AIHA Carolinas Section Student Information

Student Posting: Erika Craig

146 CNW Road, Beech Island, SC 29842  •  (803) 293-8885  •

I am a currently pursuing my Master of Science Degree in Occupational Safety at East Carolina University and I am looking for full-time, part-time and/or learning opportunities where I can gain valuable experience and provide the best assistance to an organization or individual in Occupational Safety, whether in industry, government or laboratory setting. In my studies, I am obtaining valuable knowledge in ethics, research, toxicology and industrial hygiene.

I received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and have developed skills as an Environmental Engineer and Environmental Health and Safety Specialist. These skills range from problem solving, root cause analysis, environmental and safety compliance, safety training, and developing and implementing safety programs (e.g. Behavioral Based Safety, Risk Management and Incident Investigation). My interest in pursuing an excellent opportunity comes from the passion I have for Environmental, Health and Safety and a sincere interest in applying my education, knowledge and skill sets into practice.

Throughout my years of study, I have worked in chemical, nuclear, pharmaceutical and industrial environments demonstrating strengths in anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of environmental factors arising in or from the workplace. My approach to being proactive and in compliance, not only ensures the safety of the workers and protection of the environment, but my well-being also.

Students and Young Members

Students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate OEHS programs are invited to attend Carolinas Section conferences at no charge.  Students are also highly encouraged to participate in conferences by volunteering or presenting internship or research topics.

University Student Outreach Program

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Carolinas Section is committed to the growth of the profession through culturing and mentoring students in the field(s) of health, safety, and the environment.  The Student Outreach Program focuses on establishing effective relationships with local institutions of higher learning to form camaraderie with their students in active HSE, engineering, and science-based curriculums.

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