Registration and Submission Checklist
Use this checklist when you register on the CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard (HSC) Web site and prepare to create and submit your HSC. The items in this checklist correspond to questions and topics in the HSC. Having the following information contained in the checklist available when you complete the HSC will make it easier to answer all the questions.
Anyone who is responsible for promoting health in the workplace can use the HSC to set benchmarks and track improvements in their organization. Examples include employers, human resource managers, health benefit managers, health education staff, occupational nurses, medical directors, and wellness directors.
State or local health departments can help employers and business coalitions use this tool to find ways to create healthier workplaces. They can also use this tool to monitor worksite practices, create best practice benchmarks, and track improvements in health promotion programs in the workplace over time. This information can help health departments direct their resources and support employers more effectively.
To complete the HSC, you will need a variety of information about your organization. This information will come from different sources, depending on your workplace. Some information will be readily available, while some may need to be requested from a third party. For information that is not currently available, you will have to decide whether to collect it or not. The following type of information is included in the registration and submission checklist:
- Employer contact information
- Workforce demographics
- Team member contact info who will participate in completing the CDC Worksite Health Scorecard
- Information on worksite policies, communications, and benefits related to health
- Page last reviewed: June 2, 2014
- Page last updated: June 2, 2014
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