Our library of workplace health resources provides credible and actionable guidance to make improvements in your workplace health program and culture of health environment. With a healthier workforce comes happier employees, improved morale, and increased productivity leading to lower healthcare costs. Protect your most important asset – your employees.

    • AHA 2018 HarrisPoll Employees believe employers should play a role in supporting their mental health
      According to a Harris Poll online survey from September 5 - 18, 2018 on behalf of the American Heart Association among 1,041 U.S. adults 18+ who work full time or part time at an organization with 25 or more people, and their employer offers health ...
    • Image of Workplace Policy and Position Papers website Workplace Policy and Position Papers
      Access the most current policy and position papers on Employer-Sponsored Health, Safety and Well-being Initiatives from the American Heart Association advocacy department. Workplace Policy and Position Papers
    • Image of Workplace Health Playbook website Workplace Health Playbook
      The AHA Workplace Health Playbook is an online employer resource that offers evidenced-based and actionable advice to evaluate and improve workplace health programs. AHA scientists have identified seven pillars of effective workplace health programs and partnered with leading workplace health experts at the Johns Hopkins ...
    • Image of Workplace Health Achievement Index website Workplace Health Achievement Index (American Heart Association Index) Resources
      The American Heart Association Index is designed to help your organization assess the quality, comprehensiveness, and effectiveness of your workplace health promotion & well-being programs. It is composed of three sections: (1) organizational and workforce demographics; (2) 55 structure and process measures and, (3) performance ...
    • Healthy for Life® 20 By 20
      Infographic on empowering Americans to make healthy food, nutrition and lifestyle choices
    • Cover of Resilience in the Workplace “Resilience in the Workplace” 2017 report
      Inspired by the AHA’s CEO Roundtable members and the Center for Workplace Health Research and Evaluation the Resilience in the Workplace report provides employers with emerging and suggested practices to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of resilience training programs for employees. With stress weighing heavily ...
    • Image of Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit
      The American Heart Association’s Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit was created to help organizations improve their food environment and promote a culture of health. It provides practical action steps and suggestions that are easy to understand and apply.
    • Image of Recognition in Forbes Centennial issue Recognition in Forbes Centennial issue
      Promoting a Culture of Health and Well-Being in the Workplace.
    • Image of artwork on the front page of Free Digital Magazines Supporting Employee Health Free Digital Magazines Supporting Employee Health
      Provide your employees with award-winning heart health content. Heart Insight & Stroke Connection magazines bring prevention information, tips for improving heart health and managing risk factors, heart-healthy recipes and encouraging and inspirational stories from others who’ve been there.
    • Image of Workplace Healthy Hearts website Workplace Healthy Hearts
      The American Heart Association offers both classroom and blended learning First Aid CPR training solutions for your workforce. Select the training solution that best fits your needs.
    • Image of Healthy For Life website Healthy For Life
      The Healthy For Life Educational Experiences offer employers a dynamic, interactive curriculum that teaches about healthy food, cooking skills, grocery shopping and overall wellbeing. This tool can help engage, empower and equip your employees with hands-on skills and knowledge.
    • Image of Healthy For Good website Healthy For Good
      Healthy For Good™ is a movement to inspire all Americans to live healthier lives and create lasting change. It focuses on the simple idea that making small changes today can create a difference. The movement is built on four pillars: Eat Smart. Add Color. Move ...
    • Image of AHA’s 2nd Annual Workplace Health Summit AHA’s 2nd Annual Workplace Health Summit
      Access the latest research and best practices in workplace health and wellness as presented at the AHA's second annual Workplace Health Summit held on November 11 in New Orleans, LA.
    • Image of the 2016 Employee Health Survey The 2016 Employee Health Survey
      This 2016 Employee Health Survey conducted by Nielsen on behalf of the CEO Roundtable provides actionable guidance to employers to build a corporate culture of health and improve employee health and well-being in areas important to employees. The insights provide a valuable framework for companies ...
    • Image of Workplace Walking Program Kit Workplace Walking Program Kit
      Step Away From Your Desk! The American Heart Association’s Workplace Walking Program Kit encourages companies to give employees an excuse to get away from their desks and take the first step on the path to wellness.
    • Image of My Life Check User Guide My Life Check User Guide
      The My Life Check - User Guide provides instructions to companies using My Life Check on how to access their secure, password protected admin portal for creating and updating a company profile, and viewing and printing dashboard reports of aggregate employee data.
    • Image of My Life Check Rollout Guide My Life Check Rollout Guide
      This My Life Check Rollout Guide (PDF) provides recommendations and tools for employers participating with the My Life Check tool, on how to communicate and roll the program out to their employees/eligible population with a four-phased approach—Preparation, Launch, Follow-Up and Maintenance.
    • Image of CEO Roundtable Tobacco Policy Paper CEO Roundtable Tobacco Policy Paper
      Implementing comprehensive tobacco policies in the workplace can rapidly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, gradually reduce the additional risk for cancers, improve worker productivity and therefore reduce the direct and indirect medical costs of tobacco use.