WHAT WORKPLACE INVESTIGATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
WORKSAFEBC’S REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
When conducting a workplace investigation, it may come to our attention that a worker has filed a bullying and harassment claim(s) or complaint with WorkSafeBC. Learning to navigate through these processes is critical for successful outcomes. This webinar will provide valuable information on how to do this and the expectations of WorkSafeBC as it relates to workplace investigations.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What are Bullying and Harassment Claims, Complaints & Prohibited Action Claims
- What are WorkSafeBC’s requirements of employer investigations
- What a “reasonable” investigation looks like; and
- What are the investigation report requirements who gets the report.
Colin Adams has been an Occupational Safety Officer at WorkSafeBC for 15 years. He inspected fallers and logging companies for 9 years until taking up the task on the Bullying and Harassment Team. In 2013 WorkSafeBC created the Team of four lead officers. He took over as the lead officer for Vancouver Island and the central coast and over the next four years shaped the bullying and harassment procedures into what it is today and handled thousands of questionnaires. Colin is currently one of two remaining original members of the Bullying and Harassment Team and the last of the lead officers.