SAIOH

SAIOH has its origins in the Occupational Hygiene Association of South Africa (OHASA) which was established in 1983 to promote an awareness of Occupational Hygiene.  The Institute of Occupational Hygienists of South Africa (IOHSA) was established in 1993 to register Occupational Hygienists who meet appropriate standards of education and practical experience. These two bodies merged in 2000 to form the present day SAIOH.
SAIOH has approximately 900 members and an annual budget of about a million rand which is applied to branch and head office incidentals.  SAIOH is dependent on sponsorship and membership fees to sustain itself and provide a service to members. These service include, but not limited to
  • Certification
  • Annual Membership
  • The SAIOH Annual Conference
  • Workshops/ Seminars
  • The OHSA Journal and Safety First Magazine
  • SAIOH Events and OH-related Matters

SAIOH ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2016

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(for more information visit the SAIOH Annual Conference webpage, here)

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Blyde Canyon, A FOREVER RESORT has commanding views of the Blyde River Canyon, the third largest canyon in the world. This three and four star Resort is located a mere 160 kilometers from Nelspruit and 50 kilometers from Graskop. It is the ideal base for hiking trails and scenic trips by car to well-known Mpumalanga locations, including Pilgrim’s Rest.Set against the Greater Drakensberg Escarpment, this area encompasses some of the most dramatic scenery in South Africa. Unique geological features at Bourke's Luck Potholes, Three Rondavels and Gods Window are not to be missed. Its scenery is unsurpassed, its vegetation both varied and lush and the rich selection of birdlife includes a breeding colony of the rare bald ibis. Wildlife in the canyon area is as varied as the habitats. There are mountain reedbuck on the escarpment, dassies on the canyon walls, hippo and crocodile in the Blyde Dam, and impala, kudu, blue wildebeest, waterbuck and zebra on the Lowveld plain near the canyon's mouth.

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