The BullyFreeBC Society is a provincially registered nonprofit agency
As of July 1, 2012 BC has new WorkSafeBC legislation that will address issues of workplace bullying and harassment. For more information visit our legislation page.
Mandate As stated in the Constitution, the purposes of the BullyFreeBC Society are:
a. to consult with various levels of government regarding anti-bullying legislation;
b. to assist government, companies and non-profit organizations to develop anti-bullying policies;
c. to educate the public about bullying;
d. to conduct research into bullying;
e. to work with other groups to carry out the above purposes.
Mission BullyFreeBC is dedicated to eliminating workplace bullying and harassment in BC
Vision Through partnerships and cooperation between diverse parties, British Columbia enjoys a competitive international advantage by maintaining safe, ethical and productive workplaces.
Values Respect. Responsibility. Honesty. Compassion. Fairness.
History BullyFreeBC began as a community-based initiative by organizations and individuals concerned about workplace bullying, which is also known as personal or psychological harassment. Participants first met in 2007 to assess the problem. Realizing the cost to people and productivity, the group decided further action was necessary through law reform and awareness [more...].
Board President Diane Rodgers
Vice-President & Treasurer Robyn Durling
Secretary Carol Macpherson
Members-at-large Tom Brown