Workplace Violence and Harassment Resolution for Federal Organizations
1 HOUR SELF-PACED ONLINE COURSE
Ensure your organization understands the appropriate Workplace Violence and Harassment Resolution Process, including the important role of the Designated Recipient.
$49 per person
Understand the Resolution Process
This self-paced, one-hour online course will help employees undertaking the role of the Designated Recipient respond appropriately to complaints of workplace violence or harassment.
Per Bill C-65, Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations legislate how federally-regulated employers prevent and respond to workplace violence and harassment. The regulations introduced the requirement for the employer to designate a person as the Designated Recipient to whom a Notice of an Occurrence (of workplace violence or harassment) may be provided.
This course will help employees who have been appointed the role of Designated Recipient understand their responsibilities, particularly what to do when they receive a notice of occurrence and appropriate resolution responses.
For HR Professionals and Designated Recipients
This course is designed for organizations that are federally regulated under the Canada Labour Code. In particular, for:
- Employees who are undertaking the role of Designated Recipient for their organization
- HR Professionals working in an organization regulated under the Canada Labour Code
- Leaders who want to understand more about the Workplace Harassment and Violence resolution process
*This course does not apply to provincially-regulated organizations.
What You’ll Learn
- How to effectively and appropriately respond to notices of occurrences of violence and harassment in the workplace
- The role and responsibilities of the Designated Recipient
- How to implement the appropriate resolution option as outlined in the Canada Labour Code regulations
Earn a Certificate
After you have completed the course, you will be able to download and print a certificate of completion.
Ensure your HR team and Designated Recipients understand the Workplace Harassment and Violence Resolution Process