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Safe Workspaces

Equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge to identify, address, and prevent disruptive or harmful behaviors. 

Safe & Respectful


Employees who are aware of the consequences of harassment and aggression are more likely to contribute to a positive and inclusive atmosphere and advocate for self and others.

Employees as change agents

Training on addressing harassment and aggression empowers employees firsthand to take charge of their own and each other's wellbeing, allowing them to be active change agents.

Positive Company


A commitment to addressing negative behaviors contributes to a positive company culture. This can attract top talent, improve employer branding, and make the company more appealing to clients and customers.

At the Office

Employee safety and well-being are the cornerstones of a thriving company. Workplace violence and harassment can have a significant negative impact on employees, leading to physical and emotional injuries, reduced productivity, absenteeism, and ultimately, increased costs for the company.


Empowering employees through our Safe Workspaces training enables them to recognize, address and prevent these behaviours, empowers them to take charge of their own and each other's wellbeing, and is an effective tool in addressing harassment and violence and promoting a safer and more resilient workplace.

1 in 3

1 in 4

One in three women and one in four men have experienced some form of workplace violence or harassment. 

*Source: ILO, "Violence and Harassment in the World of Work," 2019


32% of women globally have experienced workplace sexual harassment. 

*Source: World Economic Forum, "Global Gender Gap Report 2020"


Workplace bullying affects an estimated 5–20% of workers globally. 

*Source: ILO, "Workplace Violence and Harassment: Global and regional estimates," 2018

Training includes:

Dynamics of harassment and violence
  • Understanding the different forms and dynamics of harassment and violence.
  • Understanding the role of intersectionality within these dynamics.

Personal Awareness
  • Understanding the importance of situational awareness.

  • Recognizing potential threats and assessing risk levels in different environments.

Body Language and Communication
  • Utilizing assertive body language to deter potential aggressors.

  • Developing effective verbal communication skills in challenging situations.

De-escalation techniques
  • Understanding how to de-escalate tense situations through communication.

  • Recognizing signs of aggression and diffusing conflicts before they escalate.

Physical Techniques

  • Learning physical soft skills for low-level physical aggressions

  • Learning basic self-defense moves to protect against high-level physical aggression

Emotional wellbeing
  • Understanding the emotional and psychological impact of workplace violence.

  • Learning coping mechanisms, seeking support from colleagues or professionals, and developing self-care strategies.

Bystander intervention
  • Learning how to recognize signs or red flags of potentially harmful or unsafe situations, including behaviors such as harassment, bullying, discrimination, or aggression.

  • Learning how to intervene proactively and safely in situations where harm is imminent or ongoing.

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Training for:



DEI initiatives





Follow-up coaching

Online, in-person and hybrid 

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