Resources on domestic violence, harassment, and workplace violence

August 12, 2022

Ending Violence Association of Canada list of support services

The Ending Violence Association of Canada offers a list of support services, many with toll-free lines, that are available across Canada.

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Bargaining guide: addressing domestic violence in USW collective agreements

Examples of good language we can bargain to address the impact of domestic violence at work, and ways to convince the employer to agree.

Domestic violence resource centre

More tools and strategies for union leaders, representatives and members to help build awareness, break the silence and improve workplace safety.

LEARN MORE – A lifeline to safety for abused women and their children

This online resource provides women and children with a one-step connection to help in their community.


United Steelworkers Guide to Preventing and Dealing with Harassment Within our Union

United Steelworkers workbook to help local union members prevent and deal with harassment issues step-by-step, incident by incident, with fairness and respect for all individuals.


Steelworkers anti-harassment policy

Steelworker members are entitled to a harassment-free environment at all union activities, events and meetings.


Preventing and dealing with workplace harassment

Violence or abuse can happen in any workplace or family. It can happen to women, men & children. It can happen to people of any culture and background. No one – no supervisor, co-worker, husband, wife, boyfriend or relative has the right to abuse another.

Workplace sexual harassment is wrong

Download, print and display this poster in your workplace. Workplace sexual harassment is wrong. Speak Out. Speak Up. Believe Her.