Other Preventive Health Screenings Toolkits
The toolkits in this section are designed specifically for work sites to encourage preventive health screenings and may contain checklists, step-by-step guides, budgets, and other tools that aid in program planning, design, and management. Before implementing any of these interventions, the toolkits should be selected and evaluated based on the identified needs of your employee population. Fees may also be associated with some of these toolkits.
CDC toolkits are designated with .
Worksite Resource Kit [PDF-565k]
This Worksite Resource Kit was designed by the Colorado Physical Activity and Nutrition Program for all work sites to gain resources and program ideas to start or further work site wellness initiatives. This kit primarily focuses on improving physical activity and nutrition, but also includes an array of strategies and action steps for conducting health fairs and preventive health screenings.
Diabetes and the Workplace: How Employers Can Implement Change [PDF-3Mb]
The Taking on Diabetes Initiative, a joint initiative of the American Association of Health Plans and the American Diabetes Association, developed this toolkit to provide a blueprint for employers on how to design and implement a diabetes management program.
Doing Well by Being Well: Designing Win-Win Employee Wellness Programs
Developed by the Healthy Ohioans Business Council, this guide includes a health fair planning guide, resources to help develop a work site wellness program, and examples of strategies and tactics that have proven successful in the Ohio business community.
Health Fairs: Bring Healthy Events to Your Employees [PDF-57k]
As part of their Wellness in Action at Work toolkit, BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania offers planning steps and a vendor needs assessment form to organize a health fair at your work site.