About Occupational Hazards magazine Occupational Hazards is a monthly business magazine serving the $22 billion occupational safety and industrial hygiene market.
What does OSIH stand for?
OSIH stands for Occupational Safety and Industrial Hygiene (course)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of OSIH
- Our Strength in Families
- Ontario Strategic Infrastructure Financing Authority (Canada)
- Operational Sequence and Information Flow Analysis
- Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (various locations)
- Oklahoma School Insurance Group
- Online Special Interest Group (various organizations)
- Open Source Implementation Group
- Oregon State Investment Group (Oregon State University)
- Outdoor Special Interest Group (Japan)
- Office of Chief Signal Officer (US Navy)
- Or So I've Heard
- Operating System Interference in High Performance Applications
- Oklahoma State Immunization Information System
- Organic Semiconductor Industry Journal (Cintelliq Ltd.)
- Ocean Scientific International, Ltd. (UK)
- Office of Student Involvement and Leadership (various universities)
- Offshore Systems International Ltd. (software; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Operation Save Innocent Lives (mine action organization; Sudan)
- Orissa Sponge Iron Ltd. (India)
- Open Source Initiative Latin America
Samples in periodicals archive:
The publication was developed by Penton's Occupational Hazards, the most preferred monthly magazine serving the $22 billion occupational safety and industrial hygiene market.
By monitoring chemical concentrations in the workplace using GC/IMS technology, companies could monitor toxic or unwanted compounds and also ensure they meet necessary occupational safety and industrial hygiene requirements.