In this course, you can expect to learn how to take proactive steps, respond appropriately, record, report, prevent and provide continued training for workplace violence and harassment, including sexual violence and harassment.
Ensure your staff is up-to-date on your organization's legal responsibilities surrounding workplace harassment and violence prevention. Call (705) 268-6492 to enroll your employees today.
New Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations
Understanding how the new workplace harassment and violence prevention regulations affect your federally regulated business is a critical factor in remaining in compliance with federal law. Save time and resources by partnering with us for a comprehensive course that has been put together by the experienced lawyers at our firm.
During our training, we offer explanations that clearly outline the changes made to previous legislation, so your staff understands each obligation employers face under the new bill. We also walk you through the new method for reporting and investigating complaints and incidents in detail.
Our courses are designed for:
- Upper management
Your health and safety committee or Human Resources department will play a new role in this process. Employees need to understand their new roles.
Connect with us to learn more about how to enroll or to request an estimate on course enrollment fees for large groups.
Training Requirements Under Bill C-65
As of January 1, 2021, the training requirements under Bill C-65 make it clear that federally regulated workplaces must provide violence and harassment prevention training to all workplace members.
As course providers, we've built our training sessions around answering the following questions:
- What constitutes harassment, bullying, sexual harassment and violence
- Which conduct is not considered harassment
- The meaning of lateral violence and how it affects individuals and businesses
- The new method for reporting complaints and logging incidents
- The new methods that must be used to investigate each complaint
- If employers and supervisors can be held liable for incidents that happen at work
- Employer obligations
- Identifying risk factors and how to prevent them
- Considerations for emergencies
A certificate of participation will be issued at the completion of each course. Get in touch for more details.
Register Now to Meet Your Bill C-65 Obligations
Suzanne Desrosiers Professional Corporation and the SDLaw e-Learning & Training Centre strives to help you fulfill your Bill C-65 obligations by providing accredited training packages tailored to your business. Choose from the option of in-person seminars or self-paced webinars for your convenience.
Reserve space in our courses for employees from all levels of your organization. Dial (705) 268-6492 to get started with a risk-free consultation.