Duration: 15 Minutes
Your workplace should be an environment in which you feel safe, happy and comfortable to work to the best of your potential. Bullying & Harassment should not be tolerated under any circumstances.
According to a recent report carried out by YouGov, almost a third (29%) of people are bullied at work, causing 36% of victims to quit their role, whilst 46% of victims said it ‘adversely’ affected their performance at work. It can also lead to huge monetary claims under Employment Law.
This online course has been created to help every employee identify, prevent and tackle this negative behaviour with the aim of removing it from the workplace altogether.
It gives this subject the sensitivity it needs whilst providing practical steps that can be used to combat bullying and harassment. This course also focuses on preventing this negative behaviour – employees will learn how to create a positive culture in the workplace.
Make sure you can identify signs of bullying and prevent it from happening in your workplace with our Bullying & Harassment at work training.
Bullying & Harassment at Work Course Contents
1. What are Bullying and Harassment? Differences and Similarities
Our first section explains the similarities – and the key differences – between bullying and harassment, and it teaches you how to identify these behaviours at work. We also look at the role of your management and what behaviour is acceptable and unacceptable in the workplace.
2. What Should I do if I’m being bullied?
This section is your step-by-step guide to confidently confronting bullying and harassment at work. We start by discussing the nature of bullying and the impact that it can have on victims and witnesses. Then we take you through the informal approaches, formal action, as well as the internal and external support that’s available to you.
3. Creating a Positive Culture in the Workplace
The final section of this course looks at what you can do to help your team create a positive culture at work. We discuss the importance of mutual respect, understanding, and how you can turn good intention into action.
4. Discovering a Fire
This section explains what action to take in the event of an emergency. Information includes “Raising the Alarm”, “Calling the Fire Service” and “Safe Evacuation”. It covers Fire Emergency Plans and explains how risk assessments must consider people who may be at particular risk in a school – including the need for personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPS).
5. Fire Extinguishers
This section looks at the different types of fires and the different fire extinguishers which are appropriate for each one. Video footage shows how each is used and, there’s a short explanation of how each one works, their range and any drawbacks.
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