The Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH) is training the next generation of occupational safety and health professionals through state-of-the-art degree programs, research and continuing education.

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Jan 29, 2024

Connie Crandall, who established the program as among the best in the U.S., calls it a career In 1985, RMCOEH had existed for less than a decade...

Jan 25, 2024

When RMCOEH and Weber State University launched a new Occupational Health Nursing graduate certificate program in the fall, the hope was that it would...

Jan 18, 2024

The University of Utah’s Office of the Vice President for Research recently named the highest-ranked investigators in terms of funding. Occupational a...

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Our Impact


The RMCOEH staff and the faculty have played integral parts in shaping my path to becoming a well-rounded researcher. As my advisors have introduced me to various researchers and professionals in related fields, RMCOEH has shown me the vastness of its reach as well as how powerful, and pivotal interdisciplinary work can be.

Uchenna Ogbonnaya, RMCOEH PhD student


The classes that I have taken through RMCOEH have enabled me to advance my career and gain a greater understanding of OSHA and the regulations. The info that I have obtained has made me a better trainer and safety professional. I look forward to taking more classes with them in the future.

David Sheldon, RMCOEH Continuing Education trainee

Industrial Hygiene

Thanks to the faculty, staff, and curriculum at RMCOEH, I entered into the workforce prepared, knowledgeable, and confident in my skills and knowledge around industrial hygiene. Perhaps the greatest asset I took from RMCOEH was that, if I did not know or learn something there, I could gather information from reliable resources on my own to figure out answers.

Industrial Hygiene program graduate

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