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RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES

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What is a respectful workplace? How can we work together to ensure that everyone who works on a production is treated fairly?

Throughout AIP Week, we will be bringing awareness to the challenges that workplaces have in creating a respectful workplace and working together to ensure diversity, inclusion, and respect are achieved in the arts and entertainment industries.

This year’s AIP Week will include webinars, resources, and activities. Plus, our Safety Café will be back on the road visiting productions for coffee, cookies, and conversation!

Safety Café

The Actsafe Safety Café will be hitting the road throughout AIP Week. Come join us at one of the following locations to network, engage, and enjoy some complimentary coffee while discussing respectful workplaces.

Check out our calendar for more info on date and times:

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Vancouver Film Studios

September 20, 2021

11:00am – 2:00pm

North Shore Studios

September 21, 2021

11:00am – 2:00pm

Granville Island

September 22, 2021

10:00am – 1:00pm

Martini Film Studios

September 23, 2021

11:00am – 2:00pm

Bridge Studios

September 24, 2021

11:00am – 2:00pm

WEBINARS & COURSES

This AIP Week we are bringing some free webinars and courses about respectful workplaces your way:

WHAT WOULD DON DO? LIVE FROM ARTS UMBRELLA
WITH DON PARMAN & WILL HELLER

Join Don Parman, Manager of Performing Arts and Live Events, and his co-host Will Heller, Safety Advisor for Performing Arts and Live Events, where they will be discussing respectful workplaces, with special guest Grégoire Gagnon, Cultural Human Resources Council.

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CONNECTION BETWEEN INCLUSIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY

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WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN INCLUSIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY SAFE WORKPLACES AND RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES?

– WITH ALDEN E. HABACON

Is it possible to be fully respected and still not feel included?

More specifically, is it possible to have a “respectful workplace” that is still unsafe psychologically for racialized and Indigenous People? This engaging conversation will address these salient questions, and examine the interconnections between workplace efforts towards inclusivity, psychological health and safety and respect. Strategist and facilitator, Alden E. Habacon, will share a technical understanding of when people actually feel included and explore how workplaces in BC are addressing discrimination as a health and safety issue.

RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES IN THE ARTS

RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES IN THE ARTS WITH GRÉGOIRE GAGNON, CULTURAL HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL

Canadian Heritage and AIP Week Knowledge Partner CHRC are offering this free Respectful Workplaces in the Arts workshop to encourage better workplace practices and behaviours. The workshop covers information on Provincial legislation, definitions of harassment and bullying as well as case studies to navigate the complexities of problematic situations. These workshops are not legal nor therapy clinics, they are conversations facilitated by experienced cultural sector leaders. Resources are discussed to help individuals and organizations towards contributing to better work environments and/or to develop their own policies/codes of conduct.

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UNDERSTANDING CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE

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UNDERSTANDING CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE
PRESENTED BY WORK WELLNESS INSTITUTE

Brought to you for free by our AIP Week knowledge partner, Work Wellness Institute, Understanding Conflict in the Workplace will focus on understanding conflict and its impacts in the workplace while exploring individual actions and behaviours for responding to conflict. This course is not about solving conflict, but rather, highlights the need to understand the source and underlying factors of conflict thoroughly before engaging in resolution activities. Attempting to solve a problem before understanding the cause of conflict poses risks, including acting too quickly, resulting in ineffective or temporary resolution.

Click the link below to gain free access to these accredited resources:

IMPROVING COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE

RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES IN THE ARTS WITH GRÉGOIRE GAGNON, CULTURAL HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL

Brought to you for free by our AIP Week knowledge partner, Work Wellness Institute, Improving Communication in the Workplace, will focus on the effectiveness of evidence-based leadership communication methods and processes to mitigate psychosocial hazards in the workplace and influence organizational performance.

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2018 states, “Emotional intelligence, leadership and social influence as well as service orientation also see an outsized increase in demand relative to their current prominence.” This course focuses on equipping leaders with the core skills to connect and engage teams and individual team members.

Click the link below to gain free access to these accredited resources:

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Actsafe is a not-for-profit health and safety association supporting British Columbia’s arts and entertainment industries.

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