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Center for Worker Health and Environment


Worker Health & Environment

Aging Workforce

That said, are there things that will change for occupational safety and health managers who are managing an older workforce, on average? You bet. Some issues will become more important as our workforce’s demographics change. Evidence-based slip, trip and fall prevention, universal design, worksite health promotion and flexible work options will all be important strategies to recruit and retain older workers in the years ahead.

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Health Risk Management

Do you have questions about starting a wellness program in your company? Are you wondering where to start and what it takes? Check out these FAQs for answers on how to create a culture of health in your workplace.

Beryllium BioBank

The Beryllium BioBank consists of a Data Coordinating Center, housed at the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado School of Public Health and a Core Specimen Laboratory, housed at National Jewish Health in Denver, Colorado.

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Pilot Projects

Each year, our organization distributes grants to support innovative projects that promote occupational and environmental safety and health (OESH).  We fund pilot research projects, which enhance our scientific knowledge about OESH topics ranging from air sampling techniques to agricultural injuries.  We also fund pilot research to practice (r2p) projects  that apply scientific knowledge to real world problems.  

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