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Tools and toolkits for practitioners


Practitioners also need practical “how-to” information related to assessing, developing, implementing, managing, maintaining, and evaluating healthy workplace initiatives. The toolkit information below is to help and support practitioners in creating healthy workplace initiatives and supporting employees.


A hantavirus risk control program for employers and workers
Resource Type(s): Health promotion tool, Tool/toolkit
Source: WorksafeBC
Coping with critical incident stress at work
Resource Type(s): Healthy living info, Tool/toolkit
Source: WorksafeBC
Family violence: it's your business (a workplace toolkit)
Resource Type(s): Tool/toolkit
Source: New Brunswick Family Violence and the Workplace Committee
Flexible work arrangements
Resource Type(s): FAQ, Healthy living info, Tool/toolkit
JobQuality.ca
Resource Type(s): Key link, Tool/toolkit
Setting up an occupational health and safety program: a guide
Resource Type(s): Tool/toolkit
Source: Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour
Take care: how to develop and implement a workplace violence program
Resource Type(s): Health promotion tool, Tool/toolkit
Source: WorksafeBC
The farm business health model: a guide to developing and implementing the workplace health system for farm business
Resource Type(s): Tool/toolkit
The small business health model: a guide to developing and implementing the workplace health system in small businesses
Resource Type(s): Policy & research, Tool/toolkit
Workplace health promotion: assessing employees' health-related needs
Resource Type(s): Tool/toolkit
Source: Elgin St. Thomas Health Unit
Workplaces - walk this way
Resource Type(s): Tool/toolkit
Source: Elgin St. Thomas Health Unit
Workplaces that work: creating a workplace culture that attracts, retains and promotes women
Resource Type(s): Business case, Tool/toolkit
Source: Ontario Women's Directorate