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Construction WorkerThese resources and tools help create worksites that support and improve the health and productivity of employees.

  • Employer benefits can include: enhanced employee productivity, lower health care costs, decreased rates of illness and injuries, reduced employee absenteeism, and improved employee morale.
  • Benefits for employees can include: less stress, improved well-being, self-image, and self-esteem, improved physical fitness, more stamina, weight loss, and improved health.

The Worksite Wellness Toolkit provides resources to create a healthier work environment. It includes fact sheets, guidelines for change, and health and wellness information. All materials can be downloaded, copied and reproduced.

Resources from CDC and Other States

  • CDC Stair Prompts (2 sets at bottom of page) Motivational signs placed near elevators, encourage employees to take the stairs – a quick and easy way to be more active.
  • Healthy Vending Guide Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol addresses guidelines for foods and beverages, sample policy language, and marketing strategies to promote healthy options.
  • Vending Machine Food & Beverage Standards Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol provides sample standards and practical steps to market products and work with vendors.
  • What Works in Worksites Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol developed by the Wisconsin Nutrition and Physical Activity Program, identifies policies and strategies that can help worksites create healthier environments for their employees.

Breastfeeding Resources

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