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Center for Executive and Continuing Professional Education Course

Work, Health, and Well-being: Frameworks, Evidence, and Applications
Offered through the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, this course explores an integrated approach to workplace health and safety that helps organizations:

  • Improve employee health
  • Promote healthy behaviors
  • Improve work-life balance for employees
  • Ensure safer, healthier work environments
  • Improve employee health
  • Reduce health-related costs

Participants finish the course with the skill set they need to integrate occupational health and safety efforts with health promotion programs. Students learn to:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of workplace health strategies
  • Implement outcome measurement programs
  • Assess the financial impact of integrated employee safety and health initiatives
  • Make the business case for an integrated approach and effectively communicate its value proposition
  • Develop a roadmap for integrating occupational safety and health promotion programs in their organizations
  • Implement integrated employee health programs to improve working conditions, with proven strategies and practical tips