Ensuring the health and safety of all workers and maintaining a work place that is free from harassment and violence is a duty of the employer. This course is intended for supervisors, managers, committee members and health and safety representatives in the Canadian federal jurisdiction. It will expand upon the specific duties required of employer representatives, the power and role of the committee (right of participation), and legislative aspects such as work place assessments, implementing recommendations, resolution processes, record keeping, and reporting.
By completing this course, you will have a deeper understanding of the roles and legal responsibilities of the employer, and learn the steps involved in implementing a properly developed work place harassment and violence prevention program in compliance with the Canada Labour Code, Part II and the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations requirements.Note:
By buying this course you do NOT need to buy the Harassment and Violence Prevention for Employees
e-course. Its content is included in this course.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Know the responsibilities of employer representatives, supervisors, managers, and work place committee members and health and safety representatives
- Understand the elements of harassment and violence prevention in the work place
- Understand the aspects of an occupational health and safety program which include hazard prevention, risk assessment methods and resolution of occurrences
- Know how to identify work place harassment and violence, and realize the importance of reporting incidents
Duration: 2 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.