The AHMP is forming a group to focus on the needs of the next generation of EHS professionals. Nearly a quarter of our membership across the US is professionals in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s, and our organization is seeking to better represent the next generation in the fields of hazardous materials transportation, safety, security, environmental responsibility, and sustainability.
We are seeking to form a series of forums, discussion groups, and other activities focusing
Welcome to the AHMP Cyber Chapter
We are back with a new group of officers dedicated to "Connecting Hazardous Materials Professionals Worldwide".
With new lower dues of $35 annually, we think everyone will want to be a member of the Cyber Chapter!
You don’t have to be a CHMM to be part of the chapter!
in partnership with AHMP
OSHA Regulations, Guidance, and Employer Support Programs to Further Safety and Health in Laboratories
in partnership with the Chesapeake Area Biological Safety Association (ChABSA)
Dr. Thomas A. Nerad has been employed at OSHA for over 11 years and is the current Director, Office of Biological Hazards, OSHA, Directorate of Standards and Guidance. In the last six years, Dr. Nerad has been the lead on a project to develop a standard to protect workers from occupational exposure to infectious diseases when they are engaged in:
The provision of healthcare services;
The provision of healthcare support services;
Handling of contaminated materials;
Handling of human remains; and
Biomedical laboratory operations.
As the team leader for this project, he was responsible for coordinating and overseeing the activities of a large and diverse team of individuals from different offices within the Directorate of Standards and Guidance. While at OSHA, he also developed the Laboratory Safety Guidance booklet and numerous other guidance documents.
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