Training Resource Library

AOEC tracks a variety of resources for people working in and interested in  occupational and environmental safety and health (OESH). 

A collection of OESH training and educational resources are listed below.  OESH blogs and listservs are also listed.

If you have suggestions for OESH blogs, listservs and other resources not already listed, please send your suggestions to

Fall prevention

OSHA Safety Stand Down

Dr. Kathleen Fagan discusses the second most common cause at work and how you can prevent those deaths.

Other OESH Educational Resources

  • OEM-List is a dynamic, daily e-mail discussion forum of occupational and environmental health topics, sponsored by AOEC and located at the University of North Carolina.  The OEM-List virtual community is the largest and oldest (13+ years) mail list in occupational and environmental health and has immediate reach to over 3800+ addresses in 75 countries. For more information and to join, see OEM-List page
  • New Solutions (NEW) is a peer-reviewed journal that explores the growing, changing common ground at the intersection of health, work, and the environment. The journal makes plain how the issues in each area are interrelated and sets forth progressive, thoughtfully crafted public policy choices. View full journal description

    This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

  • Confined Space is a website/newsletter/blog/listserv focused squarely on worker safety and health. The site is operated by Jordan Barab, who has a long history of work in occupational safety and health, including 16 years with American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and as Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from 2009-2017.  For more information:  Confined Space – A newsletter of workplace safety and labor issues (
  • NIOSH Science Blog is a weekly blog on occupational safety and health topics published by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.  Topics are selected from a variety of sources, including NIOSH research, recent seminars, NIOSH publications, and  emerging issues.  You can search for topics.  You can subscribe to receive the posts in your email.  You can view the blog here:  NIOSH Science Blog | Blogs | CDC