Harassment and intimidation are ‘violence’

The grievor was aggressive and belligerent to a co-worker. The arbitrator found that the behaviour was both "harassment" under the collective agreement and, although there were no threats, "violence" under the health and safety act.

A worker was suspended for violating workplace policies against violence and harassment after he verbally abused a co-worker for using “his” forklift.

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