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Awards

Each year, ACGIH® honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the profession through their leadership and dedication. These prestigious awards are presented at the annual AIHce, and past winners comprise a virtual "who's who" in ACGIH® and industrial hygiene overall.

Herbert E. Stokinger Award

Initiated in 1977, the Herbert E. Stokinger Award recognizes outstanding achievement in industrial toxicology. The award's namesake served as Chairman of the Chemical Substances Threshold Limit Values Committee from 1961-1975.

The Stokinger Lecture, presented by the awardee, is an annual highlight of the AIHce. Click here to see list of recipients.

Meritorious Achievement Award

The Meritorious Achievement Award recognizes members of ACGIH® who have made an outstanding, long-term contribution to the progress of occupational and environmental hygiene. First presented in 1957, it is the organization's oldest award. It has been given to individuals for singular achievement and to groups for collective accomplishment. Click here to see list of recipients.

William Steiger Memorial Award

The William Steiger Memorial Award honors individuals from the social/political sphere whose efforts have contributed to advancements in occupational health and safety. Initiated in 1979, this award is not limited to occupational safety and health professionals. Click here to see list of recipients.

John J. Bloomfield Award

The John J. Bloomfield Award was established in 1978 and is presented annually to an up-and-coming industrial hygienist who has made significant contributions to the profession by pursuing occupational health hazards, primarily through fieldwork. The recipient must have at least three but less than ten years of experience in occupational health and must spend a minimum of 50 percent of his/her time conducting industrial hygiene studies and documenting the data involved.

The Bloomfield Award recipient is invited to Board of Directors' meetings as a special guest for one year, followed by one year with a major committee of their choice. Click here to see list of recipients.

William D. Wagner Award

The William D. Wagner Award was established in 2003 and is presented annually to honor a person in the field of national and international worker health and safety who has followed Mr. Wagner's outstanding example of commitment and dedication to the creation and dissemination of occupational exposure values (OEVs).

The Award recipient will be chosen each year by one of the ACGIH® OEV Committees on a rotating basis.

The OEV Committees will make nominations and the awardee will be selected at least six months prior to the applicable Committee's fall meeting. The Award will be presented at the Committee's fall meeting. The Awardee will be invited to speak to the OEV Committee and guests on some aspect of international worker health and safety. Click here to see list of recipients.


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