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Workplace Harassment and safety Training

Your one-stop-shop for anti-harassment and discrimination training and workplace safety.

Sexual Harassment, discrimination, and safety incidents impact your entire company culture, not just the employees involved. Many states now require sexual harassment prevention training. Even if your state does not have a specific training requirement, it’s important to offer training on a regular basis to maintain a safe workplace and to protect your employees and your organization.


It’s crucial to remain 100% compliant and ensure all employees understand and adhere to internal policies, relevant laws, and regulations. Multilingual sexual harassment, discrimination, and safety training is available so your employees can learn in their native language. Our animated and customizable content is easy for all employees to understand.

It's simple to get started with anti-harassment and discrimination training

Your dedicated Account Manager will handle all of the setup, field questions, and follow up with your employees to manage completions and/or required paperwork, so you can remain focused on your goals.

Examples of available courses:

  • Sexual harassment training
  • Culturally sensitive anti-harassment training
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion
  • COVID preparedness
  • Workplace safety (examples below)
    • Ergonomics / Back Safety
    • Respect in the workplace
    • Violence in the workplace
    • Fire safety
    • Hand hygiene
    • Food and kitchen safety

Anti-Harassment and Workplace Safety FAQs

Harassment is any unwanted behavior, physical or verbal (or even suggested), that makes a reasonable person feel uncomfortable, humiliated, or mentally distressed.

Workplace harassment can result in reduced productivity, and loss of profitability for the employers. Learning about workplace harassment can help detour it from happening. 

According to the EEOC, examples of harassment include offensive or derogatory jokes, racial or ethnic slurs, pressure for dates or sexual favors, unwelcome comments about a person's religion or religious garments, or offensive graffiti, cartoons or pictures.

The three types of workplace harassment are:

  • Verbal/Written.
  • Physical.
  • Visual.




Training is accessible on-demand through a user-friendly interface.


Over 90% of our current users report positive feedback.

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Multilingual support and follow up to ensure maximum completions.

Custom designed training content appropriate for your environment.

Online distribution of all necessary forms and policies.

Simple interface allows employees to ask questions and provide feedback.

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