Work Health and Well-Being: Achieving Worker Health will provide you with the knowledge necessary to apply Total Worker Health® approaches to .. Read more integrate siloed occupational health, health promotion, and health protection programs. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Total Worker Health is defined as workplace policies, programs, and practices that integrate protection from work-related safety and health hazards with promotion of injury and illness prevention efforts to advance worker well-being.1. They will help you master the foundations of health protection and health promotion, examine the value proposition for Total Worker Health with a focus on organizational change models and case studies, and gain the skills to make the business case for Total Worker Health and employee well-being. Worker safety, health, and well-being can be a source of competitive advantage for your organization. Total Worker Health approaches to employee health have been shown to improve the effectiveness of occupational health and safety programs, increase participation in health promotion efforts, increase employees’ willingness to change behaviors, and reduce absenteeism. Research also suggests that a focus on employee safety, health, and well-being strongly correlates with market place performance. Additionally, integrating workplace health protection and employee health promotion programs have been shown save to save organizations money by reducing waste and health costs.
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