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Respectful Workplace Training

Sun Nov 24, 2019
ICG 669 Office
217-3823 Henning Drive Burnaby, BC
Registration Required
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Michelle Yardley

Respectful Workplace Training for Film Workers is designed specifically for professionals working in the film & TV industry. This course examines acceptable and unacceptable workplace behaviours, including those that are considered bullying and harassment.  

Using the Occupational Health & Safety lens, this day long course identifies the responsibilities of employers, supervisors, and workers with regard to prevention and response, and provides practical strategies to improve communication and create a positive workplace environment. 
  • Increase participants’ understanding of discrimination, bullying and harassment in the workplace.
  • Exploration of Cultural Sensitivity.
  • Explore relevant laws, WCB policies, the union’s collective agreement and employer’s policies to prevent and deal with discrimination, bullying and harassment.
  • Provide tools and examples of best practices for responding to bullying and harassment.
  • Our legal duties under the Workers Compensation Act.
  • Recognizing the potential for workplace bullying and harassment.
  • The legal duties of employers, workers, and supervisors for preventing and responding to workplace bullying and harassment.
  • Reporting procedures.
  • Dealing with incidents or complaints, including investigations.
  • What co-workers can do to stop bullying and harassment.
  • Understanding how you & others deal with conflict in the workplace.

This is a GREEN EVENT! 

·     Bring your own water bottle and coffee cup. 


·     Carpool if possible.


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