Thank you for participating in Walk Out On Your Job! We have created a list of resources for you and your coworkers to use at your workplace. Most adults spend lots of time at work. We must have healthy habits at work if we are going to live a healthy lifestyle.
Most people get confused by the word health policy. Health policies are formal or informal statements designed to protect or promote employee health. A simple health policy could be you and your coworkers pledge to walk for 10 minutes everyday during the work day. That is a simple health policy designed to get everyone moving!
A good policy looks at the problem in your workplace. What is keeping you and your coworkers from being healthy at work? What are simple changes that you can make to create a healthier environment? No smoking on campu
s, mandatory walks, or only drinking water at while at work are just a few examples of policies that could create a healthier work environment.
The CDC has created an assessment for you to use. This can help you determine what kind of policy would be good at your workplace!
CDC Policy Assessment | Link
Walking Printable Flyers
Use these printable flyers for encouragement and tips to stay physically active at your workplace. Find a good place in your office to post them. Change them out every month to keep your co-workers engaged in new topics!
Walking Motivation | Download Here
Stair Motivation | Download Here
Walking Plan Flyers
The CDC has put together fliers for a walking program. Use these to help your co workers start and stick to a walking plan!
Get Started | Download Here
Fit It in | Download Here
Stick With It | Download Here
Ramp It Up | Download Here
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We are committed to creating a healthy community by providing education and resources in order to make the healthy choice the easy choice.