time attending AIHce EXP? You’ll definitely want to participate in the First Timers' Orientation Webinar and Meet and Greet.
The Personal AIHce EXP Liaison Program links new professional attendees and students with seasoned AIHce EXP attendees to provide a better overall conference experience.
The American Industrial Hygiene Foundation (AIHF) presents the 33rd Annual Fun Run/Walk. Have fun, get some exercise, and support the Foundation. Not an early riser? You can still contribute!
These great off-site tours of various industries around Minneapolis are popular add-ons for attendees. We're in the process of finalizing some great options this year, so watch the Digest for more information. (Tech Tours require an additional registration fee.)
This year’s Building Careers for Life Development Fair features sessions designed to provide opportunities for employers and OEHS professionals to mingle and make important contacts in their career field.
This all-day program will explore essential leadership skills, uncover your leadership potential, and aid in transitioning from a technical professional to management. You'll also gain a practical understanding of management issues, empowerment, ethics, and more – all in the context of today's evolving workplace environment.
These short sessions are tailored to enhance your knowledge across a variety of subjects, including health and fitness, outreach, government relations topics, and specific AIHA offerings.
Academic Education Track
The newly created academic education track at AIHce was developed for IH/OH students and young professionals to help enhance their career goals.
Back by popular demand, these 25-minute presentations, located in the Expo Hall, can be physical demonstrations of equipment, instrumentation, technology, research development, or other materials.
Head Shot Cafe
Stop by the AIHA Booth 1735 on Tuesday to get a free head shot! Update your LinkedIn profile or your professional bio online. Appointments are first-come, first-served and require a minimum $20 donation to the AIH Foundation.
Grain Bin and Trench Rescue Demonstrations
Live rescue demonstrations will be conducted multiple times daily by South Central College.
New Product Pavilion
This new space is wholly dedicated to showcasing exhibitors' newly-released products and services and is available for all attendees during Exhibit Hall hours.