MAY 14–19, 2011
AIHce20 I I
Cosponsored by AIHA® and ACGIH®
The Premier Conference and Exposition for OEHS Professionals
Monday, May 16
8:00–9: 30 a.m.
Opening General Session
Failure Is Not an Option
NASA Flight Control Director and
Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient
10:30–11: 30 a.m.
CR 301 Changing a Safety Culture: How Leadership and
CR 302 Conflict Management and Resolution for Safety Professionals
10: 30 a.m.–12: 30 p.m.
Emerging Issues Forum
PO 101 Asbestos Exposure Assessment Strategies
PO 102 Ergonomics: Shoulders, Back and Lower Extremities
PO 103 Exposure Modeling Strategies
PO 104 Noise Protection, Training, Measurement and Reduction
PO 105 Laboratory Health and Safety
RT 201 Case Studies on Nonionizing Radiation
RT 202 Essential Hazardous Materials and Emergency
Response Resources and Tools for the IH
RT 203 Managing Moisture on Construction Sites
RT 204 Taking the Mystery Out of Mentoring: Practical Tools
to Make a Real Difference
RT 205 U.S. Chemical and Occupational Health Regulation and Policy
for Engineered Nanomaterials
10: 30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
RT 206 AIHA® Value Strategy Session on Case Studies
11: 30 a.m.–12: 30 p.m.
CR 303 Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment—Including OSHA Combustible
Dust National Emphasis Program
12: 30–2:00 p.m.
Unsolved IH Mysteries Workshop
Jeffrey S. Lee Lecture
CR 304 Using ISO Life Cycle Assessment Standards
CR 305 Consumer Product Toxicology
CR = Crossover
PO = Podium
RT = Roundtable
SS = Science Symposium
WD = Wood Dust
2:00–4: 20 p.m.
PO 106 Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology I: Allergens, Fungi,
and IEQ—What's New?
2:00–4: 30 p.m.
RT 207 Defining and Evaluating Data Quality
PO 107 Engineering and Control Technology
PO 108 General Topics in Occupational Safety
PO 109 Risk Assessment Case Studies
PO 110 Management and Training Issues: Communication
RT 208 Building a Green Laboratory in the 21st Century
RT 209 Environmental Noise: 35 Years and Counting—Implications for
RT 210 Living with Differences: Addressing Standards for Respirator
SS 001 Science Symposium: Inhalable Particles—The State of the Science
on a Big Particle Problem
RT 211 Glen Williamson Forum: OSHA's Most Interesting Health Cases,
Tuesday, May 17
RT 212 Nanotechnology: Advances in Medical Surveillance and
RT 213 Occupational Exposure Limits: Global and Domestic Perspectives
from Across the Field
RT 214 OSHA's Injury and Illness Prevention Program Rulemaking
3:30–4: 30 p.m.
CR 306 Emergency Management and EHS: We've Come a Long Way
in Ten Years
CR 307 Overview of Recent Substantive Federal Environmental, Health,
and Safety Rulemaking
Green Chemistry: A Strategic Opportunity
for Industrial Hygiene
Michael P. Wilson, PhD, MPH
Associate Director for Integrative Sciences,
Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry