• City employees show off their PSRW spirit

    City employees show off their PSRW spirit

    In observance of Public Service Recognition Week, we asked city employees to show their public service pride. Employees were invited to post “I’m proud to serve because …” photos to the COH Employee News Facebook group.  Read More
  • When the flood waters rise, city employees rise to the occasion

    When the flood waters rise, city employees rise to the occasion

    City Savvy gathered some photos from various city social media pages. Share your photos of city employees at work responding to the flood emergency. Email them to hrcomm@houstontx.gov or post them to the COH Employee News Facebook group. Read More
  • Houston Happenings April 2016

    Houston Happenings April 2016

    In this episode of Houston Happenings, see how furry pooches, funky artwork and giving employees make our city stand out. Read More
  • IAH dog therapy program makes traveling fun for all

    IAH dog therapy program makes traveling fun for all

    IAH recruits four-legged friends for new dog therapy program to ease the minds of first-time, occasional and frequent travelers Read More
  • 15 ways the city celebrates Earth Day year-round

    15 ways the city celebrates Earth Day year-round

    From renewable energy to recycling and water conservation to community gardens, these green city programs show that little changes can make a big impact. Read More
  • Call for sources: Did you start your city career as an intern?

    Call for sources: Did you start your city career as an intern?

    The mayor’s expanded Summer Jobs Program will introduce a new generation to city careers. If you were ever a city intern, we want to interview you. Read More
  • iSpeak program breaks down language barriers

    iSpeak program breaks down language barriers

    Language access solutions empower employees to help non-English speakers Read More
  • Greener than you think: Houston celebrates a century of parks

    Greener than you think: Houston celebrates a century of parks

    As one of the largest municipal parks systems in the country, Houston Parks and Recreation Department looks back on 100 years of growth and greenspace. Read More
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Organizational SafetyHis first book,"Organizational Safety" is now available for download through Amazon's Kindle Store.

The book is an account of safety program management successes, shortfalls and the Organization, Authority, Empowerment and Delegation Model that Worden developed which allows for a comprehensive safety program in spite of organizational obstacles.

"I’m happy with the book because it’s an accumulation of best practices and program management benchmarks that I’ve noted over the years through experience in military, private industry and municipal safety," Worden said. He is currently working on his second book.