Practical Approaches to Active Bystander Interventions: Part One with Amy Crookston (RespectEd)
In Part One, Amy Crookston (she/ her) Lead Consultant from RespectEd Aotearoa explains how sexual harassment and bullying can be prevented from happening in your workplace using a health and safety lens.
Originally recorded 27th July 2023 in support of the launch of Stand Up, Step In: Active Bystander Intervention Guidelines.
We are excited to introduce the "Step Up, Step In: Active Bystander Intervention Guidelines”, designed to empower each and every one of us to create a safe and inclusive work environment. As an industry committed to fostering respect and support, we believe that active bystander intervention plays a vital role in preventing harm and discrimination.
Check out Step Up, Step In explaining the importance and principles of active bystander intervention on how to:
- recognise and assess situations
- decide to act
- engage safely
- support people
- document and report incidents
- and advocate for change.
We encourage you to familiarise yourself with the contents of the guidelines and actively participate in promoting active bystander intervention within your organisation. Your commitment to this initiative will contribute to a workplace where everyone feels valued, respected, and safe.
Tools and Resources
TradeCareers Insights Research
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