Evaluating Your Workplace Violence and Harassment Program – On-site
Incidents of workplace violence and harassment can have devastating consequences. They can affect workplace communication, production, morale, and the general sense of personal well-being.
Since 2010, when Bill 168 was passed, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires employers to develop, implement, and maintain policies and programs regarding workplace violence and harassment (WVH).
This workshop is designed to provide guidance on how to successfully evaluate your workplace violence and harassment policy and program, and ensure that you incorporate all of the new changes required with the passing of Bill 132.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to;
- Evaluate the effectiveness your workplace violence and harassment program
- Identify legislative changes based on Bill 132
- Identify gaps in your program
- Make recommendations to improve your program
- Network with your peers
Coil-bound Participant’s Manual, including the policy, program, and training review tool, wall certificate and, record of attendance
Managers, supervisors, JHSC members, safety representatives, Human Resource Professionals and, Workplace Violence and Harassment Program administrators
OHSA s.32.0.2(1) & s.32.0.6(1)