It is the employer’s duty to provide a healthy and safe workplace for all employees. As such, employers have the duty to investigate, record, and report all accidents, including occurrences of harassment and violence.
This course is intended for designated recipients and employers in federally regulated work places. It discusses the specific duties of the employer, including policy development, investigation techniques, processes, and program evaluation and the role of the designated recipient. It will help you apply the Canada Labour Code, Part II, including the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations so you can be prepared to prevent and respond to harassment and violence in your work place.Note:
By buying this course you do NOT need to buy Harassment and Violence Prevention for Employees
or Harassment and Violence Prevention for Managers and Committees/Representatives
. This course includes the content from those two courses.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Explain the role the designated recipient and employer in addressing harassment and violence
- Carry out your responsibilities in accordance with the Canada Labour Code, Part II including the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations
- Understand the importance of appropriate techniques for an effective discussion
- Explain the exchange of information that must take place when an investigation occurs
- Understand the role and importance of reporting in program evaluation
Duration: 3 hours
Note: When you click "Register", you will see the total amount that you would have to pay if you are not a Manitoba resident. During the "checkout" process, once you have confirmed that you are a Manitoba resident, the amount you see will be reduced to $0.
SAFE Work Manitoba covers the cost of this course through a partnership with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). Registration is limited to a total of 300 seats per company/organization inclusive of all CCOHS courses. Courses marked "free" are not part of this limitation.