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  • Association for Worksite Health Promotion (USA) - "a not-for-profit network of worksite health promotion professionals dedicated to sharing the best-of-practice methods, processes and technologies. Since 1974, AWHP members have been advancing worksite health promotion throughout the world, and advancing their own careers through the many educational, resource and recognition opportunities offered by AWHP" - this organization is very much in the tradition of employee assistance programs (EAP) and of wellness and fitness programs, i.e. its focus lies on behavior modification rather than on changing working conditions to become conducive to health

  • Cornell University Ergonomics Web - rich resources on designing workplaces conducive to health

  • Global Labour Directory of Directories - provides the best access to labor web-sites worldwide

  • Health Canada - Workplace health - access to governmental activities and programs

  • National Institute of Health, Worksite Health Promotion Program (USA) - "offers NIH employees opportunities to learn and practice healthful behaviors and to integrate health promotion and disease prevention activities into all aspects of work life"

  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (USA) - "a Division within American Psychological Society (APS) that is also an organizational affiliate of APS. The Society's goal is to promote human welfare through the various applications of psychology to all types of organizations providing goods and services, such as manufacturing concerns, commercial enterprises, labor unions or trade associations, and public agencies. The purposes of the Society are scientific, professional, and educational and not for financial gain"

  • University of California, Irvine, School of Social Ecology, Health Promotion Center - focus on environmental and worksite health promotion

  • University of Nottingham (UK), Institute of Work, Health, and Organisations - incorporates the Centre for Organisational Health and Development, a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre in Occupational Health, and the Centre for Health Services Management (CSHM)

  • VicHealth Workplace Health Promotion - describes concept and strategies of worksite health promotion favored by VicHealth, an Australian Health Promotion Foundation located in Melbourne

  • Women-Friendly Workplace Campaign (USA) - end workplace discrimination and abuse and encourage employers to have family-friendly policies

  • Workplace Solutions (USA) - "a non-profit consortium of professionals in the fields of Conflict Resolution and Crisis Management who have pooled their experience, skills and insights in order to meet a pressing need for effective action. Workplace Solutions was founded with aid from the Hewlett Foundation in the belief that collaborative problem-solving and a team-based, proactive approach, involving all stakeholders, is essential to ensuring employee health, workplace safety and business success"

  • Worksite Wellness Programs: A Health Promotion Initiative (USA) - a guide to worksite health promotion provided by Claudia Nieves-Velasquez (Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University)

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