William Brazile

Professor and Director, OSHA Consultation Program Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences

150 Environmental Health Building

(970) 491-4272

About William

Dr. Brazile is passionate about occupational health and safety and is dedicated to training future occupational health practitioners. He has more than 20 years of experience in the environment, safety, and health (ES&H) field. Dr. Brazile is the Director of the CSU Industrial Hygiene Training Program and the Director of the Colorado OSHA Consultation Program. Bill teaches five occupational health and safety courses within the Occupational and Environmental Health Section. His research interests include occupational noise exposure, ES&H management systems, and general industrial hygiene. Before joining CSU in 2005, Dr. Brazile worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory for 10 years and acquired field experience in a variety of ES&H roles.


Ph.D. - Environmental Health, Colorado State University, 1996M.S. - Applied Natural Science, Colorado State University, 1992B.S. - Biology, Colorado State University, 1990


Certified Industrial Hygienist
Certified Safety Professional


Schaal, N. C., Brazile, W. J., Finnie, K. L., & Tiger, J. P. (2017). Effects of Known Determinants on Methylene Bisphenyl Isocyanate (MDI) Concentration During Spray-On Truck Bed-Lining Processes. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 61(7):872-882Radtke, C., Autenrieth, D., Lipsey, T, Brazile, W. (2017) Noise Characterization of Oil and Gas Operations. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 14(8): 659-667Brazile, William J., Autenrieth, D.A. (2017), Occupational and Community Noise: A Guide for Environmental Heath & Safety Students, Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.Adams, K., Brazile, W. (2017) A Faceoff with Hazardous Noise: Noise Exposure and Hearing Threshold Shifts of Indoor Hockey Officials. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 14:104-112 Adams, K., Langley, A., Brazile W. (2016) Noise Exposure and Temporary Hearing Loss of Indoor Hockey Officials: A Pilot Study. Journal of Environmental Hygiene, 79(4): 22-26 Autenrieth, D.A., Brazile, W.J., Sandfort, D.R., Douphrate, D.I., Román-Muñiz, I.N., Reynolds, S.J. (2016). The associations between occupational health and safety management system programming level and prior injury and illness rates in the U.S. dairy industry. Safety Science, 84, 108-116.