These agencies can provide support to people in Victoria to address workplace sexual harassment. For more information about how they may be able to help you, contact the agency directly.
The agencies listed here can provide support to people in Victoria to address workplace sexual harassment. Select the name of the agency to learn more about how they can help you.
The national agencies can also provide support to people in Victoria.
- Making a sexual harassment complaint with an anti-discrimination or human rights body.
- Applying for a stop sexual harassment order (or a stop bullying and sexual harassment order), general protections, unlawful termination or unfair dismissal with the Fair Work Commission.
- Making an application with a state industrial relations body if you have been unfairly dismissed because of the workplace sexual harassment.
- Making a workers’ compensation claim with your employer or through a workers’ compensation organisation if the workplace sexual harassment has caused you physical or mental injury or illness.
- Reporting the workplace sexual harassment as a work health and safety (WHS) issue to a WHS regulator.
About the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is an independent organisation which assists Victorians to resolve discrimination complaints, including in respect of workplace sexual harassment.
Contact the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission for more information
- Website: Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 1300 292 153
- Physical address: Level 3, 204 Lygon Street, Carlton Vic 3053
- Speak and Listen users can phone the National Relay Service on 1300 555 727 and ask for 1300 292 153.
About WorkSafe Victoria
WorkSafe Victoria (WSV) is the WHS regulator in Victoria and is responsible for workers' compensation and the rehabilitation of injured workers in Victoria under the Accident Compensation Act 1985 (Vic) and the Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 (Vic). To ensure safer workplaces, WSV conducts inspections, campaigns, education programs, targeted interventions, guidance, warnings, enforcement and prosecutions.
Contact WorkSafe Victoria for more information