Creating Safe Workplace Together: Bill 168 Violence and Harassment Training

Duration 1/2 day

Learning Objectives
• The meaning and history of Bill 168
• The definition of harassment
• The means to understand, identify and handle violence and harassment situations in the workplace
• How to assess risk
• How to develop clear internal policies and procedures pertaining to workplace harassment
• How to monitor and prevent workplace violence and harassment
• Employer and staff responsibilities as it relates to Bill 168 and workplace harassment

Course Benefits
• A greater appreciation of Bill 168
• An understanding of the importance of having a workplace violence prevention program in place in their respective organizations
• Best practices in decreasing and addressing workplace harassment
• A better understanding of the impact of Bill 168/workplace harassment on various industries

Target Audience
• New and/or current supervisors and managers would benefit from this course.

Contact Information
Timmins Campus
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 2270