The interplay of behavioral and situational prevention is called the health cycle. The health cycle takes the four phases of the management cycle (plan-do-chck-act), and uses them for company health management: current situation analysis and goal setting, measuring and planning, implementing measures from a pilot report, testing feasibility, adjusting and rolling out the final product at the company.
At the beginning you have the necessary support from the executive board and managers. And determining a sensible, appropriate budget. Using these general conditions as a basis, you have to agree on both the various different measures for individual employees and for the organization based on everyone’s needs. Synergy effects are maximized through determining measures for healthier situations and individually developing health.