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Workplace Violence and Harassment - Essential Training for Employees (Canada)

Corridor offers a full suite of training on preventing, preparing, identifying and responding to violence in the workplace. Certain industries, including health care, education, transit, and even government, are more prone to violence than others. Employers also face financial costs for absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover and lower productivity related to the stress and mental health outcomes of harassment at work.

But make no mistake: Workplace violence can happen anywhere.

Employers in Canada have an obligation to comply with federal and provincial legislation and training requirements regarding workplace violence, bullying and harassment. Corridor’s Workplace Violence and Harassment training helps to raise awareness and educate your employees on their rights and responsibilities in this area. Our training ensures your employees know how to respond, obtain assistance and report cases of workplace violence and harassment, including domestic violence. This is a critical step in reducing the incidents of workplace violence. Providing proactive workplace violence training supports a safe and respectful work environment while minimizing the risk of violent incidents from occurring.

Topics to be Covered

  • What is Workplace Violence?
  • Psychological & Personal Harassment
  • Harassment vs. Bullying
  • Understanding Workplace Harassment
  • Sexual Violence
  • Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  • Who is Impacted
  • Victim Symptoms
  • Indirect Victims
  • Reluctance to Report Violence
  • Victim Support
  • Provincial & Federal Human Rights Legislation
  • Criminal Code of Canada
  • Occupation Health & Safety Legislation
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Management Responsibilities
  • Employee Responsibilities
  • Risk Overview
  • Job Associated Risks
  • Working Off-Site
  • Business Travel
  • Working Late
  • Working Alone
  • Witnessing Abuse
  • Being Accused of Bullying
  • Interacting with Aggressive Behavior
  • Handling Threats of Violence
  • Addressing Domestic Abuse/Violence

Now that you have worked through all the course modules, you are required to complete an exam on what you have learned, followed by submission of an acknowledgement regarding your understanding of your responsibilities.

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  • 6 Modules
  • 1 Quiz
  • 10 Scenarios
  • Final Exam

Duration:  1 hour

Passing Grade:  80%

Reporting: Printable Certificate of Completion

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