Health Links®

A healthier workplace is just around the corner. We’ll help you get there.

Health Links is a program that champions health and safety at work. We offer evidence-based advising and certification through our Healthy Workplace Assessment to help organizations and their team members achieve Total Worker Health®.

Assess
Take our quick Assessment to benchmark your efforts, identify critical next steps, and get certified as a Healthy Workplace.

Advise
Complete personalized virtual advising sessions to develop a Healthy Workplace Action Plan and track your goals.

Achieve
Access proven tools and trainings, get certified as a Healthy Workplace and achieve excellence in health and safety.

Impact


Worked with 762 organizations representing 452,639 workers

Hosted 1,426 advising sessions

71 webinars and 25,704 YouTube streams

Active in 16 business sectors

Expanded nationally to 13 states

Reporting period: March 1, 2013 - December 21, 2022

Workplace modules


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Mental health influences an individual’s production and interaction within the workplace. The Workplace Mental Health Module helps your organization assess its existing mental health supports and provides recommendations to meet the needs of your employees.
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Type 2 diabetes affects 1 in 10 people in America, and 9 in 10 people with prediabetes don’t know they have it. The Diabetes Prevention Module focuses on providing diabetes prevention options through certified providers to accommodate employers and at-risk employees in different industries and across urban and rural areas.
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Family-friendly workplace policies and practices can help your team members thrive at work and at home. By supporting the well-being of your employees, your organization can build a culture of trust and support that results in increased productivity, job satisfaction, and a happier and healthier workforce.
Food@Work

In partnership with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Colorado Healthy Hospital Compact, we’ve developed a survey and resources that workplaces can use to benchmark and learn best practices about serving food at work based on the Food Service Guidelines for Federal Facilities.

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In partnership with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, we’ve developed a survey and resources that workplaces can take advantage of to benchmark and learn best practices about these issues in an effort to promote a healthier lifestyle for employees.
View all modules at healthlinkscertified.org.

Education


Health Links hosts ongoing webinars discussing various Total Worker Health (TWH) topics in the workplace. Webinars feature expert speakers in health and safety, public health, and business and are designed to help educate and build skills among professionals.

Employer resources


View all resources at healthlinkscertified.org.

Case study: A culture of engagement


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We worked with White Construction Group (WCG) to help them put their people first and revamp the company’s culture of health and safety.

“It has always been our top priority to carefully consider how we treat our people.” — Chris Haugen, WCG President

View all case studies at healthlinkscertified.org.

Center for Health, Work & Environment

Colorado School of Public Health

CU Anschutz

Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place

Suite W3111

Mail Stop B119

Aurora, CO 80045


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