Idaho Environmental Health Association
A nonprofit professional and educational organization for individuals who work to
control environmental health hazards and promote healthful environmental conditions.
The Idaho Environmental Health Association members include environmental health professionals, industrial hygienists, consultants, solid waste operators, and other environmental health professionals. We promote a more competent and motivated workforce by encouraging our members to express their opinions and to learn from each other.
The organization provides an opportunity and stimulus for professional growth; promotes high standards of conduct and qualifications; strives for increased recognition of environmental health professionals as a group rendering service vital to the health and well-being of the public; and continues to affiliate with national organizations with similar objectives and programs.
IEHA hosts an annual conference each March and publishes two newsletters each year. Committees facilitate the functioning of the association, including Legislative Action, Professional Promotion and Membership Expansion. Visit the membership page for more information.
IEHA/ISWA Annual Education Conference
March 15-16, 2017
Full Conference Registration (March 15 & 16) is $130 for Members / $160 for Non-MembersOne Day Registration for Conference (March 15 or 16) is $65 for Members / $90 for Non-Members
Solid Waste Operator Training Course
Idaho Solid Waste Association
March 14, 2017
BSU - Student Union Building, Boise ID
The Solid Waste Operator's Training will have a morning classroom session followed by a trip to the Canyon County MSWLF for tour and continued discussion. For more information, please contact Mollie Mangerich.
Course is being held the day before the IEHA/ISWA Conference
Course is a separate cost from the Conference Registration.
Operator Course is $70 for Members and $110 for Non-Members.
March 14 - 16, 2017
BSU - Student Union Building, Boise ID
This free FDA training course from March 14-16 is in coordination with the IEHA/ISWA conference, but it is a separate course. You will not be able to attend the IEHA/ISWA presentations. The course is primarily focused on the components and systematic approach required when conducting a foodborne illness investigation. Identifying and defining team roles is part of the training. Representatives from environmental, epidemiology, and laboratories are asked to attend.
Registration is due by February 10, 2017
There are web courses that should be completed prior to attending the training.
Call or Email: 208.334.4960 or RaeMarie Eacker to register.
Please note that if you wish to attend the IEHA Business Meeting and Luncheon on March 16, 2017, between 12:15 to 1:15 PM, you will need to register for that separately and pay $15 for the cost of the meal.
February 14, 2017
Washington State Environmental Health Association
Annual Education Conference
May 1-3, 2017
Wenatchee Convention Center
February 15, 2017 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm (MST)
EPA's Office of Water will hold a webinar about its Draft Recreational Criteria and/or Swimming Advisories for Cyanotoxins that will include a presentation on the basic science used in the development of the criteria, a look at implementation considerations, and an opportunity to receive feedback from participants.
Idaho Solid Waste Association was founded on the idea of helping Idaho's solid waste industry stay ahead of the curve in every aspect of the fast paced industry.
Idaho Rural Water Association's Mission is to provide technical assistance, training and a strong representative voice for the benefit of Idaho's water and wastewater systems.
NEHA's mission is to advance the environmental health and protection professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all. Sponsors an Annual Education Conference and Exhibition.