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Joey Rosenberg

Writer and Editor

As a writer and editor for OSHA Education Center, Joey Rosenberg uses his background in technical writing to make complex OSHA regulations and training requirements easy to understand. Whether you need to brush up on job-related safety topics or understand the difference between OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 training, Joey can clarify OSHA compliance requirements and connect you with the information and training resources you need.

About Joey

Joey Rosenberg is a professional writer and editor with more than a decade of experience covering safety-related topics. As a writer for, he raised awareness of asbestos-related health hazards at construction sites, military facilities, mines and other at-risk work environments. Since 2018, he has contributed workplace safety and training resources to OSHA Education Center.

Joey graduated from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in English — Technical Communication. He uses his technical writing background to research OSHA regulations and industry training requirements, and he translates this information into terms that anyone can follow. He earned his editing certification from the Poynter Institute for Media Studies as part of a partnership program with the American Copy Editors Society.

As a professional writer, researcher, editor and proofreader, Joey has contributed to a number of online and print publications since 2009, including and the official alumni magazine for the University of Central Florida.

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  • Bachelor’s in English — Technical Communication, University of Central Florida


  • Poynter/American Copy Editors Society Certificate in Editing, Poynter Institute for Media Studies
  • Poynter Reporters Boot Camp, Poynter Institute for Media Studies


  • OSHA Outreach Training Requirements
  • OSHA Standards
  • HAZWOPER Training
  • State OSHA Plans
  • New York City Site Safety Training (SST)