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Workplace Bullying and Harassment Twitter Chat, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

Online
February 11, 2015

1:00-2:00 p.m. EST

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) invites you to join them for a Twitter Chat on workplace violence prevention.

Type: Live discussion on Twitter
Topic: Workplace Violence: Bullying and Harassment
Hashtag: #CCOHSchat
Host: Jan Chappel, Senior Technical Specialist, CCOHS
 
Workplace violence is a much broader issue than just physical acts towards another person. It can also include threats, physical intimidation, malicious gossip, bullying and harassment. During this Twitter chat, Jan Chappel, Senior Technical Specialist at CCOHS, will discuss ways in which workplaces can reduce the risk for workplace bullying and harassment, and will also answer your questions on this important issue.
 
What is a Twitter Chat?

A Twitter chat is a scheduled gathering on Twitter that people can virtually attend in order to discuss a certain topic via tweets, using a hashtag to keep track of the conversation. It is similar to a chat room in that it’s a topic-driven discussion happening in real time. It just happens to take place on Twitter.
 
How to Participate in the Twitter Chat:

To follow the chat, type #CCOHSchat into the search box on Twitter.
 
To ask questions and participate, log in to your Twitter account by 12:45 p.m. EST and follow @CCOHS. You may use a third-party service such as Twubs to follow the conversation using the hashtag #CCOHSchat. Look for the different questions, which will be designated as “T1,” “T2,” etc. When you send a tweet, include the topic number and the hashtag #CCOHSchat.
 
About This Twitter Chat

  • CCOHS cannot respond to questions about specific products, services or situations.
  • For your safety and security, please do not provide personal information during the chat. This includes any information that can identify you, such as a phone number, address or email.
  • Depending on the volume of tweets received, CCOHS may not be able to respond to all tweets.
  • A summary of the chat will be shared after the chat.

For further information, contact:

Jennifer Howse, Communications Officer
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
(905) 572-2981, Ext. 4241   
E-mail: media@ccohs.ca
http://www.ccohs.ca/