Harassment and violence the workplace - Prevention plans Every employer must develop and implement workplace harassment and violence prevention plans. The plans must include a prevention policy and prevention procedures, and be in writing and readily available for reference by workers at the work site, either in paper or electronic formats. Policies and plans set overall expectations that harassment and violence are not tolerated in the work environment. Procedures outline the methods or processes required to make the policy work on a day-to-day basis and establish a way of doing things that the employer and workers are to follow. The plans, policies, and procedures must be reviewed every 3 years or more often if there is an incident of harassment or violence or if the health and safety committee or representative requests a review. The review should focus on whether the policy or procedures are current and if there are any deficiencies or gaps that need to be addressed.

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