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Course Description:

Harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination and violence in the workplace have become a critical consideration in all workplaces in North America.  Thus they are appearing in various Occupational Health and Safety Acts, where definitions and enforcement may however vary by jurisdiction but the requirements for employers have common considerations.  As an example, workplace sexual harassment in Ontario is described as “engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome”, while in Alberta under their legislation reads as “harassment” means any single incident or repeated incidents of objectionable or unwelcome conduct, comment, bullying or action by a person that the person knows or ought reasonably to know will or would cause offence or humiliation to a worker, or adversely affects the worker’s health and safety, and includes

(i)    conduct, comment, bullying or action because of race, religious beliefs, colour, physical disability, mental disability, age, ancestry, place of origin, marital status, source of income, family status, gender, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation, and

(ii)    a sexual solicitation or advance,

As a general rule, it behooves the employer to prove that both information and instruction have been provided to all employees.  This short video will augment the employer’s policy and can be used to verify that training has been made available to the employees.

Course Covers:
  • Definitions
  • Examples
  • Who it applies to
  • Link to the employer health and safety policy
  • What is not harassment
  • Procedure to follow


None required. Ability to read and understand English.

Learning Outcomes:

Better understanding of the employer’s response to health and safety and how to proceed in the event of harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination or violence in the workplace.


Personalized certificate awarded upon successful completion of course and final test for individual employee plus a record of confirmation for the employee’s file.

Who Should Take this Course:

All employees in a specific workplace

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Price: $5.00 USD

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Course Length: 10:44


A computer with internet access; Microsoft Silverlight; iPads are currently not supported.

Delivery Method:

1. Online Course

Course Completion Timeline: You will have 180 days to complete this course after enrolling

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