A comprehensive approach puts policies and interventions in place that address multiple risk factors and health conditions concurrently and recognizes that the interventions and strategies chosen may influence multiple organization levels including individual employee behavior change, organizational culture, and the worksite environment. It is important for the overall workplace health program to contain a combination of individual and organizational level strategies and interventions to influence health. The strategies and interventions available fall into four major categories: •Health-related programs—opportunities available to employees at the workplace or through outside organizations to begin, change, or maintain health behaviors. •Health-related policies—formal or informal written statements that are designed to protect or promote employee health. They affect large groups of employees simultaneously. •Health benefits—part of an overall compensation package including health insurance coverage and other services or discounts regarding health. •Environmental supports— refer to the physical factors at and nearby the workplace that help protect and enhance employee health. Additionally, comprehensive workplace health programs can benefit from community linkages that are partnerships with surrounding community organizations to offer health-related programs and services to employees when the employer does not have the capacity or expertise to do so or provide support for healthy lifestyles to employees when not at the workplace