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Workers' Comp & Workplace Safety

The Workers' Comp & Workplace Safety units are responsible for the identification, analysis and management of the city's risk and exposure to loss related to the activities of the city and its departments, agencies, and employees.

Risk Assessment and Analysis - Learn how the city analyzes its risks and selects the appropriate risk management strategy to most effectively and efficiently preserve, protect and enhance the assets of the city. 

Workplace Safety - Review guidelines and policies, and find safety class dates designed to help you do your part in keeping yourself and your coworkers safe.

Workers' Compensation - Find the designated providers for Workers' Compensation injuries, the Workers' Compensation Procedure Manual and more. 


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.