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IOHA’s (International Occupational Hygiene Association) Collaboration Award Nominations are now Being Accepted

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April 4th 2018

One of the cornerstones of IOHA’s mission is collaboration. IOHA recognizes the need for sharing ideas, communicating achievements, and celebrating successes within the international community of occupational hygienists. Behind every successful project is a solid and secure partnership that will consistently deliver excellence, offering models that inspire others around the world.

Because we hold collaboration as a core tenant, we want to acknowledge it in the spotlight. The Collaboration Award celebrates an IH/OH organization that has shared ideas and technologies in collaboration with other countries or organizations to improve the overall caliber of occupational hygiene worldwide. We are proud to announce that nominations for this award are now being accepted through May 13, 2018.

Nominated projects should raise awareness for others about the effectiveness of collaboration as a strategy for improved outcomes, increasing efficiency, and maximizing impact.

The winner of the Collaboration Award will receive an honorarium covering their travel costs, lodging, and registration to IOHA 2018 in Washington, DC, USA, as well as the chance to present their project at the conference. The winner will also be interviewed for Global Exposure Manager, the premiere newsletter of IOHA.

For more information, visit the Collaboration Award page and submit your nomination materials to admin@ioha.net before May 13, 2018.
https://www.aiha.org/events/IOHA2018/Proposals/Pages/Collaboration-Award.aspx

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