Download the brochure and submit a session for consideration.
Note of acceptance: TBA, 2015
AHMP has arranged with Budget to provide rental cars at a discounted rate. If you wish to reserve a car please contact Todd Alexander at 1-800-525-7537 Ext. 35003 or the Meetings and Convention Department at 1-800-525-7537 to receive the best rate possible.
Attend the 2015 AHMP National Conference at the non-member rate and you may opt to receive a free AHMP membership for one year!*
AHMP membership is an invaluable asset for all environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S), hazardous materials and waste management professionals.
Visit www.AHMPnet.org for a complete list of AHMP’s value-added member benefits.
* Non-Member National Conference attendees may decline this membership offer.
The AHMP 2015 National Conference will become your most valuable resource for education and networking this year. The landscape of EHS&S is constantly changing. You, as an environmental, health safety and security professional and leader, have the vision, knowledge and the experience to effectively manage hazardous materials and mitigate risk. It is crucial that you continue your professional development, remain adaptable, motivated and responsive.
Join your fellow hazardous materials and waste management industry professionals at the much anticipated AHMP 2015 Conference. Experience emerging trends, develop new skills and build a powerful community of colleagues and revitalize your passion for the profession.
Mark your calendar for August 30 - September 2, 2015 for AHMP 2015! Your best career investment of the year!
We look forward to seeing you in Scottsdale!
With AHMP 2015, the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals continues its “Going Green” meeting initiative, whose goal is to be mindful to protect the environment and prevent waste in activities related to AHMP events. Part of AHMP’s comprehensive Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety (QEHS) policy, “Going Green” touches every facet of meeting management. We invite all participants to join in the effort, which for our organization has meant, for example, minimizing the use of paper and harmful inks, using recycled paper and two-sided document printing, using recycled and/or organic materials for conference bags and name badge holders, and reusing signs whenever possible.