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2015 AIHA-ASSE FALL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

September 16-17, 2015

Arvada Center

6901 Wadsworth Blvd • Arvada, Colorado  80003-9985

 

 

A Professional Development Course (PDC) will be offered on Machine Guarding in conjunction with the 2015 FTC

September 18, 2015

There will be a reduced price for registering for the PDC for those who also register for the Fall Technical Conference!

More Information on Time and Location to Follow

 

 

 

Thank You AIHA- RMS Members.... WE WON!!!

Thanks to all of you who registered for AIHce in Salt Lake City and put down our Local Section number!!  On April 2 AIHce announced that we were the winning section.  Don, tell them what they have won......

What we won!

The Local Section who gets the most number of people to register for AIHce 2015 will win a FREE eLearning Subscription in 2016. Valued at over $2000, AIHA's eLearning Subscription provides guaranteed, automatic registration for at least 10 webinars and Virtual Fall Conference, as well as waived processing fees for individuals seeking certification maintenance credits.

Members who attend AIHce 2015 from the winning Local Section will also be recognized in Salt Lake City with a badge ribbon!

Thanks again and we look forward to seeing everyone in SLC!!!  Look for the fancy badge ribbons to identify our winning section!

 

 

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Check out the latest Spring edition of The Exposure!  Learn how you can get active within AIHA -RMS and much more.  Click Here to read the latest. 

 

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Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF)- Judges and Volunteers Needed!

 Preparations are underway for the 60th annual Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF), April 9-11, 2015, at the Lory Student Center on the Colorado State University campus.  The Colorado Science and Engineering Fair is run almost entirely by volunteers, from the Board of Directors Members who help guide policy of the event and organization to the judges who evaluate the students' research. The only way this event happens is through the wonderful people who volunteer their time to put it together. This year, more judges and more volunteers are needed because there are more students than expected with excellent projects entered into the State science fair.

New in 2015, AIHA-RMS is participating in the Special Awards Program, which is a voluntary program sponsored entirely by the participating organizations. Each organization assembles its own panel of judges, uses its own criteria to select award winners, and then presents the award at the Awards Ceremony. AIHA-RMS will be awarding a prize of $100 to the project that its judges feel best promotes the mission and values of AIHA.

AIHA-RMS needs approximately 5 volunteers to participate in the AIHA-RMS Special Awards Judge Panel. This panel will decide which project will receive the award from AIHA-RMS. Judging for the Special Awards will be held from12:15 to 5 pm on Thursday, April 9th in the North Ballroom of the Lory Student CenterWe will also need a volunteer (or two) to present the AIHA-RMS award to the winner at the Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 10th at 6:00 pm at theTimberline Church in Ft. Collins.  If you are interested in participating on the AIHA-RMS Special Awards Judge Panel and/or as an Awards Ceremony Presenter, please email the AIHA-RMS Outreach Coordinator, Sarah Kaiman at outreach@aiha-rms.org.

Volunteers are also needed for Grand Award Judges, as well as many other CSEF activities (i.e., setting up rooms, safety inspections of displays, photography, registration, arrangement of student activities, and arrangement of tours of the university and local research facilities).  If you have availability, please consider donating some of your time to the CSEF. Information about the science fair and links to register as volunteer can be found on the science fair website at http://www.csef.colostate.edu/#