Checkout Our Latest Newsletter! In this edition, you’ll find information about how to apply to become an ABIH board member, how to nominate someone for the ABIH Impact and Lifetime Achievement Award Nominations, and tips for filling out references for CIH … Read more »
Making a World of Difference through OHTA Globally, 2,000,000 lives are lost each year to occupational illness and 35,000,000 new cases of work-related illness are reported due to chemical hazards alone! Preventable, work-related illness and death are increasing in developing … Read more »
Reminder – Please make sure you’ve got our updated address information In July 2017, the IPEP office moved to the address below. Please make sure you have our updated information on file: IPEP 6005 West St. Joseph Highway Suite 300 Lansing, MI … Read more »
Check out our YouTube video! It explains our credentials and the role of environmental professionals in keeping all of us happier and healthier – Please watch and share!
IPEP/ABIH Joint Announcement January 25, 2016 The governing bodies of The Institute of Professional Environmental Practice® (IPEP®) and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene® (ABIH®) announce a new collaboration in 2016 to bring their respected credentials, the Qualified Environmental Professional … Read more »
NAEM’s EHS Career Profiles & Skills for Success report is now available. Visit naem.org to download the full report or a copy of the free Executive Summary. Visit our Events Calendar for upcoming webinars from NAEM and more events from all of … Read more »
WEF and other leading national water and wastewater associations have issued a joint statement concerning the Flint water crisis. Visit http://www.wef.org/flint-water-contamination/ to view the full statement.
Oil & Gas Environmental Compliance Conference – Appalachian Basin The Oil & Gas Environmental Compliance Conference- Appalachian Basin, organized by the AWMA is to be held in Pittsburgh, PA on May 13-14, 2014. The two-day conference will address multi-media topics … Read more »
Researchers “Drilling for Data” Present Findings at Shale Gas Symposium Researchers “Drilling for Data” present findings about the environmental and social effects of a booming gas industry at a shale gas symposium at Duquesne University recently. Read more here!
Product Environmental Performance Standards & Ecolabels for Federal Procurement “As the largest purchaser in the world, the U.S. government is working to reduce its environmental footprint” – In order to do this, EPA is seeking comments on its proposed Draft Guidelines … Read more »