The Housekeeping Channel supports IEHA IMAP
BOISE, ID — The Housekeeping Channel has announced its support of the IEHA Media Assistance Program (IMAP) which aims to make, in time, all 3,200 IEHA members Press hub Delegates (PhDs).
"The Housekeeping Channel values the treasure trove of housekeeping expertise possessed by IEHA's 3,200 members, and with the cooperation of the nonprofit IEHA, is eager to tap this resource to help both the trade and consumer media," said Allen Rathey, founder of The Housekeeping Channel.
"We know from internal discussions that IEHA members strongly desire to apply their 'IEHA Education' to meet the public’s need for factual information, provide information to the press, and receive recognition and coverage," said Beth Risinger, chief executive officer (CEO) and executive director of IEHA. "It is our intent to help fill the media’s need for expert information around better housekeeping and public health."
The Housekeeping Channel (HC) and the Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) will be developing a media assistance microsite and other tools to assist in connecting the media and IEHA members.
To become an IEHA Member and participate in IEHA's IMAP program, email BRisinger@IEHA.org.
About The Housekeeping Channel
The Housekeeping Channel (www.housekeepingchannel.com) Educational Center and Website strives to be the Web's most comprehensive storehouse of factual information for consumers and media on achieving a clean, organized and healthy indoor environment.
IEHA is a 3,200-plus professional member organization for persons who direct cleaning, maintenance, housekeeping, grounds keeping, safety and/or indoor environmental programs in commercial, industrial or institutional facilities. The organization was founded in New York City in 1930, and is now located in Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of the State’s capitol, Columbus. IEHA provides its members with an array of professional development, educational, certification and career opportunities. For more information, visit www.ieha.org.