The Colorado Environmental Health Association was established in 1947 as the Rocky Mountain Section of the National Association of Sanitarians and enjoys an outstanding reputation statewide as an innovative, progressive organization dedicated to advancing the cause of general, professional or technical environmental health.


COVID-19 Resources for CEHA Members

https://covid19.colorado.gov/  

https://www.fema.gov/ 

Chris Wiant Scholarship Fund

As you may know, Caring for Colorado's founding President and CEO, Chris Wiant, retired this past April.   While Caring for Colorado had hoped to celebrate Chris's career in person, and thank him for his 50 years of service in public health and philanthropy, it is simply not to be.

Instead, Caring for Colorado will be honoring his significant contribution to our state through a Board directed scholarship fund at the Colorado School of Public Health.  The current Board has made an initial gift of $50,000 to start this fund. 

The Chris Wiant Scholarship Fund will be used to help support the next generation of public health leaders in Colorado as they pursue their Master's or Doctoral degrees.  This honors Chris’ legacy in working to promote community health throughout his career.

If you would like to make a contribution to this fund, you can do so by following the instructions below.

How to make a gift
To make a gift online to the Chris J. Wiant, MPH, PhD, Endowed Scholarship Fund, follow this link: //giving.cu.edu/WiantScholarship<https://giving.cu.edu/fund/chris-j-wiant-mph-phd-endowed-scholarship-fund>

To make a gift by check, please make the check for the donation amount payable to the University of Colorado Foundation with "Allocation #0250434" in the memo line. The check can be mailed to:

University of Colorado Foundation
P.O. Box 17126
Denver, CO 80217-9155

NEHA OFFERING FREE ONLINE TRAININGS

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing, shelter-in-place orders, and the cancellation of local conferences, meetings, and events, environmental health professionals are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain access to continuing education and training.

In response to this need, NEHA is offering free access to online trainings to all environmental health professionals regardless of membership status starting on March 30, 2020.

The online trainings include our webinars, partner courses, and E-Learning videos of sessions from the 2017–2019 AECs. By watching these webinars, courses, and videos, environmental health professionals can earn continuing education contact hours toward their NEHA credentials.

At this time, open access will be available for 90 days and will end on June 30, 2020.

We also have created a COVID-19 resources page for environmental health professionals. Be sure to visit the page frequently for the latest developments and resources.

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What is Environmental Health?

Environmental health is the science and practice of preventing human injury and illness as well as promoting well being through:

  • Identifying and evaluating environmental sources and hazardous agents
  • Limiting exposures to hazardous physical, chemical and biological agents in air, water, soil, food and other environmental media or settings
  • Minimizing ecological impacts that maintain ecological balances essential to long-term human health and the environment

Environmental Health Programs May Include:

  • Food Protection
  • Onsite Wastewater System Installation and Repair
  • Drinking Water Quality
  • Air Quality
  • Hazardous and Solid Waste
  • Childcare/School Systems
  • Recreational Water Quality
  • Tattoo and Body Piercing Sanitation
  • Zoonotic Diseases (West Nile Virus, Plague, Relapsing Fever, HantaVirus, etc.)
  • Disaster Sanitation/Emergency Response
  • Land Use
  • Built Environment
  • Sustainability
  • Disease Control

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