Upcoming Events

Continue reading for updates on conferences and other information useful to anyone in the occupational health field. ABOHN does not recommend nor refer individuals to any class or activity listed. This listing is intended as a service to our certification holders and those who wish to pursue ABOHN certification. If you have an event that would be beneficial to our credential holders and you would like us to list it on our website, please email the information to info@abohn.org.


Links to Conference Event Information Location
  Free Webinar - COVID 19 Ventilation, Surface Disinfection and PPE Consideration for the IP and IH.
  Onlne - free weinar
6/25/2020- 6/26//2020

2020 Onsite Employee Health Clinics Forum

$200 discount for ABOHN credential holders! Enter code #AB200  within the keycode tab.
Swissotel Chicago                                         323 East Upper Wacker Dr.                              Chicago, Il 60601                                               1-312-565-0565
9/2/2020- 9/5//2020
  AOHP 2020 National Conference     Deep in the Heart of Healthcare
Austin Marriott Downtown                              304 East Cesar Chavez St.                               Austin, TX 78701                                              1-512-457-1111                    
Individual Study

Self-Paced Online Study Series for the COHN and COHN-S Examinations


Johns Hopkins/Center for Health, Work  Environment, Colorado School of Public Health
Individual Study
 Respirator Program Administrator Training Certification
The University of Cincinnati and Occupational Pulmonary Services is pleased to offer a “Respirator Program Administrator” training certificate to individuals who complete a minimum of 4 days of respirator training. The four (4) day minimum of respirator training must be completed within four (4) years of the request and must include at least one training program from categories A, B, and C (see table below). Program administrator training is designed for persons who wish to administer respirator programs in their workplace.