AIHA does not track instruction and presentation points for authors, instructors, or speakers. Full attendance and participation is required to earn credit; partial credit is not awarded. Questions regarding certification may be directed to AIHA’s Education Team at eduassistant@aiha.org.

AIHA maintains attendance records for seven years. Individuals are responsible for retaining all documentation for future reference and/or certification audits. AIHA charges a $50 replacement fee for all documentation (prior to 2010) verifying attendance. Read more about replacing lost documentation.

ABIH CM credit can be given for attendance to Stewardship 2016 sessions as well.

PDC Completion and AIHce Proof of Attendance

  • Educational transcripts will be available after July 29, 2016.
  • Member and nonmember educational transcripts will have both certification information and contact hours for preconference courses (PDCs) and AIHce 2016 attendance uploaded.
  • Access your transcript online at aiha.org/edutranscript.

Access Your Continuing Education Records Online 24/7

Online AIHA educational transcripts allow you to:

  • Review and track educational credits (CM, COC, CEU, etc.)
  • Print a complete history as often as you like


AIHA educational events are designed to provide CM credit for CIH certification maintenance and candidate training.


PDCs that align with the IH Coursework Requirement can be claimed for credit.


  • PDCs – CM credit is based on contact hours (assigned by AIHA) and topic (aligned to one or more CM areas of IH, Safety, or IH Ethics).
  • AIHce – Eligible for up to 36 hours of CM credit.
    • Hours are based on individual participation time in Technical Sessions (e.g., keynotes, presentations, lectures, roundtables, technical tours)
    • CM credit can be claimed solely in the IH CM area or may be further segregated (i.e., IH, Safety, or IH Ethics) based on sessions attended.
    • Instructors, presenters, authors, and session arrangers receive CM points based on their role. (See ABIH categories 5 and 7)

Proof of Participation

  • PDC – AIHA Educational Transcript
  • AIHce – Transcript or registration record and evidence of physical presence in the city on the days claimed
  • Stewardship – Transcript or registration record and evidence of physical presence in the city on the days claimed
  • Instructors, presenters, authors, and session arrangers – advance or final program indicating name(s)

For questions or guidance, visit www.abih.org, contact ABIH at abih@abih.org or (517) 321-2638, or visit ABIH booth #6070 when on-site.


BCSP recognizes CEUs and Contact Hours awarded for Education. Please refer to the BCSP website for details. For points/hours, see individual PDC descriptions.


AIHA is approved by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) to award CEUs to participants who successfully complete courses. In obtaining this approval, AIHA has demonstrated that it complies with the American National Standards Institute ANSI/IACET 1-2007 standard, an internationally recognized set of standards for good practice.

As a result of its authorized provider membership status, AIHA is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET 1-2007 standard. For point values, see individual PDC descriptions.


BCRSP has awarded AIHce 2.0 CMPs. PDCs have also been approved. Please see individual descriptions for point values.

Please note that CMPs are awarded on a calendar basis only. CMPs are accrued by Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSPs) who are certified by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals


Pending Approval – The Registration Maintenance (RM) Committee of the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists (CRBOH) will award:

  • RM point per conference day
  • RM point for each full-day PDC
  • 5 RM point per half-day PDC

Registrants claiming RM points must provide proof of attendance.