Investigator Qualification Assessment Tool (Jointly developed with NJC)
This tool aims to assist departments with assessing qualifications of investigators prior to selecting them to conduct their workplace investigation (as per the WPHVPR).
Statement of Work for Investigators Template (Jointly developed with NJC)
The Statement of Work is a template for departmental use after selecting an investigator and is to be read and signed by the investigator and the employer prior to conducting the investigation.
Domestic Violence Tool (Jointly developed with NJC)
This tool clarifies the roles and responsibilities of all parties in a situation where violence in a domestic situation impacts the workplace, including suggested policy language, do’s and don’ts, a sample individual safety plan as well as some useful checklists.
Frequently Asked Questions – Work Place Harassment and Violence Investigations and Appointing an Investigator (Amended) – 2022 (Jointly developed with NJC)
This is an updated version of the FAQs released in 2017 and 2019 providing additional clarification with respect to the appointment of an investigator and workplace harassment and violence investigations to align with the new WPHVPR.
Introduction to workplace violence and harassment
What is workplace violence and harassment?
Domestic violence at work
Can work be safe when home isn’t?
Violence and harassment risk factor checklist
Understanding violence and harassment
Important definitions you must know
Definitions under different laws and regulations
Strengths and weaknesses of federal formal harassment recourse processes
Domestic and family violence tool from the National Joint Council