Reporting and Investigation

  • Workers are to report all violence-related incidents or hazards to their manager or supervisor. This report can be made confidentially at the employee’s request. However, sharing information to ensure the safety of others and prevent recurrence may be necessary (e.g., contents of a police report);
  • The reporting worker may make the report confidentially, indicating the need for confidentiality to her/his direct manager or supervisor (or in that person’s absence, to another manager or supervisor);
  • The manager or supervisor receiving the report investigates it and ensures that measures are taken to safeguard employees and curtail the violence or harassment;
  • No report of workplace violence/harassment or risks of violence may be the basis of reprisal against the reporting employee.

There is no us without a healthy you.

Safety. Respect the unexpected.