Step-by-step training and consulting services to help you meet your Bill C-65 obligations related to Prevention, Response and Support

PREVENTION: Policy Development and Risk Factor Assessment

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Employer and Policy Committee Consultation

Consultation on best practices for policy development within the Bill C65 parameters

Running engagement processes to determine risks associated with psychological health and safety

Developing and running surveys

Training and preparing the policy committees on how to assess risk and implement strategies for risk mitigation

Taking advantage of existing data to assess and mitigate risk

RESPONSE: Compliance and Implementation Training

Responding appropriately to notices of occurrence

Trauma-informed approaches

Bystander intervention training

Maintaining confidentiality

Existing and new roles of the workplace committee

Training for Investigators to respond to Bill C65 expectations

Early intervention: responding within prescribed timelines

Protecting employees from third party misconduct

Sourcing qualified third-party investigators

Responding to post-investigation findings & recommendations

Training for designated recipients

Understanding new recourses available to participants

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Responding appropriately to notices of occurrence

Trauma-informed approaches

Bystander intervention training

Maintaining confidentiality

Existing and new roles of the workplace committee

Training for Investigators to respond to Bill C65 expectations

Early intervention: responding within prescribed timelines

Protecting employees from third party misconduct

Sourcing qualified third-party investigators

Responding to post-investigation findings & recommendations

Training for designated recipients

Understanding new recourses available to participants

SUPPORT: Leadership Preparation and Collaboration

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Consultation services to help leaders understand their roles in assessment, implementation and operation of Bill C65 measures

Leadership coaching to prepare for tone setting and effective decision-making related to new responsibilities under C-65

Preparing OHS, HR, Labour Relations, line functions, leaders and the unions to work together

Understanding the unions’ role under Bill C-65

Our Bill C-65 Team

  • Blaine Donais
    Blaine Donais B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (ADR), RPDR, C.Med, Q.Arb.,WFA., PHSA

    Blaine, a labour lawyer and member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 1995, is an expert in both the practice and theory of assisted labour/management negotiation, mediation-arbitration and facilitation. He has the Chartered Mediator (C.MED.) designation from the ADR Institute of Canada, and is a Registered Practitioner of Dispute Resolution (RPDR) through the Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiations (CIIAN).Blaine trains Human Resources professionals, Labour leaders and others in Human Rights, Labour and Employment law, Human Resources, Collective Bargaining and Conflict Resolution. He is presently Adjunct Professor of Workplace Dispute Resolution at Atkinson College, York University, Toronto, and Adjunct Professor for the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the University of Toronto.

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  • Michelle Phaneuf
    Michelle Phaneuf WFI Co-Director Alberta ACC, C.Med, P.Eng.

    Michelle is a practicing mediator who brings 20 years experience to the Workplace Fairness Institute as a professional engineer, energy management consultant, business owner, facilitator and property owner/manager. She has acted as a consultant for many government organizations including the federal government, provincial government, City of Calgary, and other public corporations (Honeywell, Siemens,etc). She has also assisted regional health authorities, school divisions and smaller municipalities across Canada.

    Michelle is currently providing conflict resolution services to government, engineering, technical and other firms through mediation, conflict coaching, group and team facilitation, public consultation and conflict training. She is a member of the Court Roster for the Government of Alberta Civil Claims Mediation Program and a coach with the Mount Royal University Conflict Resolution Program.

  • Angela A. Bradley J.D., Q. Med.

    Angela Bradley has over 20 years of experience practicing employment and labour law in the U.S. and Canada. Prior to acting as a workplace investigator and mediator in 2015, Angela practiced labour and employment law, and served in-house at a school board and a hospital. With expertise in trauma-informed practices, she currently investigates and mediates bullying, harassment and human rights allegations and develops respectful workplace policies and programs. Certificated in workplace investigation and Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution, Angela has held senior leadership positions with ADRIO and the Ontario Bar Association.

  • Marie-Andrée Bourgouin CRHA

    Marie-Andree has more than 30 years of experience in Human Resources, marked by a specialty in leading organizations through transition, team building, organizational development and training. Marie-Andree has participated in the development of Harassment and Violence Prevention polices numerous times throughout her career. As head of human resources for various organizations, Marie-Andree is well versed in Occupational Health and Safety committee structures and assessment processes.

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