Serving Colorado's Counties

Issue Number 33 - CTSI Launches New Website

June 11, 2020

CTSI.org is getting a new look. After listening to feedback from our members, CTSI contracted with Atomic Idea to create a more user-friendly and up-to-date website. The new site offers streamlined navigation and an improved search feature to help members quickly find what they need. CTSI.org is a convenient resource where members can easily find and download Worker’s Compensation claim forms, view Casualty and Property Pool policy manuals, learn about their County Health Pool member benefits, see the latest MSHA classes being offered by our Loss Control Department, or view the numerous work-related training films in our extensive film library. The new site contains the same resources and materials as the previous site with improved functionality. CTSI.org is optimized for mobile to give members more convenient access to CTSI’s resources wherever they may be.

The new website means new passwords. Your CTSI contact will be reaching out with the new password shortly. For more immediate access, contact CTSI to request a password.

CTSI Films

CTSI Films is now part of ctsi.org. CTSI has incorporated the ctsiflims.org website into the new CTSI.org. Members may now log in to the film site by clicking on the Video Login button located under the Member Login button found on the upper right side of the homepage. Members will need to reset their password to access the new site. CTSI will send out an email to current ctsifilms.org users with instructions on how to reset their password.

CTSI Joins Facebook

CTSI is now on Facebook. Like our Facebook Page. Each week we will post the latest Technical Update, a member-geared publication that keeps readers current about the newest safety, HR, or worker’s compensation issues impacting Colorado counties. Also, learn about upcoming courses offered by our Loss Control Department or keep current on the benefits provided to our County Health Pool members in our monthly Health Awareness Newsletter. The CTSI Facebook page is a new way to reach out to members and part of our continuing efforts to be a responsive and progressive resource.

What This Means for Counties

CTSI is continuing to find new ways to serve our member counties better. Check out the new website with it’s integrated films page and like our Facebook page. For more information on these changes or to give us your feedback, please contact CTSI at 303 861 0507.

A PDF of this Technical Update is available here.

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