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Understand the responsibilities and duties of managers and health and safety committees and representatives in preventing harassment and violence in federally regulated work places.
Single Seat (90 days access from date of purchase)
Multi-seat (1 year access from date of purchase)
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Ensuring the health and safety of all workers and maintaining a work place that is free from harassment and violence is a duty of the employer. This course is intended for supervisors, managers, committee members and health and safety representatives in the Canadian federal jurisdiction. It will expand upon the specific duties required of employer representatives, the power and role of the committee (right of participation), and legislative aspects such as work place assessments, implementing recommendations, resolution processes, record keeping, and reporting.
By completing this course, you will have a deeper understanding of the roles and legal responsibilities of the employer, and learn the steps involved in implementing a properly developed work place harassment and violence prevention program in compliance with the Canada Labour Code, Part II and the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations requirements.
Note: By buying this course you do NOT need to buy the Harassment and Violence Prevention for Employees e-course. Its content is included in this course.
Average time to complete this course is 120 minutes.
Supervisors, managers, and committee members in federally-regulated businesses and organizations.
Harassment and Violence Prevention for Employees helps workers understand harassment and violence in federally regulated work places, so they can learn how to minimize and prevent it.
If you are looking for information about understanding work place harassment and violence in federally regulated workplaces, and the specific duties required of the designated recipient and employers, please see Harassment and Violence Prevention for Designated Recipients and Employers.
Upon completion of the course and passing a final, multiple-choice exam, learners will be able to print a certificate of completion.
This course is delivered online. View the minimum system requirements to take this course.
CCOHS courses are unique in that they are developed by subject specialists in the field, and reviewed by representatives from labour, employers and government to ensure the content and approach are unbiased and credible.
We partnered with Vubiz - an international leader in e-learning development - to create this e-course.
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