Learning Objectives:

  • Understand why the sexual harassment module exists;
  • Understands what constitutes sexual harassment;
  • Understand the risks to themselves and other workers of sexual harassment type behaviours in the workplace;
  • Understand the professional and legal consequences of not complying with the workplace policy and law;
  • Understand the responsibilities of the organisation;
  • Understand the importance of correctly reporting and properly dealing with allegations of sexual harassment; and
  • Differentiate between banter that is humorous and morale building, and banter that is humiliating, intimidating or offensive where a reasonable person would have anticipated that reaction.

 

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