Violence Prevention in the Workplace
How to Minimize the Risk of Violence at Your Workplace
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven change and fueled stress in almost every corner of society. More than ever, employers need to be vigilant against violence in the workplace, while ensuring they provide a work site that’s safe for everyone. This begins with an assessment of the risk of violence, before determining the control measures that are in place to protect the health and safety of workers.
Join Jacqueline Holmes, WorkSafeBC, and receive an overview of legislation in BC designed to prevent workplace violence; interactive scenarios for various industries, and resources to help you develop and implement your own violence prevention program at work.
What Will I Learn?
Employer obligations and BC law surrounding violence in the workplace
Basic steps to conducting a risk assessment
What a workplace violence prevention program looks like
Keys to implementing a violence prevention program
November is Free Education Month at Small Business BC
In partnership with WorkSafeBC, the entire month of webinars and Talk to an Expert sessions are free in November! It’s first come first served, so do register early to avoid disappointment.
At Small Business BC, our number one priority will always be the health and safety of our clients, staff and service providers. As a result, we continue to deliver all our services online, or over the phone until further notice. View our resources for getting Back to Business, or connect directly with a business advisor through our COVID-19 Support Service.
Please note: all webinar participants will also receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session.