Earn 2.5 CM Credit hours / .5 COCs/CEUs / 2.5 Contact hours
Do not forget to also register for the OEHS Appreciation Mixer following this training at 6:30pm!
Attending this group webinar will satisfy your ABIH Ethics training requirements upon successful completion on the exam and evaluation (see below).
This training will be offered at an 70% ($100) discounted rate for early registrants, and a 63% ($120) discounted rate for late registrants (i.e. not including free refreshments) when compared to the current single member registration through AIHA national ($325). No refunds are available after registration.
Individuals seeking continuing education credits must complete a final exam, an evaluation, and submit an additional $35 fee for processing to AIHA. Information regarding this process will be distributed at the event.
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Webinar Presented By:
Alan J. Leibowitz, CIH, CSP
David C. Roskelley, MSPH, CIH, CSP
J. Barbi, CIH
Jeff V. Throckmorton, CIH
Lynn O’Donnell, CIH
Who Will Benefit:
All Industrial Hygiene and Safety Practitioners; CIHs seeking to fulfill ABIH Ethics Requirements and individuals preparing to sit for the CIH Exam.
Ever increasing competitive pressure and the growing technical complexity within our profession conspire to blur the lines of right versus wrong and pose substantial challenge to the practitioner, dedicated to doing the right thing. The consequence of unethical behavior and decision making pose great reputational risk to the individual and to the organizations we represent. The recent array of scandal and wrongdoing in the financial sector and elsewhere has resulted in outrage and the erosion of public trust. This too raises our collective stake in fostering ethical behavior in our practitioners.
Through this presentation the practitioner will gain an understanding of Ethical Behavior and the factors that influence it. We will zero in on the meaning of doing what is right through discourse around real dilemmas that confront industrial hygienists routinely. On the more mechanical side, we will review recent changes in the ABIH Code of Ethics and consider tools and methodologies to resolve Ethical Dilemmas.
Attendees will be better able to:
*Gain an appreciation of the relevance and critical nature of Ethical Behavior in today’s world.
*Identify Ethical Dilemmas and why they are difficult.
*Analyze scenarios to understand ethical challenges and use tools and methodologies to make ethical choices.