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Webinar | Paid Training

Conducting Effective Workplace Harassment Investigations

Occupational Health and Safety & Workers Compensation Group Webinar
When (ET)

Overview

Conducting effective workplace harassment investigations is critical to ensure compliance with statutory obligations and to promote a healthy and safe workplace. Effective investigations also allow employers to identify issues and resolve problems at an early stage. This can reduce the chance of successful litigation against the employer and avoid statutory penalties, adverse cost awards, damage awards, or other negative impacts to an employer’s credibility. 

This half-day course will provide a general review of the critical steps that should be taken when conducting a workplace harassment investigation.

In this course you will learn about:

  • An employer’s legal obligations to conduct investigations
  • The role of the investigator(s)
  • Responding to the complaint
  • Gathering evidence 
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Reaching defensible findings of fact
  • Effective report writing
     

Type

This program will be conducted as a live webinar and will not be recorded

Length

1/2 day

Agenda

9:30 am - 12:30 pm (ET) Program

Audience

Managers, supervisors, OHS professionals, in-house legal counsel and business owners

Cost

This half day course costs $195 + HST per registrant
A secured online payment link will follow after registration

CANCELLATION POLICY

  • Registration fees are not refundable. A credit may be issued in certain circumstances
  • No credits will be issued for no shows
  • No credits will be issued for cancellations less than 24 hours before a course
  • Participants can request a one-time deferral and the credit must be used before the end of the calendar year. Requests for a deferral must be made 24 hours prior to the start of the course. If the course is only offered once that year, the credit can be applied to another OHS course within that same calendar year
  • In the event that Fasken cancels a course, the participant can choose either a credit or a refund for the course amount
     

Event contact

Nick Fan Marketing Events Specialist

Speakers