Join the Environmental Hygienists Association
Here's how to join the
Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.).
First, use your mouse curser to select and then copy the E.H.A. Membership
Application wording below. Second, paste the copied wording onto a new word
document in your computer. Third, print that new word document page. Fourth,
if you wish to enroll in one or more E.H.A.
training programs, please also
complete (in legible black ink printing) the (EHA)
Training Application. Fifth, use a scanner to scan this Membership
Application and the Training Application (if you want to enroll any E.H.A.
training program) and then email the document(s) to E.H.A. as email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to Environmental Hygienists
10104 Sheridan Rd., Montrose, MI
E.H.A. Membership Application
Please neatly print the requested info in black ink.
I herein apply for membership for one year in the Environmental Hygienists
Association (E.H.A.), with $99 annual membership dues.
My complete name: ________________________________________________________________________
Date of birth: _____________________________
Postal mailing address:
City: ____________________________ State/Province:______________ Postal Code:
Nation: ________________ Email: _________________________________________________________
Daytime phone with area code or country code:
My Acceptance of the
Environmental Hygienists Association Canons of Ethical Conduct
In recognition of my obligation to my environmental clients, to the
general public, and to the environmental profession, I agree to comply
with all of the following ten Environmental Hygienist Association
Canons of Ethical Conduct.
provide standards of ethical conduct for Certified Mold Inspectors,
Certified Mold Remediators, Certified Environmental Hygienists,
Professional Industrial Hygienists, Certified Hygienist Technicians, and
Certified Decontamination Specialists,
and who are trained and certified by the
Environmental Hygienists Association, for use by such
professionals as they practice their profession and exercise their primary
mission, which is to protect the health and well-being of both their clients
and the general public from microbiological and other environmental health
hazards located in homes, condo's, apartments, offices, factories, retail
stores, other workplaces, schools, churches,
entertainment facilities, stores, and other occupied buildings of all types.
First Canon of Ethical Conduct
practice my profession by following recognized scientific principles with
the full understanding that the lives, health, personal well-being, financial
well-being, and legal well-being of both my clients and the general public may
depend upon my professional judgment, evaluation,
recommendations, and provided services.
Second Canon of Ethical Conduct
advise my clients accurately and correctly regarding potential environmental health risks
discovered in providing my professional services, as well as the precautions necessary to avoid adverse health effects.
Third Canon of Ethical Conduct
I will keep
confidential personal and business information obtained during the exercise
of my professional duties activities, except when required by law or overriding
health and public safety considerations.
Fourth Canon of Ethical Conduct
I will avoid
circumstances and situations wherein a compromise of my professional judgment
or a conflict of interest may arise.
Fifth Canon of Ethical Conduct
perform my professional services only within the areas of my own particular competency, training, and
certification. I will utilize the services and products of those who possess
specialized skills, tools, or trades not possessed by myself when
circumstances call for work to be done which I am unable to perform myself.
Sixth Canon of Ethical Conduct
act responsibly to uphold the integrity of my profession and of my E.H.A.
professional training and certification.
Seventh Canon of Ethical Conduct
I will continually keep my professional knowledge and skills current and
up-to-date with the ever-changing and ever-happening advances in scientific
knowledge and professional practices in regard to the areas of my own
particular competence, training, and certification. I will also stay
informed of new developments in technology, tools of the trade, building
codes, industry standards and guidelines, and any other codes or information
that directly affect my professionals services rendered to my clients.
Eighth Canon of Ethical Conduct
I will be honest in
advertising my services, avoiding any misrepresentation or deception
concerning my available professional services, practices, costs, and fees.
Ninth Canon of Ethical Conduct
I will provide my
services only after securing any necessary bonding and licensing that may be
required on a particular project or within a particular jurisdiction.
Tenth Canon of Ethical Conduct
promptly and courteously address any and all customer or consumer complaints
and or inquiries; and I will fully explain the services, testing procedures
and practices followed by myself in dealing with any specific problems
that may arise in providing my professional services.
My Experience and Background
post-high school or
post-secondary college, trade, or
technical education program details
name, school location, year of graduation or completion
of course, subjects studied, and any other helpful info. Attach extra
sheets of paper if needed.
My business/work/career experiences that
I believe would be helpful
to my successful career as a
certified environmental professional.
Please include details such as skills learned, employer names and
addresses, and dates. Attach extra sheets
of paper if needed.
personal and business reference names,
nature of relationship (how I know each person), company [if relevant],
complete mailing address, and current phone
number of three
persons who personally know my work abilities and/or general character.
The most ideal references would be your business/professional clients,
supervisors, trainers/educators, or co-workers. Please do NOT submit
references who are your relatives.
certify that the above information is totally true and complete.
I agree to
faithfully follow and fully abide by the above-stated
E.H.A. certified environmental professional
Code of Ethics. I
authorize my references to provide complete information about myself to
the Environmental Hygienists Association.
I understand that the current annual E.H.A. membership dues are US
$99.00 per year. I will now mail my check or money order for $99.00 for my
initial one year membership to the Environmental Health Association, 10104
Sheridan Rd. Montrose, MI 48457, USA I understand that I need to renew and
pay my membership dues each 12 months hereafter to maintain my E.H.A.
membership and to maintain in good standing any training certifications
received from the E.H.A.