201009VANBUL | Workplace Bullying & Harassment BURNABY

201009VANBUL | Workplace Bullying & Harassment BURNABY

Kelly West No Comment

WORKPLACE BULLYING & HARASSMENT British Columbia’s WCB Board of Directors approved three new occupational health and safety workplace bullying and harassment policies, effective November 1, 2013. The new policies identify workplace bullying and harassment as a health hazard that must be controlled and provides the steps required to prevent or minimize it. The policies define bullying and harassment and identify reasonable steps for employers, workers and supervisors to take to prevent or minimize workplace bullying and harassment. Joint Health & Safety Committee members, Employers and Worker Representatives need to be educated about the new workplace bullying and harassment policies and requirements. This course provides an understanding of the new legislation and the steps employers need to take in order to comply. In this course participants will:

  • Define workplace bullying and harassment and provide examples of behaviours that constitute bullying and harassment as well as behaviours that do not.
  • Recognize the negative effects workplace bullying and harassment has on individuals and on the workplace itself.
  • Describe the duties of employers, supervisors and workers with respect to the new Workplace Bullying and Harassment policies.
  • Identify the nine specific steps employers need to complete to be in compliance with the new Workplace Bullying and Harassment policies.
Audience: OH&S Committee Members, Managers, Worker Representatives and Supervisors. *A half-day version of this eight-hour course for Workers & Management general awareness is available on request. Request ‘B&H Short’.

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  • October 9, 2020
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Event Location

Lower Mainland - Firefighter's Public House

Address:
6515 Bonsor Ave, Banquet Hall 2nd floor, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, V5H 3E8

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