Monday, December 11, 2017
Contact Us  |  Help  |  Site Map
Welcome: Guest
Headlines: Loading...
Wildcard SSL Certificates
Safe and Respectful Workplaces Task Force
Safe and Respectful Workplaces Task Force

Committee members

Kirsten Alter
Karen Bassett
DeAnn deGruijter
Jane Heyman, co-chair
Aaron Hutton
Evan R. Klassen
Catriona Leger
Ian Leung, co-chair
Paul Welch
Zeph Williams

Staff liaisons

Kristian Clarke
Arden R. Ryshpan

Terms of Reference: Safe and Respectful Workplaces Task Force
(A) Product:
  • (i) To review Council's bylaws and policies, and make recommendations for updates relevant to the recommendations coming out of the Safe and Respectful Workplaces Survey.
  • (ii) To work jointly with staff to develop and assist in the implementation of Education and Awareness and Response recommendations assigned to Council.
  • (iii) To work jointly with staff as an advisory body as requested for the implementation of Education and Awareness and Response recommendations assigned to Staff.
(B) Authority:
  • (i) This Task Force has the authority to use $250 in financial resources for its own logistics. Additional funds will be made available for such outside assistance as the Task Force may deem necessary, following submission and approval of a reasonable budget to cover it.
  • (ii) This Task Force has the authority to access a reasonable number of staff person hours for its own logistics.
(C) Conditions:
  • (i) The Task Force will conduct its work in keeping with policy GP-7: Council Committee Principles.
  • (ii) Should specialized knowledge be needed, individual Equity members and external consultants will be approached to provide their input on an as-needed basis.
  • (iii) The Task Force will consult with as wide a range of members as possible in order to embrace diversity in its response(s).
(D) Timelines:
  • (i) The goal of the Task Force will be to address the recommendations outlined in the Safe and Respectful Workplaces Recommendations to Council document by the end of the 2015-18 term.
  • (ii) The Task Force will prepare regular progress reports (written and/or verbal) on its work at Council in-person meetings.
  • (iii) The Task Force will automatically dissolve upon the completion of the aforementioned assigned tasks or when the 2015-18 term reaches its conclusion.
Back to top
  Canadian Actors' Equity Association  •   2017  •  All rights reserved  •  Personal Information Policy  •  Disclaimer