Violence & Harassment Training was developed by CBHM to keep workplaces compliant within the Occupational Health & Safety guidelines. Employers are not expected to be experts in workplace violence & harassment. However, you are expected to have and maintain a general knowledge of the level of violence or harassment within your own industry and general location, as well as having the proper policies and procedures for dealing with violence & harassment when an indecent occurs in the workplace.Violence & Harassment Training

 Violence & Harassment Training Learning Objectives (8 Hours):

  • What does Bill 168 and 132 do?
  • What the OH&S Act says about violence & harassment
  • Risk Assessments and identifying areas to protect employees
  • Employer’s obligations regarding domestic violence, work refusals and training of employees
  • Implementing and enforcing workplace policies and programs regarding violence and harassment
  • What if it’s not you, bystander intervention
  • Conducting a workplace investigation

Violence & Harassment Training

Violence in the Workplace Defined:

  • Hitting
  • Pushing
  • Robbery
  • Physical Assault
  • Stalking
  • Threats of Violence
  • Attempts at Violence
  • Sexual Assault

Harassment in the Workplace Defined:

  • Teasing and Ridicule
  • Making Offensive Gestures
  • Spreading Rumours
  • Sexually suggestive gestures
  • Sexual innuendos
  • Intimidating or offensive jokes
  • Displaying or posting offensive pictures or written material
  • Shunning and Shaming
  • Asking inappropriate questions about ones sexual orientation or other protected personal status

 


Violence & Harassment Training Format


Overhead Crane On-Site Training