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    • Alternative Title:
      Work@Health
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      Work@HealthTM is a comprehensive workplace health training program that will support 600 employers of various sizes, industry sectors, and geographic areas as well as other participants who support employer workplace health efforts such as health departments, business coalitions, and trade associations. The program will help employers develop a skill set and capacity to build or enhance a science-based workplace health program through basic and intermediate level training. The program will enroll 540 employers to participate in training through 1 of 3 training models (online, hands-on, and a blend of online and hands-on), and 60 participants (employers and other organizations) that will participate through a train-the-trainer model. The training curricula will be supplemented with additional technical assistance and funding support to assist these participants in establishing effective workplace health programs or training others.
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