1. To promote the discipline of occupational hygiene and the designations of Registered Occupational Hygienist (ROH®) and Registered Occupational Hygiene Technologist (ROHT®) as the marks of professional competence in the practice of occupational hygiene.
  2. To establish a system, including a Registration Board, to assess, identify, register and certify persons who are competent in connection with the design, management and implementation of occupational hygiene programs.
  3. Involvement in academic, community and professional activities, and specifically any that are related to setting and publicizing of standards of practice in occupational hygiene.
  4. Enhancing recognition of, and reliance on, the profession by the public, other professional groups, organized labour, the business community, governments, and the working population.