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Respectful Work & Learning Environment Procedures Procedures for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
 

Summary: Respectful Work & Learning Environment Procedures
Procedures for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
Introduction
1. Preventing Harassment and Discrimination
a. The University has a legal obligation to take all reasonably practicable steps to prevent
harassment or discrimination on grounds prohibited by The Occupational Health and Safety Act
and The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code. As established in the University's Harassment and
Discrimination Prevention Policy and incorporated into the revised Policy, renamed The
Respectful Work and Learning Environment ("RWLE") Policy, the scope of the policy also
includes personal harassment.
b. Effective prevention of discrimination, discriminatory harassment and personal harassment
begins with a policy statement that reflects not only the legal and ethical obligations but also the
University's commitment to an environment free of harassment and discrimination where
employees and students can live, work and learn in a climate of respect. The University's
commitment is demonstrated in a variety of ways, including but by no means limited to the
commitment to:
1) act promptly to stop harassment and discrimination brought to the attention of the University
and to take steps to prevent its recurrence;
2) developing and implementing both general and specific or targeted communication and
education strategies on an on-going basis to increase employee and student awareness and

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics