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Saturday 17 September 2005: Bullying Awareness Seminar in St Michaels's College, Dublin 4. Time: 9.30am to 4.40pm. Cost 25 Euros. Ring (Dublin) 01 838 88 88 for details.
Monday 19 September 2005: next Workplace Bullying Workshop run by Justin Patten, Solicitor, of workplace-bullying.net.
Tuesday 4th October 2005: Workplace Bullying: Tackling the Menace: Costs, Consequences and Solutions for Businesses, Individuals and Organisations, The Burlington Hotel, Dublin 4. Workplace bullying (including management intimidation and corporate terrorism) costs Irish business billions of euro each year. Conference topics include defining the problem, the psychology of bullying, medical consequences, a case study, legislation and best practice for employers. Speakers include Ms Jacinta M Kitt, Dr Mark Harrold, Dr Paul Heslin, Padraig O'Ceidigh, Senator Mary E Henry and Ms Emer Gilvarry. Details at
Wednesday 12 October 2005: Bullying in the Workplace: an Abuse of Trust; a Denial of Justice, a one-day conference on workplace bullying and its consequences organised by DAWN (Dignity At Work Now) and supported by the Birmingham Branch, CIPD. Venue: Carrs Lane Church Centre, in central Birmingham, England. Speakers include: Professor Charlotte Rayner, University of Portsmouth, Professor Michael West, Aston Business School, a representative from Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Kate Brookes, Julie Fagan and Dr Dave Hinton. Further details, including fees, available on the DAWN website: http://www.dignityatworknow.org.uk , or from Keith Munday at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 07979732037. A number of concessionary places available. Please book by 1st October.
22-23 October 2005: American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) Oregon Chapter presents Issues in Nursing: Violence in the Workplace. Speakers: Dr Gerald Farrell RN PhD, Head Professor, Tasmania School of Nursing, Tasmania, Australia will be sharing his research and his work on horizontal violence in nursing and in health care; Mary Schoessler RN EdD, Portland, Oregon will be sharing her research and her work on a unique intervention to prevent horizontal violence and to decrease staff/career burnout.
Thursday 3 November 2005: Nursing Continuing Education Workshop Understanding Bullying & Mobbing, Prairiewoods Spirituality Center, 120 East Boyson Raod, Hiawatha, Iowa. Details from LorandHealth@yahoo.com.
Saturday 19 November 2005: Ensuring a Life-Work Balance, UK National Work-Stress Network 6th annual conference, Birmingham, England.
Next PTSD Workshops and courses by David Kinchin.
Wednesday 7 September 2005: Media Representation of Workplace Bullying, a talk by Dave Hinton followed by discussion at the September meeting of DAWN: http://www.dignityatworknow.org.uk
Monday 18 July 2005: I Power I, anti-bullying conference in London for young people including music, shows, presentations, special guests, workshops, Damilola Taylor Award, exhibitions, films and open mic sessions: http://www.bully.org
9-10 February 2005: Practical solutions to managing employee health, welfare & well-being. A conference on workplace bullying, stress, absenteeism etc organised by The Sunday Business Post and iQuest with sponsorship from BUPA Ireland. Speakers include Lyn Witheridge (Executive Director, Andrea Adams Trust), Joan Burton (Health Strategy Manager, IAPA, Canada's Industrial Accident Prevention Association), Professor Tom Cox (Director, Institute of Work, Health & Organisations at the University of Nottingham), Dr Peter Warnock (Senior Regional Physician, BUPA Wellness, Scotland and Northern Ireland) and others. Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford Road, Dublin 16.
