The California Fit Business Kit Tools


The California Fit Business Kit is a suite of ten tools designed to increase access to fruits and vegetables and physical activity during the workday. These tools can be used individually or as part of a comprehensive worksite wellness program. Most importantly, the tools can assist employers and employees who are interested in combating declining employee health and ever-increasing health care costs.

Tool Quick Links:

Tool 1: Check for Health 
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Check for Health    (PDF 365KB)

​Check for Health is an easy-to-use tool to assess your worksite and demonstrate a commitment to your employees' health. Check for Health will assist you in evaluating the culture of health in your organization and how well that culture supports employees' healthy eating and physical activity habits.
Tool 2: Establishing a Worksite Wellness Committee 
(PDF 157KB)
​When it comes to building a results-oriented, successful wellness program, establishing a Wellness Committee is a critical component. A cohesive, enthusiastic Wellness Committee has the potential to change people's lives and transform your organization into a healthier place to work.
Tool 3: Healthy Meeting Policies​​​​​​​
(PDF 302KB)
​Establishing Healthy Meeting Policies at your worksite can help you offer healthy choices during meetings, gatherings, and events. By doing so, you will be encouraging vitality and productivity among employees while also supporting workers' interest in healthy eating and physical activity.
Tool 4: Vending Machine Food and Beverage Standards
(PDF 315KB)
​In order to increase employee access to healthy food and beverage options at work, the Network for a Healthy California—Worksite Program encourages employers to implement healthy food and beverage standards in their onsite vending machines.
Tool 5: Healthy Dining Menu Guidelines 

(PDF 191KB)

​In order to increase employee access to healthy and tasty food options at work, the Network for a Healthy California—Worksite Program encourages employers to implement healthy dining menu standards at their onsite cafeterias or dining facilities. You'll be pleasantly surprised by the profitability of healthy menu options.
Tool 6: Ordering Farm Fresh Produce for Worksites
(PDF 199KB)
​This easy-to-use guide offers information on how to order boxes of fresh produce from local farmers for a quick delivery to your worksite.
Tool 7: Establishing a Worksite Farmers' Market
(PDF 178KB)
​This tool shows you how to set-up and maintain a farmers' market at or near your worksite so that you and your employees can conveniently shop for fresh fruits and vegetable every week.
Tool 8: Improving Worksite Stairwells
(PDF 278KB)​
​Stairwells are an inexpensive and effective way to add physical activity into your daily routine. This resource will provide you with the information you need to motivate and encourage all of your employees to take advantage of the health benefits that stairwells provide.
Tool 9: Establishing Worksite Walking Clubs 
(PDF 261KB)
​This guide gives you the steps you need to create a successful and sustainable Walking Club at your worksite and help re-energize your employees.
Tool 10: Take Action! Worksite Employee Wellness Program 
(PDF 153KB)​​​​
​The Take Action! Worksite Employee Wellness Program is a free, 10-week, web-based program that encourages employees to set individual fruit and vegetable and physical activity goals and to work in teams to meet or exceed their goals. The program also provides easy ways for employers to support the goals of their staff. The concept of Take Action! is based upon a worksite physical activity program that was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most recently, Take Action! received a prestigious award for its innovative web-based approach.