Trucking HR Canada Learning Centre

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On January 1, 2021, Canada’s Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations (SOR/2020-130) came into force in the Canada Labour Code.


All Federally Regulated Employers are now subject to this legislation. This survey will gauge your preparedness on this Legislation. Please take 1-2 minutes to complete this very short YES/NO survey.




Effective January 1, 2021, all federally regulated workplaces will be subject to the Government of Canada’s violence and harassment regulations (Bill C-65: An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code), which will replace a portion of Canada’s Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (SOR/86-304).

This mandates that employers take a more proactive and prescribed approach to prevent and resolve incidents of workplace harassment and violence. If you are a transportation company with day-to-day operations outside your home jurisdiction (i.e., inter-provincial, and international travel)

The new regulations coming into place will have a significant impact on employers’ responsibilities in matters of workplace health and safety. The new regulations are centered on:

  1. the prevention of workplace harassment and violence,
  2. the response to workplace harassment and violence, and
  3. supporting victims of workplace violence and harassment

Based on these three pillars, the new Regulations introduce requirements that all federally regulated employers must meet:

  • Implementing joint roles and responsibilities shared with either the policy committee, the workplace committee, or the workplace health and safety representative;
  •  Assessing the risk of harassment and violence in the workplace and developing a prevention plan;
  • Developing emergency procedures for critical incidents in the workplace;
  • Developing a new Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy;
  • Following new requirements, timelines, and procedures related to the complaint resolution process;
  • Providing more options for workers to have their issues resolved (respecting employee rights to request formal investigation);
  • Appointing a Designated Recipient of workplace harassment and violence complaints;
  • Providing mandatory workplace harassment and violence prevention training;
  • Providing information on local support services to help employees recover and return to work after an incident of workplace harassment and violence; and
  • Record-keeping and reporting requirements.
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Trucking HR Canada Learning Centre

Trucking HR Canada’s Learning Centre supports employers in compliance and HR best practices.

The Trucking HR Canada’s Learning Centre is a portal that supports fleets and organizations as they strive to ensure compliance and work towards HR best practices.

By following the links below, you can learn more about the different types of training offerings, and sign-up for the online training portal.


This course will help employers, supervisors or managers in federally regulated workplaces understand procedures and obligations for anti-harassment and violence under the Canada Labour Code.




This course will help employees recognize, prevent, and respond to workplace harassment or violence. It explains the rights and responsibilities surrounding workplace harassment and violence in federally regulated w




This course is for designated recipients of workplace harassment and violence complaints and for supervisors, managers and others responding to workplace incidents. It will help learners understand regulatory procedures for incident response.



Training Pay Scale

A seat represents one employee.  Whether an employee is required to take one module, or all three, the cost per seat is the same. Employees are assigned a unique ID, ensuring that each employee is uniquely accountable for their courses.

The courses are not transferable from one employee to another, and each ID can only be used by one employee.

The costing is per individual company (Each company costing starts at zero)

Please learn more by following the Trucking HR Pricing Model.


Trucking HR Canada Resources

Main Resource Hub

Consult this page to find Trucking HR Canada’s main hub for anti-harassment & violence. Resources frequently asked questions, and more can be accessed from this page.

Designated Recipient How-to-Guide 

Consult this page to learn further the role of the Designated Recipient, their roles, responsibilities and type of work this individual will undertake. Also learn how to identify the ideal Designated Recipient candidate in your workplace.


Risk Assessment Checklist 

Consult this resource to help you monitor your company’s practices and ensure compliance with risk assessment requirements under the Regulations.


Guide for Employees 

Understanding the Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations.


Workplace Policy Template

Consult this resource for a sample Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy, with tips on compliance and best practices.

Developed in partnership with legal and HR professionals, this resource will give you the information you need to create a compliant policy.

Policy Implementation Checklist

Consult this page to find Trucking HR Canada’s main hub for anti-harassment & violence. Resources frequently asked questions, and more can be accessed from this page.

Guide for Employers

Understanding the Workplace Harassment & Violence Prevention Regulations. This guide aims to provide an overivew of the changes Bill C-65 makes to existing law. This is not legal advise.

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