Work-related gendered violence comes in many forms
Work-related gendered violence is a serious occupational health and safety issue. It is any behaviour, directed at any person, or that affects a person, because of their sex, gender or sexual orientation, or because they do not adhere to socially prescribed gender roles, that creates a risk to health and safety.
Gendered violence comes in many forms
It’s an employer’s responsibility to protect their workers
Preventing and responding to work-related gendered violence is an employer’s responsibility.
Learn more about your obligations as an employer, tools to support you in preventing and responding to work-related gendered violence, support for health and safety representatives, and where to find more support.
If you have experienced work-related gendered violence, there are a range of options and support services available.
These services include the following helplines: