There are a number of resources and tools available to assist members of the Kentucky Employees' Health Plan (KEHP) and state employees who waive health insurance with KEHP, who are trying to create a healthy workplace. With such a diverse group of members across the state, working at a variety of different locations, one size does not fit all! If you want to help promote wellness at your worksite here is how you can get started!
A Go365 representative can come to your office and discuss setting up a health fair, health screening or health assessment day, or speak at your next worksite event about the importance of wellness and the resources available to you. Or just collaborate with you on new worksite wellness opportunities. You may even want to start your own worksite wellness coalition.
Contact us to get started.
Set up a biometric screening event at your workplace. A biometric screening day provides employees with an opportunity to know their health numbers, including cholesterol, glucose, BMI, waist circumference and blood pressure.
Schedule a free Biometric Screening day!
The Kentucky Employees' Health Plan is building a team of wellness champions. Champions are health plan members, and state employees who waive KEHP health insurance and who are championing wellness at their worksite. Champions are a helpful point of contact. If you want to learn more about worksite wellness opportunities,
Additional Resources for State Employees
Regardless of your health plan membership, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as an employer, provides state employees access to several worksite wellness programs. If you are not a state employee, please contact your employer's HR office to see what wellness resources may be offered.
A number of personal and professional development opportunities are available for state employees through the Kentucky Employees Assistance
Program (KEAP). Learn more about
State employees have nearly 100 different types of training classes they can attend online or in a classroom setting at the Governmental Services Center. Wellness-related trainings include: Conflict Management, Working Through Change, Coping with Difficult Behaviors and many more. Explore state employee training offerings.
Research suggests healthy employees are safe employees. In an effort to ensure a safe work environment, each agency has a safety coordinator. Contact your safety coordinator to make sure your worksite is safe and healthy. Visit the safety webpage by clicking
We can help you create a more comfortable work station through the use of ergonomic education. Contact the Personnel Cabinet at 502.564.6625 to learn more.