The ABIH/IPEP Offices will be closed starting at 11:30 AM EST on Friday, December 14th. We will reopen Monday at 8 AM as usual.
IPEP/ABIH Holiday Hours
The IPEP/ABIH offices will be closed Monday, December 24 through January 1. We will reopen Wednesday, January 2, 2019, at 8 AM.
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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:
6005 West St. Joseph Highway
Lansing, MI 48917
For questions about applications, dues, or exams, please contact Liz Root at 517-853-5766 or firstname.lastname@example.org. And you can always find us online at www.ipep.org and www.abih.org!
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 (QEP)/Environmental Professional In-Training (EPI) and the Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), to a wider audience of professionals.
Independent governance of each organization and credential will remain intact, although the organizations will be sharing operations and management services, allowing a greater portion of existing operational resources to be allocated to innovation and outreach. IPEP operations will move from Pittsburgh, PA, to ABIH headquarters in Lansing, MI.
Many environmental professionals are responsible for issues of worker health and safety on the job, and many industrial hygienists must account for the environmental impact of processes inside and outside of facilities in order to provide informed and proper care for workers. The leadership of both organizations recognized the synergies in their respective practice fields and has resolved to bring that spirit to the operations and outreach of both organizations moving forward, resulting in improved public recognition of credentialed-practitioners and better public protection.
The Institute of Professional Environmental Practice
American Board of Industrial Hygiene