Workplace Harassment INDUSTRIAL
Workplace harassment is when a person or group is subjected to undesirable behavior, which is repeated and or unwelcomed. This behavior is considered to be offensive, intimidating, humiliating, and/or threatening language or action to a reasonable person. Harassment can...
Workplace harassment is when a person or group is subjected to undesirable behavior, which is repeated and or unwelcomed. This behavior is considered to be offensive, intimidating, humiliating, and/or threatening language or action to a reasonable person. Harassment can occur from any levels of employment, as well as from or to a customer. Workplace harassment covers a wide range of behaviors ranging from subtle intimidation to more obvious aggressive tactics. According to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission there is more than 35,000 Workplace harassment cases filed each year, which cost companies over 50 million dollars annually. There is an exceptional high number of cases filed in industrial, manufacturing, and construction facilities. Our "Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities" discuss the various types of harassment that are found in the workplace, how they can affect an employee's work situation and what employees themselves can do to help prevent workplace harassment. Topics covered in these products include: The nature of workplace harassment, recognizing various types of harassment, handling verbal abuse and threats, many forms sexual harassment, recognizing the many variations of "assault", Knowing what to do, and what not to do, when confronted with a stalker, How fostering a positive workplace environment can increase productivity and safety and more.
Related training topics that will work in conjunction with our Workplace Harassment for Industries Training: Workplace Stress Training, Policy and Practice Training, Workplace Violence, Conflict Resolution
OSHA's Position On Workplace Harassment INDUSTRIAL Training
In keeping with OSHA’s policies requiring a safe and healthy workplace for all employees, there are regulations dealing with violence in the form of harassment (Directive number CPL 02-01-052) and proposed regulations dealing with sexual harassment (OSHA study and recommendations). This is in keeping with federal laws that currently address discrimination, sexual harassment, violence and other forms of disruptive behaviors that are aimed at particular individuals for any number of reasons. In some cases, this behavior goes directly against OSHA’s interests in maintaining a safe work environment as outlined in the General Duty Clause,Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970. In other cases, the forms of harassment can be more subtle. In this section, we offer DVD video training presentations and other tools that can illustrate the types of harassment that can be encountered and ways that harassment, and other forms of violence, can be prevented. The subjects that are covered include:
- The Definition of Harassment
- Understanding How Harassment Can Affect The Workplace
- Enforcing Policies That Can Prevent Harassment
- Preventing Harassment Through Programs and Definitive Guidelines
- How Management Can Deal With Harassment
- Harassment in an Industrial Environment
- And many other topics that deal with harassment.
In addition to our engaging and informative DVDs, we also offer other training tools such as; Training Handbooks, Posters, Employee Booklets and other training tools that come bundled with our DVD video programs.
Please look over our high quality Workplace Harassment Industrial Training materials that will allow you to completely meet your company’s training objectives without having to look elsewhere! Afterwards, you can select the item(s) that you’ll require and then place your order. We make it easy for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us for further assistance.