Policies & Bylaws

ISES Bylaws

The objective of the Society shall be to foster and advance exposure science related to environmental contamination in human populations and ecosystems; promote communication among exposure analysts, epidemiologists, toxicologists, and other scientists; recommend approaches to substantive or methodological concerns; and strengthen the impact of exposure assessment and analysis on environmental policy.

 

ISES Financial Policies

The policies and procedures discussed herein address various accounting and financial policies. These policies are designed to enhance financial accountability and transparency, eliminate misunderstandings, and protect the assets and viability of the ISES. It is the responsibility of the ISES Board of Directors, Finance Committee, and ISES management team to ensure sound accounting practices and internal controls.

 

ISES Anti-Harassment Policy

In support of our mission to bring the full value of exposure science to research and decision-making to improve human health and the environment, ISES is committed to fostering the exchange of information and ideas and the enhancement of professional expertise among members and across disciplines in a healthy, harassment-free environment.

The Society strives to create an equitable environment where diverse voices are active in all aspects of our organization. This requires a culture of inclusion in which all individuals feel respected and are treated fairly.

ISES Sponsored Meetings

In accordance with our mission, ISES may sponsor and/or endorse exposure-related meetings that are hosted and organized by other not-for-profit organizations. In collaboration with other organizations, ISES is interested and will consider sponsoring or endorsing other conferences, meetings or other events that will help further the mission.

ISES Membership Policy

Any person with a professional interest in exposure science and environmental research shall be eligible for membership. Any person may apply by submitting an application and the annual membership fee to the Association Management Firm (AMF), or in the absence of an AMF, to the Treasurer of the Society. Membership shall become active on the day the annual membership fee is received by the AMF (or the Treasurer). Membership is for 12 months minus one day. Any member may request, from the AMF or the Board of Directors, the policies and procedures governing membership status.