Go beyond. Your employees deserve respect in the workplace. If harassment does occur in any form, employees want to know that you're going above and beyond what is legally required to make them feel comfortable and safe again.
Prevent it before it happens. Find out how to build teams that discourage harassing behaviour.
Become an investigator. Despite harassment policies, complaints will arise. Learn how to follow best investigative practices and avoid common procedural errors.
Deal with the "he-said-she-said." It's not unusual to be faced with one-sided allegations. Learn important considerations for proper investigation and two key questions you should be asking.
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Who Should Attend:
- Chief executive officers
- Senior safety-management executives
- Professionals in managerial/safety supervisory roles
- Joint health and safety committee leaders
- Professionals in safety-sensitive jobs, including construction, transportation services, logistics, manufacturing, resource extraction and healthcare.
What You Will Learn:
- Warning signs of workplace harassment
- Develop an effective workplace-harassment policy
- Demonstrate due diligence and compliance
- Best practices on investigating harassment complaints
- Design preventive strategies
- Create a respectful work culture
- Training on acceptable behaviour