Workplace safety resources for employers
If you want help creating a safer workplace or just have questions about preventing injury and illness around potential hazards, contact the Colorado State University OSHA Consultation Program or the NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation (HHE) Program. They provide several confidential and free services for qualifying businesses, including:
On-site safety and health audits.
Health and safety program review and assistance.
Assessments of health and safety management practices.
Health and safety training and education.
OSHA compliance assistance.
Workplace air and noise monitoring.
Technical guidance and information.
Printed materials on occupational safety and health.
Occupational Health and Safety Consultation
Colorado State University
155 Environmental Health
Fort Collins, CO 80523
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Denver Field Office — Health Hazard Evaluation Program
P.O. Box 25226
Denver, CO 80225
CDPHE Small Business Assistance Program provides a compliance workbook and checklist.
OSHA provides examples of written safety programs and policies on a variety of workplace health and safety topics.
NIOSH provides guidance on evaluating safety and health changes in the workplace.
WorkSafeMT provides online resources to help you build a safety program, establish a safety committee, and design stay-at-work and return-to-work programs.