The CHAA is under construction as we make revisions to the application and timeline for the Award. New materials will be posted within the next 6 months. If you have any questions about the Award, please contact Julie Ording at email@example.com.
The Corporate Health Achievement Award (CHAA) is an exciting opportunity to recognize organizations with exemplary health, safety, and environmental programs. Participating organizations submit a comprehensive application about their program and undergo a rigorous review by an expert panel to assess four key categories: Leadership & Management, Healthy Workers, Healthy Environment, and Healthy Organization. Awards have been given to deserving organizations in manufacturing and service sectors, including city health departments, federal agencies, and healthcare systems. Also, certificates of merit have been bestowed for model programs noted as sections of applications.
The Corporate Health Achievement Award (CHAA)
Complete the self-assessment and see how your organization measures up!
The purpose of the Corporate Health Achievement Award (CHAA) is:
The CHAA was established in 1996. Financial support for the award came initially from charter sponsors with ACOEM and now GlaxoSmithKline is the co-sponsor with ACOEM.
By applying for the award, organizations have the opportunity to:
The CHAA is now open to smaller organizations!
North American organizations (including manufacturing, service, government, for profit or non-profit) with 500 or more workers may apply.
The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) is the nation's largest organization of occupational and environmental physicians and other healthcare professionals who promote the health and safety of people in the workplace and environment through preventive services, clinical care, research and education.
- One of the world's leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare
companies, GlaxoSmithKline is committed to improving the quality of human
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