We lead in-person trainings and webinars on topics ranging from industrial hygiene to stress management. We also host visiting scholars for educational seminars, put on an annual Research Day Symposium featuring student research, and bring together businesses from across the state at our annual Health Links™ event, Celebrating Colorado's Healthiest Places to Work. Learn more.
Through our Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center (MAP ERC), we educate and fund the training of future occupational health and safety leaders. We offer interdisciplinary learning opportunities and financial support for trainees in five disciplines: occupational ergonomics, occupational medicine, industrial hygiene, health physics, occupational health psychology. Learn more.
Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced professional, you need to keep your knowledge and skills current. We offer online courses taught by accomplished faculty and industry leaders. Our courses are designed for flexible, self-paced study so that you can learn in a way that works best for your schedule. Learn more.
The Certificate in Total Worker Health is designed for current
public health students and new and mid-career professionals interested
in improving worker health, safety, and well-being through work design.
Students gain the knowledge and skills they need to lead practice-based
research studies and interventions and effect change within
organizations and communities. Learn more.