Achieving a healthier workplace doesn't need to be complicated and it doesn't matter what stage you are at now.

Follow the Get Healthy at Work program cycle and you'll see just how easy it is to create and continue running a simple yet effective workplace health program. Working continuously through this health improvement cycle allows you to target and address health issues one by one. You can also prioritise more than one health issue if you have the capacity.

Once you register your business, you'll be able to access more information and access resources to help guide your workplace through each stage. Find out what it's all about by completing our first online training tutorial - Get Healthy at Work Introduction.

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program cycle

1. Get the ball rolling

Interested in promoting health at work, but don't know where to start? The first step, 'Get the ball rolling', means getting buy-in and interest from senior leaders and involvement of workers across all levels. Click here to download resources to assist you with this first important step.

2. Work out your needs

A review of your workplace needs will help you discover what health initiatives and policies are already in place. Then talk to your workers and assess their needs. 

For large workplaces where 50 or more workers complete a Brief Health Check, a summary report will help identify a priority health issue to address. The Brief Health Check is a completely free and confidential service delivered to individual workers. It provides immediate feedback on their personal health and their risk of developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease. 

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3. Prioritise a health issue and develop a plan

The process of working out your needs should have helped highlight key health issues facing your workers. The next step is to prioritise one particular health issue for your workplace health program to focus on. 

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4. Implement your program

Once you have a plan, it's time to put it into action. The first step is to promote your activities in a way that reaches all your workers. 

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5. Monitor and review

Your workplace health program is up and running! Keeping track of what your program is doing is the only way to see if you've achieved your goal. 

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