Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment Training – Bill 132
The Occupational Health and Safety Act was amended with respect to violence and harassment in the workplace will be enforced by the Ministry of Labour inspectors.
The Act requires every employer in Ontario, to take specific steps, including developing a violence risk assessment and implementing a policy and program, to prevent and manage workplace violence and harassment.
- Legal duties of employers, officers, directors and supervisors to prevent and manage workplace violence
- Types of liability for failing to protect workers from workplace violence and harassment
- Defining workplace violence and harassment
- Identifying and assessing workplace violence risks
- How to conduct a workplace violence risk assessment
- Developing a workplace violence and harassment policy
- How to develop a comprehensive prevention program
- Dealing with work refusals related to violence and harassment
- Worker training
- Incident management and reporting
- Disciplining workers for violence/harassment
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Increase awareness of workplace violence and harassment and the harmful impacts on organizations and their employees
- Translate legislative requirements into active compliance
- Provide practical, hands-on solutions and tools
- Copy of MOL Guidelines, Workplace Violence and Harassment
- Risk Assessment forms – Supervisor and Worker
- Incident reporting forms
- Incident investigation forms
- Sample policy
Who should attend:
Operation managers, supervisors, workers’ compensation claims administrators, human resource managers, OHS managers, office managers, health and safety members and representatives.
We conduct Workplace Violence and Harassment Training in the following areas:
- Richmond Hill
- North York
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