This certification course is for workers, supervisors, and JHS committees.
WORK PLACE BULLYING
Bullying occurs when an employee experiences a persistent pattern of mistreatment from others in the workplace that causes harm. It can include such tactics as verbal, nonverbal, psychological, physical abuse and humiliation.
WHY TRAINING IMPORTANT?
Understanding workplace bullying can reduce work place disruptions and increase productivity all while improving worker moral.
WHY ONLINE TRAINING?
Sending workers into the classroom for training means time off the job site, less production, and a higher cost to companies.
With online training, workers can prevent injuries on the job, learn at their own pace, review material more than once to refresh learning and a shorter training time is required (no lunch breaks, etc.)
Company benefits include the assurance that your workers are trained according to WCB regulations, preventing injuries, not having to pay for a training facility, no loss of production, can ensure completion of the course (completion certificates provided), and you're meeting your COR requirements.
- Bully 1
- What does Bullying and Harassment Mean in Your Workplace?
- Bully 2
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction - It's Personal
- Bully 3
- Worker-to-Worker Bullying and Harassment
- Bully 4
- Employer Addresses a Bullying and Harassment Complaint
- Bully 5
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction - Not part of the Job - Scenario #1
- Bully 6
- When the Employer is the Bully
- Bully 7
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction: I Was a Bully
- Bully 8
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction: Effect on Safety
- Bully 9
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction: Not Part of the Job (Scenario 2)
- Bully 10
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction: Not Part of the Job (Scenario 3)
- Bully 11
- Bullying and Harassment in Construction: How Does It Stop?