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Certified Healthy Oklahoma Business Program
The Certified Healthy Oklahoma Business Program is sponsored by The Oklahoma Academy for State Goals, the Oklahoma Turning Point Council, The State Chamber and the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
The Program began in 2003 recognizing those businesses (both profit and non-profit) that are working to improve Oklahoma's health status by providing health and wellness opportunities for their employees. The Program also supports broader efforts aimed at improving Oklahoma's health status, such as the Strong and Healthy Oklahoma Initiative.
Thus far, more than 880 businesses have been certified. Certification requirements vary by size of workplace, but in general, they include providing employee health screenings, workplace health education, opportunities for physical exercise activities, management support for healthy workplace environments, and sharing wellness activities within their respective communities. Those workplace categories are: small (1-25 employees), medium (26-100 employees), medium-large (101-500 employees), large (501-999 employees) and corporate (1,000 or more employees).
To view previous years, please click on that year on the left.
For more information and to review the criteria, please click here.
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