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1992 National survey of worksite health promotion activities.
NIOSH 1992 Jan; :1-34
In 1985, the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Public Health Service, funded a national survey to determine the degree of health promotion activities in the private sector. The study showed that the worksite was being used as a site for health promotion and provided baseline and tracking data to monitor national health objectives. The subsequent 1992 National Survey of Worksite Health Promotion Activities, described in this report, examined worksite health promotion and disease prevention activities in 1,507 private worksites in the United States. Specifically, the survey assessed the policies, practices, services and facilities, information, and activities sponsored by employers to improve the health of their of their employees, dependents, and retirees.
Health-programs; Health-surveys; Cardiovascular-disease; Carcinogens; Smoking; Physical-fitness
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