This month Utah is playing host to The American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce / www.aihce2015.org). Our USA-based office, Ion Science Inc, is currently gearing up for the show taking place in Salt Lake City from 30 May to 4 June 2015. The team will be at stand number 1123 where they will be exhibiting a wide range of our high-performance gas detection instrumentation.
Ion Science Inc will be using this prestigious event to launch the Titan continuous benzene-specific monitor to the US market for the first time. The only system of its kind in the world, the revolutionary Titan is specially designed for the accurate and reliable detection of ambient benzene in petrochemical applications.
Our American colleagues will also be highlighting our well-proven Tiger hand held volatile organic compound (VOC) detector; Cub personal Photoionisation Detector (PID); Tiger Select benzene and total aromatic compound (TAC) detector; Mercury Vapour Indicator (MVI); GasCheck gas leak detector and Corvus wireless VOC monitor for continuous indoor air quality monitoring.
AIHce offers the information and strategies needed to protect worker health.
The conference is designed to enhance knowledge of important topics and build strong relationships with other occupational and environmental health and safety professionals. A variety of course, session, posters, lectures, workshops and luncheon discussions address professional development, scientific issues, management treans, industry innovations and much more.
Top reasons to attend AIHce:
- Highly rated education on topics important to the OEHS professional
- Numerous networking opportunities to build and retain professional relationships
- A quality Expo featuring hundreds of companies displaying the latest and greatest products
- Six days of idea generation that you can share within your organisation to address challenges, work more effectively, drive revenue and improve your bottom line
- Earn your certification maintenance hours for the year at one conference
Download the full article for more information: PR-37 Ion Science AIHCE preview May 2015