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Make the most of limited resources for promoting employee health in the workplace!

PLANNING FOR A HEALTHY WORKFORCE

For Employers & Local Health Departments

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- What is Workwell's action planning for a healthy workforce?
- Resources from the action planning for a healthy workforce training-9/2009
- Who has used action planning for a healthy workforce?
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What is WorkWell's Action Planning for a Healthy Workforce?

The Action Planning for a Healthy Workforce process provides employers with a way to become more effective in addressing workforce health issues through organizational change.  This process can help you make the most of your limited resources - complete a self-guided assessment and develop a plan of action for your organization that identifies where you, as an employer, can focus efforts to improve workforce health.
 
To view the "WorkWell Action Planning for a Healthy Workforce" Assessment Tool [PDF] Click here...

The Assessment covers four (4) main topics:
  • Workforce Health Promotion
  • Physical Activity at Work
  • Healthy Eating during Work Hours
  • Air Quality at Work

Resources from the Action Planning for a Healthy Workforce Training - September 2009

Did you attend the Action Planning for a Healthy Workforce training?  Are you looking for more resources on how to conduct the process with your own organization?

Below are resources and tools to help you get started:

If you have questions about the materials or are interested in receiving training on the action planning process, please contact Kateri Wimsett at (360) 867-2516, or send an E-mail

Who has used Action Planning for A Healthy Workforce?

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Learn more about WorkWell...To read our article in the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Preventing Chronic Disease Journal (Article Date: April 8, 2009) Click Here... [PDF]

Learn more about the Chronic Disease Prevention Unit at Thurston County Public Health…Visit the Thurston County Public Health Chronic Disease Prevention webpage

 

Program made possible by funding from Steps to a HealthierUS Cooperative Agreement Program of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention with the Washington State Department of Health.

 
 
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This page last updated: 05/14/12