Respect in the workplace leads to higher morale and greater productivity.

Employees in federally regulated workplaces free from sexual harassment and violence show measurably increased productivity. When they know their employers will prevent and respond to incidents of harassment, violence and discrimination there is less risk of litigation and government intervention. Our practical, easy to use online training modules will help put your organization in compliance with all mandated federal harassment, violence and discrimination training.

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Workplace Harassment Investigations

This one-day workshop is designed for managers and human resources professionals in your organization responsible for harassment investigations. Participants will learn how to evaluate and collect evidence, legal requirements, issues of credibility, confidentiality, and privacy. Included as well are practical, easy-to apply techniques, tips and procedures.

Occupational Health & Safety

This easy to use online training program explains workplace rights and responsibilities for employees, supervisors and employers. Topics covered include: common physical, ergonomic, chemical, and biological workplace hazards, joint health and safety committees, safety policies and procedures, refusing unsafe work, protective equipment and devices, role of the Ministry of Labour.

Slips, Trips & Falls

According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, approximately 60,000 employees are injured each year due to fall accidents. This practical, easy to use online training module covers: Legal Requirements; Employee and Supervisory Responsibilities; Hazard and Accident Reporting Procedures; Slips, Trips and Falls Hazard Prevention; Ladder Safety.

Web Accessibility

Many Internet users have vision, hearing, sight, intellectual, and physical disabilities. They all want the same opportunities to access your website. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A (WCAG) set out the requirements your website must meet to better serve Manitobans facing disability barriers. Request a Web Accessibility Audit today to identify and remove any barriers to WCAG compliance.

Mental Health In The Workplace

According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, mental health problems and illnesses account for thirty percent of disability claims and seventy percent of the total costs of disability claims. This online training module covers: How to communicate with a person with clinical depression; Problem drug abuse; Panic attacks; Six guidelines to managing distressed employees.

Cannabis In The Workplace

This practical, easy-to-use online training module covers: Employee responsibilities regarding safety at work; 15 indicators of impairment caused by cannabis supervisors should be aware of; What supervisors can do in emergency situations where impairment due to cannabis is suspected; Addictions to cannabis and the human rights laws; Medical cannabis.

Proper Accident Reporting

This practical, easy to use online training program covers: Employer and employee legal responsibilities surrounding work-related accident reporting; Definitions of health care and first aid; Forms used by the employer; Legal liabilities for late reporting or non-reporting; Fraudulent and non-compliant employee behaviour and their consequences.

Duty to Accommodate

Employers have a legal obligation under human rights legislation to adjust rules, policies or practices to enable employees to participate fully. The duty to accommodate means that sometimes it is necessary to treat someone differently in order to prevent or reduce discrimination. For example, asking all job applicants to pass a written test may not be fair to a person with a visual disability.

About Us Respect in the Workplace


Our online training courses follow a stringent design process to ensure your employees receive the highest quality training possible. Our subject matter experts and instructional designers create each course one step at a time making sure each course meets and holds up to the highest standards. Each course is evaluated by both employees and instructors to be sure all learning outcomes have been covered and the teaching methods were effective. Feedback from each course is used to assist in the redevelopment of current courses and need for future courses.