Not-for-Profit Organisations Collaborate

The Occupational Hygiene Training Association is now working with Workplace Health Without Borders, a new not-for-profit organisation, to find ways to bring occupational hygiene training

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Australia – Honeywell Analytics Australia Award

The Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) and its partners Thermo Fisher Scientific and Honeywell Analytics Australia have announced an exciting new award for Associate

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BOHS Bursaries for Modules Scheme

The BOHS Bursaries for Modules [BfM] Scheme is aimed at encouraging those already working in the field of occupational health and safety to take their

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First Candidates Achieve Six OHTA Modules

  BOHS has just announced the first two candidates to achieve the six Occupational Hygiene Modules necessary to progress to the International Certificate under the

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IOHA President presents OHTA mission to ICOH Conference

The 30th Congress of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) was held in Cancun Mexico, from 18-23 March 2012. The Congress was a great

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Hygienist Donates $2500 to OHTA from Auction of 3M Apron at AIOH

OHlearning was the beneficiary of great generosity during the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) Annual Conference, held in Adelaide, South Australia from the 1st

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New WHWB Video Available

The voluntary association Workplace Health Without Borders aims to advance occupational hygiene and disease prevention around the world. Their new video shows members describing some

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OHTA Appointments

OHTA is delighted to announce a number of key appointments and the formation of a new Editorial Board. The Editorial Board will be led by

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Farewell to a Great Supporter of OHTA

It is with deep regret that we say farewell to Mrs Sue Davies who passed away earlier this month (Sept 2014). Sue was the well

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