Prestigious Recognition for Environmental Health Professionals
The American Academy of Sanitarians (AAS) is an organization that elevates the standards, improves the practice, advances the professional proficiency and promotes the highest levels of ethical conduct among professional sanitarians in every field of environmental health.
The AAS was formed in 1966 to improve the environmental health status of individuals through certification of those professionally credentialled environmental health practitioners and other environmental health professionals who, in an outstanding manner, have helped or are helping to achieve this long range goal. The Academy membership covers the breadth of environmental health. Certification by the Academy is open to persons who have attained high professional stature through leadership and accomplishment in the field of environmental health and meet the criteria for selection as a Diplomate. Since its inception, over 600 professional sanitarians have been awarded Diplomate status in the Academy. Twelve diplomates have also qualified for certification as Diplomate Laureates.
The American Academy of Sanitarians Board of Directors unanimously conferred Charles D. Treser, MPH, DAAS as Diplomate Emeritus.
The American Academy of Sanitarians Board of Directors unanimously conferred James J. Balsamo, Jr., MS, MPH, MHA, RS, CP-FS, CSP, CHMM, DLAAS as Diplomate Emeritus.
The American Academy of Sanitarians Board of Directors unanimously awarded Stan Hazan Honorary Diplomate status.