Workplace Violence & Harassment Training
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This course will introduce and define terms associated with workplace violence and harassment. Employers will be shown the necessary structure and elements of a Workplace Violence and Harassment program. It will also set out what workers need to understand about how to identify, report on and control undesirable behaviours in the workplace.
Workplace Violence & Harassment Training Modules
- Elements of a Typical Violence Program
- Control methods
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Price per course:
GVCA members receive a 15% discount on all online Health and Safety training.
To obtain your exclusive discount code, members can login into their My GVCA account or e-mail email@example.com. Questions? Call 519-622-4822 x 120
Who needs this training?
Everyone in an organization is required to abide by policies relating to workplace violence and harassment.
This would include workers, front line supervisors, managers and program administrators.
By the end of this course, participants should understand:
- The legal definition of the terms: violence and harassment
- The consequences of unaddressed inappropriate behaviours
- The scope of the problem in society
- The type and sources of workplace violence
- What does and does not constitute workplace harassment
- The significance of a workplace violence and harassment policy statement
- The elements of the workplace violence and harassment program
- How workplace risks are anticipated
- How identified risks might be controlled
- Protocols for reporting, investigating and reviewing incidents
- How to identify possible early warning signs of aberrant behaviour
This course will take approximately 50 minutes to complete
COMPLIANCE AND REGULATIONS:
All Grand Valley Construction Association online health and safety training courses have been developed according to stringent regulation and according to each Province’s legislation.