6140 Page 1 of 2 FOREST SERVICE MANUAL DENVER, CO FSM 6100 - Personnel Management R2 Supplement No. 6100-93-1 Effective June 18, 1993 POSTING NOTICE. Supplements to this title are numbered consecutively. Post by document name. Remove entire document and replace with this supplement. Retain this transmittal as the first page of this document. The last supplement to this Manual was Supplement 6100-90-3 to 6130. Page Code 6141.03 thru 6141.03a--6 6141.04b--1 thru 6141.04b--2 6143.03 Superseded Sheets 4 1 1 Supplements Covered R2 Supplement 217, 09/79 R2 Supplement 265, 06/86 Document Name 6140 Superseded New (Number of Pages) 2 Digest: Removes 6141 Employee Development and updates 6143 to electronic format. ELIZABETH ESTILL Regional Forester R2 SUPPLEMENT 6100-93-1 EFFECTIVE 6/18/93 6140 Page 2 of 2 TITLE 6100 - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 6143 - EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. 6143.03 - Policy. Recognizing the benefits of preventative action, the Rocky Mountain Region, as a part of its employee assistance program (CONCERN), establishes an Employee Wellness Program (Life Style Modification Program). It is understood and accepted that the Forest Service benefits and the general wellbeing and productivity of employees is enhanced when management provides and supports a program of employee wellness. It is policy that such a program will be established at the Regional and Forest level. The Regional Forester will provide broad guidelines, technical assistance, oversight and information to Forest Supervisors. Local programs will complement the needs of local management, the employee and families of employees. 1. Objective. The Rocky Mountain Region Life Style Modification program is designed to provide an organizational culture which encourages and rewards healthy employees, thereby enabling them to better cope with the variety of pressures that affect the organization, the individual and the individual's family. 2. Consideration for Regional Action Plan a. Each Forest will appoint a coordinator for the Employee Life Style Modification Program. This could be the CONCERN, Safety or any other person interested in and responsible for employee wellness. b. Regional Coordinator will hold a training session on the Program. c. Each Forest will prepare an Action Plan supplement to the R-2 Plan. d. Develop an inventory of the Program components available to meet the program objectives and distribute to Forests. e. Regional Forester "Kick Off" program at the Regional Management Team meeting. f. Regional Coordinator develop video tape of the RF/RMT discussion of the Program and distribute to Forests.