Regulatory Roundup: AIHA Online Certificate Programs, CSB Policy Update and More


Regulatory Roundup is a weekly compilation of employee wellness and safety news. You can read the full article by clicking the titles below.

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) 


AIHA launches online certificate programsHands of business person working on computer

AIHA announced two new professional assessment-based certificate programs that will be added to their e-Learning resources. Users must complete the online course and pass an online assessment in order to receive a certificate. The courses cover occupational exposure assessments and instrument readings for the detection of gases and vapors.

The Chemical Safety Board (CSB)

CSB under fire for removing names of deceased

The CSB recently reversed its policy to list the names of workers killed in incidents it reports on, resulting in backlash from safety advocates. More than fifty safety organizations and individuals wrote a letter to the CSB explaining why including the names is the only way to convey what’s at stake in workplace incidents. Advocates plan to address the issue at the next public CSB meeting on June 25.

Studies, resources, trends, news 


Tips for driving in the rainDriving in rainy season

In 2017, rain caused 44,571 car crashes in Texas. The Texas Department of Insurance provides five tips for driving safely in the rain including preparing for the trip, reducing your speed and avoiding skidding.

FAQ provides tips for working with metalworking fluids

Metalworking fluids provide safety and health hazards in many machine shop activities. A free FAQ document provides information on handling metalworking fluid mists.

Courtesy of Work Safe, Texas


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