Saturday 20 November 2004: UK National Work-Stress Network Annual Conference, Hillscourt Conference Centre, Rednal, Birmingham. Delegate fee £45 (unwaged £10). Speakers include Tom Mellish (TUC Health and Safety Officer), Steve Lee (HSE Stress Priority Programme), Warinder Juss and Simon Dewsbury (Thompson's Solicitors). More information from email@example.com
10-11th November 2004: Health in the Workplace, EurOhse200 Conference at the Royal National Hotel, Russell Square, London, UK
Saturday 16 October 2004: Exploring Roads to Recovery following Bullying in the Workplace, a seminar organised by DAWN at Carrs Lane Church Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX. Speakers include Linda Foxall (Patient Advice & Liaison Service PALS), Julie Fagan (Suspension in the NHS), Grace Filby (Designs for Wellbeing), Paul Marks (Depression Alliance), Ozzie ffield (DAWN). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 14th and Friday 15th October 2004: Workplace Mobbing Conference, Novotel, Creek Street, Brisbane, Australia. Speakers include Dr Kenneth Westhues, Dr Charmaine Hockley, Lt Colonel Lance Collins, Dr Jocelynne Scutt, Dr Brian Martin, Dr Betty McClellan.
Saturday 24th April, 2004: Opening the school gates, a one day seminar to be held in the Council Chambers, Inverness, Scotland. Organised by the Anti-Bullying Network, Scottish Schools Ethos Network and Children in Scotland. The single most effective thing that a school can do to eliminate bullying is to develop a whole school policy which involves all members of a school community including pupils, parents, teachers, non teaching staff and the wider community beyond the school gates. The key elements of a community approach are a shared understanding of bullying as a problem and a shared resolve to eliminate the problem. A whole community anti-bullying ethos encourages a shared responsibility and a willingness to report bullying incidents which might otherwise go unnoticed. Sign up online now!! You can find the link through the what's new section of the ABN site.
Saturday 15 May 2004: Second Annual DAWN Lecture with special guest speaker Professor Geoffrey Hunt, founder of Freedom to Care. Venue Carrs Lane Church Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX
Tuesday 13 January 2004: Snakes in Suits, When Psychopaths Go To Work, a talk by Professor Robert J Hare, author of Without conscience, the disturbing world sof the psychopaths among us, at at Cardiff University on : Snakes in Suits. Entry by ticket (free), download flyer from http://www.hare.org/talks/upcoming.html
30 October 2003: Real Solutions, Real People, Tackling Work-related Stress: an HSE conference on stress, The Millennium Conference Centre, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Harrington Gardens, Kensington, London SW7 4LH. Entry free. [Details]
8 October 2003: Voluntary Sector Conference: a one-day consultation on Work Related Stress for Managers, Volunteers, Employees and Trustees and presentation of proposed support services. Guest Speaker tba. 9.45am - 3.30pm, Liverpool Hope University College, Hope at Everton, 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool. Issues to be discussed: Interventions, Organisational well-being, Sector recruitment, Mediation/conflict-resolution, Counselling/rehabilitation, Organisational policies, Training, Sickness Absence, Work-life balance, Additional Activities. Information stalls, Shiatsu Indian Head Massage, Buffet. Live comedy performance. For further details & booking forms contact Rob Davis, Health @ Work, 21 North John St, 2nd Floor Melbourne Buildings Liverpool L2 5QU, Tel 0151 236 6608 Fax 0151 236 6625 email email@example.com
18 October 2003: Workplace bullying, stress and suicide: international conference 2003, Trinity College Dublin. Fee: £90. For more details tel (Dublin, Republic of Ireland) 608 3488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2-3 November 2003: The best years of our lives ... or are they? National Coalition Against Bullying (NCAB) conference on school bullying, Melbourne, Australia
18-20 November 2003: Work Trauma Foundation/DENOSA Gauteng International Conference on the management of psychosocial problems in the workplace. Email email@example.com for details.
9 May 2003: Enough is Enough, Issues and Solutions in Tackling Homophobic Violence, ORT House Conference Centre, Camden, London NW1
Tuesday 11 March 2003: The Employment Act 2002. Venue: The Marton Suite, The White Hart, Oxford Road, Swindon, England. 5pm for 5.30 start. Free!
Saturday 19th October 2002: following the setting-up of DAWN
- Dignity At Work Now (Anti-Bullying in the Workplace Support and Campaign
Group) in April 2002, we are pleased to be able to give further details of the
'Dignity at Work Seminar'. This is a joint venture with another recently formed
organisation, West Midlands Hazards Trust, with whom we have established close
links. Time: 9.45 am to 2 pm. Venue: T&GWU, Transport House, 211 Broad
Street, Birmingham, England.
The event has been organised as part of European Health & Safety Week, which on this occasion has stress as its main theme. The speakers are: David Harrison (Director of the Health & Safety Unit, University of Birmingham), Jeffry Zindani (Solicitor), Bill Rackham (TGWU Tutor), and Dr Will Walls (Educational Psychologist). Talks and discussion will consider the following issues:
What do we mean by Dignity at Work?
The Dignity at Work Bill
Bullying and stress
Tackling bullying and harassment at work
Employers' policies & trade union guidelines.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 25th October 2002 and Saturday 26th October 2002: workshops on bullying from Sheila Freeman Consulting in Melbourne, Australia.
23-24 September 2002: Conference on bullying and harassment at work, an academic conference in London organised jointly by Birkbeck, University of London and the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST).
Tuesday 14 May 2002: Handling and Preventing Bullying, a seminar organised by the West Midlands Local Government Association. Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. The day will commence with a keynote speech from Brian Summers, the Managing Director of Birmingham International Airport in which he will consider The cost of bullying to an organisation. This will be followed by Charlotte Rayner from Staffordshire University Business School who will address Dealing with Bullying - the effects on personnel staff, investigators and support staff. We then intend to have a group of actors playing out some of the complex issues faced by those experiencing and affected by bullying at work. The roleplays will be stopped at various points and a panel of experts, together with input from the audience, will offer their advice on the implications and how to manage them effectively. In the afternoon we intend to run three workshops namely Creating an Effective Policy, Bullying at Work - the Legal Issues and Counselling - is it Effective? The event is suitable for people working in both the public and private sectors. Cost: £130. Contact Garth Wood on 0121 678 1026 or email email@example.com
Wednesday 13th February 2002: Bullying at Work, Birmingham, England. A seminar for women looking at bullying in the workplace. Start time 10 am. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Birmingham Women's Advice & Information Centre on 0121 212 1881.
Tuesday 13 November 2001: Combating workplace violence, a
one-day seminar based on the International Association of Chiefs of Police
publication "Combating Workplace Violence- Guidelines for Employers and
Security Management Institute, Criminal Justice Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Robert J. Louden, PhD, Director, Criminal Justice Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Commander (retired) NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team
Edward D. Reuss, CAPTAIN, NYPD (retired), Member of International Association of Chiefs of Police
TIMOTHY O'NEILL, Crime Prevention Specialist, New York City Police Department
This seminar is a comprehensive presentation of "Combating Workplace Violence-Guidelines for Employers and Law Enforcement." These guidelines are the result of a commitment by the International Association of Chiefs of Police with the research and financial support of the Defense Personnel Security Research Center and Bureau of Justice Assistance.
The attack on America
The need for this seminar has become paramount with the recent attack on the World Trade Center here in New York City. We must prepare for the worst by training for violence in the workplace in all its forms. More details at www.nycop.com
February 2002: International Workplace Bullying Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. Click here for details.
Friday 26 January 2001: Combating Workplace
Violence, a one-day seminar (9am-4pm) based on the International Association of
Chiefs of Police publication "Combating Workplace Violence- Guidelines for Employers
and Law Enforcement". Presented by: Security Management Institute, Criminal Justice
Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Cost: US$125. Venue: John Jay College
(mid-town Manhattan location). Speakers: Robert J. Louden, PhD, Director, Criminal Justice
Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Commander (retired) NYPD Hostage Negotiation
Team; Herbert A. Johnson, Associate Director, Criminal Justice Center, John Jay College of
Criminal Justice; and Captain Edward D. Reuss,
New York City Police Department (retired), Member of International Association of Chiefs
of Police, Publisher NY COP ONLINE MAGAZINE
GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS & LAW ENFORCEMENT
Pre-Incident Violence Prevention and Preparation
Addressing Violent or Threatening Incidents
Managing the Aftermath of an Incident
Legal Obligations and Duties of Employers
WHY A SEMINAR ON VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE?
