Introducing our Guest Bloggers AIHce 2014

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The American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce) kicks off in a few days, and sadly I am not going. It is a massive conference for occupational and environmental health and safety professionals and this year it’s being held in San Antonio, Texas.

I am suffering from severe FOMO (fear of missing out), but although I may not be able to go, I happen to know three awesomely fantastic occupational hygienists that are!  They have graciously offered to share some of the highlights of this fantastic conference and put pen to paper so we can all learn about the latest & greatest information.

Our first guest blogger is Alex Wilson, who is attending the AIHce via winning the 3M Young Hygienist of the Year award at the BOHS Conference. Alex is based in the UK and works in the Steel industry. He has been lucky enough to attend the AIHce previously as part of attending the AIHA Future Leaders Institute, and has put his hand up to cover some of the social aspects of the conference…it’s going to be hard I can tell!

Wilson

Holly Fletcher, and Brooke Best are teaming up to cover the Australian view of the world. Brooke is a HOTTIE and Holly is a casual HOTTIE, based in Sydney. Brooke’s background is in mining, and Holly is one of those hygienists who is into everything from mining, industry, and now, coal seam gas, so they’re sure to come up with some interesting reads!

Fletcher Best

All three guest bloggers are also going to present at the AIHce Ignite session which is sure to be fantastic…and I can’t wait to see them on YouTube! So for the next few weeks, please welcome your guest bloggers Alex Wilson, Holly Fletcher, and Brooke Best.

2 thoughts on “Introducing our Guest Bloggers AIHce 2014

    Kerrie Burton said:
    May 28, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    awesome guests – I look forward to their stories. and thanks for the colour run update to Kate, very interesting..

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