The Society encourages members in different geographic regions to form regional chapters to:
- Facilitate meetings among members who reside in close proximity
- Provide guidance on local scientific, regulatory and policy issues that require an understanding of exposure to environmental or occupational agents, and
- Provide a forum for promoting student participation in the field of exposure science.
Continued membership in a regional chapter is predicated on membership in the Society.
For additional information and guidance on forming a domestic chapter click here.
For additional information and guidance on forming an international chapter click here.