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Searching for a consultant is easy with AIHA. Consultants can be found by state and specialty. The following will help you understand the search results.
 
All listed individuals are AIHA members. The code numbers after the company name identify their specialties. Each company also indicates if they do consulting for residential (R), commercial (C), or both (B).
 
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Company Name Specialty
State Country
The following lettered codes indicates the type of membership:
 
(F) Full - Anyone who is a graduate of an accredited institution of higher education who holds a baccalaureate degree in industrial hygiene, chemistry, physics, engineering, biology, or other discipline approved by written Board policy, who has been engaged a majority of time for at least three years in industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety activities.
 
(A) Associate - Anyone who is a graduate of an accredited institution of higher learning who holds an associate degree in industrial hygiene, chemistry, physics, engineering, biology, or other discipline approved by written Board policy, who is currently engaged a majority of the time in industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety activities.
 
(L) Affiliate - Anyone who is employed in an allied profession or who has an interest in or supports the industrial hygiene profession or other related professions.
 
(Y) Young Professional - Anyone who is employed in industrial hygiene or the occupational and environmental health and safety profession and are 30 years of age or under.
 
(I) International Affiliate - Anyone who resides in, and is a citizen of, a country classified by the World Bank as a low-income economy, lower-middle-income economy or upper-middle-income economy, and who is practicing occupational and environmental health and safety.
 
(S) Student - Anyone who is a full-time student at the college undergraduate or graduate level or an undergraduate or graduate student taking at least one-half the credit hours required for full-time.
 
(O) Organizational - Open to organizations having an interest in the industrial hygiene profession.
 
The type of work they consider is indicated after the company name: (R) Residential; (C) Commercial; or (B) Both
 
For acronym explanations and specialty descriptions, click here.
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