Maryland Sexual Harassment Training Regulations
Who is required to receive training?
What must the training include?
- Federal and state laws on the prohibition of sexual harassment; best practices for prevention and correction; remedies and procedures available for victims.
- Supervisors must also be trained to respond to complaints and to create a workplace culture that doesn’t tolerate sexual harassment.
How often is training required?
Every two years.
Is there a time requirement?
Minimum two hours.
Where can I find the law?
State Office Information for Sexual Harassment Complaints and Investigations
To learn more about the compliant process or to file a complaint, visit the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights.
Maryland Commission on Civil Rights
6 Saint Paul Street, Suite 900
Baltimore, Maryland 21202-1631
Office: (410) 767-8600 (Español-marque el 2)
Roll Freee: 1 (800) 637-6247
Maryland Relay 7-1-1
FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OR WHO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE: Please contact the MCCR at (410) 767-8600 or email@example.com.
PARA INDIVIDUOS CON CONOCIMIENTO LIMITADO EN INGLÉS O QUE REQUIEREN ASISTENCIA ADICIONAL: comuníquese con el MCCR al (410) 767-8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SafetySkills Recommended Training
|Employee Group||Recommended SafetySkills Course(s)|
|Supervisory Employees||HRM-10.2 Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Managers|
|Non-Supervisory Employees||HRM-17.2 Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees|