Bullying and Workplace Violence Prevention Toolkit

This toolkit is a collection of policies, tips, tools and resources for fire and emergency service departments about the prevention of bullying in the workplace.

This resource is a mix of existing and new resources from the IAFC, other fire service organizations, private industry and local model practices and SOPs. They range from simple, no-cost, common-sense solutions to those that are more resource-intensive.

Sample Policies and Resources

Legislation

Other Organizations

Tools for the Family

Training Resources

Podcasts

Research Papers

Articles

Special thanks to the Safety, Health and Survival Section (SHSS), Volunteer and Combination Officers Section (VCOS), the Human Relations Committee, International Association of Women in Fire & EMS (iWomen) and others who've championed this cause and contributed to this toolkit.

  • Topics:
    • Featured Tools & Topics
    • Featured Home (IAFC)
    • Featured Safety & Health
    • Featured Department Administration
    • Featured Personnel
    • Wellness
    • Volunteer
    • Safety & Health
    • Safety
    • Human Resources
    • Human Relations
    • Health
  • Resource Type:
    • Guide/ toolkit/ template
  • Organizational Author:
    • IAFC

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