Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Assessment

Last Updated: July 29, 2018

Definition - What does Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Assessment mean?

A comprehensive wellness health assessment refers to an assessment or survey done at a worksite to determine the health needs and interest of a workplace population. A comprehensive wellness health assessment will refer to single health issues or will focus on a general set of issues that will work together to affect the entire workplace health situation.

WorkplaceTesting explains Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Assessment

Employers can apply a comprehensive wellness health assessment to determine risk factors in the general health and safety of a particular working environment. Single health issues can focus on topics such as physical activity levels of individual employees; while general assessments will include topics related to nutrition, daily physical activity, tobacco or alcohol misuse, vaccination, physical examinations and other topics related to the overall workplace wellness. Furthermore, a wellness health assessment will also determine whether any current strategies or programs already implemented have promoted or enhanced the general workplace health setting.

This definition was written in the context of Occupational Health and Safety
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