Workplace Sexual Violence Education + Resources

Workplace Sexual Violence Education

Human Resources, Health, Safety and Environment is working to offer education and awareness on workplace sexual violence in a variety of modalities. When sessions are offered, they are available for registration at the Learn Centre.

A number of free webinars can also be found online at Courage to Act


UAlberta Sexual Assault Centre

The University’s Sexual Assault Centre is accessible to all members of the University community and is a wealth of information and expertise. The centre provides drop-in crisis intervention support to survivors of sexual violence and their supporters, as well as comprehensive educational workshops for the campus community. The centre actively work towards creating a campus community free of sexual violence and operate from a feminist, anti-oppressive, intersectional, trauma-informed, and person-centered framework.

Helping Individuals at Risk 

Helping Individuals at Risk (HIAR) is a confidential, centralized resource for members of the campus community to report worrisome behaviours or concerns about individuals at risk of harming themselves or others.

Safe Disclosure and Human Rights 

The Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights provides confidential disclosure services as well as advising and consulting on any issue relating to Human Rights, Discrimination, Harassment and Accommodation issues.

Employee and Family Assistance Program 

The university has worked closely with the Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) program to ensure they maintain clinical experience and expertise with sexual violence so they are positioned to provide support to those impacted by sexual violence.

Available: Faculty and staff, hours a day, 7 days a week
Phone: 780-428-7587

University of Alberta Protective Services

University of Alberta Protective Services (UAPS) provides a positive university environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors through the prevention, intervention, and response to risks and emerging issues related to safety and security.

The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton
Support and Information Line
9 A.M. to 9 P.M., 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Phone:  780-423-412

Alberta's One Line
Alberta's One Line for sexual violence is a private toll-free phone, text, and chat service.

Available: 9 A.M.. to 9 P.M.., 7 days a week
Phone or Text: 1-866-403-8000

The Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre
The Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre provides phone and text support outside of these hours.

Phone or Text: 1-866-956-1099