Health Promotion

Last updated: July 15, 2018

What Does Health Promotion Mean?

Health promotion is the process of enabling a group of individuals to improve and increase control over their health. In occupational health and safety, health promotion focuses on the prevention and intervention that reduce the health risk factors of the employees in a company or organization. Health promotion can also be referred to as workplace health promotion and worksite health promotion.


WorkplaceTesting Explains Health Promotion

Health promotion, in the context of occupational health and safety, is generally defined as the combined efforts of employees, employers, and society to improve the overall health and well-being of the workers at a worksite. Health promotion is regarded to influence on physical, mental, economic, and social well-being of a group of individuals; and offers an ideal infrastructure to support health promotion on a large audience. Topics commonly included in workplace health promotion include exercise, nutrition, smoking cessation, and stress management.



Workplace Health Promotion, Worksite Health Promotion

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