Preventing Workplace Violence and Bill 168
Workplace Harassment Policy
Versatile Spray Painting Ltd believes that all workers have the right to a respectful workplace. Workplace harassment is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
“Workplace harassment” means engaging in a course of vexation comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be unwelcome.
Specific Types of Harassment
Gender/Race/Disability/Age/Looks/Sexual Preference/Religious Beliefs/Family/Birth Place/Political Beliefs/Bullying & Psychological.
If it occurs within the course of the employment relationship, workplace harassment may involve conduct that is verbal or non-verbal, a single incident or a serious of incidents.
Workplace harassment can be directed at a co-worker, subordinate or manager.
Workplace harassment does not include decisions or actions relating to the worker’s employment, including a decision to change the work to be performed, or the working conditions; to discipline the worker, or to terminate the worker’s employment.
If reasonable to do so, workers are encouraged to try to resolve the situation with the person who is alleged to have engaged to have harassment. Where the situation cannot be resolved or the situation continues, workers shall report the conduct to Dave Gogo or Chris Heslin.
No worker or any individual affiliated with the organization shall subject any other person to workplace harassment. A worker that subjects another worker, client, or other person to workplace harassment may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination. Other persons may be removed from the workplace.