3 PARTICIPANTS Online Bullying and Harassment Training BC
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Online Bullying and Harassment Training BC
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In November 2013, the British Columbia’s Workers Compensation Act (WorkSafeBC) was amended to include three new policies addressing workplace bullying and harassment. Sections 115, 116 and 117 of the Act set out the general duties of employers, workers and supervisors. All employers in BC are required to train their Supervisors and Employees on recognizing the potential for bullying and harassment, responding to bullying and harassment, and procedures on reporting bullying and harassment incidents. Bullying and harassment in the workplace can take many forms, including verbal aggression, personal attacks, and other intimidating or humiliating behaviors. If workplace bullying and harassment is not addressed, it can lead to lost productivity, anxiety, and depression. An employer has a duty to ensure the health and safety of its workers, and as a result, employers must take all reasonable steps to prevent where possible, or otherwise minimize, workplace bullying and harassment. Workplace bullying and harassment can lead to injury, illness or death. Our Online Bullying and Harassment Training Course also includes sections on sexual harassment (human rights code) in the workplace.
COURSE LENGTH: 1.5 to 2 Hours
WorkSafeBC Applicable Regulations Review
Responsibilities: Employer, Employee and Supervisors
What is Bullying and Harassment?
Why is Bullying and Harassment an issue in the workplace?
Consequences of Bullying and Harassment
Examples of Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
Examples of What is Not Considered Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
Developing Bullying and Harassment Policies
Employee Training Requirements
Reporting Bullying and Harassment Incidents
Code of Conduct
Dealing with Bullying and Harassment Incidents
Incident Investigation Procedures
How to Stop Bullying and Harassment
Talking to an Alleged Bully
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
False Accusations & Annual Review
Once you have successfully made your purchase - all study material and exams will be automatically forwarded to your provided email address. Download the study material and forward the study material to the other students (if required). Complete the final exam and forward all the exam(s) pages to the email provided to you - by PDF scan document or by taking pictures of each exam page (information will be provided on the final exam copies). The exam is mostly multiple choice but does have some written component sections. Your exam(s) will then be marked by one of our consultants and your signed certificate of completion will be forwarded to you by email within 1 to 2 business days. We will match the incoming number of exams to your order total. Certificate of completion is valid for 2 years. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course three times in efforts to achieve the pass mark (no one fails the course).