Listed below are links for past YPSW-AIHA Newsletters.
Here are the newsletters and other information from 2021:
Here are the newsletters and other information from 2020:
Here are the newsletters and other information from 2019:
Here are the newsletters and other information from 2018:
Here is the Spring 2017 Newsletter. This newsletter summarizes the proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting held on January 18-20, 2017, and includes other news about our new Officers, 2017 Dues payment info, Membership Changes and other miscellaneous information.
Here is the July 2016 Newsletter. This newsletter gives some preliminary information on the 2017 meeting. The new Membership Directory will be sent to members in the mail. The October 2016 Newsletter includes final program and lodging information about the upcoming 2017 Annual Meeting.
Here is the Spring 2016 Newsletter. A summary of the 41st Annual Meeting technical program is posted here. The Business Meeting Minutes are posted here. The theme of the 2016 meeting was Emerging Trends in Occupational Safety and Health. The Proceedings of the 41st YPSW Annual Meeting including copies of the presentations are available here.
Here is the Spring 2015 Newsletter. A summary of the 40th Annual Meeting technical program is posted here. The Business Meeting Minutes. The theme of the 2015 meeting was Tools, Technology and Big Data. The Proceedings of the 40th YPSW Annual Meeting including copies of the presentations are available here.
The Fall 2014 Newsletter, sent on September 1, 2014, provides information about the planned 2015 Annual Meeeting. The meeting will be held Wednesday, January 21 through Friday, January 23, 2015 (i.e., the week of the Martin Luther King holiday). The conference theme is Tools, Technology and Big Data.
Here is the Spring 2014 Newsletter including the Minutes from the 2014 39th Annual Meeting. The summary of the Technical Program is also posted here. We received a variety of messages of regrets which are listed here. The theme of the 2014 meeting was Healthy work environments through engineering. The Proceedings of the program can be found at Proceedings of the 39th Annual YPSW Meeting
2013 Meeting Notes from 38th Annual Meeting: This link includes the 2013 newsletter with a summary of the meeting. See also messages of regrets. The theme of the meeting was In the IH Toolbox - Risk Assessment. The Proceedings of the program can be found at Proceedings of the 38th Annual YPSW Meeting
2012 Meeting Notes from 37th Annual Meeting: This years conference theme “New Frontiers in Industrial Hygiene.” The technical segment of the program was Industrial Hygiene Practice – Fourth Wave: Ambient Exposures to Asbestos and Elongated Mineral Particles (EMPs).
2011 Meeting Notes from 36th Annual Meeting: The conference theme was Industrial Hygiene – Two Decades Into the 21st Century.
2010 Meeting Notes from 35th Annual Meeting: The Conference Theme centered on “The Past, Present and Future” and was part of the welcome by Bob to the attendees. The conference was broken into several themes: Science and the Court Room; Industrial Hygiene Study Cohorts; Nanotechnology; Health and Safety Abroad; and a Report Out of Associations.
2009 Meeting Notes from 34th Annual Meeting: This link includes links to the meeting agenda, presentations, handouts, newsletter, and an article by Cass Sunstein titled "Is OSHA Unconstitutional?"
2008 Meeting Notes from 33rd Annual Meeting: This link includes links to the meeting agenda, presentations, handouts, newsletter, and an articles of interest contributed by Jas Singh.
2007 Meeting Notes from 32nd Annual MeetingThis link includes the newsletter with links to the presentations. The Conference theme this year was A Professional Crisis: Is There a Need to Reinvent Industrial Hygiene?
2006 Meeting Notes from 31st Annual Meeting: This link is a Microsoft Word document. The Conference theme this year was, Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs): Are they effective and is there a better way?2005 Meeting Notes from 30th Annual Meeting: This link is a Microsoft Word document. The Conference theme was: Who Says We're a Profession.
2004 Meeting Notes from 29th Annual Meeting: Links to presentations included.