Managing Bullying & Harassment in the workplace
Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation requires organisations to, so far as is reasonably practicable, eliminate or minimise the risks to health and safety associated with work. These risks relate to physical hazards, such as exposure to chemicals and manual handling, but also to psychological hazards associated with bullying and stress.
When considering how best to eliminate or reduce these risks organisations are expected to apply the “hierarchy of controls”. In particular, employers should ensure that:
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To assist you with implementing effective WHS measures in your workplace, including those associated with Bullying and Harassment, Ai Group has developed the Work Health and Safety Handbook for Officers, Managers and Supervisors.
This handbook has been designed to help organisations understand their general WHS obligations and to help employers establish a system which will assist managing WHS in the workplace and demonstrate compliance.
This handbook provides a practical approach to implementing work health and safety and includes practical tools and checklists on a computer disk for ease of use at your workplace.
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