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WAC 357-34-110

Under what circumstances may the general government employer waive the required sexual harassment awareness and prevention training for a new employee?

General government employers may waive the sexual harassment awareness and prevention training or the managers' roles and responsibilities training required for a new employee if the employee can show proof of attending training given by another state agency, within the time frame that satisfies the requirements of this chapter.
If the sexual harassment awareness and prevention training is waived for a new employee the agency must review their sexual harassment policy with the new employee. The employee must take the next training within five years of completion of the sexual harassment awareness and prevention training or within three years of completion of the managers' roles and responsibilities training with their former state agency.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW. WSR 11-23-054, § 357-34-110, filed 11/10/11, effective 12/13/11; WSR 07-23-010, § 357-34-110, filed 11/8/07, effective 12/11/07.]
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