Investments In Health / Workplace Wellness Program

Report
Amal Madhi
MPH Capstone Project
May 2011
Capstone Supervisor: Laura Morlock
Capstone Advisor: David Celentano
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Introduction
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Purpose & Objectives
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Methodology
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Planning Framework
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Applied Theories
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Future Outlook
About ADMA-OPCO
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1.
DAS Island, ZAKUM Platform, and UMM Al Shaif Platform
Identified problem and its magnitudes
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1.
Obesity Among off shore worker
Health behavior problem
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1.
Over Eating
2.
Quality of food
3.
Lack of physical ctivity
1.
Reduce the increasing prevalence of obesity among off shore workers
2.
Reduce associated health consequences and the resulting burden of diseases
3.
Improve performance and productivity
4.
Create a sustainable health environment and culture
5.
Legal requirement: compliance with the Company Code of practice (COP) that
states people with BMI 35 and above are not allowed to work in DAS island and
people above BMI 30 are not allowed to work in the other off shore insulations
(ZAKUM & UMM Al SHAIF platform and attached rigs)
6.
Fulfill the duty of care the company has towards its employees, and the social
corporate responsibility the company is sharing with health authorities.
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Target Population
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Data Source
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Proposed Program Elements
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Proposed Program Timeframe
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Needed Resources and its Availability
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Stakeholders
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Communication Strategy
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Other Anticipated Challenges and
Recommendations
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Main Expected Outcomes and
Measures
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Program Evaluation Criteria and Time
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Evaluation Strategy
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Estimated Budget
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PROCEDE / PRECEDE Framework
◦ This model provides a template for the process of conceiving, planning,
implementing, and evaluating the intervention
◦ It is structured as a participatory model to incorporate ideas that will maximally
help achieve the program targets.
◦ This framework enables the program executers to collect more accurate
information.
◦ It helps building ownership of the intervention, leading to more organizational
support and a greater chance of success.
◦ It incorporates evaluation of the process, the intervention itself, and the final
outcome that allows momentum monitoring and response to gaps.
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Transtheoretical Model (TTM)
◦ This model would cover people at different stages that have different information
needs. It will allow putting the target population in the appropriate stage and
provide information, so that anticipated benefits from the intervention can be
achieved.
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Community Model (CM)
◦ This model addresses individuals, group, and organizational issues. It will enable
the implementation team to target different points on the organizational levels,
learn about their unique characteristics and develop interventions applicable to
that group.
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Social Cognitive Model (SCT)
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SCT theory explain that people learn others behaviors; therefore, participants will
have a role model who shares the same characteristics as the target population.
A selected Role Model is to be selected; i.e., the company CEO to launch the
program. The role model to be chosen will be based on popularity, power, trust
and preference
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Upon successful implementation of the program and objectives achievement, the
program is proposed to be cascaded to Das Island, Rigs, Mussafah Base and the
headquarter. The program is developed in such a way that makes it transferable and
adoptable by any organization therefore can easily be transferred to other sister
companies that share similar characteristics. by that we can achieve standardization
in health and safety level across the ADNOC group and companies
Our goal is: Sustainable Health via “Workplaces Wellness”

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