The European Social Partners’ Framework Agreement on Harassment and Violence at Work (issued on 16th April 2007) states that “mutual respect for the dignity of others at all levels within the workplace is one of the key characteristics of successful organisations”.
But what is the actual situation in the European Union and in the world?
Just in the European Union, according to the Sixth European Working Conditions Survey by Eurofound in 2015, 16% of workers reported have been subjected to workplace harassment (17% women and 17% men).
This is why we believe it is still fundamental to create awareness, generate greater understanding of harassment in the workplace and promote a culture based on respect for the dignity of individuals.
On 24 April 2021, a new course “Zero Tolerance – How to prevent, recognise and manage workplace harassment” has been made available for RINA employees all over the world.
The course is divided into brief, schedule-friendly modules that cover topics of harassment, discrimination, their management and prevention at the workplace and, in particular, it is made up of the following main modules:
This is only one step to our strategy to create a safe workplace for everyone.