OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
SPRING SESSION 2004
REPORT: BULLYING IN THE WORKPLACE
With a focus on military bullying and implementing a management control and monitor program to deal with this problem.
LAURA MCMILLAN - 2440982
PENNY HAYDEN - 2133799
Table of Contents
Title Page 1
Table of Contents 2
Introduction 4 - 6
Risk Management Plan 7
Establish a Context 8 - 12
Identify Risks 13 - 15
Analysis and Evaluation of Risks 16
Treat Risks 17 - 19
Monitoring 20 - 21
References 23 - 25
This report will take an in-depth look at the issue of bullying in the workplace, a growing problem in Australia and around the world that has significantly detrimental effects on the individual and on the organisation as a whole. It will take a focus on the issue of bullying in the military and address why this is a unique problem to any other type of workplace bullying, by studying why it is a breeding ground for bullying and what organisational factors give raise to bullying in military.
But by designing a risk management process, it will be shown how the military can implement a plan to deal with the problem of bullying and help prevent it from happening in the future.
Introduction (One year process)
"Those who can, do. Those who can't, bully" This is the slogan of a website called Bully OnLine, set up by the UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line, and is one of many agencies designed to raise the awareness or bullying in the workplace and for improving access to remedies. The prevalence of bullying in the workplace is astounding, a recent study by Queensland's Griffith University estimated that the total cost to business of workplace bullying and violence...