Bill #A03734 NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY: (other States are considering similar legislation)
Proposed legislation that would require employers (50 plus employee) to develop and implement programs to prevent WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
Wording of the Bill: "Workplace violence presents a serious occupational safety hazard for workers, but many EMPLOYERS and workers may be unaware of the risk. Moreover, the hazard of workplace violence is NOT currently addressed by any specific federal or state regulation".
Proposed amendment would create new section 200-A of the Labor Law
It would require said employers to develop and implement a WRITTEN WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM including a reporting system of incidents of aggressive behavior
This SEMINAR will make employers AWARE of and PROVIDE a program pursuant to the guidelines of the International Association of Chiefs of Police for dealing with workplace violence. These guidelines dovetail with the proposed legislation. Successful application of these guidelines may well serve to attenuate civil liability in future incidents of workplace violence.
Registration: Security Management Institute, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 899 Tenth Avenue, Suite 636T, New York, NY 10019-1029, USA. Tel 212-237-8638, fax 212-237-8637.
Monday 16-Tuesday 17 October 2000: Workplace Bullying - Unacceptable Behaviour, Bullying Conference, Anti-discrimination Commission, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Covers bullying in schools and workplaces. Includes definitions; workplace culture and patterns and practices promoting bullying; Australian and international legislation; the costs and effects of bullying; positive ways to ameliorate and end all forms of bullying and harassment. Contact telephone + 61 (3) 622 44905, fax + 61 (3) 622 43791, Email Antidiscrimination@justice.tas.gov.au. All expressions of interest are welcome.
London, Tuesday 30 November 1999: Andrea Adams Trust
conference Combating Workplace Bullying at Cinema 1, The Barbican.
09:00 Coffee and registration
09:30 Welcome by Edward Dimbylow, Managing Editor, Personnel Today
09:35 Video message from Sir John Harvey-Jones MBE
09:50 Opening remarks from the morning chairman: Neil Crawford (Tavistock Clinic)
10:00 Dignity at work, Chris Ball (MSF)
10:30 Bullying unveiled, Lyn Witheridge (Chief Executive, Andrea Adams Trust)
11:30 Bullying in perspective - an overview, Tom Mellish (Health & Safety Policy Officer, TUC)
12:10 Violence in the workplace, Graham Pykett (Senior Policy Adviser, CBI)
13:45 Opening remarks from the afternoon chairman: Peter Mead (Joint Chairman, Abbot Mead Vickers BBDO)
14:00 Conference address by Minister of State Ian McCartney
14:30 The legal position, Paul Spencer (Barrister, Cloisters Chambers)
15:00 Investigating a bullying complaint, Surinder Sharme (Corporate Equal Opportunities Manager, Littlewoods Home Shopping Group)
15:45 Taking action: developing a strategy, Andrew Forrest (Director of Personnel, Industrial Society)
16:45 Chairman's closing remarks - Peter Mead: "Fear does not motivate: it paralyses"
17:00 Conference close
Delegate fee £299. To book a place call Val Wallace on 01273 704900, or fax 01273 704900, or write to The Andrea Adams Trust, Maritime House, Basin Road North, Hove, East Sussex BN41 1WA
Wednesday 14 June-Thursday 15 June 2000: The International
Harassment Network Annual Conference at the University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, Lancashire, UK. Speakers include:
Helge Hoel, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) on his latest research with Professor Cary Cooper on workplace bullying
Dennis Farrington, Stirling University, on The Impact of The Human Rights Act 1998
Mike Collins, NHS Executive, on Combating Racial Harassment
Full programme is being finalised. Fees: both days £265 and one day £145 sterling + VAT @ 17.5 %. Discounts for members and for early payment. Copies of the Annual Conference Proceedings for 1998 and 1999 available at the discounted price of £10.00 + £2.00 postage overseas. Both these include work on bullying.
Meet fellow professionals and hear of progress in policy development etc. New members welcome. Contact: Vicki Merchant, Chair, International Harassment Network, 19 The Bull Ring, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 1AA, UK, Tel +44 (0)1584 877700 Fax: +44 (0) 1584 874400.
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