Respect and Safety
In 2011, Carleton launched its “Respect and Safety” campaign in collaboration with Human Resources, Equity Services, University Safety and Environmental Health and Safety, to increase awareness and encourage prevention of workplace violence and harassment. This training course is offered as part of the Workplace Violence and Harassment Prevention Program at Carleton. For more information about how the program is implemented, visit the webpage on Workplace Violence and Harassment.
Carleton Programs and Policies:
|Workplace Violence Prevention Program||Workplace Harassment Prevention Program|
|Workplace Violence Prevention Policy||Workplace Harassment Prevention Policy|
Who should complete the training?
This training course is mandatory for all Carleton workers. This includes faculty, staff and management. Student workers must also complete the training. It must be completed within the first two weeks of starting work at Carleton, and is to be refreshed at least every three years..
How do I complete the training?
This 90 minute training course is offered to employees through CuLearn. To complete the training follow the steps below.
- Visit the CuLearn website
- Enter your MyCarletonOne credentials
- Select the tab for Environmental Health and Safety
- Then select the Workplace Violence and Harassment Prevention – Respect and Safety link
- Follow the on-screen instructions
- Please note, Questions within the course must be successfully completed before gaining access to the final Quiz
- Once you have completed the quiz, you will have “completed” the training” and this will transfer to Banner
Students and some employees will need to self-enroll in the course by following the instructions below:
- Go to the Respect and Safety Training Homepage (Please note that if you are self-enrolling, you MUST follow the link)
- Sign in using your MC1 credentials
- When prompted for an enrollment key, enter “stay safe“
If you encounter any problems or have questions about Carleton’s Respect and Safety campaign or Workplace Violence and Harassment Prevention training course, contact Nancy Delcellier for assistance.