Resource tool kit
There's growing evidence that workplace bullying and harassment has serious outcomes for employers and workers. We've developed this bullying and harassment resource tool kit to help employers and workers to understand their legal duties, and to prevent and address bullying and harassment in the workplace.
You're welcome to print any of the resources on this page. Some of these materials are also available from the WorkSafeBC bookstore.
How to Recognize Workplace Bullying and Harassment
Occupational Health and Safety Hazard
A summary fact sheet is available in the following languages: Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, French, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
Employers can customize this sample presentation for use in training workers and supervisors on workplace bullying and harassment.
Bullying and Harassment in Construction
This series of videos also has an accompanying guide.
- It's Personal
- When You’re Targeted
- Victims and Bullies
- How It Feels
- Chased Away
- When Women Are Targeted
- Effect on Safety
- I Was a Bully
- Be the Change
- How Does It Stop?
- Builders, Not Bullies
- Not Part of the Job (Scenario 1)
- Not Part of the Job (Scenario 2)
- Not Part of the Job (Scenario 3)
Worker-to-Worker Bullying and Harassment
Employer Addresses a Bullying and Harassment Complaint
When the Employer Is the Bully
What Does Bullying and Harassment Mean for You and Your Workplace?