Private Sector Best Practices

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3. We embrace and value wellness It is one of the pillars of our corporate culture. A culture where associates are encouraged to align with their passion, live to the fullest, hold each other accountable, and encourage the best in one another. A lot of companies donít believe that people can change. They reimburse health memberships, or build a workout facility as a tool to retain the top 10% and if others use it then that is great. We donít just settle for that. We believe and know that we can encourage and inspire people to make lasting positive change. We embrace and value wellness It is one of the pillars of our corporate culture. A culture where associates are encouraged to align with their passion, live to the fullest, hold each other accountable, and encourage the best in one another. A lot of companies donít believe that people can change. They reimburse health memberships, or build a workout facility as a tool to retain the top 10% and if others use it then that is great. We donít just settle for that. We believe and know that we can encourage and inspire people to make lasting positive change.

4. Our approach is an expanded version of the mind, body and spirit concept. We know that a combination of these 7 components has a powerful impact on the body. We incorporate them in every aspect of our delivery systems. Our approach is an expanded version of the mind, body and spirit concept. We know that a combination of these 7 components has a powerful impact on the body. We incorporate them in every aspect of our delivery systems.

5. Wellness coaching to assist people in their efforts to take charge of their health HP: Comprehensive offering to include tobacco cessation, stress management, nutrition, healthy cooking, functional exercise, marriage enrichment, personal finance, mind-body connection, time management, hiking, rafting, fly fishing, and community service opportunities. Family pedometers challenges to encourage families to exercise together, Celebration award prizes. Kids in on it dangerous. Care Team to provide support in times of crisis, illness or bereavement. Wellness coaching to assist people in their efforts to take charge of their health HP: Comprehensive offering to include tobacco cessation, stress management, nutrition, healthy cooking, functional exercise, marriage enrichment, personal finance, mind-body connection, time management, hiking, rafting, fly fishing, and community service opportunities. Family pedometers challenges to encourage families to exercise together, Celebration award prizes. Kids in on it dangerous. Care Team to provide support in times of crisis, illness or bereavement.

6. Aggregate risk factors: obesity, nominal exercise, low fiber diet, tobacco use. Outcome Oriented: biometric results rather than just self report activities Self Efficacy: important for people to gain confidence/ realize success. Aggregate risk factors: obesity, nominal exercise, low fiber diet, tobacco use. Outcome Oriented: biometric results rather than just self report activities Self Efficacy: important for people to gain confidence/ realize success.

7. Areas in which Associates earn points and which we provide incentives. PWP: Blood draw, Blood Pressure, RHR, Hip/Waist, Height/Weight, Flexibility Bonus Events 5 points for each hour they volunteer at a humanitarian, church or civic organization. Areas in which Associates earn points and which we provide incentives. PWP: Blood draw, Blood Pressure, RHR, Hip/Waist, Height/Weight, Flexibility Bonus Events 5 points for each hour they volunteer at a humanitarian, church or civic organization.

8. 84% Expressed that the Wellness Program made them feel healthier, + energetic, + creative, + productive Savings also includes family members on our plan. We know that impacting one person in the work place can make a great difference in the home.84% Expressed that the Wellness Program made them feel healthier, + energetic, + creative, + productive Savings also includes family members on our plan. We know that impacting one person in the work place can make a great difference in the home.

13. Michelin Wellness Center Donaldson Center Campus WorkWell Occupational Health Bon Secours St. Francis Health System Brian Ilcheson, MS, AT,C, CSCS Wellness Coordinator

14. Topics Wellness Program at Michelin Mission Statement Specific Wellness Initiatives Best Practices

15. ďI donít have time to exerciseĒ

16. Michelin Wellness Center Mission Statement In keeping with the companyís mission of satisfying the needs of our customers, we are committed to reducing both the operating cost of the company and the personal health related cost of employees. We accomplish this by providing work and lifestyle related health enhancement opportunities that focus on risk reduction, health education, physical fitness, work hardening, and recreation for all employees.

17. Michelin Wellness Center A fully equipped fitness center: Cardiovascular Strength equipment Aerobics room Physical therapy room Conference room Open to all employees, spouses, and retirees 24 hours a day, seven days per week to accommodate all work schedules

18. Wellness Initiatives

19. Wellness Initiatives Health Education Back Care Nutrition Cholesterol Control Blood Pressure Control Weight Management Control

20. Wellness Initiatives Physical Conditioning Exercise Testing Incentive Contests Exercise Prescription Physical Conditioning

21. Wellness Initiatives Injury Prevention/Return-to-Work Programming Job Post Analysis case management team ergonomics team Job Post Conditioning New Hire Job Post Conditioning (Work Wise) Return-to-Work Job Hardening (Bounce Back)

22. Work Wise Consists of four phases: Job sight analysis Musculoskeletal Health Development job specific work hardening program Implementation of exercise prescription

23. Work Wise Job Analysis Aerobic nature of job Muscular strength/endurance demands Flexibility/muscle imbalance issues Body mechanics/movement patterns

24. Work Wise Musculoskeletal Health Health history Current Complaints Past injuries Signs of muscle system imbalance Tight thoracic musculature Weak postural muscles Measure muscular strength/endurance Measure trunk flexibility

25. Work Wise Develop/Implement job specific work hardening exercise prescription Job specific muscles/ movement patterns Job post body mechanics training Nutrition and shift work education Ergonomic principles

26. Conclusion Benefits: Increase safety Increase self confidence Increase productivity Increase exercise adherence/continuance 90% Continue to participate in Wellness Programming Typically these are historically non-exercisers Increase awareness of health services to augment early reporting of sign/symptoms

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