February 2, 2021

AIHA PAT Programs Announces New Brand Identity

CONTACT: Susan Marchese, Managing Director,
Communications & Marketing, AIHA
(202) 256-8986 (Eastern Time)

Feb. 2, 2021 (Falls Church, Va.)—AIHA PAT Programs, the proficiency testing authority for laboratories specializing in Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Analysis, unveiled its new brand identity today. The rebranding includes a new logo, mission statement, vision, and updated website.

"We are excited to reveal our refreshed brand identity,” said Angela Oler, the director of operations for AIHA PAT Programs, speaking on behalf of the organization. "While this rebranding represents a significant step in AIHA PAT Program's evolution, our commitment to improving laboratory performance hasn't changed,” she added.

Developed through collaboration with the Chicago-based agency 88 Brand Partners, the new logo reflects AIHA PAT Programs' function of helping participants excel in laboratory services and advocating for proficiency testing nationally and worldwide. The updated website offers users easy access to essential information about currently available full-scale and pilot programs, organizational policies, upcoming testing, the PAT Report, volunteer opportunities, and other helpful content.

Since 1972, AIHA PAT Programs has provided labs with opportunities to improve and refine their staff's analytical skills, test new methods, or train analysts. Some of the services offered by AIHA PAT Programs include:

To learn more about AIHA PAT Programs, their services, and benefits, please visit www.aihapat.org.

About AIHA PAT Programs

The Proficiency Analytical Testing (PAT) Program was initiated by NIOSH in 1972 and came under administration by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) in 1987. In 2009, AIHA PAT Programs LLC was established to continue the mission through an impartially managed laboratory-based program.

AIHA PAT Programs is an ISO/IEC 17043:2010 accredited Proficiency Testing Provider that assists participants in pursuing excellence in laboratory services through external quality control program assessment and promotes the practice of proficiency testing both nationally and internationally.