May 7th, 2012
Ontario’s Government Pays Respect To Fallen Officers And Their Families
Premier Dalton McGuinty paid tribute on Sunday, May 6, at the annual Ceremony of Rememberance to Ontario police officers who lost their lives in service to the province.
Held annually on the first Sunday in May, this year’s ceremony included a Procession of Honour along Queen’s Park crescent to the memorial site. OPP Commissioner Chris Lewis, Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair, families of the deceased, members of police services and associations from across the country were also in attendance.
You can find out more about the officers honoured and this year’s ceremony here.
OHAO Forum – Workplace Fatigue: Occupational Hygienists Role in Preventing and Managing an Emerging Health & Safety Issue
Fanshawe College Summarizes the PSHSA WIN a Paid Internship #studentchallenge Contest
Working at heights training, certification training, basic occupational health and safety training. If you are someone who has ever read or seen these phrases before, chances are you are someone who has completed Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Awareness and Training.
PSHSA featured in June Issue of Ontario Building Officials Association Journal for JHSC Training
Article on Page 12.