6: 30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. Attendees will have other occasions to network
with colleagues, presenters, industry experts and AIHA staff during
expo hours, lunch discussions, and countless local section and volunteer group meetings and events. The 26th annual AIHF Fun Run/Walk
on Tuesday at 6: 30 a.m. also provides attendees with the opportunity
to interact with associates and friends.
New additions. Programming tracks in H1N1 Flu Planning and Response,
Green Practices and special interactive learning sessions have been added
to this year’s AIHce roster. Among these interactive programs are “Soap Box Talks” to
be held in the Expo Theater. These sessions
allow attendees to express their opinions
on OEHS issues. Presenters will be given
five minutes to share their thoughts on an
issue and five minutes for discussion with
the audience. The focus should be related to
the industrial hygiene profession. Submit
your ideas for a Soap Box Talk in 50 words
or less to AIHce2010soapbox@aiha.org.
Also new to the exposition hall is the
Colorado Safety Association-sponsored
Product Demo Theater, where exhibitors
can demonstrate their products and services.
The expo will also showcase the AIHA Social Concerns Committee-sponsored photo display “Holding Mother Earth Sacred,” a collaboration between Earl Dotter, Cindy Becnel and four tribal communities,
which illustrates the communities’ contributions to energy resource
development, job creation and worker safety.
With its new, innovative programming and top-notch speakers, along
with the bold backdrop of Denver, AIHce 2010 is sure to be a valuable
resource for OEHS and IH professionals. By providing relevant information on industry trends and future possibilities, this year’s conference and expo will help attendees conquer new frontiers.
Brooke Morris is assistant editor of The Synergist. She can be rached at (703) 846-0737
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Virtual expo. Maximize your time by planning
which exhibits you wish to visit before you hit the
expo hall floor. The virtual expo provides a comprehensive list of exhibitors, their booth numbers,
and booth locations. Visit www.aihce2010.org/
aihce10/expo2010/ default.htm and click on the
“Visit the Virtual Expo” tab to set your schedule
for booth visits.
Attendee locator. The new Attendee Locator tool
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