OSHA Training and Regulatory Resources for Colorado

OSHA Safety Training in the State of Colorado is provided by both online and on-site courses provided under the OSHA Outreach Training Program. Colorado is not a State Plan state. The state’s employers operate under federal guidelines established under the OSH Act of 1970. The OSHA General Duty Clause mandates that all companies provide a safe environment for their workers.

Regulatory compliance for safety and health in the State is under the auspices of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Worker’s Compensation Division. With few exceptions, Colorado employers are required to obtain and maintain worker’s compensation insurance for one or more employees. Worksafe Colorado, is a network of people and professionals interested in preventing workplace illnesses and injuries. Anyone with an interest or stake in these issues can be part of this initiative and participate in meetings. Community meetings are open to the public and are held every other month.

For more information on specific rights and provisions under Colorado State Law, visit the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Division of Workers’ Compensation website.

Department of Labor OSHA Offices in Colorado

1391 Speer Boulevard, Suite 210
Denver, Colorado 80204-2552
(303) 844-5285
(303) 844-6676 FAX

The Denver Area Office also oversees the federal program for Utah.
Contact: Herb Gibson, Area Director, Denver Area Office, (303) 844-5285, Ext. 106.

Englewood Area Office

7935 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 209
Englewood, Colorado 80111-2714
(303) 843-4500
(303) 843-4515 FAX

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