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RISK MANAGEMENT

Risk Management provides a system of risk and loss exposure identification and analysis designed to protect the City and County of Denver, its capital assets, property and employees by managing the city’s self-insurance and loss control programs and the purchase of insurance, by developing and implementing appropriate risk management policies and procedures, and by educating and training all city employees in workplace safety.

The Risk Management Office includes the following units:

  • Insurance and Risk Analysis
    Risk Management program development including placement and management of property and liability insurance policies, citywide risk assessments, insurance requirements for outside contractors providing services to the city.
  • Workplace Safety
    As authorized by Executive Order No. 65, Risk Management is responsible for establishing a city-wide Operational Safety and Health Management Program. Monitors and evaluates the safety activities of agencies/departments to ensure compliance with the City's Safety and Health Management System. Acts as consultant and advisor to agencies/departments in a variety of workplace safety areas.
  • Workers' Compensation
    Administers the city's self-insured Workers' Compensation program and Internal Service Fund, processing benefits required by the Colorado Workers' Compensation Act, §8-401-101 et. seq. C.R.S. 2002. Adjusts claims, authorizes claim payments, and works to return the claimant to work at the earliest possible date.

What’s New for City Employees (visit the Risk Management SharePoint site)

  • New resources on Incident and Claim Reporting (Injury, Vehicle, Damage)
  • Upcoming training events (Active Shooter, AED, Emergency Coordinator, Mental Health First Aid)
  • Updated forms, safety standards, and procedures
    •  Safety Standards can be found on the left hand navigation list
OUCH Line

If you have an injury or medical condition which relates to your work, and your injury is not life threatening or does not require emergency medical treatment, please call the OUCH Line at 303 436-OUCH (6824).

This is a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week reporting service staffed by health professionals. City employees should use this service to report injuries and receive medical advice from a nurse. The nurse will discuss treatment options, which may include seeking care at one of the city's designated providers for workers' compensation injuries. Download the OUCH Line flowchart listed under "Documents" by typing in the search bar.

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The City and County of Denver is working hard to ensure that city employees are safe, both on the job and at home. Visit the DenverReady site for additional information.

 

CONTACT US
 

 

Risk Management

201 W. Colfax Ave., Dept. 1105
Denver, CO 80202
(720) 913-3330

Director of Risk Management
(720) 913-3349

Risk Manager
(720) 913-3345

Safety and Industrial Hygiene Administrator | Citywide
(720) 913-3355

Safety and Industrial Hygiene Administrator | General Services
(720) 913-3348

Safety and Industrial Hygiene Administrator | Department of Safety
(720) 913-6651

Workers' Compensation Claims Supervisor
(720) 913-3231