The Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health is one of six national Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health®. Our mission is to advance worker health, safety, and well-being. ​

We educate future leaders, conduct research, and design practical solutions to occupational health and safety challenges with our partners. We use a Total Worker Health approach in all that we do, by prioritizing safety, first and foremost, while striving to improve overall worker health. 

Due to restrictions on university-sponsored events because of COVID-19, the Health Links™ annual event, Celebrating Colorado’s Healthiest Places to Work, will held virtually on October 22, 2020. 


Every year, we present awards to organizations and individuals in our network who are leading the way in workplace health and safety. All applications are carefully reviewed by our selection committee — a team of experts from private, nonprofit, and academic backgrounds — and award winners are announced at our annual event. 

Completion of this form, in addition to your Health Links Assessment score, will qualify your organization for several awards, including: Champion of Well-being, Dedication in Small Business, and the Integration awards.

Due to restrictions on university-sponsored events because of COVID-19, the Health Links™ annual event, Celebrating Colorado’s Healthiest Places to Work, will held virtually on October 22, 2020. 


The Director’s Award is given to one individual who demonstrates leadership in Total Worker Health® - an integrated approach to promote the health, safety, and well-being of all workers. Anyone who works at a Colorado-based certified Healthy Workplace is eligible. You can submit an application on your own behalf or for someone else.
 

Center for Health, Work & Environment