Providing easily accessible client-focused solutions is the key to eliminating workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities in the Public Safety sector.
Headed by Tanya Morose and a team of regional experts, Tanya and her team serve Ontario's Public Safety sector to provide occupational health and safety training and consulting services.
There are a number of high-hazard occupations in the Public Safety sector, including: emergency medical service workers, firefighters, corrections officers and police officers. Possible exposure to infectious diseases, MSDs, workplace violence and aggression, motor vehicle incidents, and the potential negative effects of shift work heighten the risk of occupational illnesses/injuries in Public Safety staff. The impact of occupational injuries and illnesses in the Public Safety sector can be minimized when employers take a proactive approach to health and safety.
PSHSA’s Public Safety unit has been serving Ontario for decades. With experienced instructors and proven training courses, we have made great strides in reducing and preventing occupational injuries and illnesses in the province’s Fire, Police and Paramedic Services.
Learn more about occupational health and safety in Fire, Police and Paramedic Services below.
It’s no secret: Emergency Medical Service workers face a number of risks every single day. Potential hazards such as motor vehicle incidents, exposure to infectious diseases...
PSHSA offers a unique two-day Fire Sector Specific Health & Safety Training Program to help assist fire services workers gain the knowledge and understanding of hazards.
Providing client-focused resources to address priorities and high hazard activities is the key to eliminating workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses in Police Services.
PTSD is a mental health condition caused by witnessing or experiencing actual or threatened death, serious injury or violence. Ontario has taken steps to address the harmful impacts of exposure to traumatic events on first responders, including the requirement for employers to develop PTSD Prevention Plans.
First responders are at least twice as likely to suffer from PTSD. There’s no need to suffer in silence. The help you need is here. Resources and services for the First Responder community.
Public Safety Courses
The impact of occupational injuries and illnesses can be minimized when employers take a proactive approach to health and safety. Check out the courses PSHSA offers for Emergency Services.
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