1. A society in which the incidence of death, disease and discomfort due to adverse workplace environmental factors are greatly decreased, along with the associated social and economic costs; and productivity, labour relations and general well-being have improved as a consequence.
  2. There is universal recognition that occupational hygiene is the discipline best qualified to identify, evaluate and control the adverse impact of hazardous environmental agents, in or arising from the workplace, on human health; and that CRBOH accreditation is the hallmark of an occupational hygiene professional.