Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH)

The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) is published to enhance the knowledge and practice of occupational and environmental hygiene and safety. The journal provides a written medium for the communication of ideas, methods, processes and research in the areas of occupational, industrial and environmental hygiene; exposure assessment; engineering controls; occupational and environmental epidemiology, medicine, and toxicology; ergonomics; and other related disciplines.
Available primarily online, JOEH is a joint, peer-reviewed publication of AIHA® and ACGIH®

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JOEH offers free access to new research on the following topics:

Do Older Firefighters Show Long-Term Adaptations to Work in the Heat?​
(Featured in U.S. News and World Report​)

By Heather E. Wright, Joanie Larose, Tom M. McLellan, Scott Miller, Pierre Boulay and Glen P. Kenny 

The Audiological Health of Horn Players​

(Featured in NPR​)

By Wayne J. Wilson, Ian O'Brien and Andrew P. Bradley

Formaldehyde Exposure During Simulated Use of a Hair Straightening Product 

​(Featured in U.S. News and World Report​)

By Michelle Stewart, Trevor Bausman, Kazukiyo Kumagai, and Mark Nicas

Occupational Exposures to Respirable Crystalline Silica During Hydraulic Fracturing

By Eric J. Esswein, Michael Breitenstein, John Snawder, Max Kiefer, and W. Karl Sieber.

Sports Officials’ Hearing Status: Whistle Use as a Factor Contributing to Hearing Trouble

(Featured in The New York Times)

By Gregory A. Flamme and Nathan Williams

Occupational and Recreational Noise Exposure from Indoor Arena Hockey Games

By Cory J. Cranston, William J. Brazile, Delvin R. Sandfort and Robert W. Gotshall