Ben Snyman, CEO & Founder
October 31, 2017 – Calgary, AB – SafetyVantage Inc.
SafetyVantage is pleased to announce the release of their Workplace Violence and Harassment Awareness online training course.
According to Statistics Canada, there are approximately 350,000 cases of workplace violence every year. You may think that you are excluded from that statistic, however if you’ve been threatened, pushed, had something thrown at you, or been ridiculed or humiliated at work, then you’ve experienced workplace violence.
Recognizing violence is the first step toward preventing it. Workplace violence is the threatened, attempted, or actual conduct of a person that causes or is likely to cause an incident, including any threatening statement or behaviour that gives an employee reasonable cause to believe that they’re at risk of an incident. Any forms of:
- Physical assaults
- Harassing surveillance
- Threatening phone calls
- Threatening electronic communication
- Possession or use of weapons
are considered workplace violence, and any of them can lead to an incident, if they’re left unchecked. Workplace violence can make you feel alone and powerless.
The SafetyVantage Workplace Violence & Harassment Awareness course enables workers to recognize workplace violence for what it is, and provides them with the knowledge needed to take action. The course covers the topics of avoidance, de-escalation, and protection when the employees encounter workplace violence.
The course is delivered online and includes interactive exercises and quizzes. Once a learner successfully completes the course a training certificate is issued online.
Take Workplace Violence and Harassment Awareness now – $34.95
SafetyVantage is a leading provider of technology-based educational curriculum and assessment solutions for the occupational health and safety (OHS) industry. Well-known for providing practical, engaging, and relevant solutions, the Alberta-based company has significant expertise and experience in the OHS compliance and training space.
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